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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:39; sunset, 5:45.
Chief Healey barred "The Ivory
Snuff Boy," a war soy firm, because
of torture scenes.
Prof. Elias Colbert, Groveland
Park, says sun has passed autumnal
equinox to give summer to southern
Phillip Caspers, 1255 Barry av.,
died of heart disease in home of step
son, 1426 Cleveland av. Was telling
story of boyhood pranks.
Tim Faherty, brother of Michael
Faherty, pres. local improvements
board, holding down engineer job in
pumping station. Didn't take civil
Lieut-Gow Barrett O'Hara went to
sleep in barber chair. His pompa
dour is gone.
Mrs. Addie Simmons says drinking
husband made her insane. Recently
discharged from Dunning. Wants
Prosperity Exposition at Lake and
Chicago av. wants receiver. Finan
cially embarrassed and wants to run
two weeks longer to pay $7,000 bills.
Paul Schmidt, 361 E. 23d, granted
divorce. Wife and he separated be
cause their children by former mar
Mrs. Lyman Cooley, wife of former
drainage board engineer, seriously ill
at Evanston home.
U. S. pension statistics says that
only 396,370 men are alive out of
2,213,365 who enlisted in the union
army in civil war.
Theron Woolley, 78, retired farmer
of Livingston county, won case in
court Sons c6ntented mind was
Loretta Edgeworth, 5622 S. Bishop,
struck by auto. Dead. J. P. Drish,
chauffeur, 1727 W. 20th, being held
Aid. Lynch to ask council to probe
Andrew Quigley's report on wrong
handling of city's finances may be
used as eulde bv citv. I
Two women and a girl injured in
auto accident at 56th and Wabash.
Mrs. Florence Holloway, 6109 Wa
bash av., drove machine into garbage
E. C. Wyman, clerk of N. Shore
Congregational church, doubts
whether chutrch has a soul. Congre
gation trying to oust pastor after 15
years of service.
Isaac Kahn, 79, dead.
C. B. & Q. and Wabash roads plead
ed guilty to government charge of
allowing cattle to remain in cars
more than 28 hours.
Lauretta Kelly, school teacher, su
ing Dr. Fred Gethro. dentist, for $10,
000. Unprofessional work.
Burglars took $1,100 worth of
goods from home of Clara Bearder
and Mrs. Harriet Knox, 905 N. State.
Dr. Albo Miller, 731 N. Clark, ar
rested for violating Harrison drug act
Frank Smith, out of work, took poi
son at 3330 W. Chicago av. Dead.
Frank Allen, jeweler in Columbus
Memorial bldg., drowned when launch
sank in Long lake.
Stella Btrotz, Evanston, tried to
jump into river. Father killed in war.
Frances Spignola, 737 Forquer,
walked into poolroom at 1103 S. Hal
sted and started to disrobe. Ar
rested. May be demented.
Mayme Hoskins, clerk at Hotel
Sherman cigar stand, leaves for Okla
homa to marry man who fell in love
with her year ago. He struck oil.
Charles Comiskey, owner of White
Sox, notified his herd of deer had es
caped from Mercer estate.
John Mooney, 55, instantly killed
when caught in flywheel in power
house of Chicago & Oak Park Ele
Case of Joe Bertsche, brother of
Barney, continued in court. Charged
with being fugitive from justice.
Louis Silberman, 335 W. 22d, ar
rested for forgery.
Sol Buckles, 5733 S. Ada, asked to
' be placed in jail when judge told Jiin