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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO '
Sunrise, 4:28; sunset, 7:23.
$1,000 bond of Chas. F. Mills,
charged with confidence game, for
feited when he did not appear' in S.
Clark police court. ""--,
Man arrested for insulting women
i in street car. Gave name J. A. Wil
son, Hyde Park hotel.
Second Regiment, I. N. C 950 men,
leave for annual encampment, Camp
Dunne, Dixon, 111., tonight
Mrs. Edna Summerville, 23, 1116
S. Leavitt, bride of a few months, ar
Tested Ogden, Utah, police say hus
band stole valuables from aunt
Martin Hess, 3260 Fullerton, de
tected two men stealing stained glass
from office. They fled.
Dr. W. S. Pickard appointed health
officer Maywood, succeeding Dr.
Geo. Baldwin, 19, 1333 Ardmore,
alleged to have attempted to pass
Maywood will hold special election
Aug. 7 to vote on special $26,000 pav
John Ryberg and Louis Wenziel
found guilty pf breaking mto boxcar.
W. E. Thorne, 7400 Harvard av.,
appointed attorney to city treasurer.
Saloon license Greniewick & Zak
rzewskj, 12105 S. Halsted, and pool
room license, A. Taylor, 4014 S. State,
revoked. Gambling charged.
Will recount ballots cast in defeat
ing $1,000,000 bond for completion of
O. L. Hopson taken into custody
for federal officials of Portland, Ore.
Charged with defrauding mails. Is
officer of U. S. Cashier Co.
Government closed case against
jPietro Mecca, alleged writer of Black
'Hand letter. Judge Landis' court
Mrs. Leah Lalonde, 718 N. Clark, in
i serious conditions result of fall three
Max Desmond, taxi driver, 6026
Blackstone av., injured spine when
three autos and street car crashed.
Carl Nelson, 410 W. Oak, dismissed
when Mrs. E. England, 902 TownsendV
who accused him of attack, did nott
appear in court
John Stukel, 606 Belden av., and.
Benj. White, 638 N. St. Louis av., arr
rested. Charged with stealing canned"
goods from Reid, Murdoch & Co.
Otto Danielson, 20, 2709 Leland av.K A
dead. Street car fractured skulL
After week's effort still but 8 jurors
selected in Judge O'Connor's court to
try alleged police grafters. ;
Victor Castellazzi, 709 N. Dearborn
asks police to search for Geo. Cob
ling, roomer, who disappeared about"1
time $115 cash and jewelry did. "j
Twenty-three Montenegrins and
Serbs, witnesses in neutrality viola-i
tions cases, released on own recog
nizance. North Shore Leader, Rogers park,
made first appearance today. Fred
Hunt editor. Will compete with,
North Shore News, published by
Harry Hunt a brother.
Patrick Fergus, 161 Chester,,
bought bottle wine. Son Thomas, 6
got bottle. Dead.
Police interrupted merry party off
men and women in bachelor apart-
ments, 4643 Maiden av. Men said
they had picked up girls in Green
Mill Gardens. j
Louis Lumley, 19, E. Marquett rd.
kicked in stomach by horse. Internal
Council committee on harbors in-j,
vestigatlng feasibility of acquiring ri-
parian rights along Lake Calumet
E. H. Richardson, 18, colored,
drdwned, foot 26th. ,
Two men arrested in Toulon, III.,
confessed theft of J. H. Humphrey's a
auto, 6912 S. Park av.-
Police probing story of Elizabeths
Thorbold, 342 Swan, who said she '
was taken to picnic and attacked, ,-y
Judge Fisher fined four Woodlawn.
druggists for selling liquor.
Harry. Dobbins, pinched while elop-
ing for speeding, discharged by judge
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