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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:13; sunset, 6:28.
Millie Kovac, 3, 1846 Canalport av.,
played with matches. Dead from
John Kern, 7J4 N. Long av., robbed
of $20 by three holdup men near his
William Reinke, blacksmith, 752 S.
Western av., missing. Carried $300
in cash with him.
Cora Siedlick, 2709 Hillock av.,
confessed burglar, booked. Mrs.
Mary Hammersmith, 3358 S. Wood,
Otto Nelson, Sycamore, III., farm
er, lost $14 to stranger with whom he
matched pennies, i
Auto of George Clausing, 5927
Erie, stolen from home. Found near
158 W. Elm.
' Louis Stockman, 60, 2852 Palmer,
fell three stories from porch railing.
George Tull, 1561 N. Halsted,
dropped dead in saloon, 656 W. North
Eight-inch water main broke at
Chicago and Oak, Cellars flooded.
Fred Norman, 4379 S. Lawrence
av., arrested for obtaining money
under false pretenses.
Wm. N. Foster, 26 W. 60th, fell
down stairs. Dead.
Frank E. Nelson, salesman, 6625
Evans av., dropped dead in bathroom.
Francis McConnell, 74, 226 E. 61st,
suicide. Gun. Despondent over
Princess David Kawananakoa of
Honolulu stopped in city last night
On way to Lake Geneva, Wis.
Albert Rump, 1901 George, tried
suicide. Turned on gas. Revived.
No reason known.
August Milko, 2039 Bissell, found
dead in room. Gas. Reason un
known. Tillie Semradek, 14, 1335 Komen
sky av., dead. Several others over
come. Gas. Draft blew out heater.
Miss Dolly Everett, held for steal
ing $500 ring from Vivienne Yettive
at Hotel Sherman, wanted in Balti
more. Mollie Diehl, 715 N. State st., miss
ing. Disappeared when relatives
came from Montana to search for
Edward Laux, 1447 S. Harding av.,
beaten to death by intruders at party
in home of H. Kuhangen, 1920 S. St
Wm. Tynan, 3344 Emerald av.,
wanted for beating Mrs. Alice Smith,
72, 3344 Emerald av., because she
swore out warrant for him.
Auto stolen from Roy Went, 5530
S. Marshfield av., found at 513 W.
32d. Contained kit of burglar tools.
Albert L. Rush, 5558 Drexel av.,
bailiff juvenile court, killed by auto
at Midway and Cottage Grove. H. B.
Signor, driver, 3929 Ellis av., held.
Probe fire in sporting goods store
at 307 W. Madison. A. H. Griffin,
manager, unable to explain.
Ralph Sutherton, 8. 129 E. Moraine
rd., Highland Park, killed by auto of
B! D. Butler, publisher.
Helen Peturka, 6, 133 18 Burley
av., missing. Police fear lost in the
swamps of Hegewisch.
Herman Kluckynsky, 19, 202 Ful
lerton av., cut about head by auto of
R. E. Myers, 3629 N. Renneth av., in
Body of unknown man found in
lake at 59th st No mean of identi
fication. Stolen auto of Dr. J. M. Axelson,
840 N. Laramie av., crashed into gro
cery store of A. Soldinger, 828 Max
well. Occupants escaped.
Two armed men bound Jas. Mat-
sie, elevator man at 177 N. State, and
blew safe in office of A. D. Adams Co.
Hoof and mouth disease discovered
in two more cattle herds in Lake
Beer seems io have proved a better"
food than vodka