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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Wm. Rosenbaum stuck head out off
Window of Metropolitan "L." New
Panama gone. Toung boy suspected
of grabbing it.
Adolph Rappr 652109 Evergreen
av., suicided. Gun. Illness.
Wm. Shields, 18, 867 Sedgwick av.,
arrested by policewoman after fight.
Max Cohen, 1267 Marion st., up for
taking red-hot stove. Discharged.
128 steel cars to be placed on "L"
roads in July,
George Weston, city's member
board of supervising engineers, oust
ed by mayor, refuses to quit until
Ording's jewelry store, 1736 W.
12th st,, held up by two young men.
Tray of diamonds gone.
Policeman Carney denies $66,000
United Police fund was slush fund.
$5,000,000 sand and gravel combine
formed. Selling agencies of five big
corporations consolidated. Dally out
put 250 cars.
County's plan for 300 miles of
country roads hit barrier. State aid
may be denied sections of roads with
in cities and villages.
Three $10,000 suits filed against
park board by administrators of es
tate of John A- Detlefson. Man
drowned in Jackson Park lagoon,
Death demanded for Richard
Schultz, slayer of Mrs. Healy. De
Sex control impossible; theories of
fered worthless, says Prof. Wm. I.
Tower, University of Chicago.
Gov. Martin Glynn of New York
and William Randolph Hearst due to
day. Investigating fire prevention.
Mrs. Augusta Kaunkel, 5004 Krue-
ger av., killed by C. & N. W. freight
Two jurors accepted in Petras mur
Nine autos stolen in 12 hours. 103
since June 1. 75 per cent of ma
Frank Czod's saloon, 1300 Cornell
st., raided at 2 a. m. Saloonkeeper
and two young girls held. Bartender
Fred Eytl slipped from gangplank
at Chicago Shipbuilding dock. Dead.
Wm. Rentner, 2101 W. Chicago,
fined $50; Former Aid. Bewersdorf,
2101 S. Western, $15, and J. A. Fisher,
3700 W. 26th st, $15. Baseball pools.
Judge Foell refused to appoint pre
liminary receiver for Rosehill Ceme
tery. Ralph Gohr, 3, 2505 W. Superior
st, killed by pile of lumber falling on
Coroner investigating cause of
death of Charles Skinner at Bride
well Hospital. Brought there suf
fering from delirium tremens. "
Infant .son of Louis Hungerholz,
Glenview, HI., killed by C, M. & St
Howard Thompson, 9, 14 E. 56th
st, hit by auto. Badly bruised.
Mrs. Lois Kennedy, Oak Park, al
leged keeper of "baby farm," held to
grand jury under $1,000 bond. Charg
ed with contributing to dependency
of 15 babies.
Stanley Wojcichowski, 1354 In
gram st, spat in mother's face. Fined
$200 and costs.
"To much preaching and too little
teaching," said Bishop Anderson at
International Sunday School conven
tion. Admission of Mormons and Chris
tion Scientists to International Sun
day School Ass'n opposed at meeting
of executive committee.
Women opposed to special movies
for adults. Claim places would need
policing to keep children out
Wilbur Glenn Voiiva, Zion City, to
open church in Chicago.
Dr. Wm. Sensibaugh, 664 Bucking
ham pi., evangelist, became detective.
Wife wants divorce. Claims hubby is
too friendly with Edith Meyers, 19.
John C. Robinson, 79 W. Monroe
st, sued for $125,000 by Robert