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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:55; sunset, 5:14.
Judge Harry Fisher sued for $320
for rent of office rooms in Ashland
block. Occupied rooms ,with other
Mrs. Nana Haynes found wander
ing streets, carrying $13,461 in dia
monds, bonds and currency sewed in
clothing. Sent to Psychopathic hos
pital. Jos. Buckley, S. Clark, fined $5 for
walking on streets attired in nothing
but union suit
New stunt for bandits: Two mask
ed men walked backward into Frank
Gaffke's meat market, 1316 Wright
wood blvd. Got $37.
Jos. Bertsche, brother of Barney
Bertsche, on trial on charge of rob
bing safe in Ward & LaRose's sa
loon, 127 W. North av.
Jas. Corrigan, 6, 1006 N. Franklin,
seriously injured; hit by. car in front
of Wendell school
E. L. Klock, 1818 S. Springfield av.,
teller for American Express Co.,
hooked on charge of embezzling $3,
Pet gray wolf that 10 days ago ran
away from Mae Brown, 1137 Wash
ington blvd., returned.
Held on charges of violating Har
rison drug act: Helen Kelly, Tim
othy and Evelyn, O'Grady, 1641 Wash
ington blvd.; Louis Felsenthal,
625 S. Paulina; A. L. Hanson, 2935
C. R. Bloom, proprietor Wesley
garage, 2511 B. State, bankrupt
Girl known as "The Irish Rose"
burned to death, seven other girls
jumped from windows, when fire de
stroyed Hammond roadhouse, Burn
Three workmen overcome by gas
from blast furnace of Iroquois Iron
Co., S. Chicago.
American Linseed Co., 110th and
Torrence av., starts work to recover i
bodies of five killed when building
rollapsed, Dec. 31. Coroner Hoff
: an forced company to action.
Employes of Lincoln State Bank
have daily target practice with re
paredness for robbers.
Wm. Milham, conductor of Law
rence av. car on which three were
killed when struck by St Paul road
train, blamed by coroner's jury for
accident Held on manslaughter
Four died in one day at County hos
pital as result of falls.
Council finance committee decided
to abolish bureau of social survey.
This forces Mrs. Page Waller Eaton,
stump speaker for Thompson admin
istration's aldermanic candidates,
out of job. '
Jas. Smith, 7954 Constance av.f
missing several days, found asphyx
iated in his room.
G. E. Robson, Duluth, in hurry to
catch train, tripped, rolled down
steps and into fountain, Blackstone
hotel. Made train.
Mrs. Florence Dobson, 5724 Ken-'
more av., grieving over death of fa
ther, Judge Francis Adams, commit
After breaking court record by
getting case continued 22 times, Mor
ris Barron, alias Max Silver, charged
with theft disappeared.
Mrs. Anna McKeag, 20, bride, freed
by jury of charge of embezzling
$1,000 from Frank Shorn, grocer, 509
E. 65th.. Told jury she worked 11
hours a day for $7 a week.
If Vanderbilt hotel organization,
New York, fulfills plan to get a hotel
in Chicago it will buy one of these:
La Salle, Blackstone, Sherman or
Congress. Their hotel expert here
Dan Riley, 18, boy convicted last
week of murder, found guilty of high
way robbery. Another year added to
his 18-year sentence.
New bathing suits shown at Fash
ion Show, Autitorium, come three
inches below hip rather than pre
scribed three inches above knees, so
far as skirts is concerned.