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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:28; sunset, 7:23.
C. E. Pegley, chemist, 212 E. On
tario, bitten by dog. Dressed wound
and went home.
Government case.against John Ry
berg and Louis Welzieh- closed. Ver
dict this morning. Charged- with
stealing from interstate shipment
Aid. John Toman came out on the
side of cate yesterday in council fight
to eliminate homeless felines. Says
taxpayers would have to feed rats.
Crime on decrease for two weeks,
said Chief Heaely.
Will disposing $2,000,000 estate of
Julius Lowenthal, head of bond firm,
admitted to probate. $30,000 to char
ity. Catholic bishop of Chicago started
suit to prevent conducting of grocery
across from St. Helen's Catholic
of 23 Montenegrins held as
witnesses for government against
Montenegro enlistment agents re
leased on bonds. Others out soon.
W. T. Hopkins, whose auto struck
Chief Heajey and who was arrested
on 3 charges, fined $25.
Edythe Fuller, 3140 W. Monroe,
asked Chief Healey to search for Mr.
Thomas and Mr. Ayres. Said they
visited father's farm in Iowa in 1880.
Further selection of jurors in po
lice graft trial postponed because of
lack of veniremen.
Mrs. Margaret O'Grady, 2768 Os
good, wants husband put In jail ror
failure to pay alimony. Says sne
once sold him to women for $500.
Police probing to find why revol
ver was fired in house at 1109 Cha
John Elson, 4115 Broadway, ar
rested. Charged with $100 embezzle
ment by Clarence Young, druggist.
Leland and Kenmore.
Body of Jacob Alt, hodcarrier,
found across third rail at incline to
Northwestern "L" at Virginia and
Wilson. Police think he was trying
to get train. j
Dispatch from Cedar Lake says
Jas. Kapoun, 18, 1517 W. 18th, .
drowned in swimming.
Frank Lavin, 13, 1651 S. Hardin
av., drowned in clay hole at 16th and.
Kildare. Body recovered.
State board of health taking care .
of "Typhoid Mary," high school
restaurant cook who started Oak y
Florence Downs, 19, 1749 N. Hoyne
av., rescued by Chas. Fluger, Diversey
beach life guard. Swept into deep
Coroner's jury decided Margaret
Quigley, 4328 W. Van Buren, died of
meningitis. Thought at first pto
Nicholas Kolbutchie, 744 Forquer,
found unconscious in gas-filled room.
Said he accidentally kicked stove
William Pursell arrested for iumn-
ing in Ogden park lagoon to amuse
kid. Jumped into Lincoln park lagoon
year ago. Told by court to go in
Three men hurt when waeron was
struck by 59th st. car at Stewart av.
Policeman Pelliter and Police Op
erator Reardon, S. Clark st station,
hurt when auto which they were driv
ing ran into another.
Edward Johnson, Commonwealth
Edison lineman, touched live wire and
was thrown from 20-foot pole at E.
62d and Woodlawn. Left leg and
Miss Blanche Archibald, 20, 464 W.
33d, eloped to Crown Point with Joe
Kim, 45, Korean keeper of Chinese
Loretta Doyle, 2008 W. Ohio, held v
till police can probe death of Adolph vj
Carlson. 821 N. Francisco. Said tn
have been with her lO.mlnutes before
Julius Ducay, Jr., 761 Kolmar av.,
fell from second floor of home. Frac
tured skull. Died instantly
Harold Dobbins, 17, eloped with
Helen Waters, 17, 1619 Fargo av. For-' ,