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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:47; sunset, 5:27.
Blazer Stainac, 10, 823 Calhoun
av., killed by explosion in Wisconsin
Steel Plant, S. Chicago.
George Brown, 210-5. Halsted st,
found dead in room. Hurt by auto
several months ago.
John Fuscone, 911 Vernon Pk. pi.,
shot; John Luciana, 51, 848 Vernon
Pk. pL, held. Neither will talk.
Auto of Rev. H. D'Andrea, pastor
St Anthony's Catholic church, set
afire by overheated stove in garage.
William Hunter and Joseph John
son, negroes, held for attack on a
woman at Robey and Emerson av.
Mrs. Julia Schneider, 3409 N. Al
bany av., held up when she answered
door bell. Lost $21.
Henry Granger, Hammond, well
known guide along Kankakee river,
Wm. J. Cowan, 4350 S. Michigan
av., arrested. Police found $1,000 in
currency on person.
Soldiers stationed at Fort Sheri
dan accused in story told by Anna
Czophrioska, 17, 1238 W. Chicago av.
Frank Kelley, alias King, arrested
as suspect in snooting of Policeman
Bror Johnson in Cook Agency rob
bery. Wojisch Turski dead and George
Bolando dyihg after boarding house
shooting at 1563 S. Halsted.
Settlement of boulevard link dis
pute up for trial today. Judge Pond
to hear objections of property owners.
Sergt Grattan sent to Baltimore to
bring J. L. Baker here when he is re
leased from jail. Wanted for alleged
Several thousand registration
judges and clerks paid off yesterday
by election comm'rs office.
Fred Leland identified as slayer of
Thomas Creighton in saloon at 5659
S. State, Feb. 4.
Amedio Dominico, 1119 W. Taylor,
r'ead as result of stabbing at 1001 S.
acine av., Sat. night Two held.
Well-dressed woman giving name
"Mrs. L. M. Gordon" sent to Kanka
kee asylum from Matoon. Forgotten
where she lives.
Rob't Lanier and brother Wm., ne
groes, 5633 Federal, held as burglars.
Fire caused $8,000 damage to the
Strand theater, Evanston. Electric
wires cause. Not open at time.
Cyril B. Matthews, 9, 864 E. 39th,
missing. Police asked to search.
Alfonso Blouin killed by fall of
piles he was unloading in Blue Island.
Mrs. Israel Rackochensky, 829 S.
Wood, bound by robbers who looted
home. Men got $30.
Edward Kriel, 2202 Lake st, ninth
man arrested in $545,000 stamp rob
bery. In federal custody.
Franklin Union No. 4 election:
Michael Flannery, pres.; Edw. Con
nelly, v. pres.; Leonard Mills, secy
treas.; Harry Muss, business agent;
Jas. Moore, custodian; Albert Kirsch,
COOKS CONDEMN PROPOSAL TO
At a meeting this afternoon the ex
ecutive board of the cooks' union
condemned the proposal of Alderman
Nance to license all hotel and res
At the same time action was taken
to tiring forward the alleged bad con
ditions in the kitchens of many down
town restaurants. An officer of the
union declared that conditions in the
University Club were as bad as stated
by Dr. Armstrong of the health de
partment. Members of the cooks'
union are not employed at the Uni
It was explained that members of
the union reported to the health de
partment any insanitary conditions
found in places where they worked.
Eaton, O. John Eddins, 56, Ohio's
heaviest man, died here. Coffin had
to be taken out through bay window.
He weighed 600 pounds.
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