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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:06; sunset, 6:39.
Mrs. Alice Tong booked as keeper
of disorderly house, 532 Federal
Burglars blew safe Morton Salt
Co., 717 Railway-, Exchange bldg.
Miss Rose G. Friedman and An
thony Pirrelo, 307 W. Division, injur
ed by auto of L. M. Lamar, 2252 S.
Anna Roseman, 20, and Chas.
Freeman, 1325 Congress, arrested
flipping freight train. Anna was
dressed in men's clothes.
"Sig" Howard, 24, 169 W. Chicago
av., chauffeur, stabbed in chest
Won't tell who did it
R. C. Piper, former basketball star
of Northwestern university, wedded
Miss Elsie Green, Kansas City, on
deathbed. Died 10 minutes later.
Because her husband insisted on
going to ball game yesterday when
she did not want him to go, Mrs.
Frank Dillon, Forest Park, committed
Mrs. Anna Daniels, 3510 Grand
blvd, hit by auto at Monroe and 'Wa
bash av. Harry Metcalf, 633 Uni
versity av., driver, locked up.
Mrs. Bridget Finan, 1123 E. 81st,
gave birth to baby in patrol of Hyde
Frank Cutarani, 620 Throop st,
shot twice when he resisted holdup
men. Not serious.
William Gotlieb, attorney, brought
back from Cleveland, O., to face
"con" game charge of Adolph Gies
ler, 1048 N. Paulina.
Joseph Lensky, 72, 2645 S. Spauld
ing av., fell down stairs Aug. 15.
Burglars got $1,000 in plunder
from home of William Williams, 5824
Michael Balkintur, 1313 S. Jeffer
son, stabbed twice at Sangamon and
Maxwell. Assailants escaped.
Andrew Tankus, 815 Milton av., lost
$15 to gang of dozen men wno at
t eked him at Milton and Chicago av.
Lincoln Park Policeman John C
Weckler, 65, hurt when bicycle col
lided with auto of H. A, Umbreit, 2616
George Polk, 420 Rush, found in
house, severely cut, dead. George
Clark, roommate, held by police.
Vito Delic, 843 Cambridge av., shot
in left side by gun accidentally dis
charged in saloon of S. Ventingia, 876
Ben Jenkins and Oliver Glen, ne
groes, arrested for stealing pocket
book from Anna Blackman, 4135
Langley av., at 42d and Michigan.
Philip Pryor, chauffeur, 354 E. 24th,
arrested on warrant of aunt, Dora La
BosBiere. Says he took watch.
Frank Wroba, 1116 Diversey pkwy.,
and John Kottosky, 1214 S. Union av.,
quarreled over war. Four stabbed.
Charles Greenberer. 10. 1147 S. Mor-
Lgan, chased rat Stepped on its taiL
Bitten on anuie.
Frank Schultz, 1433 S. Sangamon,
beat up man who he thought robbed
him of $8. Arrested for assault Vic
tim in hospital
Louis Gross, 1302, W. 13th, rented
barn to Sam Sitvisoline. Barn burnt
Police seeking Sam.
Motorcycle Policeman ' Thomas
Kearns, Oak Park, hit iron pipe in
road. Leg cut
Petitions against heavy assess
ments being prepared by residents of
Berwyn. Ask Assessor Joseph Mq
Cauley to resign.
Jos. Shapiro, 1210 Millard av., has
heart on right side, liver on left,
stomach turned around. Does not
Mrs. Dorothy Warren, 18, 516 En
glewood av., seized by 4 men, bound,
gagged, dragged to prairie andat
tacked. 5,000 Serbians, Croatians and Sla
vonians met at Bohemian Turner
hall, 2619 Lawndale av., yesterday
and cheered "United Slavia."
Representatives of 10.000 work-
ingmen in West Side, auditorium yes-