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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:32; sunset, 5:57.
Mrs. Mattie Lamb, piano player at
Alcazar theater, 69 W. Madison, pre
vented panic by playing when film ex
ploded. Cheeredy crowd.
Wallace Coe", printer, 147 W. 66th,
died. Heart failure superinduced by
Former Gov. Blease of South Car
olina told convention of Orificial Sur
geons that jail was only cure for
booze habit , ,
Rev. J. Smith, Methodist board of
conference claimants, ' received let
ter from Billy Sunday, "per his wife."
She's his secretary now.
Two women pickpockets took H.
Hinkson's pocketbook containing
$3,500 worth of negotiable checks on
Rob Roy Ricketts, art dealer, de
hies charges of drunkenness in wife's
' Mrs. Joseph Fish has endowed
home for working girls at 4811-15
Champlain av. To be known as Mi
riam Club home.
Rob't Hanois and Hanna Guyol,
married at 15 and separated at 16,
nnw at. 22. want marriage annulled.
Body of W. C. Sain, 432 S. Leavitt,
buried at Flint, Mich., as Geo. Randle,
brought to Chicago. Both men killed
in auto accident Mistaken identity.
Mayor Thompson refused plea of
hat men to end straw hat season. Is
afraid weather man will double cross
Rodman Law, daredevil, arrested,
charged with jumping hotel bill.
'Business is rotten," he said.
Sheriff's office directed by judge to
take charge of two children. Walter
Krimball, their father, is charged
with having enticed them from their
mother in Denver. Now staying in
Mrs. Rudolph Braun, 1825 Cortland
str wants police to look for husband.
Business bad, so he disappeared.
- Mrs. Mary Vlcek, 51, 1613 .Slue
Island av., hung self. I1L
Mrs. Victoria Volna, 4614 S. Lin
coln, held up by man in home. $10.
John Best, 94, 5412 Woodlawn av.,
retired lumber merchant, killed by car
at 55th and Woodlawn av.
Harry Schaeffer, Victoria hotel, ar
rested for forgery.
Louis Bender, 1263 W. 74th pi.,
tried to suicide with poison. Serious
condition. Reason unknown.
Five suits, totaling $60,000, filed
against Geo. McBean, owner of prop
erty at 642 N. Clark, by people who
felli&hrough sidewalk trying to look
at Eastland disaster.
Jury completed in Sunday closing
law suit against Fred Griesbach, 102
S. Wabash. "Drys" hopeful
Mrs. Emma Jensen-Rudolph-Korn
wants marriage to Rudolph set aside.
Has' already married Korn.
Home of Aid. Thomas Wallace, 23d
ward, entered. $1,000 worth of loot
Mayor revoked poolroom license ot
Sam Paul, 904 Milton. Gambling.
Robert Parker, painter, 4147 Irving
Park blvd., held for violation of Har
rison act Tried to get cocaine on
Sam Englander, pawnbroker, 431
S. Clark, shot self in temple. Serious
condition. Ill health.
Santa Fe to pay $56,000, N. Y. Cen
tral $132,000 as their share in con
struction of 12th st viaduct
Civil service com'n appointed three
citizens to hold efficiency examina
tion for ass't fire marshal
Marie Smith and Jennie Moran,
Hotel Lombard, refused to pay taxi
bill." Arrested. Paid bill in court.
Andrew Burns and Patrick Burrell,
business agent of Truck Drivers'
union, acquitted on charge" of holding
up six men in a barn last winter.
Frank Reld, 20 Bishop ct, arrested
for annoying woman in Orpheum
theater, 112 S. State.
C. W. Chant Chinaman, alleged
doctor, fined $100 fdr practicing
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