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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO"
Sunrise, 5n3; sunset, 5:39.
Rev. Ainslie, pastor of, North Shore
Congregational church, says stories
about his being Hretl by congrega
tion exaggerated. Will stay.
Vincent Tortor, 13, 1111 Cambridge
av., burned by live wire. Sister Eliza
beth, 20, tried to catch him.
Mrs. Christiana Anderson, 6456 S.
Union av., slugged on head by burg
lars who ransacked flat: $26 and
three rings gone.
Marie Mitchell, 16, 2616 Farrell,
tried to suicide with gas. Thwarted
in love affair. Will recover.
Esther Kneller, 7 months, 1249 N.
Campbell, burned to death in go-cart.
Mother struck match which fell on
Coroner investigating mysterious
death of Carl Erickson, carpenter
contractor, who died in hospital from
complications following broken arm.-
Police asked to look for Fred Hut
son, whose mother said he came to
Chicago from Dowagiac, Mich., and
Candidates for office in Chicago Ad
club totbe quizzed at meeting at chal
lenge of rivals.
William Lantz, architect, 7925 S.
Green, arrested in L C. depot for be
Sixty dozen pair of men's socks
stolen from freight car found in alley
at 48th and Princeton. Police have.
Mrs. Kate Morely, 832 W. 48th, fell
20 feet from back porch. Broke arm.
Railing gave way.
Mrs. Dora Dipsky, rooming house
keeper, 5042 Calumet av., gave $50 to
roomer "who had been left fortune."
Ignatz Zacitka, 55, 4748 Laflin,
found dead on sidewalk. Believed
Mrs. W. S. Flanders, 318 W. 72d,
found month,-old boy in hallway. Sent
to St Vincent's Orphan asylum.
Safe pf F. G. Naber & Co., 2327
Cottage Grove av., cracked. $200
Ceo. Olson, saloonkeeper, 3814 W.
Grand av., strong-armed." by 3 men.
Three boys arested for trying to
steal auto of E. A. Holmes, 1317 E.
Northwestern co-eds protest
against inky smell .of Daily North
western. Want ink perfumed.
Mary Malkin, 9, 2336 Blue Island
av., stepped on rusty nail two weeks
Joe Dobbins, 1413 Arbor pi., carved
up Stegb Addison with razor. Mead
Johnson dropped brick on Stego's
head. All arrested.
John Brennon, 3853 Creenshaw,
attacked two robbers. They floored
him and beat it
Wm. Watkin, negro, brought back
from Detroit to tell police what he
knows about several safeblowings.
Mrs. Christiana Mouquist, 1737
Rascher av., bruised and cut when
husband's auto was struck by street
John Smith, broker, refused to pay
chauffeur $12.50. Fare from 22d and
Wabash to Center and Clark on the
North Sideband back downtown. Ar?
Mrs. Florence Stolz, waitress.
chased two negro robbers from res
taurant at 22 E. 39th.
Frank Freiberg, Riverside, dead.
Struck by auto. Leaves wife and 8
children. , v
Mrs. John May, Wilmette, badly
hurt when auto driven by husband
skidded into sandpile.
Wm. Cressy, Hinckley, III., killed
when struck by street car at Mad
son and Campbell avs.
Wm. Tuehder, 62, 844 W. 44tK,
struck by auto which' drove away?
Cut and bruised.
Ernest Weinberg, 541 Maxwell
peddler, drowned in lake at foot o'
16th. Son Frank unable to rescue
Mme. Carmelinda Galli, founder of
1 famous restaurant at IS E. Illinois;
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