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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, -6:10; sunset, 4:51.
Jas. Patterson and Harry Parker
being held by police. Charged with
sending stolen autos to be sold in
Michigan. """" -
Mrs. Mary Lenihan, 63, 1047 Frank
lin, dead. Apron caught fire in range.
Negro with empty sack caught
after chase. Police trying to find out
why he ran.
Federal officials renewing search
for Geo. Papalsky, charged with de
frauding by mail. Promised to sur
render. Jury awarded Byran Wanamaker
$5,000 verdict against City Railways
Co. Thrown off wagon by car.
Harry Sokal, dealer in superan
nuated horses, started for stockyards
with two nags. Both died.
John Stankowisky, 2113 N. Leavitt,
posed as Eastland orphan. Trying to
get away from home. Says father
Mrs. Maggie Anderson, 1204 Mon
tana, dead. Run down by runaway
Wilson campaign buttons being
distributed. Sign of consent to 'run
again, friends say.
Mrs. S. L. Huntley, artist, suing to
get $2,000 for portrait of Former Gov.
Hadley of Mo., says he acted like a
wild man while posing.
Hattie Lindner's mother received
note girl wrote in downtown hotel.
Says not to worry, for she'll never
Police looking for Will Hormanski,
6, 1331 Julian, believed kidnapped.
Henry Echebrecht, 5, killed by
Western States Auto Co. wants
$50,000 damages from C. W. Riley
advertising system. Reason not
Donald Bain, chauffeur, got six
months in Bridewell for driving while
Chief Schuettler ordered 100 cops
Felling tickets to Policemen's Benev
clen ass'n back to posts.
Natalby's restaurant, 23 W. Ran
dolph, fined $500 for violating injunc
tion by selling mor than one brand
State st bridge will be closed until
Nov. 1. Rush st must handle enor
mous traffic. "
Emil Leader, 2819 Emerald av., r
badly bruised. Stopped runaway. VU
Police trying to bring Jesse Smith
from Terre Haute. Wanted here for
Open verdict returned by coroner's
jury probing death of Victoria Milew
ski, 2864 Ponlar av. Died from ills-
Pursesnatcher failed to get pocket
book of Mrs. A. D. Shaw, 5309 Green
Henry Heller held undor $;nn
bonds by U. S. com'n'r. Charged with
violating civil service law.
tiarry uordon, 1839 S. Kedzie av.,
dead. Jumped out of Alexian Brds.'
hospital window. Had incurable dis
ease. Jas. Sipla died from plunge into a
vat of boiling soap. Wife had sui
cided with two children after quarreL
Sup't Whitman of Bridewell has es
tablished course in domestic science
for women prisoners at BrideweU.
U. S. Marine band to give 2 con
certs at Coliseum on Sunday, Nov. 7.
Called president's band.
Franklin-Orleans St Bridge ass'n
to send committee to Washington to
ask for bridge permit.
Dr. Ed. Higley, Glenn Ellyn, who
has been treating dope fiends for gov
ernment, testified in trial of Dr. Blunt
how he cured by total deprivation.
Antoinette Zuhowski struck by C. ,
& E. I. train at 117th when she stop- 0
ped to pick up some .keys last night
Yeggs fired Jarke Man. Co., 1510
W. Kinzie. when thev onlv ent SK nn
opening safe. $300 damage.
Justice Carter not ill at Evanston
home. To return to Sorinefield to
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