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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:23; sunset, 7:10.
Chas. Andeson. 5709 Dorchester
av., arrested because of thefts in
Hyde Park homes. Is a cleaner.
' Chas. Dennis and Wm. Hannekamp
held to grand jury on charge of con
tributing to delinquency of two girls
they took to Robey, Ind.
Two. suspects held in connection
with murder of Henry Willetts, 5649
Cottage Grove av., released.
Fred Lyon, 6816 Cornell av held
to grand jury for forging father's
name to check.
Jas. McCann, labprer employed by
South parks, fined $100 for annoying
Mrs. G. W. Price, 6448 Stony Isd. av.
Robt Gibson, conductor on 22d st
car robbed of $3 under Western Ind.
road viaduct by 3 men.
Policeman was chasing Will Lee,
9454 Muskegon av. He took off his
clothes and jumped into Calumet riv
er. Looking for him.
C. V. Bronell, 6410 Cottage Grow
av., granted jury trial. Charged with
obtaining money under false pretense.
Council finance committee decided
distinguished visitors to Chicago
should be entertained. Mayor will
decide what fund money shall be
Lambert Seng, saloonkeeper, 106
N. 5th av., bankrupt Assets, $6,000;
E. J. Gamsey, 2322 E. 70th, bought
smuggled Japanese hanger worth
$1,500 for $70 from government, who
took it from woman who tried to col
lect insurance on it when it went
John Quinn, 1506 Mohawk, dead.
Steam pipe burst.
New jury being picked for case of
$10,000 damage suit of Mary G. Ne
ville against the city. Fell on broken
sidewalk at Ogden and Harrison.
Chas. Wacker and Chas. Dering
headed citizens' committee who wjll
urge members of all parties to vote
for bonds providing new jaiL
Capt O'Brien of detective bureau
asked by Franklin, Ky., police to find
relatives of E. C. Page, who suicided
there with gas May 4.
Bids to government for removing
sunken steamship Iowa 3 miles off
Grand av. opened. Winner to be an
nounced next week.
John Colas, 408 E. 61st, tailor, lost
suit for $65 against Mrs. Chas. Al-r
man, 443 E. 62d. She had experts
testify suit was misfit.
Fillmore st. police still holding 4
ducks who were captured by Police
man L. Quinn after chase of mile.
Four horses burned in fire which
destroyed stable at 1653 Carroll av,,
Loss $10,000. 36 horses rescued.
Rose Palmer, 6, 506 N. Green,
bruised and cut when knocked down
by auto of Chas. Hede, 2342 N. Kil
Mrs. Katherine Manek, 1416 Blue
Island av., paroled for stealing baby
clothes from store. Has 4 babies and
unable to clothe them.
Agnes Peterson, 15, escaped from
ward in Charitable Eye and Ear In
firmary, 904 W. Adams. Sent there
from Juvenile Home.
Barney Grogan granted fourth con
tinuance when arraigned for selling
liquor without a license, in the Des
plaines st. court
James Ross, deputy boiler inspect
or, died at home, 900 N. Homan av
Fell while inspecting boiler.
Ass't State's Att'y Berger prepar
ing for mandamus writ to compel
Judge Scully to give grand jury bal
lots in 5th precinct of 5th ward.
Sign painters of Zion City busy
painting signs denouncing tobacco
for clean up parade today. Every one
over 6 years old will march.
Samuel Thrasher, head of commit
tee of 15, received anonymous letter
threatening life. Won't ask police
Mrs. Joseph Langworthy, wife of
att'y for Hartman Furniture Co., is
granted divorce when slie produced,