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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:34; sunset, 4:34.
Friends of Harold F. McCormick
deny that he and wife were on sunk
en Italian liner.
Fred Miller, 124 Killikenny av.,
distrusts banks. Held up. $16"4. To
take a chance on banks hereafter.
Street committee of council chang
ed three names because they were
sissyfied. Chauncey av. one of them.
Blackmailers' bomb wrecked home
of Salvatore Roti, 1900 W. 59th.
Panic caused when broken gas main
Headache and nervousness caused
by lack of food, so eat, says Prof.
Carlson of Chicago U.
Joseph Putz, 1210 Addison, whose
wife and sister perished on Eastland,
to sue city custodian for wife's
$3,500 gems. Lost by them.
Police holding suspect whom they
are trying to connect in Armour jewel
robbery and others. Is son of dead
Peter Christ, 2458 . Dakin, dead.
Blood poisoning. Rusty naiL
Mrs. Lillian Williamson, 3245 East
wood ar., didn't want baby. Dead.
William Hamley, 1629 Washburne
av., dead. Motorcycle accident.
Eli Rutkowski held for counterfeit
ing by IT. S. com'n. Raised $1 bill to
$5, is claim.
Police committee referred probe
into actions of John Kantor, real es
tate expert, to sub-committee.
Mrs. Jennie Rezwine, 1307 W. 13th,
arrested. Tried to fire house. To be
examined for sanity.
Federal building may have four
flags, one on each corner of bldg.
War department asked.
Representatives of surface and "L"
lines to appear before council trans
portation comittee to talk consolida
tion. Chas. Lanes, arrested so many
times he can't remember, appointed
janitor of Hyde Park station for 10
Unidentified man killed by freight
at 58th av. and 63d st on Belt line.
Mrs. Harry Hull's case before U. S.
com'r continued. Tried to smuggle
dope to husband in jail.
Chas. Foote, 5236 S. Homan, sick,
Howard Parker, 4462 Berkeley av.,
arrested. Went after wife with razor.
She wasn't hurt.
Coroner still probing death of Mrs.
Crystal Thomas, 2532 Lexington.
Thought to have died from poison.
Mrs. John Gould took poison in the
Commercial hotel. Husband arrest
ed. Motive unknown. Condition
Evanston women forming bicycle
Two-months'-old baby found un
clad in pew of St Mary's church, Wa
bash av. and 9th st St Vincent's
Pay of 200 city employes held up
pending decision of corporation
counsel's office on Sergei case su
preme court decision.
Van Buren st bridge closed for
Mayor spoke for team work in the
council before Chicago Ass'n of Com
merce. Says split will harm Chicago.
Two boys held by federal author
ities. Charged with writing Black
Judge Scully called grand jury re
port a "pack of lies." Wants to know
why no action was taken.
LOTS OF DOCS ARE PEEVED
A bunch of docs got together the
Chicago Medical society and in a
meeting last night expressed "con
siderable "peeve" at newspapers
which publish articles dealing with
health remedies. They suggested
putting a ban on these papers.
Dr. W. A. Evans in the Trib gives
medical advice to the paper's read
ers. Are the docs afraid that if the
people follow his advice they won't