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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
i Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:27.
c John W. Workman, farmer, Cur
ran, DL, fined $500 for threatening to
Y kill revenue officer?- .
Judge Baldwin issued order to al-
" low members of Columbia Yacht club,
defunct, to use building. In hands of
Scrap between Ass't U. S. Att'y
Harris and Frank Borelli, att'y in
Comm'r Foote's office, federal bldg.,
ended in apology from Borelli.
" Rosaline Simone, 16, 1534 Estes
? av., suicide. Gun. Despondent over
f death of relatives in Europe.
Writ restraining Rev. Matthew
Krawczunas, 3230 Auburn av., from
leaving city issued. Estate 'held by
, minister in litigation.
' Two men beat and robbed Mrs. W.
Krashingsky, 3155 Fox st, near her
home last night. Took $370 in cash.
f John Zygger, 1518 W. Huron st.,
attacked by wife while leaving court
of domestic relations. Saved by bail-
Body of John Adams, 16, 2129
"1 Cleveland av., drowned June 5, came
W. C. Wilson, 5427 Clenwood av.,
bruised when auto collided with ma-
" chine of J. E. Daly, 544 Briar pi.
Z Mrs. Mary Reitsinger, 3739 Went-
" worth av., hurt when wagon was hit
.by auto driven by Lea Ceocohi, 12 E.
"' Edward Bruschi, 635 S. Morgan st,
shot in saloon Sunday morning, dead.
Guiseppe Polazzo, 703 S. Morgan st,
" under arrest.
1 John Barber and Mrs. Elizabeth
- Finley, arrested after suicide attempt,
"called" by judge. Turned on gas.
" Others in houes.
Thomas Riordan and David Wag-
ner, employe, arrested after blaze
"destroyed enameling plant at 628 S.
Cases of five West Side saloqn-
-r keepers arrested for selling liquor to
' girl, .continued. Gertude McCarthy,
Mrs. Florence Scully, divorced wife
of late A. B. Scully, steel merchant,
suing estate lor $40,000 alimony. i
"Other women" dragged into case
against Frank J. Spotz. Wife got di
vorce and $1,000 alimony.
Barney Grogan, 18th ward boss, -.
acquitted of "liquor without license" I.
Hydro-aeroplane taxi service along
lake shore to start today. Wilson
beach, Washington st and Chicago
Beach hotel, stops.
Oscar Prrtchard, former cashier for
Northern Pacific R. R., gave self up
on embezzlement charge. Not guilty,
Benjamin Littman, 1242 S. Morgan
st, knocked down by auto at Monroe
and Halsted sts.
Temperance Beverage Co. plead
guilty to sending beer into dry terri
tory under label of "near beer."
Simon Larson, 3245 Herndon st,
bruised when he ran motorcycle into
curb to escape collision.
Julius Westphal, wealthy Joliet
citizen, repudiated story of arrest
with Aurora widow Sunday.
Body of Jesse Glaze, 85, 3823 Elm
wood av., found at 38th and Racine
av. Had been killed by auto.
J. V. Beede, head of Samaritan
Army, 16 S. Paulina st, and 2 aids
arrested for disturbing peace and
quiet with songs.
Fraud order issued against Secur
ity Farm Loan ass'n in Boyce build
ing. Collected $16,000 fees and-loan-ed
only $300, claim.
Free Methodist church, Washing
ton and Ann sts., may exclude all , .
union men. Opposed to closed shop. v
Mrs. Delia Carroll, 1965 Wilson av.,
hit by auto of Leo Galitski, 6901
Lakewood av. Bruised. ,
Mrs. Katherine Kotrba, 408 N. Laf
lin. shot by husband, May 28, dead.
Early morning patrons at Gus'
lunchroom, 531 13. Clark st, driven
to street by grease fire.
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