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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Thos. Flynn, 4918 S. Dearborn st,
struck by street car. Dead.
; vvusningion dunes, negiu siayci ui
i Elsworth Dickson, 45 W. 18th st,
i sentenced to 50 yrs. in prison.
mrs. m. ur-unnsiensen, with oi
member Chicago'police dep't, inherit
ed $150,000 yesterday. Christensen
will stay on job.
Ufllliom Ronnmrrfnn "3109 Ai Aar,-
son blvd., a clerk, suicided. Gas.
Miss Sarah Coleman, 31 S. Des
Plaines st, was found unconscious
tw on sidewalk at Madison and Des
Plaines sts. Taken to Bridewell Hos
pital. he died of heart disease as current
wasn't strong enough to kill.
Mrs. Esther Green and daughter
Agnes, 3906 Greenshaw st, badly
crushed against wagon by auto of H.
R. Adams, attorney. Skidded at
Dearborn and Adams sts.
John R. Bowman, pres. of Bowman
Dairy Co., announced yesterday that
company would not raise price of
milk even though a higher price was
paid to producers.
Hans Nielson, 2547 W. North av.,
driver of auto truck which killed Mrs.
Louis Stark, 2060 N. Kostner av., held
to grand jury on charge of man
slaughter. Edward Henry, member of Egg
Candlers Union, testified in Perfec
tion Egg Co.'s case yesterday that
he had found only 417 good eggs out
of 2,114, which he had tested.
Louis C. Thompson, whose auto
joiiea utto uauiia while he was
alighting from street car, held to
grand jury on charge of murder.
John Zmudzinski, 8739 Euston av.,
third victim of "mushroom" feast.
-Walter J. Rauh, who was separat
ed, from his wife four months ago,
shot and killed her at 8235 S. Halsted
Bt. Arrested. -
Frank Jeramenous, 1312 S. 49th
av., threw glass from broken door in
to back yard. Wife pushed him off
porch. Badly cut and bled to death.
George Matthews, Cleveland, O.,
gazing at Board of Trade Bldg. Run
down by patrol wagon. Badly bruised.
Bankruptcy petition filed against
J. W. Duntley, inventor of vacuum
cleaner, dismissed by Judge Landis.
Government's suit against sani
tary district, accused of using exces
sive amount of water from lake, to be
tried Nov. 5.
Fire on sixth story of building at
23 E. Lake st Believed started in
plumbing establishment of E. Bag
got Co. Small loss.
September grand jury sworn in by
Safeblowers started a job in Lena,
HI., postofflce, but left safe fixed with
Mrs. Thos. Mattair, 6637 Evans
av., laughed at husband "because
court ordered him to support her.
Chased her out of house ' again.
House of Isadore Phillips, 4357
Greenwood av. .robbed of two gold
Sam Marks, Chinaman, owner of
laundry at 7051 S. Halsted st, beaten
on head with flatiron. Robber took $5.
Home of Chas. H. Sholle, 5485 E.
End av., ransacked. Small loss.
Joker who telephoned false alarm
Skylight robbers looted safe in E.
L. Simons' grocery store, 323 W. 35th
st Got $515.
Herman Heller, 1448 Hastings st.,
had backache. Used alcohol. Held
candle too near. Badly burned.
Flat of Mrs. Helen Allen, 2830
North Clark st, entered. Jewelry
and clothing taken. Negro arrested.
Louis Franks, 5957 S. Marshfield
av., suicided by rope. Despondent.
Unable to break self of drink habit.
Judge Fisher released Joseph Shep
ler, 1442 Cleaver st., from Bridewell
and told him to get married within
Emmet Vail, 9, 5931 Wentworth
av., took $70 from cash register in