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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO T
Sur.-:.;c, 4:16; sunset, 7:20.
Wm. Murphy, 40, hostler, found
dead in city stable where he worked.
Hugh McLennan, president Mc
Lennan Construction Co., saw
strangers in his auto. Had them ar
rested. Only borrowed it, they said.
Burglars looted home of "Peter
Schuettler, wagon factory owner,
Police opened fire on Wm. Hayes,
L9, 15 S. Racine, and Harold Plynn,
19, 3730 N. Sacramento, as they fled.
Hayes shot in arm. Flynn arrested.
Suspected of being in Ole Olson's sa
loon, 3535 Irving Park Diva.
Warrants for arrest of four cabaret
. proprietors issued on complaint of
Gust Swanson, 10012 Ewing av., fa
ther of Agnes, 16.
Bill authorizing bond issue of $1,
000,000 for park improvements was
signed by Gov. Dunne. To be put on
Luigi Anello, 2519 W. 22d pi.,
caught by police in alleged Black
John Easton, 78, 6400 Stewart av.,
found dead in bed. Gas jet open. Be
Mrs. Serafina Costanizo, 1037 S.
Morgan st, missing. May be kid
Friends of former City Att'y N. L.
Poitrowski to give farewell dinner.
Leaving for Europe
Samuel Cohen, 1139 Troy st, fined
$100 and costs for loafing. Picked up
by crime squad.
Special committee of county board
investigating cost of nursing service
at County hospital.
Card bearing name "Charles Funk"
found on body of man killed by train
near Dubuque, la.
Policeman Anton Junkel, traffic,
given honorable mention in police
bulletin for jumping into river to res
cue J. B. McGregor.
Att'y Emil Van Bever fined $5 and
costs for run-in ,with bailiff in Judge
"'isher's court. Assessment remitted.
Andrew Polacz, 1323 Wade st
fractured skull of unborn babe in
fight with Mrs. Mary Pancykowski,
neighbor, coroner's jury decided.
Mrs. Mary Herkert,4722 N. Racina
av., suing for divorce. Husband
names brother in cross bill. i
John Cichocki, 2044 W. 19th st, '
identified as "goggle-eyed" robber,
unmoved as murder of E. E. Willits,
5649 Cottage Grove av., was re-enacted.
Swedish delegation asked mayor
for board of education job for Mrs
Circulars asking jobs for graduates
of commercial courses in schools dis
tributed among business men..
Gottfried Pushak, 68, 137 W. 46th,
suicide. Rope. Reason- unknown.
C. E. Harris, in charge of purchas
ing division of federal reclamation
service, and 10 others to lose jobs.
City -Comptroller Pike asked city
department heads to cut expenses 20
per cent to meet deficit
Unidentified boy about 14 prob
ably hurt by auto of W. H. Wardlaw,
3420 Wabash av., at Harrison and
Mrs. H. J. Kolze, 6353 Irving Park
blvd., knocked down and injured by
truck of Jackson Express Co., 420 S.
May grand jury, discharged at end
of service, said police shield crooks.
Otto Magdefessel, 3835 Wrightwood
av., hurt by auto of Att'y A. J. Shu
tan, 4942 Washington Park .ct.
Producers of "Birth of Natron" ask
writ to restrain Mayor Thompson and (f
aids from interfering with showing
John Noonan arrested when he of
fered $50 check to pay $10 auto taxi
bill. Check stolen, police believe.
Policeman James Corcoran found
two $1 bills at 5l8t and Indiana av.
Turned over to superior officer.
Dr. M. J. Latimer, 3153 Fullerton
av., exonerated in death of Mrs. Eliz-