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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:48; sunset, 6:05.
Start selection of jurors to try
Chas M. Whitman and Jos. P. Marek,
bot 16, for murder of Jos. Osborne,
Grand Crossing hermit.
Mrs. Julia Leonard, 4533 S. Kedzie
av., indicted by federal grand jury.
Charged with receiving revenue
stamps stolen from St. Paul post
office. Ethel Olson, clerk in National Tea
Store, 2922 N. Clark St., held up by
bandit who got $6.
Lillian Taylor, movie actress, 1359
Argyle St., found 2-months'-old baby
boy on door step. To St. Vincent's
Theodore Groark, patrolman,
Rogers Park station, up before trial
board. Accused of soliciting cam
Wilmette suspended business for
two hours during funeral services
over late Att'y L. J. Pierson.
Police seeking further clues under
house where skull and bones were
found in Desplaines, 111.
Estate of Charles M. Hewitt, rail
way supplies manufacturer, disposed
of by probate court. Amounts to
Civil service comm'rs to choose
from list of ten bravest policemen
one to receive Harrison medal.
Sam Marcos shot, perhaps fatally,
by two men who held him up in his
cigar store at 1046 W. Erie. No ar
Mrs. Margaret Lovache, 1541
Washburne av., dead from beating.
Police seek husband.
Louis F. Robinson and son James
arrested by federal sleuths. Said to
have looted own store in Seattle
Honeymoon flat of Irving Wall,
commission merchant, 607 E. 50th
st, stripped by burglars as couple
Mrs. Anna Vidikas, midwife, 1838
a Halsted, held after death of Mrs.
jiHa Krause from alleged abortion.
Max Green arrested in Joliet, III.,
on charge of forging draft for $1,200.
Used money in cabarets.
Board of education may take over
operation of school lunchrooms. Can
make money, is claim.
Fire in Chalmers school, 1220 S.
Fairfield av., drove out 825 pupils,
No panic; perfect fire drjfl.
Carl A. Meltzer, gardener for board jk
of education, in court. Sued by press
Lieut. Jos. M. Johnson, Gresham
station, lost 12 hens to clever chick
Catherine Carpenter, daughter of
Judge Carpenter, ill with appendici
tis. Will recover from operation ef
fects. Police still hold Austin Clemens. In
vestigating supposed suicide of wife
while auto riding at 8 2d and Burley.
John Henrich, 6221 S. May st, sui
cide after killing wife. Family quar
Through a Chicago mediator, P. D.
Hillis, Victoria, B. C, compromises
his $50,000 slander suit against Rev.
Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis, his uncle,
Amos Roberts acquitted of murder
of Stanley Hague, June 30. Hague
killed after Roberts' wife confessed
L. Deluca and Tony Deluca, bar
bers, 954 LArrabee, fined for getting
barber's license by fraud.
Warrant out for David Vollrath,
whose father died in county jaiL Girl
says he is father of child.
Fred Jefferson, negro, 622 Cuyler
av., accused of attack by Loretta An
derson, 528 Cuyler av., white.
Two strikers arrested near Argo
plant Accused of .beating strike- W
More than 10,000 miles of macadam
roads have been ordered built in Af
ghanistan since the ruler of that
country became the owner of an automobile.
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