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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:35;-sunset, 6:58;
C. O. Sanberg, 3239 Osgood st,
rescued from lake by life-savers. Pell
off pier in dark.
"First aidU equipment furnished
Canal st station of postofflce to
guard against blood poison from mi
nor cuts in handling mail.
Arthur Schroeder, 17, 2453 Lincoln
av., died of fall from ladder at Atlas
Linen Supply Co., 1032 Wrightwood.
Wm. Heffernon, 1456 Fletcher, and
5 companions arrested. Police charge
stealing of horse, wagon and load of
John O'Brien and John String ar
rested for robbery of Sam JNieman,
3512 W. 12th st. Nieman lost $80.
Eight men charged with gambling
after raid at 4300 Emerald av.
Body of Chas. Balak, 8815 Ex
change av., missing since May 3,
found in Calumet river. Fell from
Anton Zelinski, 2300 W. 47th st,
had arm "broken when hit by 47th st
car near home.
Loaf of bread thrown in fight hit
policeman passing house. John Mus
kitus and brother, 1453 S. Halsted,
F. W. Schwinn, 2128 Humboldt
blvd., and Arthur Walhn, 734 E. 70th
pi., fined $5 for speeding in Evanston.
Wm. Schofield, florist, hurt when
he drove delivery wagon into auto
rather than hit pedestrians at Chi
cago av. and Clark st
Albert Huth, 2240 Lincoln av., out
of work. Took gas. Revived.
Jos. Huntley, 19 Sheldon st, arrest
ed after fight when found in home of
Geo. Fuchs, 435 W. North av.
M. J. Brock, Stratford hotel, ar
rested by federal sleuth after four
year chase. Misuse of mails charged.
Bessie Meyers, 6, 3117 N. Paulina
st, badly bruised by motorcyclist who
Bubbly Creek, open sewer on the
Southwest Side, must go, residents
of district say. Disease breeder.
Unidentified man dyirig in Wash
ington Park hospital after auto hit
car at 59th and Cottage Grove av.
Michael Prescehek and Thos. Crim
aschek, 306 S. Halsted st, overcome
by gas. Revived.
Cabaret of Edward Masterson,
Eugenie st and Park av., raided as
dive. Eighteen arrested.
Anthony E. Nelson, 83, Cross Point,
near dead when found in woods by
rescue party. Clothes had caught on
Wm. Casey, 6625 Evans av., stabbed
in fight at home of Charles Murphy,
7219 S. Marshfield av.
John Dorst, 3438 Emerald av., lost
$3 to two armed men near home.
Anna Jacobs, 62, in County hospital
with rare form of leprosy. May be
Jos. Streicker, newsboy, stabbed in
side in fight with Michael Morrizzi,
753 DeKoven st, at Madison and 5th.
Auto of Geo. Fenn, 1926 Trumbull
av., crashed into house of Harry Rob
erts, 2039 Jackson blvd. None hurt
Martin Bell, 1126 Townsend st, fell
out of window while walking in sleep.
MASS MEETING TO TAKE UP
School teachers, parents and citi
zens are urged to be present at a
mass meeting to protest against the
causes of unrest in the Chicago
school system which will he held at
the Olympic theater tomorrow at
4:30 p. m. The meeting has been
called by a body of teachers who are
opposing the proposed salary cut
SONGS OF A CYNIC
My wife's the most impulsive
Of all her sex and race;
But while she makes her mind Tip
I often wish she were as slick
In making up her face.
San Francisco Chrdnicle.
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