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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:36; sunset, 5:31.
Municipal Judge Fry sued for $25,
000 by R. E. Cantwell, att'y. Cant
wpll has not. said-svhat for.
Alphonsus Kenny appointed ass't
sup t free employment omce Dy uuv.
Edith Meyers, 8, 5012 Cottage
Grove av., overturned pot of boiling
Mrs. Daisy Davis, 1117 S. State,
found baby smothered in bed. At
tempted to end life by poison. Will
V. G. Truebold, 1617 W. 104th, de
nies charge of swindling $1,500 from
A. W. Johnson. 1436 Eugenie.
Harry Wright, 4437 Prairie av., and
E. J. Mahon, 2839 W. 35th., arrested;
charged with violating Harrison anti
Dan Stewart, 224 N. Kenilworth
av., chauffeur who wrecked car of J.
J. McLaughlin, 4909 Sheridan rd., joy
riding, sentenced to 6 months.
Charges filed with civil service
commissioners say Wm. G. Doornhos,
patrolman, "cleaned out" Ruby Liem
erman's saloon, 720 N. Clark.
O. N. Carson, carpenter contract
or, 34 S. Waller av., Austin, found
dead in bed. Defective gas heater.
Gypsy told fortune of J. Cepetaino,
Western av., and 21st.; said he would
lose money soon; was right; he was
$6 shy when she left.
Rev. F. O. Moore's car stolen. Re
cently given him by his congrega
tion, Universalist Church of the Re
deemer, Warren av. and Robey.
Frank Kalereney, 2310 Park av., se
riously hurt attempting to board mov
ing street car.
Jos. Dysynski, 1658 Sloan, dead.
Shot by watchman wno mistook him
A. W. Ross, 2448 Cortez, saved life
by jumping from wagon when C. & G.
W. train hit it, Oak Park. Team killed.
Frank Lombardi shot dead in his
".aloon, 1120 W. Taylor, by one of two
ctrangers who bought him drink.
Frank Romanano, 626 N. Halsted,
set out to tell neighbors glad tidings
of a new son. Slipped on steps. Skull
Theo. Kind, 64, 516 N. May, taken
to Isolation hospital with smallpox.
Eighth case discovered.
Three armed bandits caught Esther
Carlson, 18, alone in her father's
grocery, 6938 Wentworth av. Com
manded her to open cash drawer. She
refused. Screamed instead. Robbers
Man tried to kiss Miss Mary Pol
niaszak, 1506 W, Erie, when he met
her on street Failed, but took her
handbag containing $6.
August Schellhorn, 3029 Archer
av., fatally wounded, told police he
was shot by 3 negroes after argument
in drug store. Druggist says there
was no argurhents. No shot heard in
Vestrymen veto plan of rector and
vote of congregation to rebuild Grace
Episcopal church on old Wabash av.
site. Rector got rebuild vote in un
fair, illegal manner.
Hans. W. Schmidt, 16, 3057 N. Ra
cine, found dead in room. Believed
Ernest Peterson shot by man as
about to enter home, 6818 S. Ashland.
HANGERS-ON AT MORALS COURT
CHASED BY BAILIFFS
The fringe of men who have daily
feasted in the corridor outside of
morals court upon the sight of girls
"going up" or returning from a hear
ing has been dispersed.
Bailiffs, especially instructed by
Chief Bailiff Antgn Cermack, today
patrolled the passage: The ones with
guilty conscience sneaked away from
their accustomed place in the line.
The others were chased away unless
they had good reason to remain.
Girls told the court that this line
was full of men who waited for a girl
to get into trouble.
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