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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:51; sunset, 4:23.
Frank P. McGlynn discharged from
City Treas. Sergei's office. Examin
ing accounts. .
John Lasko, Red "Granite, Wis., ta
ken back to home town. Wanted for
murder. Trapped by letters to sister.
Public school teachers, Head As
sistants ass'n, to tour city Dec. 4 to
view improvements of plan commis
sion. Suit of Blanche Vaughn against
Dr. Clara Seippel for $150,000, alleg
ing malpractice, dismissed.
John H. Murphy of Independent
Harvester Co., indicted for misuse of
mails, entered not guilty plea.
Coroner's jury unable to decide on
death cause of Paul Terrian, found in
room at 425 S. Clark with handker
chief about neck.
William Far'son and Harry Parrott
indicted for alleged misuse of mails
in land scheme, entered pleas of not
Viola Redding, 15, Almeda, Cal.,
sought here by police. Left home
Open verdict returned over body
of Mrs. Annie Ronzkowski, 6217
Archer av., dead from alleged illegal
Wm. S. Johnson and Charles H.
Johnson, 3504 Lake Park av., killed in
auto accident, beneflcaries of -$100,-000
Peter Bransky, 6428 S. Green, fined
$10. Drove wagon on car track, de
laying street car.
Coroner's jury over Mano Laverta,
2646 W. Superior, killed by auto,
blamed John Swieringer, 1546 W.
14th, for death.
John Spokes, 20 W. Grand av., ar
rested when caught trying to sell
brass rings as gold.
Amandus Johnson, 2162 Lincoln av.,
beaten by robber who entered room
ing house on pretext of renting room.
Frank B. Cantwell, 7565 Bond av.,
retired lawyer, killed by L C. train
at Windsor Park station.
Harfy Thomas, 1623 -W. Jackson
blvd., fined $25. Made love to nurse
while patient at Oak Forest infirmary.
Mrs. Evelyn Kolyer, 30, 5411 Ellis
av., attacked by negro in Washington
park. Saved by pedestrians.
Frank Lombardi, 1110 W. Taylor,
routed. three robbers with beer bottles
when they entered his saloon.
Joseph Gravnicek, 133 W. 18th,
badly hurt. Car hit auto at 26th and
S. Sawyer av.
Cora Withal, maid at 2239 W. Jack
son blvd., kidnapped 3-year-old son
from home of adopted parents, Mrs.
Harry Warner, 2232 W. Superior.
Michael B. Cassiere, 5716 Emerald
av., chased away two armed holdup
men when they stopped him at 59th
and Princeton av.
Three new indictments returned in
Eastland case against boat owners
and operators. Taken as precaution
Seanislaw Gerrtich, 8438 Baltimore
av., hurt when part of incomplete
building in which he was playing at
8402 Burnham av., fell in.
Two men posing as detectives rob
bed Mrs. Anna Stolasky, 2836 S.
Throop of $163.
Anton Thall, 719 W. 14th, lost $200
to handkerchief "con" men.
Estate of Big Bill Egan, convicted
detective serg't, filed for probation.
William Mead, 211 N. Sangamon,
booked for murder. Accused of
shooting Eugene Doyle Nov. 19.
FLORA, NOT FLOOD
In The Day Book story of the meet
ing of the Chicago Federation of La
bor which was printed last Monday
two names were twisted.
Emmett Flood, organizer for the
American Federation of Labor, was
quoted regarding patriotism. Flood
was not present at the meeting: John
Flora, from the Carpenters union,
was the delegate- who made the'
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