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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:36; sunset, 7:17.
Young woman mysteriously slain
in rooming house at 1252 N. La Salle.
Police and doctors disagree as to the
exact cause of death- Victim's
Hugo Ascanio, 11, struck by auto.
Skull fractured. Chauffeur held.
Mrs. Risinger, wife of dentist at 25
E. Washington, asks divorce. Charges
A. C. Drake, pres. Drake Auto Co.,
cited for contempt of court at Paris,
m. Is now in France.
Mrs. E. L. Prince, 43, 6713 Sheri
dan rd., suicide. Gas. Despondent.
Coroner's jury exonerated August
and Adam Schreiber, suspected of
murdering Albert Gleishner, at 3223
S. Racine av.
Continental and Commercial Na
tional bank filed $10,000 suit on
promissory note against Rosehill
Wm. L. Lirthardt, secretary to Po
lice Chief Healey, fishing in Wiscon
sin. Alex Malezewicz suing Morris &
Co. for $10,000 for loss Of eye.
Three alleged pickpockets captured
by carmen and policemen on Clark
Thos. F. Maher, driver engine com
pany No. 41, accused before civil
service trial board of acting disorder
ly in Grand opera house women's
E. C. Racey, civil service commis
sion, presented with gold star, dia
Policeman J. J. Royce praised for
coolness and courage m stopping
runaway horse, Randolph and Michi
D. R. Richberg, retained as special
counsel for aldermanic committee,
about to press suit against Peoples
Gas Light & Coke Co. for violation of
J. W. Rich, salesman Swift & Co.,
missing. Last seen near company's
Twenty-six baby bonds of $100 de
nomination sold yesterday.
Samuel French, 83, real estate
man, struck by auto, Washington
and Dearborn. Badly hurt Car
driven by H. Slaughter, Dixon, HI.
Harry Lisky, trustee of board of
education and editor of Jewish '
Courier .denied that he was worth
$150,000, as charged by editor of
Harry Marks, said to be notorious
pickpocket, held in Cincinnati. Want
ed for jumping bond.
Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Floto
circus in town for Saturday and Sun
day. White City.
Mrs. Carter H. Harrison wrote let
ter to Police Justice Boyer saying she
had speedometer examined. Was ar
rested for speeding in Evanston.
Phone company giving operators
peace songs put out by Natl Choral
Jubilee, which is trying to arouse
peace sentiment by songs.
William Kubbeler, teamster for W.
Shapiro, 902 S. Hermitage av., badly
hurt when wogan hit "L" upright at
Market and Randolph.
Alfred Mitchel, said to be wanted
for $1,200 bank theft in Providence,
R, L, arrested in Hotel Kaiserhof.
City Comptroller Eugene R. Pike
expected back from exposition Mon
day. "Ruth," pet cat of 35th st. station,
killed under wheels of new auto
Miss Josephine Tucholski and Ja
cob Salamonski, 8389 Bond av., sent
to Bridewell for three months. Seri
William Hoftman, 18, 3221 Lowe
av., arrested; wife desertion charge.
Tadeusz Trydrychowrcz, 6, 1227 W.
31st pL, instantly killed under wheels
of Armour & Co. wagon. ,
Mrs. William Wilkins, 3812 W. 82d,
died of shock caused by collision of
her auto and street car week ago.
Mrs. Sarah Watson, 8 W. 22d, ne
gress, held for alleged theft of lact