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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:55; sunset, 5:20.
Wm. Thomas, patrolman Des
plaines station; E. S. Hall, negro,
Stanton av. station, fired by police
trial board. -..
Drainage board declared Columbus
day holiday for its employes.
"He hit me with this," Mrs. Anna
Hickey, 125 S. Whipple, told Judge
La Buy, pointing to big rock. Hubby
Burglars robbed Mrs. Thos. F. Mc
Gowan, 3712 Flournoy, of wedding
clothes. Did not touch valuable cut
glass and selverware.
Mrs. Mary Skelly, 4559 Broadway,
suing P. D. McBride, 4508 Broadway,
restaurant owner, $8,500. Says she
loaned money on his notes.
Mary Moran, 4603 N. Western av.,
wants to adopt J. B. Bolton, 31, 3054
Union av., so he can inherit her es-,
tate. j J
Walter Riley, 9, 864 N. Francisco,
often runs away, but always goes
straight to police station.
Police of Evanston seeking boy who
set fire to pants of Stanley Ullbrick,
16, 1912 Sherman av. Stanley un
hurt. Louis Arata, 1541 N. Artesian av.,
dead. Hurt in friendly scuffle with
Wm. Fenske, 1713 Keenon. Fenske
Mrs. Hanna Johnson, 4815 W. Ohio,
dead from alleged self-produced abor
tion. Klements Lavecke, 850 Milwaukee
av., arrested after girl told story of
imprisonment and mistreatment.
Police called to home of Mrs. H. P.
Lund, 20 Bishop, to seek body in
trunk. Body proved to be that of a
"Handsome Jack" Willard held to
grand jury on bigamy charge. Anna
Taylor, Dwight, HI., says he married
her, took $500 and went back to
Adolph Goldman, 2109 De Kalb,
lost $220 to two "handkerchief" con
Mrs. Anna Owens, 1138 W. Adams,
told judge how neighbors stole chick
ens. Mrs. Mary Ellis sent to Bride
well for week.
Mrs. Sophie Erb, 1901 Roscoe, one
of half dozen who lost money to
pretty girl check forger.
Man believed to be Harry Klein,
320 E. 31st, dead. Thrown from auto
at 33d and Indiana av.
Felicia Gizyka, daughter of Coun
tess Gizyka, nearly killed when tree
stump, blasted, fell Into auto at Lake
Stedman killed by auto driven
by Mrs. M. J. Duggan, 6932 Sheridan
rd. Mrs. Duggan not held.
Man who gave several different
names taken from State street car
to hospital. Had been shot and stab
Austin Gordon, discharged from
police force in 1897, suing for old job.
Bullet Mrs. Frank Charaske, 1560
W. Lake, shot at robber, hit Mrs.
Chas Chadwick in corset Mrs. Chad
wick unhurt Frank Wroliczski ar
rested. Ms. Elizabeth Wayman, wife of
late State's Att'y J. E. Wayman, will
get $A71,000 of fees of office which
husband refused, by court order.
Max Palenske, former cashier of
Drovers' National bank, indicted for
George Larwick, 63, 248 S. State,
fell into lake at foot of Van Buren.
Rescued by policeman.
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TRAEGER DOES SOME PROBING
Sheriff Traeger this morning start
ed a little investigation all of his own.
He wants to know whether or not the
employes in his offices contributed
willingly to the diamond-studded star
which is being purchased by Ass't
One of the men in the sheriff's
office declared that each employe had
to contribute 5 per1 cent of his month
ly salary. He declared that the total
amount collected is over $3,000.
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