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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:39; sunset, 6:54.
Two-story building at 2316 W. Ohio
wrecked by dynamite bomb. No one
injured. Suspect black hand.
Anton Klement4939 S. Winchest
er av., took poison. "Unable to get
R. E. Zaleski, druggist, 3201 Wal
lace, robbed of $235 by 3 men.
Mrs. Chas. Wanderer, 230 Willow,
cut throat with scissors. I1L Will
Walter Scheozki, 6, 8708 Baltimore
av., badly hurt by auto. Frank Nit,
5238 Winthrop av., arrested.
Neil McNally, 25, patient at Chi
cago Home for Incurables, ran wheel
chair into lily pond in Washington
Mrs. Sarah Mosier, 2938 Lake Park
av., skull fractured by 47th st. car at
Ed Ward, negro, 9 W. 26th pi., stab
bed to death in fight with Harry Ells
worth, white, his brother-in-law, who
he said beat wife.
Mrs. Nettie Wilson, Lima, O., killed
by fall from 3rd floor of Presbyterian
hospital Mistook window for screen
Lawrence Dura, 2124 Cortland st,
found dead in bedroom. Gas. Po
Chauffeur whose auto truck killed
Austin Joyce in front of Graham
Clarence Rausch, 1455 W. 71st,
fined $100 for striking father.
Pres. Hayes, Chicago Motor Club,
forwarded resolution adopted by club
favoring passing of bill creating
John Michaels, 2102 W. Chicago
av., booked as keeper of handbook in
Baltimore bldg., 22 Quincy. Seven
August Bertuccelli, violinist, 1954
Sedgwick, shot and killed self. No
Moses Stein, garage owner, 3747
Douglas Park blvd., arrested for pass
ing bad checks on Morrison hotel,
Mrs. D. Kaufman, 3839 Grand blvd.,
sued for $15,000 by Neal Hunt, team
ster, whose wagon she struck with
Rose De Heer, 17, ward of L. D.
Stevens, disappeared. Stevens held 4
days. Discharged by judge who cen
Joseph Chopp, 6407 Bishop, had a
scrap with Chinaman in restaurant
at 6259 S. Halsted. Chopp arrested.
Signed peace bond.
Ed Gtosnick, 4, Cicero, lighted
match. Clothing caught fire. Badly
Dr. Jas. Hill, Clearing, found dead
in ditch; accidentally drowned, said
Peter Peterson, 539 E. 42d, quar
reled with wife because of Bis ina
bility to get work. Suicided with gas.
Mrs. Joseph Rontzkowski, 821 N.
May, fined $50 by judge. Sold hus
hand's furniture to buy drink.
Will Meyer, 1221 frontier av., pro
tested against his $15,000 bond after
he had bragged of prowess as burg
lar to judge.
Sovain Mutsolsky, fined $50. Found
with pair of shoes and scissors. Did
not know where he got them.
Writ of replevin issued to Isabella
Patten to recover kitten from P. Sleu
ter, 6220 Kenwood av.
Mayor Thompson told members of
Ass'n of Commerce how his life has
been threatened unless he lays off
this crook stuff.
Council traction committee pigeon
holed jitney bus plan.
Mayor does not believe in outdoor
swimming pools for schools. "Inside,
so they can be used all year round,"
300 men arrested sleeping on the
Graham-Morton steamship docks.
Mrs. John C. Henning granted di
vorce on desertion charge. Husband
implicated in attempt to besmircn the
name of Clarence Punk.
Interstate commerce com'n contin
ued hearing of western roads who are