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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:53; sunset, 5:16.
Isaac Rosenthal, movie film dealer,
arrested -when A. M. Gollos, 5234
Kenmore av., charged he gave $1,600
in worthless check and. draft.
Wolf Clickson says two men called
him from his grocery store, 1117' S.
63d, hit him over head, then ran.
Jas. Conina, 1450 S. Halsted, rob
bed of $50 on Halsted st car.
Patrol Serg't Neil McLean, Raw
son st station, dropped dead.
Sunday thirsters smashed door of
Mrs. A. Erby's saloon, 1300 N. Clark.
Edw. Albright, 1337 N. Halsted,
dead. Fractured skull in fall from
Jos. Ascuitta, Kenosha Italian, shot
in back by unknown person, Canal
and Jackson blvd. "Black Hand"
Jeanette Gemmill, daughter Judge
Gemmill and Geraldine Smith, North
western U, shining shoes to boost
women's building fund.
Edw. Shaughnessy, 8, 3024 N.
Hamilton av., dead following fall
from Lincoln Park boat clubhouse.
St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran
church has raised $2,000 fund to push
case against David' Vollrath, church
treasurer, charged with $30,000
Y. M. C. A. opened five-day cam
paign for added membership.
Mrs. Emma Hamill, 5023 N. Ash
land av., missing. Believed to have
run away rather than move to Texas
farm husband had bought
Killed in auto accidents yesterday:
Gold Williams, 5710 Blackstone av.;
M. T. Petersen, 1406 E. 56th; Carl
Heine, chauffeur for L. B. Kuppen
heimer, vice president B. Kuppen
heimer & Co.; Carl Peterson, 2445
Chas. E. Cook, national manager
Vitagraph Co., looks so much like for
mer mayor's newly-wed brother,
Preston Harrison, that pranks were
played on him by friends of Harrison.
Mrs. J. V. Culbertson, 4228 Calu
met av., missing. Recently husband
chased his brother from their home.
Bartender Willard's saloon, 46th
av. near 12th, chased holdup men
from bar and through streets.
Mrs. J. F. Lyons, 8308 S. Halsted,
attempted to battle burglar. Knocked
her unconscious. Got no valuables.
Cattle experts will meet in Chicago
Nov. 26 to plan war on hoof and
Meanest thief stole crepe from
John Swasek's door, 845 N. Ashland.
Gaelic park officials say they have
evidence that fire at 48th and Cali
fornia av. park was incendiary.
Two severely injured when auto of
Rev. J. H. Odgers, pastor Rogers
Park Methodist church, hit them in
Lincoln Park. Minister took them in
his car to hospitaL
Henry Mueller, 923 W. 55th, and J.
A. Harris, 1843 S. Wabash av., injur
ed in auto crash.
Frank Haual, 2600 Winona av., in
jured by Northwestern train.
Mrs. Avery Coonley and Mrs. Elon
Hooker, Chicago sisters, pledge $50,
000 for Vassar college alumni halL
J. F. Dadie, president Wm. J. Mox
ley Co. butterine concern, dead.
Cook county fair postponed till
next year on account hoof and mouth
F. J. Stabbe, 3323 Drave av., ad
mitted, say police, that he killed Ar
nold woman in Minneapolis JioteL
Said she had stolen his money and
he hit her in scramble, but did not
know he had injured her.
"Vandals" smashed windows of the
Moody church mission at 604 N.
Clark st 10th time last night
ANTI-TREATING LAW IN LONDON
London, Oct 11. New anti-treat-ing
regulation goes into effect today.
It affects 10,000,000 persons and vio
lations are punishable by fine of $500
and. six months in prison. Believed
law will curtail drjnking 50 pe,r cent.