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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:38; sunset, 6:55.
Samuel Swether, sent to Bridewell.
Stole suit of clothes of Frank Ryan
when given share of room as aid.
Estate of Peter Marschall, late of
7434 Harvard av., to be divided
among seven children. Worth $100,
000. Over 1,800 suits have passed
through Court of Small Claims in
five weeks since opening.
First aid air boat will be put into
service next week at Illinois Naval
Training station at Lake Bluff.
Clayton Lunham, Lake Forest mu
sician, arrested on serious charge
preferred by Raymond King, 4150
Of 36 autos stolen in downtown
district lately, 30 have been "recov
ered, according to report of Capt
O'Brien of detective bureau.
P. W. Barry, Washington, D. C,
federal employ?, lost $75 to two men.
Thomas Rohrer, 7321 May st, ar-J
rested ior arunKenness, got uu aim
costs for kidding judge.
Frank McGraw, 7128 South Chi
cago av., freed on murder charge
when he produced alibi.
Three young boys on milk wagon
hurt when auto of Dr. H. C. Gersens,
621 W. 31st st, crashed into vehicle.
irvin Oswald, 2518 Drake av., fined
$5 and costs for .speeding. Told judge
he was in hurry to get married.
Patrolman Edward- Henning, W.
Lake st, given honorable mention for
arresting 3 armed men in saloon.
Fire in block of wooden buildings
at Elstdn av. and Julian St., caused
$ 7,000 damage.
Curt Weber, 3628 N. Halsted st.,
fined $5 for speeding. Neighbors tes
tified auto couldn't speed.
Ass'n of Commerce to open depart
ment to boost Chicago as summer re
sort Eight women and five men arrested
in Taids on flats at 27 N. Curtis and
27 S. Morgan. District opening up.
South Park bo'ard asked Circuit
Court to confirm special assessments
to pave Marquette Road from Ash
land to California av.
Cottage Grove av. station fumigat
ed when Jacob Busch came in from
Peoria with smallpox. His sister
brought him to station.
Aid. Bowler and A. B. Farwell clash
when council license committee dis
cuss ordinance forbidding saloons
within 250 feet of school or church.
Coroner's jury unable to determine
whether Bert Zilman suicided or was
murdered. Found in delicatessen
Despondent over lack of job was
coroner's jury verdict over body of A.
Kleinert, 4929 S. Winchester, who
Man took poison at Weeghman's
restaurant, 56 W. Madison st Died
in hospital. Police probing.
Chicago police holding Sidney
Squire. Wanted for murder in New
Florence Wally-Dowdall, 19, 20 W.
Ohio st, had marriage annulled and
wedded again on same day.
.Judge O'Connor, in criminal court,
chosen to try police graft cases in
volving Capt Halpin.
Social workers putting up fight to
get Mayor Thompson to retain Dr.
Theodore Sachs in Municipal Tuber
Otto Guse, 2954 Fuilerton av., shoe
maker, took watch and chain from
robber in tussle after attempt to
Lawrence Thokrelson, 39, 3321
Cortland st, died suddenly at dinner
table. Heart ,disease.
Three men arrested after Mrs. E. P.
Beaudette, 3900 Lawrence av., anti
saloon leader in Burr Oak, told of
being shot at
Eighteen arrested in raid on hall
over Hugo Weinberger's saloon, 1901
W. Grand av. Prizefight.
Mike Prendergast, city fireman,
sued for $10,000 on slander charge by