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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:41; sunset, 5:10.
. Stephen Stec, young Kenosha boy,
still living with bullet in brain. Re
fused to tell on brother who shot him.
Mrs. Lindsey. Woodward suing
'msband for divorce. Charges intox
cation. General passenger offices of Union
Pacific railroad to be transferred to
Chicago from Omaha and other
River Forest cow gave birth to
Mrs. David Goldberg, 5025 Michi
gan av., went to movies. Home en
tered. $3,500 worth of gems taken.
Patrick Condon, 70, city mason in
spector, died in 63d st. car. Supposed
Mrs. Neelie Whalen died from
burns received when furnace explod
ed. Physician not allowed to give
medical aid asks investigation.
Police trying to find kin of Robert
3turned who dropped dead in saloon,
115 E. 11th.
Boys armed with cap pistols battle
at Blackstone av. and 63d st. yester
day. Police called. Armies escaped.
George Mason arrested. Brought
to night court. Thought he was
model. Undressed in bullpen.
W. H. McCullough, River Forest,
refused to pay 20 per cent penalty
added to water bill. To start suit if
water is shut off.
Mrs. L. Z. Meder, comm'r public
welfare, to ask that Mrs. Marion
Brockington, who attacked her, be
examined for sanity.
Public utilities com'n granted Rock
Island railroad permission to file ap
plication to issue refunding bonds to
amount to $1,494,000.
Police looking for man said to be
partner of Indiana saloonkeeper who
swindle dltalian laborers by running
fake employment agency.
Judge Prindiville dismissed suit
of. Dora. Cohen,, milliner,, against
Mark Gordon, insurance agent.
Wants to collect fire insurance.
Coroner asked to investigate death
of Mrs. Bertha Loftus. 5903 Lafayette
av in Mercy hospital. Cause un
known. Dominick Francisco, employe of
Pneumatic Tube Co., jailed for rifling
mails. Confessed, authorities say.
Wm. Plamondon, 4512 S. Union,
arrested when Mrs. L. M. Brown,
2249 W. Adams, said he took wedding
ring after proposing marriage.
Bertha Steinhart, Vincennes hotel,
reported that negro had stolen purse
with $450 in jewels.
Wm. Scannell, owner of iron foun
dry at Western and Austin avs., held
to grand jury on serious charges of
Frank Briton and Harold Carlson,
farm hands for Mark Morton, eccen
tric millionaire of Wheaton, got judg
ment for wages due.
G. P. Sust, 4602 S. Morgan, brought
from San Francisco on embezzlement
charge of Forest Glen Milk Co.
Building committee of city coun
cil asked to investigate story that
$1,000,000 was raised to defeat exten
sion of fire limits.
Sons of American Revolution
asked Gov. Dunne to order flags at
halfmast April 15, semi-centennial of
Fred White, clerk for Quaker Oats
Co., who was killed by 17-floor
plunge from Railway Exchange bldg.,
was not drugged, coroner's report.
Charles B. Munday and Henry Hut
ting, officers of La Salle St. Bank,
plead not guilty before Judge Carpen
ter of misuse of bank funds.
Mrs. L. S. Van Keuren, who was
acquitted of murder of husband, sued
by sister for half of $100,000 estate
left by father. v
Lawyers' Ass'n of III. filed petition
asking that jury commissioners be
compelled to obey law. Say some
trades are never represented on
Ten members of "Hob-Nob" club,
3350 Rhodes av., freed on charge of