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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:40; sunset, 4:29.
Chi. Postoffice Clerks union mem
bers writing their aldermen to refuse
confirmation of appointment of any
sqJjiqq1 board member'Opposed to the
J. P. Callahan, 3335 W. Van Buren,
hit on head by empty beer bottle that
fell from window of Briggs house,
Randolph and Fifth av. Scalp wound.
Cold weather prevented public
mass meeting Holden ct, last night
Geo. Koop sent word to 10 cops, held
in reserve to wield clubs, when he
found it was too cold for a meeting.
Miss Madge Ebert, 3011 Normal
av., dead. Wesley hospital. Under
anaesthetic after operation.
D. J. McNamara, 4316 Emerald av.,
stabbed twice below heart by Italian.
Policeman John Lambert interrupt
ed men breaking safe Consumers
Co., 50th and Newberry. Escaped.
Gunaes Peterson, 2944 North av.,
shot in foot in quarrel with C. A.
Sandquist, saloonkeeper, 424 W. Chi
Mrs. Julia Choitz, 1548 N. Ridge
way av., found dead by husband. No
Body of man who dropped dead at
Best and Wrightwood av. identified as
Charles Lepz, 1222 W. Adams.
Burglars got $100 loot from home
of Mrs. M. E. Smith, 5032 Winthrop.
Fire caused $6,000 damage at 1208
N. Hoyne av., cause unknown.
Tony Rubac, 1131 W. 16th, had his
head broken by 8 men. Assaulted
and robbed him.
Anthony DeAndrea endorsed for
alderman by 40 Italian societies in
19th ward meeting.
Home of R. G. Gerhardt, 316 S.
Harvey av., Oak Park, burglarized,
koot worth ?100.
Six men and five women taken in
jjald on hotel at 1255 W. Madison. Ed
ward Leon, booked as keeper.
Fifty Berwyn residents in protest
meeting asked Mayor Smith to rein
state Chief of Police Edward Bitter.
Anton Martino, 32 S. Despiaines,
lured into passageway, beaten and.
robbed near 718 W. Harrison. Two
Thirteen women and nine men ar
rested in alleged disorderly flat at
2126 W. Madison. Mrs. Anna Stahl
booked as keeper.
Four stabbed, 13 arrested in fight
in rooming house at 8928 The Strand,
Delay in arrival of auto trucks
stalled plan of taking mail delivery
away from street car companies.
Mrs. Lucy Bassile, 718 Gilpin pi.,
missing. Husband says she was
stolen by "Black Hand man."
George Matuici, 4, 1738 Altgeld,
locked in Prescott school by mother,
sweeper. Found by police when
mother asked search.
Corporation Counsel Sam'l Ettle-
son to attend special session of legis
lature as senator.
Auto of Policeman Ben Bowman,
Maxwell st. station, stripped while
left standing in street Two arrest
ed as thieves.
Donovan Hayes, 7, 61 W. Chestnut
st, killed by auto driven by W. L.
Krider, 1506 N. LaSalle.
Christine Kiohn, 20, 5828 S. Green,
beaten and robbed while visiting in
Exanston. Found unconscious.
Forty-four violations of Sunday
closing law found by police. Many
Catherine Wright, 9, 1372 Carrol
av., missing since Nov. 9. Police
asked to search.
Wm. P. Burns, 4729 Princeton av.,
and C. H. Rodgers, 4431 Clifton av.,
robbed by holdup who threw pepper
in their eyes.
Franklin Jackson, missing North
western university cashier, expected
to give self up.
Mrs. Walter H. Reeves, Barrington,
HL, killed when auto turned over fol
lowing blowout of rear tire.
Philomena Nasilotti, 737 Sibley, ar
rested when she tried to get awas.