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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:45; sunset, 4:26.
John Burke sent to Kankakee in
sane asylum. Confessed he murder
ed Frank Vborhees, but police said it
was loony thought. -
C. H. Willett, Vandajia, appointed
assistant inspector of hulls, place
Capt Ira B. Mansfield, who died un
der Eastland disaster strain, held.
L. C. Barton named assistant
state's attorney in place of P. E.
D. T. Alexander to be appointed as
sistant corporation counsel in place
of J. E. Foster, hold-over Democrat.
More changes due in Ettelson's office.
Benj. Malekow, 13, 1121 S. Troy,
stabbed by unknown 10-year-old boy
in newsboy row.
Patrons of Bessemer theater, 9128
Commercial av., fled when film ex
ploded. Operator David Day slightly
Mary Thompson Hospital for Wom
en and Children, 1570 Adams, cele
brated 50th anniversary Thursday.
Roland Barier, 9, 120 N. Kildare
av., run over by auto truck near
home. Peter Pawlek, 2232 Lester
av., driver, arrested.
Mathew Lesoski, 621 N. Racine avy
hit by motorcycle which sped away.
Skull fractured. May live.
Stanislaus Stanny, 1550 Dickson,
arrested for criminal assault on the
charge of Miss Josie Fabisz, 1413 Cor
nell. Agnes McGrath, girl auto bandit,
sentenced to eight years, then parol
ed. Three companions must serve 8
Two high-class apartment building
permits approved of by Oak Park vil
Negro knocked down Miss Myrtle
Cantonwine, 5858 Michigan av. Took
$45 from stocking.
$178,000 contributed to fund to use
as bait in attempt to get Democratic
and Republican national conventions
for Chicago. $22,000 more will be
raised in next 10 days.
M. J. Faherty, president of board
of local improvements, says he'd
build subway "so quick it would
make their heads ache" if given lee
way. J. P. Yeakel, 2612 Indiana av., leg
less man, found with stab in neck
and broken arm after he tried to
force way into apartment of L. W.
De Laurence, 1034 W. 47th.
Tony Panichi freed in Judge Ma
honey's court of murder of Sam'l
Kapper, deaf and dumb garment
Custom house officials discover at
least $200,000 worth of imported
merchandise consigned to Chicago
stores stolen by system of looting.
C. B. Munday bank wrecking case
due to reach jury at Morris, HI., to
day. Strife in Mexico is result of unjust
taxation, said Bishop F. J. McCon
nell, Denver, addressing Chicago
Methodist Social Union. Advises
Uncle Sam to keep hands off Mexico.
"Europe's war has crystallized sen
timent of preparedness in this coun
try," J. Adam Bede, former Minne
sota representative, told Advertising
Ass'n of America.
Seventeen horses roasted to death
in South Side transfer stable fire.
Mrs. M. W. Taggart, 2450 S. Spring
field, 24 years old, wants to adopt
girl of 20 "for company."
Chief Ogallala Fire, noted circus
performer, survivor of Custer's last
fight, dead in Chicago.
John W. O'Leary of Arthur J.
O'Leary & Son Co., nominated for
president of Chicago Ass'n of Com
merce. Jas Gordon, former West Side un
dertaker, in suit for divorce says 5-year-old
boy at his home is not his
son, but that his wife went to mater
nity hospital, bought a baby and
made believe it was their own.
Mayor Thompson will address Kan
sas CityOjmmercial club tonight.