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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO--
-Sunrise, 4:32; sunset, 7:20.
Harry Eng Hong, "Handsome
Harry of Chinatown," being tried for
, murder of Mock Chung.
Calvin Turrentine pleaded guilty to
impersonating U. S. officer.
City civil service commission plan
.ning probe of city collector's office as
Chas. White, 6150- Kilpatricjc av.,
chauffeur for Actress Peggy O'Neil,
hit safety island, Michigan blvd.
Mrs. Ada Hoff, 2231 Ford av., over
come by gas. Accidental Revived.
Capt M. Ziramer. Fillmore st sta
tion, ordered arrest of all sidewalk
Frank Herceg, 214 E. 115th, dead,
Albert Bowers, 11942 Parnell av.,
seriously injured. Auto started while
Four years ago 2 men were sent
to Joliet for murder of Policeman
Patrick Duffy. Harry Mason con
fessed in Atlanta he did crime.
Health Commissioner Robertson
surveying city for mosquito breeding
Louts Schultz, 170 W. Chestnut,
Peter Lanzini and wife, Glencoe,
fined $25 and costs each. Blind pig.
Oscar Lunquist, tailor, 713 5. Ma
rion, Oak Park, dropped dead. Heart
Mrs. Tavellina Falkovitz, fortune
teller 638 Milwaukee av., arrested.
Jacob Herbest, 1908 Belmont av.,
says she- got $20.
Suit for $15,000 filed against Igna
tius Kilinski, 1509 W. Chicago av.
Mrs. Jennie Hamrock, 3406 W- North
av., hit by auto. i
Mrs. Mary Bidlawska, 63, 2140 Ho
mer, dead. Burned. Clothes caught
fire from gas stove.
Mrs. Marion Schwartz, 5227 N.
Clark, freed on worthless check
charge. John Bornhofen, 1407 De- I
von av., refused to prosecute. '
Uros Cruitzs, 2103 Clybourn av.,
teamster, fined $15 and costs. Beat
horse with barbed wire.
Mrs. Amelia Berlinger, 58, 645 Oak
dale av., dead. Overdose of sleeping
powder, blamed. -
. A. V. Miller, arrested for alleged
theft of diamond ring from John T.
Lynn, 5643 Wayne av., in loop saloon,
George Jackson, chauffeur for
Louis Florsheim of Florsheim Shoe
Co., fined $10 for speeding. Two
girls hurt in auto crash.
Auto Accidents Dead: Daniel Be
lasco, 417 S. Central Park av.; H. W.
Anderson, 1827 Michigan av. Injured:
Miss Anna Drayheim, Mrs. Fred Dray
heim, 3420 Colorado av.; Simon Wes
terfeld, 2028 Lemoyne av.; H. L.
Scriba, 23 S. Oakley av.; Miss Rose
Hardenbrook, 6223 Woodlawn av.;
Walter Wright, 6626 Kenwood av.
Mrs. Walter Wright, Max Schatt
Mrs. Chas. J. King, 4412 Sheridan
rd., found negro' in bedroom. Dropped
$1,000 of loot when he fled.
Hire in H. J. Karstens & Co.'s hay
and grain bldg., Franklin and Erie
Receivers asked for Natalby's cafe,
23 W. Randolph.
Tax assessments of Medill McCor
mick and wife reduced $243,000 by
board of review.
Among thousands of unclosed cases
in probate court are many of persons
killed in Iroquois theater fire, 1903.
O. W. Carter, Kansas City, told po
lice he had found Belle Gunness, once
head of Laporte, Ind., murder farm.
Later Kansas iodge, A. F. & A. M.,
wired representative was on way to
care for Carter.
Ceo. M. Wilshire, 5516 Cornell
av., awarded $40,000 in Ciacinnati
Jay J. McCarthy of Aero Club of
I1L has attacked Rep. Jas. A. Mann
for opposition to appropriations for
Kurst Harding, 20, 912 Diversey
pkwy., did some fancy diving yester-