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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:18; sunset, 4:33.
Herman Busch, 4914 Irving av., let
a Northwestern passenger train run
over his neck. Believed insane.
Fred Gesche, 3055 Arthington,
ironworker out of work, suicided with
Jack Patton, son of "wheat king,"
working as straw boss in foundry.
L. and J. Miller, brothers, on trial
in criminal court for swindling.
John Luby, "red pepper bandit,"
pronounced normal by Dr. Hickson.
Sent to Bridewell for year.
Civil service com'rs to hold exam
ination for police sergeants later this
Motorcycle Cop Anderson sprain
ed ankle. Machine slipped.
Herman Lees on trial for killing
John Lidgen, 7, with motorcycle.
Playmates testified he drove away
after accident i
$681,000 damages entered against
Western Farm Products Co., New
Jersey, by default in favor of Dairy
Farm Products Co.
1,500 people paid government de
ficiency tax yesterday.
Trustees for collection of dues for
Policemen's Benevolent ass'n elected
at 45 police stations.
Ed Gibson, proprietor of gift shop,
1008 Wilson av., involuntary bank
rupt Financial depression blamed.
Baby girl, 2 weeks old, abandoned
m St. Augustine's church, W. 5ist
Saloon license of Peter Cizek, 4324
S. Ashland, taken away because he
failed to notify police immediately of
Policeman Ortsiger exonerated in
shooting of Stanley Lis, killed in a
dance hall fight
Bandits got $22 from Martin Me
rouicz' saloon, 401 W. Huron.
W. D. Kennedy, Waukegan, saw
Cassius Smith wanted divorce.
Told court he married first cousin.
It wasn't granted.
Martin Dorico, 420 W. Chicago av.,
wanted police to look for daughter.
Found she had eloped.
Scald-proof showers installed by
Hotel LaSalle for employes.
Rene Lund, 2453 W. Monroe, yelled
for police when he handed $40 to
robber. "They couldn't catch the
grip," laughed the thief as he beat it
Mrs. Jas. Ferguson, 4415 Hazel av.,
dreamed of burglars. Awoke neigh
bors by screams.
Helen Merrick eloped with Harry
Zoern to get rid of another persist
Chas. Schulman, Yellow Taxi
chauffeur, shot in hand by bandits.
Thinks he shot one.
Alice Walsh, cigar stand clerk in
Hotel Auditorium, has sold nearly
11,000,000 stamps and has never
been thanked by Uncle Sam.
Hunt hunting master criminal who
was "inside" on St Luke's hospital
job. Says he'll have robbers in 36
Frank Danisch, municipal court
clerk, found deputies pocketing 25
cent fees. Have to prove innocence
Jacob Morris and Louis Passmin
ski held for trying: to steal freierM mr
full of brass. Had car's route chang
ed by bogus waybill
John Broderick, teaming contract
or, asked police to look for son and
his touring car, missing since Dec. 31.
Chas. Hadrach, 63, South Chicago,
died in -''big marsh" last night Took
an hour to recover his body.
State board of health to open effi
ciency schools for health officers. ft
Community committee of board of
education planning to provide enter
tainment in schools on Sunday to
banish desire for saloon.
Rudolph Brand, 22 years sec'y of
United States Brewing Co., resigned
at board of directors meeting yester
day. To retire.
Victor Hanna, West Park police
man, found asphyxiated- in window-