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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:58; sunset, 6:46.
George Bell, 4221 S. 5th av., at
tempted to hangseUMn Stanton av.
station. Arrested for disorderly con
duct' Arthur Creiner, auto dealer and
racing driver, may get divorce today.
Judge Foell indicated he would sign
George Wattle, Indian, arrested in
front of home at 308 N. Curtis, for
Fred Gallish, 917 Wells, arrested on
charge of attacking Dora Seal, 2829
Vernon av., at Chestnut and Wells.
OJiver Martin, 19, arrested at Chi
cago av. and Wells, confessed he had
robbed an old "woman of purse con
Special police guard protected
Anne Morgan, daughter of late mon
ey king, from visitors at Blackstone
hotel. On way to exposition.
Joseph Kohan, 4837 N. Western av.,
drank wood alcohol. Condition seri
ous. Out of work.
Two men held at Englewood sta
tion charged with attempt to break
into garage at 6206 S. Peoria.
Heat wave has passed. Will be
cool for next 3 days, is weather man's
Joseph Chima, 10521 Hoxie av.,
was an uninvited guest at all neigh
borhood weddings until yesterday.
Arrested. Fined $25.
Five Chinese arrested in two raids
by federal officers. Charged with
smoking and having opium.
Anna Kosanczak, 2, 1658 W. 14th
pi., died of scalds. Fell into bathtub.
Alexander Bell, elevator operator,
filed bankruptcy petition. Assets
$75, liabilities'$2,000. Tried to start
I. Goldstein, tailor, arrested on the
complaint of Tillie Brooks, 1522
Washburne av., who said she loved
John Harvey, negro, 155 W. Ran
dolph, thanked judge when he was
ned $200 for carrying gun. "
George Keller held to grand jury
for assault. Attacked Grace Ship
man, 4023 Waveland av., and slashed
her face with a razor.
Health Comm'r Robertson issued
first warning to mothers regarding
measles epidemic; 4,000 cases already
Chicago municipal employment of
fice, 913 W. Madison, closed for lack
of funds. Operated by dep't of public
Body of well-dressed man taken
from river at Lemont. Caught in
undertaker's net. Pockets inside out
and wound on head. Police probing.
Collector of internal revenue issued
order prohibiting smoking in dep'art
ment during working hours.
Four students in Three Arts club
recovered from typhoid fever. Strick
en in old clubhouse, 1614 N. La Salle.
County Treas. Stuckart arbitrarily
extended time for payment of taxes.
Seeks to relieve congestion in office.
76 degrees and certificates granted
by U. of I. school of pharmacy.
Mrs. Jarl Ewerlof granted divorce?-''
Said her husband threatened to kill
self if she went to him.
Fire attorney probing fire which
caused $10,000 damage to Germania
theater, Clark and Chicago. 4 fire
Name of Theodore Thomas, found
er of Thomas Orchestra of Chicago, ,
recommended for Hall of Fame in
New York U.
"Clean up" program planned by
Chief Healey and 1st and 2nd depu-
ties in his office yesterday. Flying
squads arrested 20 last night
Lieut Mooney, Engelwood station,
requisitioned racing "car to answer
murder call which proved to be fake.
"We sure went," he said.
Chas. Gestel,x17 E. Ohio, arrested.
Charged with slashing auto tires in
Plans for downtown clubhouse dis
cussed at business meeting of Chi
cago 'Woman's club.TTo setf Die mem!-