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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Police seeking Ernest Payne, Geo.
Baker, Ernest Shernell and Andrew
Pearson. Men escaped from Geneva
Lestor Jewelry Co., 504 S. State st,
looted. $1,500 stuftjaken.
Gov. Glynn of N. Y. inspecting fac
tories. Mayor -will give luncheon to
party at LaSalle Hotel.
F. Bender, 22, 3126 Eddy st, rob
Nathaniel Jones, colored, stopped
by 3 men. Lost $17.
E. K. Mohr urged sex teaching at
Sunday school convention. Says si
lence is criminal.
Mr. W. W. Duncan, Bradley Hotel,
reported $1,600 gems missing.
Daniel Murphy, 42, 4655 Kenmore
av., arrested. $1,500 tapestry missed
at Marshall Field's six weeks ago re
covered. Edward Adams, 7, tagged and ship
ped to Los Angeles, Cal. Visit grand
mother. Girls discontented and leaving
farms, says officers of Travelers' Aid
Society. 5,000 came here hist year.
William McKinley, speaker III.
house of representatives, announced
candidacy for Democratic nomina
tion for judge of Probate Court
Montis Butler held to grand jury
under $5,000 bond. Robbery.
42 Proviso grade crossings inspect
ed by coroner. Changes ordered in
more than half of them.
Graduation exercises of 22 high
schools tomorrow, 3,641 diplomas
will be presented.
Partington Apartments, Irving
Park blvd., sold for $1,000,000.
Forced vacations on big railroads.
Men forced to take 4 days a month
without pay. Two weeks' vacation
with pay for conductors on Pennsyl
Philip Lang, 1750 N. Fairfield av.,
swallowed poison June 16. Dead.
Wm. R. Fosberg, defunct boy
banker, arraigned for using mails to
. defraud. .
Anna Christensen, 4, 1818 N. Craw
ford av., killed by auto. Geo. Pate,
4317 N. Kostner av., driver.
Worshipers in Temple Anshe Kra
vai, 1002 Maxwell st, routed by fire.
Sunday school verse called trash at
Sunday school convention. Negro and
temperance considered at yesterday's
Lowrie McClurg, Winnetka, mem
ber of A. C. McClurg & Co., dead.
President McCormick vetoed pay
ment of bills incurred entertaining
witnesses of state. '
Police slush fund' used to pay for
dinners, says Wm. Stine.
Twenty-three fire alarms turned in
in half hour during yesterday's storm.
Dogs bit 12 Wednesday. Two dogs
Man believed to be "Julian Kup
puwski" died from heat
Building, Archer and State, hit by
lightning. Loss $8,000.
Lightning fired 178 N. State st
Fuse blew out on Halsted st car.
25 passengers panic-stricken.
$50,000 damage suit filed by Miss
Pearl Bliss against Rodney H. Bran
don. Peter Fergona killed and Patricfc
Gillespie seriously injured at Diver
sey station N. W. "L." Hit by ex
press train while doing repair work.
23 arrested and 500 more warrants
may be issued in Worth and Maine
townships war on 'T)lind pigs." Own
ers of resorts released on $&00 bonds.
Eva Rose Miller, 5, 4429 Calumet
av., became wedged between two
buildings playing hide, and seek. Re
leased by firemen.
Firearms bureau may open today.
Gun permits obtained in first deputy
of police's office. '
Max Erxelben, prison guard Joliet,
is "Larry Evans," author of "Once
to Every Man."
School board passed $12,428,049
budget Building-appropriation $5,?