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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:51; sunset, 6:59.
This is peach week. Grocers are
supposed to knock off price a little.
Wm. Diehl, Sioux Falls, S. D., land
promoter, found unconscious in front
of Kaiserhof hotel. Believed drugged.
Chicago and Cook count real estate
boards will support injunction and
abatement and Kate Adams laws reg
ulating immoral resorts and women.
Three more honor prisoners ran
away from Joliet pen.
Edw. Hill, would-be suicide who
leaped from Rush st bridge, saved by
human chain of Policemen O'Neil and
Conley and Bridgetender Sloke.
Florence Siekierska, 5, 1437 Dick
son struck by Ashland av. car;
Two firemen of Truck Co. No. 33
injured when truck overturned re
sponding to false alarm.
Frank Curry, 576 Willow, had both
feet crushed by Chicago & Milwau
kee electric train at Noyes station.
Pell from platform.
Frank Calkins, chauffeur, arrested
for flirting with Evanston's police
woman, discharged because of error
in warrant Rearrested.
Lake Bluff residents think accounts
of Miss Elizabeth Ross, postmistress,
will straighten out. Says she is poor
bookkeeper. $400 short.
Park Ward, Diversey beach life
guard, badly hurt jumping from boat
to rescue swimmer.
Police find no clue to Louie Wilson,
young actress who disappeared few
Margaret Gardeli and Elizabeth
Osuchowski, 958-960 N. Hoyne. bit
ten by cat. Rabies feared.
Fifteen suspects held following the
wounding by shot of Carl Simmons,
Oak Park, cashier of American Post
ing Service Co.
Police find partly clad unidentified
body in lake. Bruise on temple.
A. A. Reed, farmer, Clinton, III.,
left for Chicago with $25,000 to buy
land. Not seen since Tuesday.
J. J. Regan, 632 S. State, arrested
for passing bad checks.
Terence, 7 months, son of Terence
McGuigan, won baby show first prize
at Irish Counties' picnic, Gardner's
W. A. Newbey, 609 Diversey pkwy.,
passenger on motorcycle, killed when fuj
rence. V. S. Kellender, 6012 Harper
av., driver of cycle, had just bought it
Mrs. Ada Lathey, 2214 S. Wabash,
expired on way to hospital. Abdom
Jas. J. Cousins confessed, say po
lice, he with three men who killed
Thos. Morrison, St Paul road special
policeman, at Rondout in May.
Mrs. Peter Dudley, 156 E. Superior,
lost nephew in war,
Halsted car jumped track at Archer
av. Hit another car. Score slightly
Romoser, 1224 N. Washte
naw av., and Julia Dunleavy, 2631 W.
Division, drowned at Paw Paw Lake,
Mich. Canoe upset.
C. V. Burnson, 22 W. 112th, believ
ed drowned at Carr's beach, near
Gary. Was clerk in Union Trust Co.
Mrs. M. G. Dalton, 5640 Winthrop
av., takes chance of losing $10,000
bequest to sue for $250,000.
Five boys arrested by Desplaines
station police. Ice box and porch
E. E. Cunningham, Ohio student,
had pocket picked on Madison st
$19. Afraid to make outcry for fear
of being maltreated
Report that mayor had been injur
ed in auto accident proven false. aj
Unidentified man badly cut in fight
in Paulos' saloon, 848 W. North av.,
Goose Island. Was celebrating Ger
man victory with friends.
Archibald Burns, 1706 N. Western
av., suicided. Out of work. Wife and
son had left him.
Christ Walter, 1319 N. Halsted, had
skull fractured in war argument with
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