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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:49; sunset, 4:24.
Pen club, organized for active
newspaper men,--will elect officers
Friday afternoon, old-Hamilton club
headquarters, 105 W. Monroe.
Jas. Brown, 445 S. HaJsted, hit by
street car. County hospital.
Patrick Deaman, 1010 Washington
blvd., fatally injured in fall down
stairs, Powers building, 37 S. Wa
Jos. B. Dunn, 2334 Moody av., in
stantly killed in fall from wagon.
Runaway horse dragged Adolph
Liebke, 1950 W. Huron. Skull frac
tured. Mrs. Lizette Pfeiffer, 76, 2051 Fre
mont, found dead. Heart disease.
Seventeen men and women arrest
ed in raid, 515 N. La Salle, alleged
R. F. Walker, 1067 Foster av., ar
rested on charge of embezzling $107
from Sam! Leseff, 4100 W. North av.
Among those robbed Sunday: Mrs.
Bertha Kruse, 2929 N. Ashland, $9;
Mrs. H. Boehand, 3635 N. Hermitage,
$1.65; John Meeghan, 435 N. Pau
lina, $10 and watch; Song Lee, 6602
Wentworth, $50; N. Brodheim & Co.,
Evanston, 150 mink tail furs.
Fire Evangelical Lutheran St
Nicolal church, N. St Louis av. and
School st Loss $10,000.
Jury disagreed in case of John and
Michael Catalanatto. Accused of
murder pf Mrs. Antonina Locascio,
1104 Cambridge av.
Mrs. Fannie Pierce, Christian
Science reader, dead. Killed by auto.
Robbers at F. J. Chaiser's home,
4447 Magnolia av. $1,000 loot
Chas. Brown, 740 E. 45th, died in
S. Clark st police station. Held on
Only 75 complaints of Sunday
closing violations yesterday, most of
those against obstructing open view
Coroner probing death of Mar
garet Phelan, 25, Maywood. Scent
Five arrested after general scrap
at John Jachis', 1759 W. Huron.
Three boys seriously injured when
speeding auto they had stolen hit
phone pole after policeman had shot
E. J. Donovan, resident member of
West Side Y. M. C. A., applied for
license to run saloon of Barney Grc
Ruth Ewing and Josephine Trout,
bachelor maids, 3929 Vincennes av?
have made- such a success with their
adopted girl that they are going to
Cap't OToole ordered North Side
Natatorium, 1440 Wells, to see that
no more one-piece bathing suits were
worn by men or women bathers
City Prosecutor Miller's personally-led
raid on Mrs. Thos. Shannon's
flat, 3132 Calumet av., fizzle,
Lou Houseman said to be nego
tiating for lot in loop on which to
build theater for A. H. Woods.
TARRYTOWN AN ARMED CAMP
RICH AFRAID OF LIVES
Tarrytown, N. Y., Nov. 22. Tarjry
town was an armed camp today as a
result of attempt on life of John D.
Archbold, president of Standard OiL
Fearing further bomb plots other
wealthy New Yorkers with country
mansions here stationed extra forces
of guards around their estates.
""New York detectives obtained from
police meager description of man
seen lurking near Archbold estate a
few hours before dynamite bomb was
found in driveway.
Enough dynamite with percussion
caps attached was placed in the drive
way to have blown vehicle and its oc
cupants to bits. Only the fact that
Standard Oil president went on his
yacht Saturday afternoon instead of
taking njotor ride saved his life, ac
cording to members of the Archbold