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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:09; sunset, 6:31.
Federal bldg. closed today to com
memorate 50th anniversary of assas
sination of Pres. Irincoln. Court open.
Hiram Jenkins, watchman West
Side Warehouse Co., found dead.
Shot. Police probing.
Abraham Lindenburg, junk dealer,
611 W. Division, refused to buy lead
en window weights from boys. They
beat him up.
Chicago police notified not to buy
helmets this summer. To wear some
Mayor Harrison may refuse to al
low Mayor-elect Thompson to take
oath of office in Grant Park.
Police searching ruins of Westwall
Man. Co., destroyed by fire, for
Dr. Lillian Scammon told Chicago
Medical society that U. S. meat in
spectors pass bad meat at stockyards.
Policewomen found Mrs. Jennie
Calvetti with 2 children in depot. Says
she ran away from cruel husband.
Mrs. John Loveday charges in bill
for divorce that husband loved her
but a day. Alleges desertion.
John Jeths, decorator, 2306 N.
Iarding av., suicided. Gas. Reason
Police looking for Lillian Schu
macher, 15, 3216 N. California av.
Two-year-old boy found walking in
sleep by policeman at Leland and
Western. Looking for parents.
Anti-poverty clubs to be formed in
all wards of city. To study housing
and sanitary conditions.
Victor McQuliken, cook, 3318 In
diana av., fined 100 for attempt to
kiss Mrs. J. W. Recklein, 1919 W. Van
, U. S. Att'y Clyne may prosecute 20
farmers of Northern Mi. on charge
of evading hoof and mouth disease
Committee of West Side business
men yesterday petitioned morals
commission to drive out barrel hous
es and tough resorts.
Geo. Fritts, formerly inasne, wants
writ of habeas corpus to get dis
charge of conservatorship of brother.
Salvatore Mareno, said to be under ,
30-year sentence in Italy for robbery,
may be deported.
Schooners abandoned when Dan
Waters' saloon, 408 S. Dearborn St.,
caught fire. Small damage.
Harry Calhoun, alleged Chi. safe
blower, arrested in Cleveland. To be
Patrick Halpin, 2, 3312 W. Harri
son, dead. Burns. Matches.
Peter Bosco, who robbed saloon
and bought new clothes, confessed.
Ernest Kelch and daughters, 5145
S. Artesian av., burned when defec
tive gas pipe exploded. Fire follow
ing caused $2,000 damage.
Antoinette Haase, 16, 5836 Went
worth av., reported to police as
eloper, found with Carrie Boehm,
5959 S. Green. Both taken home.
George Ward, 17, robbed cigar
store. Smoked 17 cigars. Sick.
Forest Park employed August
Rossrucker, baker', as policeman to
catch boys who have been stealing
Fire drills supposed to empty
schools in two minutes. Pres. Collins,
school board, wants investigations.
Says it takes four minutes for some
W. J. Allen arrested by federal
agents for robbing Florida postoffice.
Wife suspected of destroying evi
dence. Mrs. Barbara Wilk and daughter
Josephine released by federal author
ities. Wilk held for counterfeiting.
Tom Carey, former politician, may
go to Los Angeles to live.
Bennett Medical college, 1360 Ful
ton, taken over by Loyola university.
Jesuits now own 6 medical schools in
John Mund says Andrew Carnegie
borrowed $1 from him 51 years ago.
May sue on small claims court foe