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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:59; sunset, 6:49.
Geo. Cartwright, 530 E. 41st, threw
teacup at wife. It struck baby. Ar
rested. Baby badly cut
Police looking for Henry Hoofman,
restaurant owner. Wanted to testify
at inquest over Mrs. Mary Kane, 953
W. 119th, who died of illegal opera
tion. Charges of perjury and conduct un
becoming officer preferred against
Serg't John Dempsey in police dep't
Charges made by state's att'y follow
ing trial of Egan and O'Brien, con
Clarence Tryling, 16, 827 N. Drake
' av., shot by Henry Boegerhoff, pri
vate watchman, while playing in rail
road yards. Boegerhoff arrested.
Search of Eastland completed. No
more bodies found. Searchers found
money in dance hall and barroom.
Police officials who refused to re
sign at chief's request to be taken be
fore civil service board to be exam
ined for physical fitness.
Two safeblowers arrested inspect
' ing safe in cigar store at 32 W. Mon
roe. Made mistake of striking match
which was noticed by policeman.
Policeman Lally told man to move
on at State and Van Buren yester
day. Tried three languages and was
"about to arrest him when he found
"he was a mute.
Two highwaymen even took ticket!
'to show when they robbed G. W.
Heursey, 770 Sebor. Police arrested
"James Frank, who occupied one ol
Jack Cardiff, former welteweight
champion and Sunday convert, gave
boxing exhibition with devil at Moody
church. Preached sermon.
Four one-armed men had fight in
salmon at 615 Madison. All locked up.
Serbian National club will banquet
Aug. 22, Hotel LaSalle, in honor of
Rev. Nikolaj Velimrovich, Belgrade
Eastland will be towed to South
Chicago docks tomorrow.
"Floating morgue" moved away
from Eastland and nets in river
raised. Believed only three bodies
are still in river.
Walter Preisk found dead on porch,
409 W. 115th. Brother, Geo. Priesk,
Richard Yancey, waiter in Univer
sity club, fell from 2d story window
at 10 E. Illinois. Skull crushed.
Mrs. Helen Bolin, 48, 2732 N. Mag
nolia, died in Swedish Mission church
while hymn was being sung.
John R. Thompson, Chicago res
tauranteur, wants to give $100 to
man who will give blood for Adolph
Doleys, his general superintendent,
who is sick.
Mrs. Elizabeth Fiedler, cook at
4837 Kenmore av., suicided with
poison on grave of her son in Mont
rose cemetery. Had ordered double
grave and headstones.
Anton Knudson, arrested while
taking vacation at Paw Paw lake.
Accused of appropriating funds from
saloon of partner.
Melvin Plankington, 4 months,
3944 Argyle av., smothered taking
milk from bottle.
Body of Nick Lillig taken from the
river near Eastland. Was not pas
senger. Thought suicide.
Frank Mulcahy, 640 N. Monticello
av., died from injuries. Fell from car.
Physicians say hay fever season
starts today. Will last 42 days.
Mabel Brown, stenographer, tried to
suicide with gas in room at 6037 Ellis
av. Revived. Despondent
Chas. Havlic, 2463 S. Trumbull av.f
came home late. Upbraided by wife.
Suicided with gas in bathroom.
Victor Meyer, 415 Beethoven pl.f
arrested when he threatened wife
with gun. Drinking.
Geo. Jahns, 1911 Otto, killed when
auto knocked down pole which
struck him on head. Was picnicing.
Arthur Loeb, chauffeur, arrested
and exonerated in connection with,