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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:b6; sunset, 5:34.
John Norbit, 3310 Auburn av., se
riously injured. Crusted between two
street cars, Western and Archer avs.
Henry Koneynenberg, 13, and Geo.
Baratta, 10, 2948-38-Gottage Grove
av., got $35 and started out for the
Fishing "permitted in Washington
and Jackson parks Friday.
Christ Demos was so ungallant as
to slip into car seat offered Mrs.
Fletcher Norton, Bradley hotel. Mr.
Norton protested. Row started.
Demos fined $25.
Chas. Haas and Edw. Blouin, Blue
Island saloonkeepers, fined $200 each
for running gambling houses.4
Special train carrying $1,000,000
worth Japanese silk passed through
Woman who registered at Hotel
Sherman with "D. Sutherland" as his
wife and later admitted she was Mrs.
E. C. Hitchcock, wife of Ed. V. Price
Co. salesman, attempted suicide in
Mme. Carmelinda Calli, keeper of
Chicago Italian restaurant, 18 E. Illi
County Clerk Sweitzer ordered by
court to permit books investigated to
see if he had dummy employes on
payroll before last mayoralty elec
tion. Two safes blown, C. W. Marks
Shoe Co., 43 S. 5th av. Unknown
amount of cash secured.
Jos. Bertsche, brother of "Barney,"
charged with yegging Ward & Rose's
Mrs. Martin Henry, 1331 & Kolin,
asphyxiated. Wind blew out gas in
stove while she napped.
Mrs. Delia Henry, 1331 Keeler av.,
scalded to death by pan of boiling
water tumbling from stove.
W. Saunders, negro, Ada and Ful
ton, fell down stairs. Concussion of
brain. May recover.
Mayor Thompson to busy signing
bonds to visit rookies at Ft Sheridan.
Emma Thoman, 1526 W. 18th pi.,
disappointed in love, drank bottle of
peppermint Only gave her stomach
Family of Bartholomew Smieszny,
2945 S. Loomis, nearly exphyxiated.
Forgot to light gas after turning it on.
' German consul in Chicago warns
that slickers are faking appeals for
loans to the Fatherland.
Mayor lifts saloon license Kane &
Byrnes, 1438 W. Madison; Wm. Aus
tigen, 3055 S. State.
Mayor restored saloon licenses Da
vid McGowan, 3033 S. State; Philip
Yansos, 2806 Cottage Grove av.
Windmill installed on Hotel La
Salle roof by inventor of new instru
ment for testing wind's velocity.
Michael Kusner, 2879 Archer -av.,
died in Bridewell hospital. Injured
when clay bank collapsed on him
while working as prisoner. f
John Wyicg and two clerks locked
in icebox while two youths robbed
butcher shop, 1012 S. Canal, of $375.
Western Electric Co. accused by
minority stockholders of skinning
subsidiary companies to build up its
profit fund of $61,000,000.
Aid. Merriam lauds new crime body.
Says it will deliver the goods.
Ernest Knude, M. J. McCarthy and ,
Jas. Keegan, Chicago, re-elected pres
ident, secretary and auditor Liquor
Dealers' Protecitve Ass'n of Illinois.
Walter Nichols, 12, 2432 Sawyer'
av., probably fatally injured when his
bike was hit by auto driven by Miss"
Erma Jones, 1433 Langley av. Girl"
Police thought Kate Magle, 8, Ham-"
mond, was kidnapped. Only taking
auto ride with neighbors.
Bonds signed by J. P. Mellis'and
Daniel Kinnealy will -be refused in
S. Clark st police court
J. H. Havlin, millionaire theater!
man of Cincinnati, trying to buy the
Haymarket theater to put end to bur-J
lesque running in opposition to the I
"wheel" burlesque houses. 3