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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:16; sunset, 7:19.
There is a letter at The Day Book
office for Mrs. Ella Gearen.
Chas. Jones, 3434 Lexington, died
of fractured skull. Struck by auto
Mayor Thompson to be guest of
Chicago Yacht club at banquet in Au
ditorium hotel tonight
Prof. A. M. Salsido, Mexican
teacher, arrested on serious charges
preferred by three young girls.
Oscar Nymberg, 2045 Nebraska
av., machinist, suicide. Out of work.
Charles E. Jones, 3434 Lexington
st, dead. Hit by auto at Western av.
and Polk, Sunday.
Ex-Aid. Jos. Ryan, 4th ward, ap
pointed Ass't Chief Deputy U. S. Mar
shall. Earl Nehringer, 25, 2169 N. Maple
wood av., and two unknown women
hurt when auto crashed with wagon
at 15th and Ashland av.
N. M. Nelson, 1427 Elmwood av.,
Evanston, bruised when bicycle skid
ded under auto truck.
Bob Henry, walking from New
York to San Francisco to win $1,000
wager, arrived in Chicago.
Three of 24 men arrested Sunday
turned over to federal authorities.
Had drugs in possession. All alleged
Comptroller Pike pointed out
past -extravagance in public welfare
dep't. $10 left in printing fund and
$17 left out of $4,500 appropriation
for dance inspectors.
Educational staff of city health de
partment to be founded at luncheon
in Hotel La Salle Friday. To form
staff to give lectures.
David Mass, waiter Hotel La Salle,
died of heart disease in barber shop
at 69 W. Chicago av.
Peter Schohl, 9010 Houston av.,
arrested on serious charges pre
ferred by 6-year-old niece.
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fined $5 and sentenced to 60 days in
Bridewell for passing bum checks. '
Rose Breat, 5049 Justine, and es
cort badly shaken when she drove
auto into lamp post at 63d and Ar
Samuel Marcus, proprietor of ci
gar store, 1048 W. Erie, fined $10 for
selling cigarets to minors.
Louis Kusnak, 13 months, 653 N.
Curtis, scalded when he overturned
pail of hot water in home.
Mrs. George Kuebler, wife of at
torney, suing for divorce. Says hus
band kept another flat
Barnard Johnson, 6327 Peoria,
told judge that disagreement over his
daughter's suitor broke up home.
Granted divorce. Wife left
Walter Pilat, 10, 2630 W. 24th, fell
into river. Drowned before father,
could reach him.
Frank Camphausen arersted with
Winifred Price, Oak Park, when he
tried to take out marriage license in
Michael Scablo, 6, 1017 Fry,
drowned. Fell in river.
Council schools committee voted
against building school near St Rita's
parochial school, 55th and Rockwell.
Norman Grant, 3508 Walnut, de
nied he placed ad in paper offering re
ward to person who phoned home in
last 10 days. Looking for joker.
John Rouse, Highland Park cop,
spoiled movie film when he Interrupt
ed train holdup. Was going to lock
Judge Wade continued case of
Barney Grogan, former saloonkeeper,
1160 W. Van Buren, accused of sell
ing liquor without a license.
Woman guarded door of room at
4721 Van Buren while Joe Blaa
climbed down fire escape. Later ar
rested for forgery.
Michael Ross, 426 Lafayette ct,
shot and killed by brother-in-law, S.
Arnovoy, 1108 Tilden av., whom he
accused of neglecting wife.
Sam Diamond, 1375 Randolph,
John Gayton, 1900 Park av., and W.
Bushnel, 215 S. Halsted, arrested on