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f NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO s
! Sunrise, 5:36;'sunset, 5:50.
1 Bodyf name Jos. Swarcz tattooed
on arm, found in lake.
a-P. H. Dignan, teaming contractor,
to be arraigned before Judge Brothers
for murder of Geo. H. Hammond,
teamsters' union business agent
Wine and $5 stolen from Contra
Costa Wine Co., 207 W. Madison.
J. N. Jensen, fired as architectural
engineer, filed mandamus suit against
civil service commission asking rein
statement. Mayor Thompson signed C. & W. I.
terminal ordinance granting railroad
right to lay tracks across Plymouth
ct at Taylor st
License of John Volkman, 4058 W.
i. Madison, revoked following fining of
manager, Harry Smith, for conduct
Melvin Conley fined $25 for selling
liquor on houseboat, foot S. Water.
Dr. Eva S. Shaver, 1120 Sedgwick,
son Clarence and W. E. Harvey, in
dicted for murder of Miss Anna- John
son, who died of illegal operation,-will
go to trial next months
$20 worth gold shells stolen, office
Dr. W. J. Baumgartner, 6859 S. Hal
sted. Coroner's jury believes Edw. Bragg,
negro, murdered wife, Minnie, 3335
Mrs. Mary Lee, 2505 W. 45th, suing
Edw. Perreault, saloon-keeper, 4258
S. Western av., because her husband
Coroner's jury decided Helen Pe
truska, 7, 13315 Brandon av., was
drowned in Calumet river slip after
Mrs. Harriet Stroy and sister, 4715
Calumet av., threw milk bottles at
burglar. He fled.
Jas. Rogers, deckhand steamer
Statocona, charged with transport
ing Myrtle Rogers from Omaha to
Denver in violation of Mann act
Albert Maxwell, 8721 S. Union av.,
charged with driving auto while intoxicated.
Jas. Peck, 2331 S. Avers av., killed.
Miss Theresa A. Wink, 1245 S.
Crawford av., suing Pr. R. W. Klaus,
30 N. Michigan av., $25,000.
"Prosperity" show opened last
night with lots of tents and three ex
hibits. Stickup men making rich harvest
of Chicago university students.
Walter and Geo. Zimmer, 11 and 6,
fell from second-story porch, 6236 S.
Elizabeth. Both may die.
Mrs. Hazel Fisher, 1011 N. LaSalle,
in critical condition, County hospital
Mrs. Agnes Throll, 2222 Leland av.;
under arrest charged with perform
ing illegal operation.
Mrs. Bert Beck appeared in speed
ers' court wanting to stand trial for
busy husband. "Will go to jail for
him, too, if there's sentence," she
said. Case continued.
Gordon Seagrove and party on his
yacht drifted 24 hours in lake.
Jane Addams at Bar Harbor, Me.,
much better, but still ill of bronchitis.
Auto speeders who contest, their
case in Highland Park will hereafter,
have to go 20 miles to Waukegan for
Burlington's Missouri limited hit
freight; 24 hurt
Louis C. Ehle, attorney, found,
guilty of embezzling $625 from client'
Austin citizens who believe drug
stores are selling liquor in quantity ,
will march to city hall and demand
that City Prosecutor Miller become
Jos. Falls, 5561 Shields av., while
being arrested for nonsupport of
mother, attempted to throw acid in
policeman's eye and threw it in his
Federal authorities may build 12
foot fence around Mrs. Scott Du
rand's farm to keep $50,000 herd of
cattle from spreading hoof and
mouth disease. ,
Chas. Czilbnka, -855 N. Clark, in
whose "room was "found "dynamite,-