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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:28.
Mrs. Clara Drake, 2655 Adams, who
shot self Thursday, dead.
Frederick Cors, 19, houseman for
Wm. N. Selig, 2340, Lake View av.,
accused in $9,000 gemrobbery.
Black Hand letters sent W. E. Skin
ner, 5129 Dorchester av., asking
$1,000, believed joke.
Writ of habeas corpus issued for
Elsie Jones, 2. Father says aunt is
holding qhild for board bill.
Grace S. Potter, musician, missing
from home at 520 S. Ashland av.
Warren Patrick, magazine writer,
missing, returned home, took poison
and died. Relatives say accident
Ceo. L. Richards, 411 E. 60th, land
scape artist, fell into lake from row
boat while sketching shoreline, cor
oner's jury decided.
Chief Healey in Police Bulletin
commended Policeman John Leonard
for capturing two bulbars.
Five South Side men held after ar
rest in auto. Owner of machine un
known. Battled with police half
Richard Walter, 1153 Milton, came
to police station to settle argument
Held as horse thief.
Judge Henry Freeman, who has
not sat on bench since 1913, dropped
from county payroll.
Cassius M. Carr, 527 E. 24th, freed
"on charge of practicing dentistry
Peter Van Woerden, Hammond,
Ind., clergyman without pastorage,
freed on disorderly charge before
Florence Seltenstein, 5737 Prairie
av., hit by auto driven by Henderson
Decker, 6249 Cottage Grove av.
Judge Edmund Jarecki, speeders'
'court, leaves tomorrow for Wis
consin on vacation.
Elsie Krantz, 1654 School, fell
"from rear of motorcycle of Leonard
Johnston, 1102 Cornelia av. Dead.
Walter Sweeney, 2704 Park av.
dead. Shot in attempted holdup.
Companion also killed.
Noah Hennings, justice of peace,
Norwood Park, acquitted when tried
for conspiracy. Charged with tak
ing graft for protecting "blind pig."
"Dishonest employes will walk the
plank." Mayor Thompson's com
ment on State's Att'y Hoyne's graft
Eugene Leithersmer, 60 years old
and blind, called on police for shelter
when evicted from hotel.
Mrs. Clara Shepard boomed for job
as member of board of education.
Mrs. Florence Mason, 4648 Indiana
av., called neighbors when negro took
pocketbook from kitchen. Intruder
Horse believed rabid bit Eli Petish,
10731 Hoxie av., on face. Shot by po
liceman. Stewart Patterson, fire insurance
broker, killed near Medford, Ore.
Mrs. Juliet Cunningham, 1134 W.
61st seriously hurt Lightning struck
Examination of character should
be directed at prospective bar candi
dates declared Mitchell Follansbee,
retiring head Bar ass'n.
Dora Peterson, 24, 4715 Indiana av.,
suicide. Poison Love affair.
Sanitary district trustees to meet
representatives of stockyards pack
ing firms over fate of Bubby creek,
George Marwood, farmer, Mont
clare, shot self in head. Reason un
known. Two men and two girls scratched
when auto turned turtle at 48th and
Archer av. Horace Dandurand, 4117
Vincennes av., driver.
Three hundred girls in building
roused from bed. Rubbish in base
ment of Jos. Grein's saloon, 126 W.
Mrs. Edith B. Ahnefeld suing for
annulment of mamage. Says hus-
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