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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:24; sunset. 6:21.
Three families aided to safety by
policemen when fire attacked build
ing at 844 Holt Damage $500.
State Senator Henry Austin, Oak
Park, to sue State Auditor Brady
and Former Treasurer Ryan for ex
pense of recount.
Mrs. Ida Stephenson, 2207 Wash
burne av., found baby in hall -when
about to start for polls. Orphan asy
lum. Cap't Stephen Wood, Irving Park
police station, and Cap't Barney
Baer," Maxwell st, changed stations
Mrs. Mary Maita, 45, 1160 Hick
ory st, locked up when Anthony
Wykrato, 901 Orleans, suicided after
being found by wife in her house.
Boar dof Trade closed today. Le
April grand jury impaneled. Frank
Baackes, vice pres. of Am. Steel &
Wire Co., foreman.
Thomas Magrane asks for writ of
mandamus in court to compel city to
reinstate him as sergeant on police
Ed Axmus, 9956 Commercial av.,
returned home from wanderings to
find wife was mourning him as dead.
Had .her arrested for courting other
H. E. Lubbinga, 4841 Forrestville
av., druggist, dead. Heart disease.
S. Sermizsko and Michael Jovow
ski had fight. Sermizsko passed self
off as doctor on Jovowski's landlady.
Mrs. Elizabeth Kossow, 1334 Heath
av., died at County hospital. Had at
tempted to suicide with gas. Ill health.
Fire Att'y Murray asked police to
get after pyromaniac who set dozen
Sam Soders, 550 W. Polk, shot b,y
unidentified man with sawed-off shot
gun at Polk and Clinton.
Three creditors filed petition of in
voluntary bankruptcy against Meccia
& Mannp's private bank, 515 W. Oak.
Matthew Cullen, saloonkeeper,
2554 Milwaukee av., arrested and
fined for inpersonating officer. Got
alleged buralar out on false bond and
arrested innocent man, is charge.
Ray Walton, 10, Evanston, bitten
Restaurant of Peter Granias, 3913'
Broadway, held up by 3 auto bandits.
Aid. Nance to introduce ordiannce
to compel property owners to keep
roofs of buildings clean.
City experts say waste amounts to
300 gallons of water to each citizen
Mrs. L. Burgess ran down George
Rockwell, 60, with auto. Badly hurt.
Chas. Blackman, bachelor- and
shirtmaker, married to his nurse,
Laura Brown. Ages 66 and 47.
Two robbers took $14 and 6 boxes
of chocolates when they held up
Chas. Seaman, druggist, 836 N.
Crawford av., last night.
Earl Lanctot, 13, 3110 W. 38th,
dead. Stepped from car in front of
Sam Blauselder, dead.. Knocked
down by auto Sunday.
Prominent firms, members of Nat'l
Ass'n of Makers to protest against
discriminate use of "Made in TJ. S."
Otto Vach, 107 S. Ashland av., run
down by auto. Driver escaped.
John Lidgen, 6, 1709 Irving Park
blvd., died of injuries. Hit by motor
cycle. Driver escaped.
John Dorsewzi, bitten ;J2 times
when he went to feed dog owned by
Doffendorfer & Co., read estate, 610
S. Kedzie av.
Mrs. Bessie Bierman, 1008 Leland
av., invited man who annoyed her by
calling up every night through speak
ing tube, to flat. Threatened him
with revolver and called police.
Mayor refused to O. K. "Twilight
J. B. Roti's wholesale market at
920 W. Grand av. wrecked by bomb