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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:17; sunset, 6:25.
Clarence McMurray tried to escape
from Bridewell. Caught Had drawn.
6 mo; sentence for vagrancy.
Arthur Quinn, son of 21st ward
boss, fined $5. Speeding.
William Joyce, 2800 Archer av.,
stone mason, dead. Fractured skull.
Mrs. Ida Ruetter, S. Chi., dead.
Grieved over husband's death. Killed
bytrain 4 months ago.
George Walsh, 3115 S. Ridgeway
av., hurt. Motorcycle ran into wagon.
, Otto Link, 4628 Cottage Grove av.,
arrested on complaint of girl. Says
he annoyed her. Refused to tell her
William Weibolt, 60, grocer, beaten
in store by 2 negrpes.. Police probing.
Charles Heide, 3312 Osgood, fined
$iu ana costs. .Beat ageu mower.
Steven Kornienko arrested in N. Y.
while boarding boat for Italy. Dr. W.
J, Sieminowicz, 4105 N. Avers av.,
lost $2,35Q in jewelry.
Wm Greve, 5123 N. Ashland av.,
fined $10. Speeding on cycle. First
time on machine.
Spyros Papaslrides, 22, 1445 W.
Taylor, and wife frfeed on charge of
stealing her father's trunk. .
Mrs. Margaret White, 121 Ada,
dead. Gas. Reason unknown.
Seven janitors arrested in raid on
Janitors' Social Club, 4624 Clifton av.
Auto of C. J. Garrison, 549 Rush,
started off in loop when he cranked
it. Several autos damaged.
Diamond Canell filed suit against
Gust Batsakis for $25,000. Says he
turned his daughter heart against
Police looking for man who shot
Carmia Catrona, 932 Orleans, yes
terday on Belt Line railroad tracks.
Max Friedl, 1649 Burling, chased
wife from home and suicided. Gas.
Reason' unknown. " w
Judge Landis was auctioneer and
one of 2 biddersat sale of assets in
firm of Pacyna & Jaspere, makers of
women's garments. Another auc
tioneer obtained goods.
Police to stop roller skaters at 9
o'clock evenings. Too much noise.
Still paying freak election bets.
Movie operators to have band when
one member will ride in wheelbarrow
from river to Chicago av. on Clark.
Paul Fuchs fined $100 for posing as
physician. Had offices at 4303 Cot
tage Grove av.
Money order business in postoffice
shows $1,000,000 increase over same
period last year.
Chas. Kaube, 5482 Gettysburg av
found plugged-up pipe in back yard.
Thought it was bomb. Called pokce.
Filled with talcum powder.
Chicago's traction fund to reach
$16,500,000 when check for $2,557,
042 is handed comptroller by Chicago
surface lines. x
Stanislaus Dangel, editor of Polish
Nationalist, being tried for treason by
secret tribunal of Polish Nat'l Al
liance. Millers' .Nat'l Federation, conven
ing at Hotel La Salle, protested
against attempts to repeal federal
pure flour law.
1,245 persons obtained employment
through federal bureaus in last two
months, says report.
III. Man. ass'n has appointed com
mittee to promote co-operation be
tween busines men, and federal trade
Sir Thos. Shaughnessy, head of
Canadian Pacific railroad, stopped in
Chicago on trip to coast Predicts
peace and prosperity. ..
Judge Heap of morals court in
dorsed Public Defenders' League for
Girles, recently formed, with Nellie
Carlin as president
W- H. McCullough, River Forest,
refused to pay water tax because "he
was out of town. Had water cut off.
! Row has BO-fCwell in yard.