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Sunrise, 6:46; sunset, 5:12.
Wm. Dubias, 8929 Green Bay av.,
lulled by B. & 0. train near Wolf
Negro bandit got $26 from delica
tessen of A. Bases, 3752 Indiana av.
Frank Stahart, 10752 Mackinaw
av., fell 12 feet from ladder in works
of Federal Furnace Co. Dead.
Man known only as "Rocco" found
dead in bed at 559 W.v14th. Natural
C. C. Clark, 6902 Lakewood av.,
lost wallet containing $102 in loop.
Mrs. Katherine Williams, 14 E.
Pearson, died suddenly before physi
cians could arrive. Natural causes.
John Lohner, 610 Wells, met three
robbers at Ontario and Wells. Out
Fred Parthier, 223 N. Millard av.,
found dead in bed. Heart disease.
Police arrested 15 to solve several
robberies and shooting of Policemen
Johnson and Aylward.
William Newson, pinsetter in Ben
singer bowling alleys, 73 W. Monroe,
shot by Joseph Elman, another em-
Two armed men
cash register at Kavanaugh's restaur
ant, 121 N. 5th av.
Crossed electric wires caused $1,000
fire in cigar store of J. Kraus & Co.,
309 W. Madison.
Dollar bill found by Policeman
Nolan on 7th floor of City Hall. At
Police asked to find Napolion Sav
ciol. Sister dead in Haverhill, Mass.
Albert McCarthy of hose cart No.
10 hurt when fire engine hit street
car at Plymiuth and Harrison.
P. Jacovsky, bartender, 4970 Mil
traukee av., held for alleged bribery.
Dffered $25 to Serg't McCarthy of
Irving Park station to prevent arrest,
Anna Erickson, overcome by
imoke, rescued by firemen when a
Haze attacked home at 3134 Iverson
it., Berwyn. i
took $54 from the 1
Rev. James Burke, St. David's
church, 32d and Union av., robbed of
$225 while on sick call at 3106 S.
Catherine Leonard, 322 E. 55th,
tried suicide by poison in drug store
at 606 S. State. May recover.
John Schultz, 827 S. Laflin, driver
Newberry Garage, ran down two pe
destrians in 3 hours. Held by police.
A. W. Simpson, 65, 1344 Loyola av.,
killed by fumes from auto which he
attempted to repair.
Anton Gunierny, 5115, W. 31st, shot
in abdomen. Says he was set upon
by six robbers.
John O'Brien, switchman, arrested
in Buck & Raynor's drug store, 2 S.
State. Say he refused to pay for
Walter Altland, Hotel Hayes, 1131
E. 64th, lost valuables totaling
$3,135 from room. Police seek pair
who left hotel quickly.
Benefit recital at Autitorium given
by Ignace Paderewski, pianist, to help
Poles. Rich donated $30,000.
Carl Anderson, Kenosha, hanged
self with clothesline in basement of
home. Out of work.
Mrs. Charles Essig, 2838 N. Hal
sted, hurt by auto at Clark and
Dewey pi. Will recover.
Oscar Daly, 6531 S. Peoria, found
baby girl in basket at doorsteps.
ELECTRICAL WORKERS PROBE
POLITICAL FUND CHARGE
Union No. 9 of the International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
has appointed a committee to investi
gate the discharge of P. W. Dunne
by the sanitary board. Dunne charges
that he was discharged because he
failed to go along and contribute to
the support of Democratic "ward or
ganizations. The committee is ex
pected to make a report this week.
New rice crop pays California $70
an acre or more than the finest wheat