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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:17; sunset, 4:38.
Twenty-five violation of Sunday
closing law reported to police yes
terday. Mrs. Neal Perrin1382 Randolph,
found dead in bed by woman visitor.
Jacob Goldman, boarder, 1120
Hickory av., arrested. Threw bricks
through windows when refused ad
mission to boarding house.
Nathan Kessler, 13, 1313 S. Mor
gan, had air rifle. Michael Bernstein,
7, 1303 S. Morgan, shot in hand.
Joseph Langland, 1029 S. Califor
nia av., lost 85 cents to bandits.
Unidentified man dropped dead on
sidewalk in front of 543 W. Madison.
Mrs. Elvine Duncan, 3537 Reta,
found unconscious in kitchen of
home. Two gas jets burning; win
dows closed; no oxygen. May re
cover. Joseph Topper, jewelry salesman,
Los Angeles, lost $33 in card game
in Hotel Morrison. Wm. Lewis, res
Mrs. Antonia Lowew, 3510 W.
North av., found dead. Gas hose
slipped from stove; no windows
Louis Simonson, 3315 Warner av.,
sheet metal worker, fell down stairs.
Mrs. Belle Woodlock, 4443 Calu
met av., arrested. John C. Peebles,
4547 Indiana av., says she took
clothes from his house.
Frank M. Rogers, broker, hurt by
auto near L C. tracks on Midway.
Thos. Grady, 7265 Coles av.. owner
J. C. Monaghan and L. R. Pospitt,
drivers Yellow Cab Co., arrested.
Racing up Cottage Grove av., police
Elizabeth Zimmerman, 6234 Ver
non av., victim of purse snatcher
who obtained $2.
Joseph Keating, 348 Wendell, hos
tler in barns, 7056 S. Wabash av.
. trampled, to death by horse in stalL
Michael Harrington, Madison, Wis.,
arrested on wife abandonment
charge. Win be sent back.
Joseph Michaels, 111th st and
Trumbull av., badly injured by auto
near home. Autoist sped away uni
George Goss, 21, to be sterilized by
Dr. H. J. Haiselden in German-American
hospital. Mother requests it
Mrs. Mary Ward, 74, 7246 Coles av.,
instantly killed by I. C. passenger
train at 72d. No flagman, witnesses
Police -of Niles Center on dutv to
l-prevent unloading of explosives into
Liu .Font warenouse nearby. Fear
Mrs. May Delucia, 1240 Washing
ton blvd., stabbed five times. Police
seek husband and three companions.
Chicago fire engines called to aid
in quenching $75,000 fire in depart
ment store of Ira Rosenberg, Evans
ton. Mrs. Nettie Van Loon, 3547 Ainslie
av., hurled to death when "L" train
struck auto at Eastwood and N. Al
bany avs. No warning, charge.
Comptroller Eugene Pike ill at his
home with tonsilitis. Severe case.
Mrs. Julian T. Fitzgerald, 3128
Warren av., severely burned. Fric
tion set fire to gasoline while she was
Harry Eastman, Earl Wilcox,
Harry Moss and wife,. Ethel, arrested.
Police say they found stolen silver
ware in flat at 2429 Prairie av.
London. Turkish forces estimated
at more than 200,000 have been re
leased for use in other theaters of
war by action of allies in completely
abandoning Dardanelles campaign.
They comprise prize corps of Tur
kish army, hard fighters seasoned in
fierce battles on Gallipoli. Greater
part of this force, it is believed heie,
will be thrown at once into .proposed.