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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:42; sunset, 5:27.
Victoria Dandy, maid at Kenwood
hotel, dead. Hit by car in front of
Mrs. Elliott Waterbury, 7847 Win
conna av., got verdict- .for $7,500
against Northwestern L." Fell
through Poster av. platform.
Melted watch and charred bones of
Dan Bartich, 1080 Torrence av., was
found in ruins of Cleveland Oil Co.
plant, S. Chicago.
Augustus Frederick, 604 W. 60th,
electrocuted saving children from live
wire, commended by coroner's jury.
Rose Hruby, 15, 5200 S. Paulina,
arrested in company of two young
Wm. Keenan, driver Chicago av.
station ambulance, hurt when wagon
turned over crossing Chicago av.
Police ot Cnicago seeKing Hsnion
Colvin, 92, missing from home in
Baby boy, 2 weeks old, abandoned
in hallway at 815 N. May. Found by
Mrs. Catherine Sholka.
John Adamecze, 854 Elston av.,
dead. Fell down flight of stairs while
carrying bucket of coal.
Injunction of S. D. Childs, property
owner, stopped work of city toward
completion of Monroe st bridge.
Joseph Michalec, 14, in Juvenile
court Lived by picking rags, junk
and food from alleys; slept in barns.
Julia Leonard, held in robbery of
St Paul customs house, released on
The Day Book thanks "A subscrib
er" for $1 contribution to Goethals
Policeman Hugh Reilly, Hyde Park
station, who shot man in saloon, sus
pended. John R. Thompson planning a
scheme to feed millions at state fairs
Sen. Lewis will present bill in sen
ate to get 2 new federal judges for
20 per cent of each employe's sal
ary, deducted during 3 months county
board was working on budget, will be
paid employes next payday.
Installation of officers and enter
tainment by Kothschild's Social Wel
fare club, Hotel Morrison.
Old Glory, which had but 41 stars
instead of regulation 48, taken from
city halL Mytery of who gave Com
monwealth Edison Co. such fine free
advertising not yet cleared up.
Sammy Finkelstein, 10, 1322 S.
Spaulding av., tried to bum way to
New York by hiding in washroom on
B. & O. train. Found by conductor
Boy killed by ice wagon identified
as Johnny Graves by his mother, 4407
Wallace. Mother and two daughters
Burglars frightened away after
jimmying skylight and opening back
door for getaway with boodle from
sub-postoffice, 4476 Sheridan road.
John O'Brien, 2246 W. Adams, and
wife reconciled in police station after
wife was arrested on charge of at
tempt to abandon baby.
Chi. Grand Opera Co. appears to
have lost 100,000 last season, of
which Harold McCormick must
cough up $60,000.
Bandits got $12 and two watches
from Hans Mathiesen, pres. Rudenga
Coal Qo 7443 S. Racine and two em
ployes. Over 500 retail grocers, with their
wives and salesmen, attended second
of series of lectures being given by
Grocers Efficiency Bureau at lecture
rooms, 157 West Lake, Thursday
States restaurant Crowded. Most
everybody dancing. Fire broke out
in kitchen. Restaurant filled with,
smoke. Dancers never hesitated
except as they waltzed.
Red-headed bandit held up Eger &
Co.'s cigar store. Got $19.
Mrs. Frank Marvin, 3850 Cottage
Grove av., arrested as suspect that
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