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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Miss Louise Davidson, 500 S. Clin
ton, robbed of purse and $18.
Mrs. Edw. Davis, Kaiserhof hotel,
notified police $1,500 diamonds sto
len. Police found them in finger
glove where she ftatkjiidden them.
When testimony showed Vogel
sang's restaurant had no installation
permit for boiler which exploded and
killed Jos. Rossi, coroner's jury re
commended that city boiler inspector
M. J. Kelly, 5135 Washington blvd.,
secured warrant for Albert Stamper,
accusing him of jewelry theft.
Cunnar Siversen found dead in
residence Mrs. Chas. Kotz, 4869 Win
throp av. Gas.
Daniel Steua, 9627 Ewing av., fell
into pit of grain elevator. Nearly
buried when rescued.
Court ordered bankrupt Midway
Gardens to close until further notice.
Bankruptcy asked for Roofers' and
Builders' Supply Co., 6415 Went
Jesse Leitzell, 2929 W. Congress,
dead. Revolver he was cleaning dis
charged. Wm. Rothman, 70, ward Orthodox
Jewish Home for Aged, fell out of
John Walsh, 13, 4039 Colorado av.,
ad Chas. McCann, 14, 801 S. Keeler,
.iissing. Believed to have run awaj
Kama Zook, 1345 S. Sangamon, hit
Stanley Sabirie, same address, over
head, strip of wood. Arrested.
Mrs. Frances Batten arrested at
532 Fullerton pkwy. on charge of get
ting money from Mrs. Rose Cay
thalm, 935 N. Western av., through
Rob't Ansani, 11, 1162 W. Erie, and
Wm. Munson, 13, 510 N. May, arrest
ed about to'leave for Elgin. Ansani's
father says he took $11 from cash
Body John Breen, 1056 W. Harri
son, found in lake. Believed acci
Two Oak Park fire dep'ts respond
ed to call from 1034 S. Euclid av. ,
Joke on Mary Maguire and E. J. Hol
land, just wedded.
Chicago's annual live stock show
may not be held this year on account
hoof and mouth disease. v
Thos. Lovell, 2945 N. Halsted, ar
rested. Charged with driving auto
which hit wagon, fatally injuring
Lemuel Barnitt, 2432 Lincoln av.,
who is dead.
Thos. Sherwin, 10 E. Illinois, drop
ped dead in saloon.
Civil Service News accuses Mayor
Thompson of breaking pledge to up
hold civil service law.
Peter Reinberg, county board pres
ident, suggested committee to inves
tigate charge that jurors often drew
two weeks' pay for one day's work.
Revivals are bad for young people,
said Prof. T. G. Soars, U. of C, ad
dressing Rock River M. E. confer
ence. Tom Robinson, coach Northwest
ern swimming teams, went to rescue
of girl who called for help. Kicked
him on nose, breaking It
Suicides: Sam'l Healey, 1329 N.
Dearborn, razor; John Martineck, 68,
1744 Washburne av., clothes line;
John Clifford, 4528 Wilcox av., gas;
Ole Pyberg, 7134 Cornell, razor.
Box car with 400 bags flour found
floating in drainage canal
City to sue Chi. Surface Lines for
violating non-rush-hour service or
dinance. Wm. Laskey, 30 W. 45th pi., buying
revolver from Ely Nlerman, 3020 S.
State, accidentally shot Nierman.
Burglars got $900 worth of goods,
from home R. H. Comstock, 808
City suing Harris Bros. Co., $150,
000. Failed, to pay for several thou
sand tons of dried garbage.
An elephant and a woman can nev
er go anywhere without a trunk.