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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:26; sunset. 7:26.,
Miss Elizabeth, 18, 1923 Shelby ct.,
shot self on doorstep of sweetheart,
Edw. Kubat, 1930-S. Morgan. Dead.
John Peterson, 19 S. Morgan, fell
down stairs Fractured skull.
Martin Hirada, 4749 Loomis, killed,
and two other men wounded in fight
at christening of John Bohopin's
baby at 4808 Loomis st.
Mrs. Loretta Wendt, 3254 N. Oak
ley av., attempted suicide. Homesick
for country. Revived.
Richard Huehn, 1620 Farrell av.,
pounded head of negro burglar he
found in home. Hurt hands. Intru
Mrs. Susan Nape, 463 W. Division,
deserted by husband, tried to kill self
with poison. Has 4 small children.
Former Judge Waterman fighting
attempt of relatives to get conserva
tor to take care of estate.
Body of Morris Sangernam, 2624
Mildred av., tailor, taken from lake.
Believed suicide. HI health.
L. Paterson, Grimson, Ga., took a
taxi ride with new-found friends.
Misses $85 and watch.
Mrs. C. A. Morse, owner of bldg.
rt 6037 Blackstone av., had John Mc
('auley, former tenant, arrested for
Anna Kasal, 5 month, 1541 W. 18th,
found suffocated in crib by mother.
Mrs. Angelina Mazzora, 744 N.
Harding av., struck by stolen auto.
Catherine Andizewski, 9, died in
hospital. Struck by keg thrown from
truck which collided with street car.
Mrs. Alvin Jockich, 4506 Washing
ton blvd., attacked thief she found in
aome. He got $500 and baby's bank.
Three men injured in collision be
.ween 2 autos and motorcycle at W.
57th and S. Halsted.
Victor Polakow, real estate, 100 S.
Dearborn, badly hurt. Car turned
urtle at Engelside, DL
Marie Reimer, 17, 3551 Wilson,
eized by undertow. Rescued.
Ministers praised Mayor Thompson '
for strike proclamation recommend- .
ing religious services should thank '
God for end of strike.
Hammond, Ind., police to arrest t
girls riding on rear of motorcycles U
with short skirts. v
Dr. Chas. Reed of Wesley Memorial
hospital and Dr. Jas Vorhees of Cor- ;
nell "U" announce success of regu- '
lating births. Call it "setting pendu- '
lum of clock to swinging."
Mrs. Mary Armor, famous dry
speaker from Georgia, thrilled two
big crowds at Coliseum.
T. Roosevelt to be in Chicago 2 '
Tiours tonight On way from N. Y.
to San Francisco to attend fair.
Woman told policeman she left $400 '
in purse on Chicago av. car. Police ,
stopped all cars and found purse.
Geo. Swift, 206 E. 41st, robbed. 1
Was left undershirt and shoes. Ar- '
rested. To tell story to judge.
Geo. Gutsrneidl, 1025 Mohawk. t
taken with cramps at Wilson beach.
Revived in 2 hours. -,
Wife tipped off police that husband t
was playing poker at Jackson Park
Club, 6312 Stony Island av. Five men "
Chas. Swoboda, 3117 S. Kedvale, ;
attacked with heart disease swim-
ming at Diversey. Taken out dead.
Two suspected of having blown -Midway
gardens safe released. j
Chas. Messner, 71, 7350 S. Halsted,
found dead in bed. a
Angelo Inalizzo, 2130 W. 35th, dead.
Hit on head by negro robber. Frac
tured skull. Henry Findley held for jA
Gen. Don Emiliano Chamorro, Nic
araguan minister, here to confer with n
Phosphorus found on floor vacant
building at 822 . Wabash av., dam- ,
aged $5,000 by fire. Will investigate. C
Anthony Kamwicki, 2323 Franklin,
painter, dead. Fell from scaffold.
Julius Levy, 1137 N. Central Park
av.; John O'ConneD, 4015 N. Paulina,