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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
"Baby" $100 bonds being sold by
mail. Over $50,000 worth disposed or.
Comm'r Public Works Moorehouse
put stop to work of W. J. Newman
Co., installing sewers in new Union
station. Second-hand brick used,
A. Caminetti, U. S. comm'r of im
migration, in Chicago on way to Pa
Bessie McConnell, Kansas City, got
$9,000 verdict against Chicago Rail
ways Co. and Hinchliffe Teaming Co.
Wm. J. Moxley, stockholder in de
funct La Salle Street bank, denied
assets not sufficient to cover loss.
Sunrise, 4:34; sunset, 7:19.
Policeman O'Connor bruised when
he stopped runaway team at 12th and
J. F. Wallace, engineer in charge
of new Union depot project, left for
N. Y. to confer with railroad officials.
Julius Jacobson, 65, 834 Hermi
tage, called in doctor to cure rheu
matism. Physician took $65 and dis
appeared. Ass't State's Att'y Conerty sat on
tack in Desplaines st court Joker
Unidentified man fractured skull.
Walking on 55th near Indiana.
Police looking for William Hoeger,
night clerk of Hyde Park hotel, who
Chief Driscoll, South Chicago fire
battalion, has retired Maud on 8
quarts of oats daily. Now he has auto.
Won't sell horse.
John Witton fined $200 for match
ing pennies with Clariel Gray,
William Block found dead. Gas
in room at 3100 Lyndale av. Reason
Hiram Stern, meat salesman, Vol
untary bankrupt Liabilities $74,000,
Mrs. Stanley Wilk, 1900 W. 119th,
told police that peddler had at
tempted to attack her in home.
Government investigators trying
to find how Max Palenske, ass't
cashier of Drovers' Nat'l bank, spent
money he embezzled.
John Iwanovich, 3117 S. Lawndalef
av., drowned in clay hole at Summit,
111. Working for Santa Fe road. A
Mrs. Mary Meyler, widow, sa.yW
Francis Sullivan, former probata
court clerk, never made accounting
for $4,000 estate. Sullivan has dis
appeared. Len Notter arrested in connection
with shooting of John Oughton irf
gambling resort at 1221 N. Clark st
Benton Kleeman given job as ass't
corporation counsel To receive
$3,000 a year.
Donald Richberg probably to be re
tained as special counsel for city id
fight against Peoples Gas Co. for 1911
Telegram from John Newmoffv
Sparta, 111., asked police to take wife's
picture from Peter Paul, on way to
Two daughters and two grandsons
heirs to $100,000 estate of William
Stoltz, carriage maker.
Wm. N. McDonald, wanted for al
leged $1,200 theft in New York, ari
rested near 838 Windsor av. Woman
also taken into custody.
Members of Rogers Park lifesaving
crew shaken up. Auto in which they
answered aid call collided. Unable td
find distressed boat. T
H. S. Gordon, trustee estate Alex
ander Scully, late steel magnate, filed"
answer to suit of wife for property.
Mrs. Catherine Glover, 7154 Lowe
av., yesterday filed longest bill oIa
divorce ever seen in Cook county cir-
cuit court -t
Band concert and movie show next
Wednesday night in. Stanford park.
Swimming pool opened yesterday. ,:
Adam Fecht, 14, 1408 Elburn, bad
ly hurst. Struck by auto. Driver
Thomas Fink, 134 S. Sangamon;
fined $50. Arrested on complaint o?