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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Morris Levy, butcher, 812 W. 14th
St., arrested for selling cigarettes
Michael Yona, 1437 W. 12th St.,
rug peddler, attacked and beaten by
two men at Desplaines and Polk sts.
Edward Turek, 2128 S. Kedzie av.,
shot by rat hunters while standing
on Burlington tracks at Sawyer av.
Bonifasio Delpater, 28, stabbed
four times, in saloon brawl. Dead.
Police seeking Vesirrimio Garicia for
murder All railroad laborers.
Fire did $100,000 damage to St
Jarlath's church last night. Rev. J. A.
Fleming, pastor, saved articles on al
tar. Annual rush by Northwestern so
phomores against freshman called off
yesterday afternoon when squad of
Two babies have been abandoned
by different couples in the rooming
house of William Howlett, 646 N. La
Salle st, in past week. Both taken
to St. Vincent's Infant Asylum.
Grieved over the death of husband,
Mrs. Alice Chaffee, 52, 6331 Kim
bark av., suicided.
Ludwig Vingies, 2336 W. 24th st,
shot by three men at patrol box at
24th st. and Western av. Mistaken
for detective? He'll live.
Death of Edith Neuman, 3617 Wa
bash av., to be investigated. Autop
sy to be performed.
Thousands of people in Chicago
were star-gazing last night. Look
ing for Dalavan's comet, which was
visible in evening.
Joseph Neirton, janitor, 812 S. Ash
land av., struck Tony Cogacazra, 6,
641 S. Laflin St., on head with ham
mer for making noise. Neuton ar
rested. Central Trust Co. appointed re
ceiver for American Efficiency Sur
vey of Motor Car Unites. Assets un
known. Liabilities $60,000. Involupn
Directors of Chicago Public Li
brary discussed opening of new read
ing rooms and enlargement of deliv
Jem Jim, Chinese, on trial for pre
paring opium for smoking. Penalty
of $10,000 or 5 years or both.
F. R. Hill, 2301 S. LaSalle st,
struck by State st. car at Randolph
st. Conclusion of brain. Hospital.
Mrs. Harry Landfield, milliner,
3328 W. 12th st, allowed young wo
man to use phone in rear of store.
Girl and articles worth $25 gone.
Funkhouser to pass on suffrage
picture called "Your Girl and Mine"
in City Hall this afternoon.
Joseph Smith, 14, 2224 W. 24th st,
struck by auto of K. Jyrch, 1916 Pul
lerton av., at Adams and Dearborn
Chicago Lodge of Elks start to
ward membership of 3,000. Smoker
and entertainment given at Hotel
Sherman last night.
Mrs. M. Gill, 215 S. Lincoln st,
bruised when struck by auto driven
by L. Middleton, Forest Park, at
Madison and Market sts.
Joliet police found suitcase full of
silverware belonging to Hotel LaSalle
in home of G. Nircher, former em
ploye. Arrested. Hotel never missed
Motorcycle cops to be stationed at
principal stations to help in hurry
up burglar calls.
Thorwald Hensen escaped from
Kankakee month ago. Caught.
Stanley Ezerski, 3, 3320 Auburn
av., run over by garbage wagon in
front of home. Killed. Fred Brendt,
William Steffen, grocer, 5518 Went
worth av., dead. Blood poisoning.
Pitching hay. Fork entered head.
Anna Jaflafsky, 1114 Center st,
died after husband had given her
medicine. Coroner investigating.
Mrs. Rosie Yockamaditz, 526 De
Koven St., confessed to police that
she placed body of dead baby in base-