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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:32; sunset, 6:15.
Mrs. Victor J. Schaeffer, wife of al
dermanic candidatcjlst ward, freed.
Arrested for djstribuQsg handbills;
Adam Vatter, 65, 7248 Calumet av.,
suicide. Gun. Ill-health believed to
Edward C. Waller, Jr., stockholder
of defunct Midway Gardens, filed pe
tition in bankruptcy. Liabilities,
$318,468; assets, $170,788.
Police who figured in catching of
Washington Park bank bandits got
creditable mention in Police Bulletin.
Frank Sab.el, 4, 6312 Evans av.,
started off to see world on veloci
pede. Brought home by police.
Fred R. Sieber, 4841 S. Ashland
av., dead. Hit by car.
Harry Knott, Sr 21 E. Division,
freed of disorderly conduct charge.
Was arrested when maid said he
Man giving name Louis Bolan fined
by Judge Caverly. Posed as detec
tive; tried to arrest citizen.
Police investigating death of Mar
tin 'Johnson. Walked into County
hospital and died before explaining
Frank Lichelek; 18, identified as a
burglar by Mrs. Jeanette Dean, 174
Ceo. Walsh, 67, 3634 W. 22d, sui
cide. Rope. Wife says il-health was
James Griffiths, 857 Wilson av., ar
rested. Accused of getting $20,000 in
shady mining deal.
David Miller, 172 E. Superior, ar
rested in Paducah, Ky. Wanted for
killing Herman Rau, 10, with auto.
Thief stole pocketbook of Rose
Reiner, 2026 N. Clark, at Pine and
Illinois. Escaped mob of citizens.
Peter Theisen filed suit against
James Murphy for $25,000. Alleges
Fireman George Berquist, engine
r ompany 46, may lose job. Accused
d leaving engine house frequently. ,
W. J. Landers, 4810 Washington
blvd., arrested in quarrel over taxi
Victor Kilbein, 7837 Bond av.f fined'
$100. Stella Lzyensnick, 8419 Bur
ley av., says he annoyed her.
Fire destroyed $80,000 worth of
autos in building of Auto Service Co.,
2635 Cottage Grove av.
Mabel Sturtevant acquitted-of the
charge of using mails to defraud so
E. P. Cummings, sup't of schools,
Lansing, Mich., suicide in Stratford
hotel. Despondent over illness.
Eleven men arrested as crapshoot
ers in raid on cigar store of Sam La-"
sata, 2124 Wabash av.
Ralph Mordicai, 863 W. 63d, fell
from tree on charged electric wires.
Lawrence Wines, Maywood, III.,
postal employe, arrested, charged
witn stealing stamps.
James Giampetro, 1155 W. Erie,
told police wife died from rat poison
taken after quarrel. Investigating.
John Baligit, 90 W. 17th, dead as
result of kick on left ankle from
Andrew Schult arrested as robber
who held up dozen tea stores. Con
fessed, police claim.
Jesse Mitchell, colored porter,
Clarke Jewelry Co., 52 W. Madison,
arrested for alleged thefts of cash.
Ten-day-old boy found abandoned
in C. & N. depot Police seek mother.
John V. Steger and Samuel Moist,
piano makers, arrested in fight with
dealer, G. B. Dow, 352 W. 63d, over
John H. Jalosky, typhoid patient,
St Margaret's hospital, Hammond,
jumped out window and fled, naked.
New York. "I am my mother's
only boy," pleaded John Ledwith, 71,
in police court, "and I would like to
go home to her. She is 93 and lone