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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:18; sunset, 4:28.
Coroner's jury freed Mrs. Anna
Latham, 1409 W. 14th pi. Decided
husband committed suicide. Was
found dead with bullet in head.
Anna Sandusky, whVtried to jump
in lake with babe in arms, glad she
failed. Has many offers of shelter.
Union Station Co. and city sued for
$20,000 by property owners at Clin
ton and Monroe, where street was
raised for new depot
Police seeking Mrs. Mary Hyduk.
Left baby with Henry Yurkat, 732 N.
Racine av. Disappeared.
Matthew Krug, 730 N. Avers av.,
found unconscious on sidewalk at
Hamlin and Chicago avs. Dead.
James Jackson, in Gary cell, tried
to commit suicide. Prevented by an
George Dzieman, 830 S. Oak Park
av., Oak Park, killed by conveyer
bucket in grain elevator at 24th and
Michael Dopuda, employe By-Products
Coke Co., 112th and Torrance
av., dead. Had blood poison after
arm was crushed off by freight train.
Sam Lee, owner laundry, 4121 In
diana av., bound and gagged by three
robbers who broke into place. They
Dexter Stocking, 6314 Lowe av.,
chauffeur, died of heart disease in
restaurant at 6322 Cottage Grove av.
Squad of deputy sheriffs visited
saloon of Chas. Moertel, Bellwood,
111. Gambling found.
Mrs. Jeanette Bailey, maid in home
of Mrs. W. E. Waful, 5710 Black
stone av., fined $25 for taking things.
Max Weiner, tailor, New Southern
Hotel bldg., arrested. Heyman Lei
denthal says he attacked him when
he tried to collect bill.
Vito Ciso, I426 S. Wabash av.,
dead. Casting fell on him at New
York Central freight house.
Albert Ohlsen, who broke into four
garages while out on parole, sent to
Bridewell for six months. ,
Milton Kirk, soapmaker, left $750,
000 to widow and three children.
Vincent Baier lost $20,000 here to
wiretapper swindlers, according to
Cincinnati police. Ask search for
Frank Wilson sentenced to 40 days
in Waukegan jail by Judge Landis in
federal court. Used dope.
R. S. Johnson, negro lather, held
to grand jury for fatal shooting of
"Alex Alex," business agent lathers'
Council committee on harbors re
commended harbor board to care for
new municipal pier.
Eva Lindig suing Peter Sausser for
$10,000. Alleged slander basis of
Kurt Ulrich, 3446 N. Crawford av.,
told police he lost $230 to pepper ban
dit Later confessed falsehood.
Ellen Murohv. dressmaker. 1102 W.
Garfield blvd., hit by auto of Carl
Sulzer, baker, 2851 N. Halsted. Dead.
Phillip Schneider, salesman, 1930
Howe, struck by auto Christmas eve.
Nicholas Szuk, saloonkeeper, 1549
Hudson av., told police sneak thief
took $138 from behind bar.
John F. Seiling, Franklin Park, ar
rested on embezzlement charge pre
ferred by Ed Dewes, sec'y Standard
No indictments expected from
slugger activities in recent garment;
strike. Grand jury will make recom
mendations. Coroner's jury asked freedom for,
Charles Kurtz, held for fatal stabbing
of Edward Lennon in quarrel. Jus-"
Judge Landis held Hvman Kanf.
mban, 6807 S. Halsted. to srrand inrv
Refused to appear and testify about
chain of stores he owns.
Publicity for public libaries urged,
by W. H. Kerr, before American Ll-
brary ass'n in Hotel La Salle.
Joseph Zielenski, 4357 S Honorer
and John Siego, 4308 S. Ashland av.,