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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Chicago schools will open Sept. 8.
Delay of teachers in Europe will not
seriously affect them.
Frederick Steinberg, former presi
dent of SteinbergTailoring Co., filed
Blazing grease caused excitement
in States Restaurant this morning.
Much smoke. Little damage.
Arthur Lisely, 3010 Federal St., kill
ed, two others seriously hurt when
scaffold broke at 3726 Cottage Grove
av. All negroes.
Unidentified ma ndropped dead in
front of 912 W. Randolph st. Sup
posed to have been a peddler.
Bandit held up and shot at Jacob
Lee in store at 200 W. 13th st Got
Margaret Kuth, 64, 1756 Mohawk
St., dead. Burned Aug. 5 extinguish
Folhs Marshall, 1806 Meadow st.,
fined $25 for assault on car conduc-pviolation of 1 o'clock closing or
tor with knife.
Albert Hahn, 4443 Montrose av.,
chased burglar. Stabbed with screw
driver. Wm. Chlsols, 3751 N. Whip
ple st, caught by police.
John Turio, wanted by Hoyne in
vice quiz, reported captured in New
Steamer Helena of Armour Grain
Co. sunk in river Tuesday. $3,500
bushels of wheat went down. Will be
Several appeared before board of
review to gain reduction in taxes.
Helen Cruner held in Denver.
George Leyman found unconscious in
her apartments, suffering from poi
son. Both of Chicago.
Dominik Lavery, 76, 19131 D. Ad
ams' st, missing. Not seen since April.
Mrs. Hattie Baacke, 6412 S. Car
penter st, suing for divorce. Cruelty.
W. C. Niblack, receiver for LaSalle
Bank, may be appointed postmaster
to succeed Campbell.
Room in Hotel Del Prado, 59th st
and Blackstone' av., entered yester
day. Thief got $1,800.
Policemen responded quickly to
Chief Gleason's request for 25 cents
each for widow of Officer Rowe, slain
by "L" bandits. May raise $1,000.
Louis Schmoker, 12, 1217 N. Clare
mont av., hit by auto truck. Thrown
on car track. Run over. Killed.
Coroner's Jury jn death of George
Damon, 15, 2626 S. Carpenter st,
recommended that Henry Siese, 1006
N. State st, be prohibited from driv
ing car which killed boy.
George -Seaverns, Jr., member of
Onwentsia polo team, broke leg in
Body of well-dressed man taken
from lake at 73d st. Bank book of
Union Trust Co. numbered 102,208 on
Boy's clothes found in locker at
Wilson Beach. May be drowned.
Gleason intends to prosecute own
ers of Freiberg's dance hall. Charge
American Poultry Ass'n conven
tion gave out rules for perfect
chicken. Must have short legs.
Chas. Pilles, 2020 Fremont st, sui
cide. Gas. Despondent over illness.
Stanley Renka, 1419 E. 91st st., ex
pected to marry Veroinca Archoki,
8834 Muskegon av. Gave her $170 to
save. Girl spent money on clothes.
James B. Hobbs, former president
of Board of Trade, reported dying in
Sons of Mrs. Tekla Norwich took
her from poorhouse. Own $80,000 in
real estate. County agent complained.
Mrs. Blanche Murphy, 2019 W.
Harrison st, on trial for murder of
husband, may get verdict today.
Says shot by accident
Passing autos and boys with air
guns may drive the Wallace Evans
game preserve from River Forest to
Paul Vitek, 2248 W. Ohio st, in
surance agent, arrested for burglary.
Alleged to have entered home of Kaz-