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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:11; sunset, 6:30.
Ernest Kelch ana 2 daughters, 5145
S. Artesian av., bruised. Gas pipe
exploded. Fire caused $2,000 damage.
Peter Bosco arrested for alleged
theft of $300 from., cash register of
Victor Zanetto, saloonekeper, 357
Patric Halpin, 23312 W. Harrison,
played with matches. Burned to
Harry Calhoun, wanted for safe
blowing at Babson Bros., 2845 W.
19th, which netted $8,000, arrested
in Cleveland. To fight extradition.
Crossed electric wires blamed for
fire in Dan Waters' saloon, 408 S.
Dearborn. Small damage.
Mrs. Ernest Sommers, 1005 George
st., had shoulder fractured. Work
man dropped tool box from ladder at
State and Madison.
Salvatore Mareno, said to be under
30-year sentence in Italy for murder
and robbery, held by U. S. authori
ties for deportation.
Cornelius Lutterman, 221 W. 21st,
fined $100 and costs when he struck
George Bartlett after case against
Bartlett failed in Judge Mahoney's
George W. Fritts, formerly inmate
of insane asylum, suing to be dis
charged from conservatorship of
August Rossrucker, baker, 7228
Madison, Forest Park, given rights
of policeman to stop boys stealing
pies from counter.
Antoinette Hasse, 16, 5836 Went
worth av., and Carrie Boehm, 959 S.
Green, found by police in La Salle st.
station. Taken home.
George Ward, 17, 6742 Evans av.,
arrested after cigars, police say were
stolen, made him sick.
. Wm. J. Allen arrested by federal
authorities after chase of year. Want
ed for looting postoffice in Lynn
Diller Frymire, 2420 W. Grand av.,
suicide. Gun. No motive known,.
Dr. L. D. Rogers, owner of Nat'I
Maternity hospital, bought "Rest
haven," Waukesha resort.
Joseph Wilk, 4610 Honore, held in
$500 bonds by federal authorities as
Four men got $250 in'daylight auto
raid on saloon of Henry Lis, 2643 Hil
lock. Bennett Medical college, 1360 Ful
ton, taken over by Loyola university.
No changes in faculty.
Mrs. Gertrude Bierley, 5002 Pen
sacola av., suing A. G. Bald Storage
Co. and Blakeslees Express Co. for
$10,000. Says beaten by moving
Wm. Vincent Astor, owner of $100,
000,000 N. Y. real estate, in city from
San Francisco fair.
James B. Regan rescued from mob
by police after alleged attempt to
lead 5-year-old girl into hallway near
1542 Wieland. 4
Fred Bergholz, 3918 N. Clark,
started to bank Monday with $120.
"Jumbo," 30-foot snake in Lincoln
park zoo, had first meal in six weeks.
About 40 lbs. of meat stuffed into
Dr. Walter Paully, Kohoaka, Mo.,
physician who bored hole in head to
relieve blood pressure from broken
vein, recovered sight of eye.
Wm. Meyer, 1221 Frontier, charged
with 30 burglaries in Hudson av. po
lice district, escaped from station.
Body of man believed to be Michael
Lyons, 90- Washington blvd., man
gled by train near Mount Prospect.
Wm. M. Lewis, opponent of Sun
day movies, elected mayor of Lake
Forest by 242 plurality.
Clayton Robinson, 841. Wilson av.,
caught one of two men discovered in
his apartment with grip full of loot.
August Katsorisi poolroom keeper
at 357 W. Division, fined $50 for al
lowing minors in place.
Abe Cohen, jeweler, 855 Milwau
kee av., sued' for $5,000 by Lillian