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Sunrise, 5:11; sunset, 6:30.
Fire destroyed loading platform
f Linseed Oil Co.'s building, 2209 Lum-
Anthony Johnson, 89, 5957 Prairie
av., suicide. Jumped- into lake. De
spondent over loss of speech.
Dr. Nelson Burr, dentist, 3175 Lin
coln av., fined $5. Lillian Baker, of
fice girl, says he struck her.
Coroner's jury over body of Joseph
Sokolowsky, 1640 W. 19th, held Al
bert Mayfil to grand jury.
Custave Deutschman, held in con
nection with murder of Mrs. Agnes
Middleton, released on bonds.
John Hammond, clerk Chicago
Beach hotel, held by federal sleuths
for alleged fraudulent mail insurance
Jennie Jesna, 1546 Wabash av.,
found fatally stabbed on kitchen
floor. Lewis Secor, John McKinley
and Frank Miller, same address, ar
rested. War's demand for old metal has
increased prices and there are 551
more junk dealers in Chicago than
there were last year.
Louis F. Swift, Jr., Lake Forest,
packer's son, arrested for driving
auto 30 miles an hour through Ev
anston. Boys of Rob't Morris school have
formed model city and want somfe
one to lend a city hall to meet in.
For second time in 6 months 3,500
employes of Standard Oil Co., Whit
ing, Ind., were given 10 per cent in
crease in wages. 600 additional men
Citizens' traffic and safety com'n
will entertain city and park traffic
police at dinner. Chief Healey will
be honor guest at similar affair in
Dr. J. J. Haiselden removed parts of
two children's skulls to remedy nerve
' and brain defects.
John Huzgian dead in County hos
pitaL Geo. and Abe Kahourey held.
Beat John, police say.
THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Irma, wife of Actor Joe Howard,
who committed suicide in Omaha,
buried today by her father, Martin
Sanford Rosenbaum, 419 W. Gar
field blvd., held in murder of Ernest
Gross, 5956 S. May, after stabbing
Elevated roads will take gigantic
census April 26. Patrons will be asked
to write or cards just where they ride
to each average day.
Jos. Filoffo, 18, 1739 Wabansia av.f
good job, happy home, shot self.
"Wanted to die while I was so
happy," he explained. Has chance
Dr. Geo. W. Webster, 58, 560 E.
36th, of Wesley Memorial hospital
staff, to wed Mabel MacNab, 41, 6545
Robbers got $50 watch from waiter
and $25 from cash register, Chris
'Smerling's restaurant, 2154 S. West
Miss Caroline Kister, 4448 Dover
av., nearly dead from taking poison.
Wm. Callahan, name believed ficti
tious, whom girl says betrayed her,
Dr. Lillian R. Hobbs, 4035 Indiana
av., held to grand jury on charge of
causing death of Alda Christopher
son, 4149 Ellis av. by illegal opera
tion. Mrs. Scott Durand, whose famous
Crabtree farm herd of cattle was kill
ed by state authorities because of
hoof and mouth disease, will start
Att'y Gen. Lucey slated to be
chairman of Democratic state con
vention. Blue caps ordered for night police
men. Says white caps are too easily
seen at night.
Anna Engberg sued Henry Liese,
3330 N. Ashland blvd., for $50,000
Basis of action unknown.
Mrs. Chas. Mollan, 4923 Sheridan
rd., hurt when auto was hit by Stony
Island av. street car.
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