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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:41; sunset, 6:10.
Isaac Block, 4252 W. Harrison,
found dead from gas in home. Has
been despondent over death of wife.
Joe Kim, Chinese, 3254 South Park
av., found bound and gagged in alley
near 32d and Prairie. Robbed of $35.
Vito Monzello, 11, held at Hyde
Park police station. Ran away from
home in Bellewood, 111.
Sinclair Solur, 6349 Champlain av.,
dead. Hurt when 63d st. car left
tracks near Union av.
Levy Pruit, arrested in fight at
39th and Cottage Grove av., con
fessed murder in Detroit, police say.
Frank Vito, 2130 S. La Salle, held
for shooting of Michael Delamind,
boarder in house.
Joseph Provich, 722 Meridian, ar
rested. Shot at Otto Karge, 1636
N. Oakley av., in fight Bullet
stopped by buckle.
Julius Olando, 60, 1160 W. Grand
av., jumped from 3d -floor window of
Columbian Extension hosp. Killed.
Philip Millhall, 4916 S. Karlov av.,
found dead in ditch at Archer and
Hamlin avs. AccidentaL
Home of Mrs. Mary Metzun, 606
N. Clark, looted by man who rented
John Bohn, 754 N. Dearborn, found
dead in bed. Heart disease.
Edward Janeson, 5138 S. 5th av.,
arrested with woman when wife
Thomas Kalla, 2834 Wallace, hurt
when wagon turned over in collision
with auto, dead.
Mrs. Bridget McGrath, 5441 Lake
Park av., fell down stairs at home.
Died of fractured skull.
Fred Laker, tailor, died of heart
disease in room at 880 S. State st
Mary O'Brien, boarding house
keeper, 1031 E. 51st, and seven
friends arrested in raid on poker
Chief of Police Healey issued black
list of professional bondsmen. Over
10 named as unfit to sign bafl.
Josiah Symons, 37 Cedar st, Win
netka, killed when C. & M. electric
train hit auto. Brother may die.
Rev. Henry Carroll, negro, pastor
Fulton st M. E. church, arrested,
charged with violating anti-drug act
James Scott, 3920 S. State, com
plained to police that "voodoo" had
Eleven bars reported by police as
violating Sunday closing law.
Hugh Coogan, member moving
picture operators' union, shot at 51st
Burglars frightened from home of
Amandus Rosquist, 62 W. Elm. Got
T. J. Cronin, 822 Bowen av., lost
$8 in front of 710 W. 39th st, when
stopped by two robbers.
Memorial services to be held in Art
Institute in honor of deceased sculp
tor, Charles J. Mulligan.
Mrs. Otto Young, wife of founder
of jewelry firm of Otto Young, dead
in Brooklineville, Md.
Dr. J. B. Watson, Deerfield, Kan..
dead. Hit by car at State and Har
rison. Arthur Wesslins, 1217 E. 44th pi.,
found dead at bottom of electric
light pole at 44th and Ellis av.
George Johnson, 1892 N. Western
av lost $3 to two boys with revolvers
who escaped on bicycle after holdup.
Joseph Kinsch, 20, 7344 N. Western
av., found dead in bathroom. Gas
heater used oxygen.
Edward Geary, 1911 Sedgwick,
beaten and stabbed by three men
who- followed him home from saloon
Five small boys, under 14, arrested
for breaking into Arch theater, 4313
Seminole Limited crashed through
four-car suburban train at Home
wood on L C. Smaller train empty;
Mrs. Mamie Rodecruise, 1003 Or
leans, asked police to seek husband.
Missing four days. Family destitute.,