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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:09; sunset, 6:34.
Steamship United Shores to be
tested this morning off Van Buren st
Chicago police-asked to look for
Edith Benton, 18, who left home in
Albany, Ind., to see Charley Chaplin
Theo. Oehne, indicted for improper
use of mails, gave $2,000 bond before
Judge Thomson to hear arguments
for change of venue made by Cap't
Halpin, on trial for police graft
State grand jury to make final re
port this morning. May recommend
change in operation of juvenile court
John T. Fleming, ass't state's att'y,
who broke dpwn after trial of Egan
and O'Brien, getting well at Mercy
Five men arrested in room at 146
N. Clark and seven in room at 110 S.
Clark; two men charged with keeping
John Fleming, 943 Wells, got $7, his
week's pay, last night. Gave $2 to
man with gun a foot long in alley at
State and Washington.
Three employes of Wells-Fargo Ex
press Co. booked at detective bureau
for swinding company out of money
Majestic Bldg. Co. wants injunction
to restrain collection of taxes. Al
leges wrong assessment was made.
Mrs. Antonia Mikkelson suing Nels
Carlson for $10,000. Says she was
bitten by his dog.
Dis't Att'y Clyne says grand jury
will have completed Eastland probe
by end of week. Expects indictments
Walter Wilhinski, 7, Cicero, died
after fall on sidewalk. Playing with
Police of Southwest Side looking
for woman who is fleecing merchants
out of small sums with bogus checks.
Jas. Day, grape juice man at Lud
ington, Mich., proposed to woman at
Wilson and Broadway. Lacked up.
Discharged by judge.
Frank Wilson, Maywood policeman,
had leg of trousers eaten by pet alli
gator, which is being kept in station
Clarence Botteron, 2142 Dayton,
fined $10 for working at architect
Dr. Otto Schukat and wife, 1600 N.
La Salle, discharged in court. Or
rested for fighting.
Mrs. Mary Dausch, 1323 Wells,
held to grand jury for performing
abortion. Charged $15.
20th annual reunion of descend
ants of Herman and Maartje Ton,
married 1859, today in Calumet
Grove, Blue Island.
Robt. King, salesman, 7359 Yale
av., died of strangulation following
C. L. Stevens, 6604 Blackstone av.f
arrested for obtaining mdse. from
store on false pretenses.
City employes working on 47th st
pier think they saw body of woman
in lake. Unable to recover it
Ashland-Twelfth Street bank, for
mer Lorimer institution, to pay 20
per cent cash immediately, Judge Ar
Joseph Wisnewski , 60, Norwood
Park, took poison when wife up
braided him for drinking. Dead.
Julia Gallagher, 56, 1359 W. Adams,
killed by auto of Mrs. Edna True,
5338 Kenmore av., at Lake Shore and
Webster av. Chauffeur arrested.
N. Bolotin, 1037 Washburne av., di
rector Orthodox Jewish Charities, ar
rested. Stock certificates intrusted
with him disappeared, claim.
Cook ounty farmers asked U. S.
Att'y Clyne's aid to lift "foot and
mouth disease" quarantine. Can't
gather crops is claim.
Aid. Block of small parks commis
sion told south shore residents they
would have beach near 79th and lake.
Examining organs in body of Mrs.
Ana Hickman, 73 Kinzie st, who died
suddenly Suspect poison.
Lee Wilcox, 4150 N. Kildare av.,
in. court charged with contributing to