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' NEWS OF THE DAY C
Sunrise, 5:51; sunset, 5:25.
CV.Bronell suing J. Dunn, $10,000.
Ernest Vatar suing C. F. B. Stowell,
Henry Moses lunchroom fire, 231
W, Washnigton, alarmed patients at
St Joe-Chicago Steamship Co. and
Indiana Transportation Co., as own
ers and charterers of Eastland, filed
exception to suit of public adminis
trator, who wants to sell hulk to pay
bill for raising it
Mrs. Frances Dayton Bigden, own
er Dayton hotel, Wilson av. and Sher
idan rd., filed voluntary bankruptcy
Henry Dubinski, 2745 N. Mozart,
hit on head. Skull fractured, in saloon
of Frank Parzycz, 903 N. Racine av.
Policeman Frank Moore picked up
handbag, Halsted and Maxwell, which
500 had scorned, thinking it a joke.
Had $59, gold watch, diamond ring.
Returned to Mrs. Henrietta Ascher,
David Grieze, 6451 Aberdeen, fell 30
feet Will die.
Wm. Weida, John Micz, 4715-20 S.
Laflin, fined $100 each. Carried con
cealed weapons. ,
John Dornbus, 7043 Justine, sen
tenced to take bath once a week.
Wife told judge he just simply would
Chas. Seuttleberg, 6246 Evans av.,
despondent, missing since Monday.
Jas. Hourigan and two customers
held up in his saloon, 924 W. 69th.
Mrs. Malachi Brennan, 6615 S.
Park, with 2-year-old babe in arms,
dragged by Hammond electric car.
Pnbv not injured. Mother will re
cover. jonn Maliszewski and J. W. Squires,
who ran drugstores, 4552 S. Ashland
av. and 2001 N. Oakley av., fined for
not having taken state examination.
D. A. Connelk 63, 1606 E. 55th, un
able "to get cocaine, killed self.
DNCERNING CHICAGO "
Rotary Clubs of Chi., N. Y. and Sah
Francisco will be connected by tele
phone wire at banquets tonight Will
hear N. Y. speeches and singing by
Metropolitan grand opera stars in
Gertrude Falk killed self at home
of employer, F. A. Munsch, 4424
Mrs. Josephine Carrlgan, 19 E.
44th, kicked bandit in stomach,
knocked another through plate glass
door and was beating another when
police arrived. Is little woman.
Mrs. Fred Webster, 916 Main st.,
Evanston, says taxi driver ran away
with $30 purse and $500 diamond.
Mrs. Chas. Love, 6 W. Erie, had
husband arrested for lack of love.
Mrs, Marie Stelz, 4457 S. Harding
av., found walking along ledge eleven
stories over La Salle st Said she
wanted to see Pres. Wilson, King
Geo., Kaiser Wm. and Emp. Jos. come
in airship to settle war.
Strawberries ripe on vines in yard
of R. B. Howe, 9525 S. Winchester.
Cherry tree, yard of F. L. Bennett,
4726 Champlain av., in full bloom.
Sam'l Alschuler took oath as fed
eral judge today.
North Side business men went new
bridge across Chi. river to connect
Orleans and Franklin sts.
Suit against C. W. Pardridge by his
broker, A. J. Cutler, $182,750, pend
ing 23 years, ready to start
Seven members, family John Scien
kowski, 1214 W. Chicago av., near
death. Ate toadstools for mushrooms.
13 others poisdned.
Frank Mead, 2441 Prairie av., in
speeding taxi which hit street car,
will die. Five others injured.
Walker Art Museum, University of
Chicago, to be reopened. Some ex
hibits have been boxed 20 years.
Jas. Broonas, 113th and Langley
av.. fined $10 for letting boy under
C- -i-f "ool n bis poolroom.
Franklin, Dennison, formerly cor
poration counsel's office, and G. 1