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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:14; sunset, 6:27.
Fire in building occupied by Cray,
Moses & Co., commission merchants,
160 W. South Water st, caused $500
Leo Dunlap, 18, 5346 Greenwood
av., Hyde ?ark high- school student,
missing from home.
Body of woman killed by car at
95th and Commercial av., identified
as that of Mrs. Kate Gornik, 10826
Oath of office taken by Mayor
Thompson today. Election board
board certified election.
George Oswald, 1429 N. Halsted,
found dead in bed. Heart disease
Memorial to Dr. Charles Hender
son U. of C. professor, expert on un
employment, held in Auditorium.
Election Commissioners announced
election of Carl Murray over Barney
Grogan in 18th ward.
Many Medals of Warren Wood,
former western golf champion, stolen
by burglar. -
Albert Johnson, 4134 W. North av.,
shot by stepson, Willard Nelson, dur
ing dinner table argument.
W. D. Kearfott arrested on two
larceny warrants as he came from
Arthur Burnham, real estate deal
er, 192 N. Dearborn, arrested on
charge of passing "bum" checks.
Two burglars visited three Oak
Park homes, near Forest and Oak
Park avs. No loot. Frightened away.
Felix Klimaszewski, 8221 Mar
quette av., held up and robbedA
$2.25. Three negroes.
Three young men wanted in St.
Louis for robbery, arrested as they
stepped off Wabash train.
Man seen by woman starting fire in
garage of James O'Boyle, 3208 N.
Halsted. Small damage. Police
Names of bankers reported indict
ed for Colorado land deals not dis
closed. Reason unknown. '
Thirteen men arrested as gamblers
in raid on Hotel Burton, 505 S. 5th
av. W. Morris booked as keeper.
Auto of Curtis Robinson, 2544 S.
Michigan av., found by police at Mad
ison and 5th av. Stolen.
Special train passed through Chi.
with 96 railroad men and families on
way to convention in Frisco.
Jacob Minsky, 1321 Newberry av.,
and Harry Bemis, 2346 Calumet av.,
arrested in stolen auto.
Five delegates to National Federa
tion of Postal Clerks' convention in
Bishop McGavick sent letter to
state senate urging passage of bill to
Fire in offices of United Pharmacal
Co., 220 N. Dearborn. $1,500 damage.
E. G. Edwards, 2058 Washington
blvd., arrested at Jackson and Ash
land for annoying women.
Nathan So'odvoisky, 1260 S. Jeffer
son reported to police $500 horse
stabbed to death in barn.
Jas. Lee, 841 S. Wabash av., stab
bed and hit on head wkith hammer.
Quarrelled over woman. Assailant
Charles Pauli, 2254 Parnell av.,
found two-days-old girl on doorstep.
Vincent Jeiski, 3257 S. Ashland av.,
and Jos. Mavosky, 4850 Justine st,
beaten and robbed of $8.
Arnold Schneider, 6736 N. Artesian
av., suicide. Cut throat. Out of
Everett Jennings, att'y for public
utilities comm'n, ignorant of causes
of stenographer shooting woman
client, he says.
Michael Papenelleo, 723 DeKoven,
slashed on back and neck by razor
in hands of unknown.. assailant at
Halsted and Taylor.
John Janeck, 4832 Wentworth av.,
held by police when wife was found
unconscious in home. He blames
John Tesnow, driver Evanston fire
department, hurt when he drove cart
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