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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:18; sunset, 6:21.
C. R. Miller, 322 E. 54th, missing
since Aug. 25. Suicide feared.
Mrs. Frank Goodrich, 3234 Vernon
av., slashed on neck by negro who
tried to embrace her
Mrs. Coldie Suhrheinrich, 445 E.
41st, found dead on kitchen floor by
husband, Oscar. Supposed acci
dental. Helen Johnson, 14, 1370 E. 64th,
missing since Aug. 31. Believed to
. have run away.
Edw. Merriam, 6005 Wentworth
av., out of work, attempted suicide by
gas. Found by wife. Revived.
Kornelis Kloosterman, 7747 St
Lawrence av., carpenter contractor,
freed of serious charge made by Mrs.
Jacoba De Boer, 7034 Throop.
Wm. Bird, 3417 S. Dearborn, fatal
ly shot by Edw. Williams, 9 E. 36th,
In chase through street Both ne
groes. - Herman Grussing, 1707 Walnut,
painter, out of work. Dead. Gas.
Stickney township, recently annex
ed to Chicago, formally taken over
Lillian Neville, 12, 544 W. 41st, bit
ten by dog with rabies, will be given
Jas. Ruzicka, druggist, 5200 W.
Chicago av., found not guilty of sell
ing liquor to minors.
Miss Beatrice Lewin, 1512 S. Saw
yer av., screamed when 5 men jump
ed into auto with her. They fled.
R. E. Wolf, 1830 Turner av., held
up by five men. Got $1.1,5.
J. C. Ringling, circus owner, fined
$10 for speeding in Highland uark.
Joliet electric line denies Dellwood
park will be turned into cemetery.
Chi. Osteopathic ass'n passed reso
lution condemning outside fruit
Joliet pen staff fears Michael Zim
mer, new warden, will shake things
Dealers will test law forbidding the
sale of second-hand mattresses.
County board considering estab
lishing 4-mile prohibition district
around county infirmary, Oak For
est Miss Anna Benson, 5501 Maynard
av., fought off youthful pursesnatch
er. Miss Minnie Boyd, former house
maid in home of M. G. Becker, 4136
S. Michigan av., suing him for $50,
000. Glaziers' union, Local 27, bought
$2,500 auto Saturday. Stolen yester
day. O. E. Meyer, 1515 W. Fulton; Rob
ert Starr, 908 W. 38th pi., and Wm.
O'Halloran, youths identified by 11 as
holdup men. Police say two have
Fred Barsalou, 326 S. Desplaihes,
just graduated from detective corre
spondence school, tried to tell Officer
John Boyle, Desplaines station, how
to make arrest. Boyle pinched him.
O. Wilbur Glenn Voliva, Zionist, in
tends to wage war against sin in
Chicago next month.
13,475 criminal cases disposed of
by municipal court during August
Northern Trust Co. has taken $21,
000 worth of city's "baby" bonds to
resell at par.
Grand jury may investigate charge
of Mrs. Margaret Reilly that Police
man P. J. Cleary attacked her in her
home, 7437 Stewart av.
Geo. Lewis, 1806 S. State, negro,
arrested for taking 4 cents from a
New municipal pier will be finish
ed Dec. 15, says Commissioner Moor
house. 51 police lieutenants took exam
ination for captain.
Richard Frizell, 437 -St James pi.,
dead. Fell from 3d floor window.
Mrs. Helen Reeves, 65, 2428 N.
Rockwell, dropped dead. Heart dis
ease. Mrs. Natalie Stacey suing Max
Robbins, saloonkeeper, for $10,000
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