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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:55; sunset, 6:55.
Mrs. Wm. KJnchlow, 2030 S. Dear
born, arrested today for stealing two
dresses frim Siegel-Cooper's. Book
ed for larceny.
Geo. Roeder, 23, 3713 N. Halsted,
pinched on charge of passing bum
$10 check two months ago.
Dry Chicago Federation plans enor
mous dry parade for early October.
County Com. Frank Ragen operat
ed upon at Rhodes Av. hospital.
Pocket of M. E. Wolfe, 1633 Leland
av., picked, $57, Adams "L" station.
P. C. Hanna, U. S. consul general
at Monterey, Mex., in city.
Barber Supply Dealers' ass'n in
session at Hotel LaSalle.
Scandinavian Brotherhood of
America meeting at Hotel Sherman.
Man believed insane arrested act
ing queerly near the Eastland hulk.
L. Spink, manager Howard's sa
loon, 28 E. Jackson blvd., fined $25
for runing punchboard.
Wife suing J. K. McDearmon, St
Louis, for divorce, says he has $65,
Man representing self as Jacob
Cohn, 1250 S. Halsted, swindled loop
stores of merchandise. "Not repre
senting me," said real Cohn.
Harbor Master A. F. Weckler order
ed investigation of Capt. Henry How
ard of tug Alice Stratford, said to
have made no attempt to recover
body seen floating in river.
Mrs. Mary Misenhammer, missing
charity worker, returned to home.
Only visiting in Kankakee.
Fred Cors, brought back from
Oakland, CaL, to face chargeof steal
ing $10,000 in gems from home of
Mrs. W. N. Selig, 2430 Lake View av.,
where he was butler.
Michael Noonan, 6615 S. Lincoln
av., dead. Ate toadstools for musk
rooms. Mrs. Marv Williams. 2627 S. La
Salle, stricken dead with heart dis
ease when about to enter friend's
Walter Austin, broker, 1459 E. 53d,
arrested for failure to pay taxi bill.
Fred Fisher and Jos. Benzer, alleg
ed pickpockets, arrested on Ashland
Isadore H. Star and Stephen Bish
op, 3235 W. 12th, held in $2,000
bonds. Charged with operating
"fence" for stolen autos.
John Thomas, negro, arrested in
park, found to be wearing six shirts
and three pairs of trousers. Didn't
have suitcase to carry them in," he
told Judge Graham. Discharged.
Arthur Mueller, 1826 Lincoln av.,
fell dead while sitting on porch.
Jos Slava, 8, 1514 Fleetwood,
reached for speck of bubble foam
floating in river. Drowned.
Robbers took five auto tires from
Mrs. E. C. Enerson's garage, Wil
mette, became frightened and left
them at Linden av. "L" station.
Eastland disaster will be discussed
at public safety meeting, Garrick
theater, Friday afternoon.
Mrs. W. P. Burtt, 6053 S. Peoria,
opened door to see negro standing
there, gun in hand. Slammed door
in his face. He fled.
State's Att'y Hoyne asked Gov.
Dunne for pardon of Isadore Wex
ler and Nathan Steinberg whose tes
timony convicting Police Capt Jas.
Storen and Detective Sergt Michael
Weisbaum was given in promise ol
Evanston jury deadlocked over the
case of Frank Calkins, chauffeur,
who took policewoman joy-riding.
He says she flirted.
John Jones, wise guy from coun
try, arrested walking with woman.
Thought detectives thieves.
Shortage of Jed Pearson, alleged
"bucket shop" operator on board of
trade, going up. Now near $40,000.
Ferdinand Kruger, 59, 5432 Aber
deen, suicided with poison. Out of
Hozana Sargis, machinist in Dick
over's garage, 922 Independence av.,