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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:10; sunset, 5:54.
Irene Krajeski, 6, 856 N. Paulina,
crushed by Ashland av. car while
playing in street. Will not live.
Authorities investigating death of
Edward Hyman, 8. Caught two dis
eases when he went to county hos
pital for treatment
Burglar escaped after revolver
duel with two policemen in candy
store of C. A. Demeceius. 3608 Mil
Ralph Klotz, 14, 4732 Winthrop
av., tried suicide. Poison. May live.
Father scodled him for staying out
Job offers in Michigan sugar beet
fields made by federal employment
bureau, 845 Wabash av.
Twenty-three saloons tipped lid,
according to First Deputy Schuttler's
Rush st bridge closed until 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Roy Coniss, paroled convict, ar
rested for passing bum checks.
Martin Wallace, West McHenry,
111., came to Chicago to see sights.
Saw inside, of most saloons here.
Found dead in States Hotel.
John Maroney, 71, told police pick
pocket got $410. Later admitted it
might have been taken in dive on S.
John McTernon, 2430 Lexington
av., suicided with gas while wife was
Effort to save Tarkin Altunian's
life by blood transfusion failed at the
County hospital. Overcome by gas.
Israel Cohen's wife made believe
she took poison to get husband back
to live with her. He fell for it
Elizabeth Green, 18, 509 N. Hon
ore, crushed between Chicago av.
and Clark st cars. Serious.
John Brown, 13, 6439 S. Morgan,
died of injuries received "flipping
Dolores Polack, 3 months, found
dead in crib. Believed to have stran
gled on nursing bottle.
Barn on farm of John Naegel, Oak
Park, destroyed by fire. Firemen
compelled to pull hose half mile to
Antonio Disalvo badly hurt by taxi
in front of his barber shop, 935 W.
Jas. Jankowski and Vincent Va
leckowski stabbed in fight by Sam
Camack. Neither seriously hurt. Old
feud believed cause.
Fire att'y investigating fire which
destroyed Louise Windgard's junk
shop at 2649 N. Halsted st
Rob't McCauley, 5800 Bishop, fire
man, shot and seriously hurt by Tim
othy Houlihan, 1843 W. 45th. Houli
Hern an Haus, 2557 Station st.,
found dead in bed. Gas. Widow
Walter Gordon, Dolton, III., killed
when his motorcycle crashed into
car in Harvey, 111.
Hans Peterson, 1912 N. Albany av.,
suicide. Gas. Out of work.
Abe Lipschultz, 652 Maxwell, sued
for $25,000 for alleged breach of pro
mise by Sarah Friedman, 553 E. 45th.
Trial of William Lorimer for alleg
ed wrecking of La Salle st bank to
Man known only as SI off, suicided
by gyn on lighthouse pier at river and
lake. Illness blamed.
Leakage in gas from main at Mad
ison and Canal streets caused two
small explosions. None hurt
Burglar got $700 in valuables from
apartment of George B. Ogle, 5337
Hyde Park blvd.
Mrs. F. W. Gould, 5340 Woodlawn
av., reported $285 in jewelry stolen
in washroom of Mandarin Inn.
Wm. Shields, 242 E. Illinois, killed
when struck on head by piece of pipe
he was loading into boat
Merritt Wilson, Three Oaks, Mich.,
lumber inspector, died here when
brought for treatment after being hit