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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:16; sunset, 4:44.
Sam Lee, laundryman, 210 W. 58th,
bound and robbed in laundry. Two
armed men got $20 and watch.
Vincent Guerrina field to grand
jury on story told by Mrs. Lena Art
well, 4443 Calumet av.
Coroner's jury exonerated James
Leo, car conductor, in death of Max
Krause, 10124 Escanaba av. Krause
dead after fight
George Pappas, proprietor shoe
shining stand, 92d and Commercial
av., bankrupt. Filed petition.
Burglar giving name Fred Goge,
943 N. LaSalle, caught crawling
through pantry window.
Mrs. L. K. Torbet, Hetropole hotel,
pres. First Ward Woman's Repub
lican club, appointed secretary
morals commission, succeeding Miss
Mary Synon, resigned.
Rocco Cotanzerete sent to pen for
1 years for murder of Jos. Soma, sa
loonkeeper. Convicted on chemical
analysis of drop of blood found on his
W. M. Allen, son of former Nash
ville judge, sentenced to year in fed
eral prison for stealing from mails.
C. J. Flannery, 1831 a Harding av.,
expressman, arrested on confidence
Government seized two carloads of
horse beans shipped to L. S. Wach
man, 209 W. Washington, more than
year ago and found 30 per cent eaten
Geo. Silver, who has a saloon at 20
N. Dearborn, will take over Boule
vard cafe, Wabash and Van Buren.
Harry Boshes and Harris Levy, sa
loonkeepers, 3161 W. 12th, sued for
$10,000 because they sold liquor to
Thos. Johnson, which caused him to
become drunk and assault Morris
Patrick, it is said.
Vaccination of all children in
Evanston manual training school
being made following discovery that
: structor, H. J. Fallon, worked while
j had virulent smallpox.
Robt J. Rashford, patrolman,
Rogers Park station, suspended while
civil service commission investigates
alleged slush fund collections.
Emery wheel burst, Oeering branch
International Harvester Co. Albert Ojj
Radkowski, 2149 N. Irving av., killed.
State's Att'y Hoyne consented to
conduct personal investigation of
charges against Civil' Service Com
missioners Percy B. Coffin and Jos.
P. Geary and City Boiler Inspector .
Geo. E. Nye, charged with civil serv
ice law violations.
Several men burned and 250 girls
driven into cold by explosion and fire,,
Stewart-Warner Speedometer Co.,
Lincoln and Folfram.
For tenth time case of Wm.
Sweeney, 1313 W. Ohio, continued, S.
Clark police court, when complainant
failed to appear against him.
Chas. Maves' alleged mistreatment
of wife and neglect of family held re
sponsible by coroner's jury for death
of spouse and five little daughters,
Lyons, Sunday morning. Turned on
Miss Clara Hasenberg, 18, 1341 N.
Clark, overcome by monoxide gas
Mrs. Fannie Price, broken in
health, made room, 513 N. Clark, air
tight lien turned on gas. Dead.
ORGANIZE SPEAKERS ASS'N
Fifteen public speakers gathered
last night and organized the Nation
al and Protective Union of Public
Speakers. The object is to promote
radicalism and the dissemination of f
all subjects of public importance. -Permanent
headquarters will soon be
opened? in conjunction with which
there will be a library, billiard tables
and other conveniences for edifica
tion and pleasure. The first meeting
will be held tomorrow, 1 p. m., at
temporary headquarters, 7 Congress,
for permanent election of officers.
At last night's meeting The Day
Book was endorsed as the only fair
publication in Chicago.