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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Two thieves sneaked into offices of
Apparel Mfg. Co., 215 W. Schffler.
Got $1,033 payroll as loot.
Harry Belser, 7123 Eberhardt av.,
found dead from gas. Just lost job.
Coroner investigating death of Al
bert Kirchwehm, 1774 Montrose av.,
ill after taking headache powders.
Government gaugers in offices of
internal revenue collector protest
discharge of 27 men in Chicago.
Mrs. Eleanor Black, witness in the
murder of her son, vanished when
trial was called in Judge Petit's court.
Coroner investigating death of
3-months'-old baby left in care of
Mary Grueling, 3045 N. Sarak av.
David Einstein, 5211 Indiana av.,
may die. Slashed in fight with P. D.
McBride, 4805 Sheridan rd., over law
suit. Dr. Merritt O. Hoover, 1342 N.
Rockwell, fined $100 for driving auto
while intoxicated. Also assessed $50
r Aurora police quizizng Burrell Bil-'
lig, Madison, Wis., to determine his
whereabouts on night of Emma Pe
Michael Sheridan, sec'y board of
assessors, warned public against
fraud agents working for "Assessors'
Unidentified man shot by Police
man Troughton of Chicago av. sta
tion after attempt to enter drug store
at 516 Rush st.
John F. O'Malley, Sullivan leader,
21st -Ward, filed $150,000 libel suit
against Jas. Pugh, campaign man
ager for Wm. H. Thompson.
Charles Wright, Evanston, killed,
and two companions hurt when auto
truck hit tree at Bennet av. and Har
Chief Jas. Ward of 15th Batallion
hurt when auto hit machine of Frank
Prosvic, 4024 W. 22d, while on way
Philip Smith, 2015 W. Haddon av.,
clerk, fractured skull when motorcy-
Sunrise, 5:34; sunset, 6:14.
Meeting of teachers and clubwom
en in school board rooms approved of
compulsory education to age of 16.
Warrant out for Neil Carson and
"Wm. Reynolds. Mrs. Mercedes Ful
lenwlder says they stole jewelry after
Government seeking to extradite
E. Wakefield and John Bingham,
wanted .for bank robbery in New
Westminster, B. C.
Fire in Nu Sigma Nu frat house of
Rush Medical college, 200 S. Ashland
av., caused $2,000 damage. Students
Humboldt, Garfield and Douglas
parks to have small farms. To show
public what can be grown on little
Ben Harris and Charles Kennedy
held by Englewood police. Suspected
in recent robberies.
Fire att'y investigating blaze in sa
loon of Anthony Kochielniak, 4340 S.
Ashland av. Damage $1,000.
Miss Nina Jenson, 669 Englewood
av., freed by Judge Wade. Arrested
after suicide attempt by gas.
Dr. Frank Holyt, ass't sup't Boston
City hospital, elected sup't Michael
Two elevators in Monadnock block
put out of service by small fire in
conduit shaft. Little damage.
"Direct Selling by Mail," topic of
Willard Simmins before young folks
in Advertising ass'n offices.
Plea for passage of bond issue for
new police station sites made by Ass't
Chief Police Schuettler.
Willy H. Lau, lighting fixture de
signer, 54 E. Lake, bankrupt. Assets
$47,170. Liabilities $49,434.
Rudolph Zechlin, 4653 N. Harding
av., suicide. Gas. Ill health.
Joe Lamp, owner Chinese laundry,
425 S. Clark, treated by doctor at S.
Clark st station. Ate "April fool"
Carl Schacht, 80, 5017 S. Halsted,
suicide. Rope. No motive known.