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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:16; sunset, 4:42.
Robbers held up Blitstein brothers
in David BEtstein's office, 820 S. Ca
naL Goe $20. - .
t M. A. Moeder, 931 W. Randolph,
arrested on charge of driving auto
while intoxicated. Accused of
wrecking Rob't Knight's machine.
Wm. J. Bryar, 2949 South Park
av., for 27 years bookkeeper board of
local improvements, granted six
months' furlough on account of 111
Joseph Adams, who calls self gypsy
king, wore vest of which buttons
were $10 gold pieces studded with
diamonds when brought before
Judge Heap on charge of loitering.
Coroner's iurv recommended hold
ing Mrs. Josephine, 4742 Laflin, to
grand jury on murder charge in con
nection with death of Mrs. Stella Mo
sinic, 1925 W. 51st, from alleged il
Mrs. Mary Seykora, 4359 S. Wood,
got splinter in foot. Dead. Blood
Fred Neubauer, 6235 Bishop,
slipped on ice, head hit railroad rail.
Jacob Bartosek, 1543 W. Chicago
av., charged with murder after he ad
mitted he accidentally shot Jos. Dy
bick. Jos. J. Yorg, 3532 W. 22d, stricken
dead by heart disease while on way
to view dead body of Jos. Kling, 2839
Princeton, lifelong friend.
Mrs. Fannie Blumberg and three
children overcome by gas from
broken pipe in home 1438 N. Maple
wood av. All saved.
R. J. Dinan, Brighton Park station
patrolman who has not made an ar
rest in four years and who had been
called to appear before trial board,
sent in resignation, giving ill health
as reason for quitting.
Mayor revoked saloon license of
M. Kennedy, 610 W. 37th. Police say
they found men drinking in dark
basement under saloon last Sunday.
Dr. Chas. F. M. Fisher, addressing
Chi. Medical- society, said open-air-cars
cause grip and pneumonia. ,
S. C. Maguise, Paul Fox, Ralph
Rollman, Chas. Searles and Jas.
Searles indicted for robbing St.
Luke's hospital. Fox not yet yet ar
rested. Searles brothers out on
Carter Harrison denied he is back
ing Dixon C. Williams, president ChL
Nipple Mfg. Co., for postmaster of
Jeanette, 9, daughter of John
Adams, 9114 Brandon av., killed by
speeding auto. Robt. Littler,
chauffeur for garage at 9237 Hous
ton av., arrested.
Blue Island made yesterday holi
day in honor of Dexter C. Stanley,
who was 100 years old Factories
closed. Big parade.
Eight Chicago people have died this
winter as result of falling on icy side
walks. Establishment near Chicago of an
army training school similar to West
Point urged by J. W. O'Leary in in
augural address as president of Chi.
Ass'n of Commerce.
Indictment experts arrived from
Washington to help Dis't Att'y Clyne
push removal proveedings against
men. accused m Eastland catastrophe.
M. Asphonse Lipetz, imperial Rus
sian emissary in Chicago to buy loco
motives for Russia, says America is
fulf of German spies. One secret
shipment of lqcomotives had been
torpedoed at Suez canal, he said.
Of 165 girls on probation from
morals court, supposed to report yes
terday, only one did not report.
Wm. L. Marcin, carpenter, 8229
Emerald av., shot down -in street As
sailant escaped. Marcin says he.
knows of no enemies. Will recover.
H. Thomas, Granite City, awarded '
$29,000 for loss of leg while working
for Big Four railroad.
Saloons of John Murphy, 624 W.
37th; Jas. J. Robb, 3800 Wallace, awl