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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunnse, 4:50. Sunset, 6:45.
Former Chief of Police Cl'eason re
turned to Lake st police station as
John C. Wood, president of village
board of Hinsdale, to retire after six
years of service.
Wm. H. Luthardt, sec'y iormer
Chief of Police McWeeny, to get same
job with Chief Healey.
Frank Wallace gave wife $7 four
years ago, she told Judge Sabath, and
has talked of it ever since. Ordered
to pay $5 a week.
Chief Healey placed 20 men on fly
ing crime squad. Seven ex-convicts
Wm. Meinhart, 1914 Indiana av.,
had skull fractured when thrown
from wagon at Lake and Canal. Ve
hicle swerved in car track.
Joseph Ryder, proprietor Chicago
hotel, 22 S. Clark St., missing with a
large sum of money. Police asked to
Mrs. Anna Link, 452 Root St., fell
into coal hole near 459 Root st
Bruised and scratched.
Two men followed Mrs. Mary Ruch
ko, 3G08 Fisk st, from bank. Attack
ed her near home and got $59.
Three city dumps, two in fifth ward
caught fire and burned until sunset
Herman Rupp, 6831 Throop st.,
fined $100 for speeding on motor
cycle. Harry Baddington, 6337 Drexef av.,
injured when auto turned over at
104th st and Muskegon av.
Russell Armstrong, 5749 Carpenter .
st., arrested as alleged annoyer of
Mabel Woody, 1432 E. 56th st. I
Frank Gavrinski, junk dealer, 1237
W. Lake st, found dead in bed. Heart
Stephen Koiar, 1251'S. Morgan st., J
dead after beating. Pneumonia. Po-
lice seeking assailants. I
Open verdict by coroner's jury in
death of John Quinlan, 715 S. Central .
Jewelry worth $1,000 taken by
burglars in entering home of Helman
Jacobson, 1618 W. 12th. Second
Three youths fished Adolph Siden
burg's pants out of bedroom window
at 1054 W. 13th. Took $5.15 and re
City Engineer Ericsson issued an
6rder against dumping of rock from
Wilson av. tunnel into lake. Spoiled
Julius Strube, arrested on com
plaint of Mrs. Hannah Fisher, 806 N.
Dearborn st Says he got money on
George Edwards, 2020 Indiana av.,
and Louis Stein, 15 Bishop ct, held
to grand jury on charge of 20 bur
glaries in Wilson av.-district.
Estate of James Culbertson, Ken
ilworth, goes to widow, Mrs. Nora
Culbertson, by order of Judge Hon
ore. Worth $740,000.
'' Seven homes burned in widely dis
tributed fires over city yesterday.
Loss about $100,000.
Mrs. Mary Saussier, 75, 4853 Lang
ley av., killed by Cottage Grove av.
car at 49th st.
Coroner's jury over body of Hiram
Jenkins, watchman found dead from
bullet wound, unable to say woh fired
Ulrick S. Voelcker, 1228 Sedgwick
st, tried suicide. Gas. Will live.
Divorced parents of Ferdinand
Jelke, whose father is millionaire but
terine maker, fighting for custody of
John Kolb, 5116 Laflin st, suicide.
Gun. Left wife and three children.
Charles F. Grant, 35, cashier High
land Park bank, nearly dead from the
loss of blood. Had 12 teeth extracted.
Mrs. Charles Lewis, 1422 E. Mar
quette road, rescued from lake by life
guards who said she jumped In.
Coroner's jury over Louis Jensen,
patient at Dunning who cutthroat,
unable to determine where he got
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