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INEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:53; sunset, 7:18.
Man attempting to seize bills Mrs.
Anna Jamosik, 631 W. 24th, was
counting, tore $75.
Battalion Chief Michael Driscoll's
new auto balked going to first fire.
Maud, 13-year-old horse, is back in
harness in chief's rig again today.
Daniel Sullivan, 5321 Prairie av.,
fell on sidewalk. Skull fractured.
Boys hid clothes of Abraham and
Wm. Anderson, 8014 Manistee av.,
swimming foot of 76th. Sneaked
home in newspapers. Police found
clothes; started dragging lake for
Jerome Shoop, 3537 Walace, held
up in grocery store; $4.
P. D. Browers, 7953 Marquette av.,
fell from hoisting car, I1L Steel Co.
Policeman Patrick Mulqueen, Stan
ton av. station, hit by street car.
Hubert Fleischer and Miss Helen
Boltz arrested in rooming house, 4508
Federal st. Wanted in Arcadia, Fla.
Mrs. John Mcintosh, 5220 Indiana
av., saw light in room. Suspected
burglars. Dozen police with revolv
ers. Found light caused by defective
electric light bulb.
Coroner's jury unable to decide
identity of body found in drainage
canal at Lemont Open verdict
Mrs. Ada Cantwell, in suit for $8,000
against Arthur Jones, attorney, says
he wooed her, took money 'and mar
Attorneys in case of Ralph Brum
baugh seeking Julia Millahr, third
member of love tangle. Has fled.
Joseph E. Morhardt suing Vano
scope Co. for 1,000,000. Says he lost
amount in" stock deal.
Henry Huch, 14, dove into Calumet
river at 96th st South Chicago.
Failed to rise.
Pictures of other women mentioned
by Mrs. Frederick Glover, 7154 Lowe
av., suing for divorce.
Mrs. Vincenzo Capizeni, 808 Loom
is, fell in home. Died in hospital
Harris Norwich, 1428 S. Central
Park av., and son Maurice, accused
of beating Jas. Loebner, editor Jewish
Record, demanded jury trials.
Mrs. Wm. Barber and 3 children,
312 Wendell, pleaded at Chicago av.
station for assistance. Said hus
band deserted. Police took up col
lection. Harry Edwards, 1102 N. La Salle,
scared negro at window by calling for
Alfred Dupuis, 1006 Davis, Evans
ton, tailor, dead. Heart disease.
Residents of Sheridan rd. opposing
erection of $1,000,000 hotel between
Berwyn and Balmoral
Evanston business men playing de
tectives to get evidence on blind pigs.
Edw. H. Morris, negro attorney,
may be appointed member of board
Body of Kurt Hartung, 912 Diver
sey nkw'y, drowned at Wilson beach
Mrs. Marie Griffin, 451 W. 59th
st, refused to tell suicide motive.
Found in gas-filled room.
Carter Singleterry, Downer's
Grove, missing. 'Police asked to
Coroner's jury over body of John
Claussen, Dolton, HL, directed police
to seek Jerry Halstead, assailant
Comm'r Public Works Moorehouse
ordered 750-foot lifeline stretched
across Clarendon beach.
A. L. Gontier, publisher Ten Story
Book, arrested. Charge sending im
proper literature through mails.
Stockholders defunct La Salle St
Trust & Savings bank to be assessed
double value to pay debts.
Final arguments in federal suit
against bill posting trust heard.
Archbishop Quigley had $35,000 in
surance, $25,000 real estate, $10,000
Silverware found stacked in room
Peter J. Schafer, 4880 Grand, o