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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:02; sunset, 6:44.
Wm. Roskin found a nude baby
boy, two or three days old, whapped
in newspaper, on doorstep, 7215 Em
erald av. Never wokfe-up until it had
been taken to St Vincent's Infant
Ass't State's Att'y Johnston says
efforts are being made to tamper with
state's witnesses against Former Po
lice Captain J. J. Halpin, whose trial
for accepting bribes is about to begin.
Henry Weber, 221 S. Racine av.,
arrested after gun battle with police.
' Wanted for attempted holdup.
" Steel boom of derrick working on
new Jackson blvd. bridge, broke.
Dropped six tons of iron into river.
Joseph Cohen, 3711 S. Halsted, ar
rested as pickpocket F. W. Fogel
strom, 1650 N. Kedvale av., lost wal
let Alfred Anderson, 6106 & Sanga
mon, lost $8 to trio of armed holdup
men in Englewood district.
Raymond O'Boyle, 9, 4218 S. Tal
man av., died at County hospital. Cut
foot while wading in Sherman park.
Harvey P. Jones, 2111 S. Peoria,
fined $100 and costs. Collected
bribes from peddlers in guise of city
John Black, 4524 S. Michigan av.,
reported loss of 1,800 in jewelry and
silver from home. Burglars.
George Silver, saloonkeeper, 20 N.
Dearborn, told police he lost $1,500
Clinton Deckerd, Rainelle, W. Va.,
lost wife and money in big city. Re
porting cash missing 'at central sta
tion, found wife there.
Two new good counterfeits in the
hands of federal authorities. First
National bank of Omaha $5 and $2
When auto light went out, Dr. H.
P. Hayward, Valparaiso, Ind., sat on
hood of auto and held electric flash
light to light road while companion
drove car on sick calL
All bids for garbage disposal un
satisfactory. City may erect its own
garbage disposal plant
J. H. Walker, lawyer asd heir,
asked court to appoint him a guar
dian as he was afraid he could not
invest money properly.
Roy M. Shayne, son of J. T.
Shayne, furrier, praises wife who is
suing for divorce.
Mrs. Mary Udaykee, 10112 Racine
av., reported to police her star board
er, Joe Tauzleck, "Lovey Joe," had
stolen $85, her savings of 5 years.
Genevieve Duller, 2236 W. Su
perior, biten by St Bernard dog said
to have been suffering from rabies.
Grace Carr, 3715 Neva av., saved
2-months'-old baby from fire at 3924
Emile Pathe, known as Thomas
Edison of Europe, visiting Chicago.
O. O. H. Weidner, lawyer, two years
ago appointed superintendent of na
tional cemetery. Did not know of
appointment till yesterday. First
commission got lost in mails.
Miss Alice H. Thompson, lawyer,
will be one of lawyers to defend Rus
sell Pethrick, alleged murderer of
Mrs. Ella Coppersmith and her 2-year-old
boy, April 26. Clarence
Darrow and Francis Callahan his
Wm. G. Stevens, 1903 Park av.,
quarreled with wife. Suicide. Gas.
Chicago bankers deny knowledge
of $30,000,000 loan which New York
Herald says was made here in favor
of German cause.
Friends of Mayor Thompson say he
wants to be the first man to join
army camp for business men if one is
founded in west
Peter J. Krakowski. and wife held
on charge of contributing to the de
linquency of Miss Beatrice Byron,
919 W. 35th, girl found unconscious
in his home. Claims to be doctor.
B. H. Rifenbark, 2242 S. Michigan
av., arrested on .charge of Hood Tire
Co., 2005 S. Michigan av., that h