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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:10; sunset, 6:23.
Miss Margaret Gallery, who sever
ed artery breakingjvindow to enter
home o: Mrs. Raymond "McGuire",
7032 S. Irving av., discharged, Wom
an refused to prosecute.
Miss Irene White booked as keep
er of alleged disorderly house, 501 N.
Forest Park to vote Sept. 7 on
granting franchise to Chicago and
West Towns Ry. for extension of
Beatrice Allen, actress, fails to
identify Wm. Voelker, Crown Point,
as man who stole her $22,000 dia
monds. Twenty society women may be ar
rested for scheming to defraud gov
ernment by undervaluing imported
Sen. J. Hamilton Lewis says hy
draulic power magnates are delay
ing state water way project
Hoof disease may prevent holding
of fashionable Onwentsia club horse
Dog created panic during movie
show at Methodist camp meeting,
Injured by autos in loop: John
Galli, 223 W. Ohio; Max Bernstein,
9228 S. Paulina; Sylvia Sangerman,
4157 Armitage av.
Miss Florence Johnson, 2128
Fletcher, fainted in loop when she
saw man wearing bloody bandages.
Sam'l Alschuler will assume duties
as federal judge in few weeks.
Catherine Winkleman suing Dr. B.
A. Rotzoll for $15,000. Charges un
skilled treatment of teeth.
Angeline Bangor, 14, 724 Mather,
told Judge Moran that Jas. Petrolis,
ice cream man, Polk and Halsted,
tried to hug and kiss her. Arrested.
Martin Glendon sentenced to 15
days for selling intoxicans to minor
girl in Lynch's saloon, 236 S. Hal
Bted. Frank Greenwich, 2031 W. 23d,
Mid to grand jury on forgery charge.
Acting Battalion Chief C. C. Per
sons and Chauffeur John Wirfs, 9th
battalion, had narrow escape when
their auto hit truck.
F. H. Ganbergen, former president
Lincoln park board, recovering from
Jas. Kelley, 2, 5530 S. Bishop, se
verely burned at bonfire.
W. M. Krimbill, 9412 Longwood
drive, kidnapped his children from
mother1 in hopes it would lure her
Mrs. Mary Gallagher, 27, 2441 W.
24th, and 4 children, oldest, 6, ac
cused of passing worthless checks.
Adolf Stein, saloonkeeper, killed
self at home, 2218 Washington blvd.
"Aunt Elizabeth" Dodd, 50, 2331
Superior, who tried to slide down a
rope from third apartment so she
could go to movie after daughter had
locked her in, dead. Rope broke.
E. G. Foreman, prominent Chicago
banker and Jewish philanthropist,
dead in San Francisco.
Jacob M. Loeb's friends want He
brew Institute strikers to mediate.
Democrats can get no city jobs and
civil service is a farce under Mayor
Thompson, complain Democrat lead
ers. Federal control of manufacture
and sale of war munitions urged at
meeting of Chicago chapter, Friends
"Runaway" grand jury which in
vestigated juvenile court, finds it
Chas. G. Dawes, president Central
Trust Co. of Illinois, warns against
evils that may arise with inflation of
credit in nation.
"I started stealing because rich
people are crooked and don't give the
poor a fair show," said Miss Alfreda
Nelson, "nursemaid raffles," trapped
by detectives. Only in American.four
Mrs. Gep. Fisher, widow, and two
children evicted from, room, 1314 N