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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:13; sunset, 5:48.
Creditable mention given Police
man Mike Grady, 50th st. station, for
capturing four men in holdup.
Chas. Smith, 3257 Indiana av., ar
rested Saturday ""for-Jollowing 13-year-old
girl. Gave $100 bond. Fined
that amount by judge.
Charges that Mike Flannigan had
criminal knowledge of St Paul stamp
robbery dismissed by government.
Leather suitcase found in rear of
drug store at 5930 Madison st with
body of dead baby boy inside.
Oak Park firemen pulled horse out
of reservoir with auto.
Wm. Dowlight, Winfield, III., in
stantly killed on farm of Nick Bowers
when clothes caught in belt of trac
Al Olms, Palatine's justice of peace,
sued for $5,000 false imprisonment
by John Weglarz.
Frank Lovell fined $25 for setting
fire to artificial palm in Weinstock &
Herr's saloon, 800 W. North av.
Burglars swiped $115 in bank from
home of Mrs. Carl Osten, 1101 Wol
fram st, while she was washing in
Ed and Herb Hennessey, brothers,
3441 North av., badly hurt when auto
truck they were driving was hit by
Mrs. Louise Osborn Rowe says
there are plenty of jobs for those who
call at city's free employment office
in People's Life bldg.
Mayor Thompson says he'll prob
ably have to have 2,000 autos to en
tertain visitors to our fair city for the
Republican and Progressive conven
tions. Mrs. Carl Kinsey granted divorce
and alimony from husband, mgr. of
Chicago Musical College.
Hearing of testimony today against
Dr. Eva Shaver, charged with mur
der by illegal operation.
Chief Healey's weekly figures
show crime has decreased 12 per cent
over last year's same period.
Robt Bell, Oklahoma City, found
unconscious from gas in Ashland ho
tel, 322 N. Clark. Revived in hospi
tal. Hugh Early pawned good deal of
jewelry yesterday. Arrested. Said
he found it
Six grandchildren fighting will of
Mrs. Cecilia Stolley. Say she was in
fluenced by two sons in making it.
W. S. Jenkins, agent for Church
Piano Co., and his company, sued for
$50,000 by Sam Moist, owner Union
Piano Co., who alleges libel.
Detective Bermingham left for Salt
Lake City to bring back forger who
passed $1,600 worth of bum checks.
Phil Laub found guilty of trying to
conceal bankruptcy assets.
Ira Heltzer, who shot up his own
shooting gallery at 434 S. State, held
to grand jury at inquest of man he
Roll of tar paper fell from roof of
Schoenhofen Brewing Co., 526 W.
18th, and killed Jacob Karcher,
Frank Bukowski, 10, 8414 Green
av., badly hurt by auto on way to
Will Orpet, indicted for murder of
Marion Lambert, will face court to
day. Will plead not guilty and ask de
lay. Hinton G. Clabaugh, head of infor
nfation bureau of department of jus
tice, got information on fake British
army officer. To turn it over to Brit
Miss Mary McDowell condemned
Mrs. Louise Osborn Rowe, head o
public welfare dep't. as spoils politi
cian at meeting of Cordon club.
Geo. Wilcox, 12, 3960 Langley av.,
ran away from home again. Went to
sleep in Montrose cemetery. Woke
up last night. Thought stones were
ghosts. Found by cop.
Mrs. Nellie Shaw, known as cham
pion woman billiardist, died sudden
ly in Mandarin Inn 414 S. Wabash,
last night Police probing.