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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:26; sunset, 7:07.
Dr. Manfred Cohn, brought here
from Urbana, El., on "con game"
charge, freed. No prosecution.
Twenty-five Chinese commercial
commissioners fit-city today on tour
of business inspection.
Warrant out for Sidney Schall
man, booking agent, 35 S. Dearborn.
Wife charges abandonment.
Poolrooms of Martin Mojk, 422 W.
31st, and Nick Petrizzo, 4823 Federal,
closed by recommendation of Chief
Estate of John Dillon, famous co
median, 4740 Evans av., closed by
Judge Keats. Worth $2,000.
Genevive Irvine, stenographer for
Everett Jennings, att'y, freed. Mrs.
Hugh McLennan, shot at by girl, did
Charles L. Dazey, 416 Milwaukee
av., told police burglars got $1,900
valuables in raid on home at 4153
Gottfried Thurin, 665 Melrose st,
and Clarence Johnson, rescued by po
' lice when canoe casized in lake off
Fire in basement of building at
4416 Washington blvd. drove three
families to street Damage $1,000.
Three men charged with murder of
Banker John Slonski, 2.159 W. 18th,
freed. No prosecution.
Baby found in doorway at 2119 S.
Halsted st, taken to Foundlings'
Home, 15 S. Wood St., by police.
Charles Singer, 3726 Ellis av., ar
rested after alleged attempts to an
noy women at 47th and Drexel blvd.
Mrs. Annerta Buffo, 249 W. 24th
pi., fined $100 and costs for practic
ing medicine without license.
James Wallace, grocer, 3211 S.
State St., dead from heart disease re
sult of fear of burglars, according to
Two suspects to be examined in
shooting of Edward Willits in shop at
5649 Cottage Grove av., when he re
fused to open cash register.
Otto Behrensmeyer, druggist, 4301'
Cottage Grove av., arrested -for seU
ing liquor without license.
Burglars in home of H. W. How
ard, 5417 University av., got $5,000
jewelry while family was home.
East Side police station in Hege
wisch infested with rats. Policemen
ask for dogs and cats.
Mrs. Frances Krzek, 602 W. Erie
st., bitten on arm by horse. Hospital.
Men in auto threw bricks at va
cant building at 2729 W. Division st.
Special election in Evanston to is
sue $50,000 bonds for lake front im
provements. John Williams, negro, 1213 S. State
st, held to grand jury in Oak Park
for stealing chickens.
Frank Wilsqn, 1306 S. 5th av., May
wood, who left police force to become
actor, returned to beat Troupe
Building of sewer in connection
with new Union station to give work
to 500 men soon.
Immediate trial plan of Ass't
State's Att'y O'Brien in case of Rus
sell Pethrick, slayer of Coppersmith
woman and child.
Fire Marshal Thomas O'Connor
may lose job, was city hajl rumor yes
Cheating in examinations at North
western hit by petition which requires
signers to report all "cribbing."
Edward Strand, 2113 N.-Kilpatrick
st, suicide. Gas. Out of work.
Two thieves interrupted rifling the
desk of Ethel Comstock, Board of
Trade bldg., escaped after chase.
Two boys about 15 were too fright
ened to search Charles Worn, laun
dryman, 1223 S. Peoria st, when he
held up his hands. Fled.
Thomas Hillock, 5526 Lake Park
av., arrested as reckless driver. Two'
hurt. Auto hit safety island in Jack
s Fred Palm, 1638 Bissel st, dead.