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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:09: sunset, 6:31.
J. J. McKinley, 1546 Wabash av.,
held to grand jury for murder of Mrs.
Anna Josnat '
Jos. Lococo, 2211 Archer av., held
to grand jury as one of three who
held up Paul Schoop's saloon.
Coroner's jury unable to clear mys
tery of death of Bernard Wantz, 1358
W. 87th. Found on home porch with
bullet in brain.
Ora Reynolds, 7866 Eggleston av.,
and Haroldine Artist, 531 E. 87th,
each 15, brought back from St
Louis. Ran away.
Att'y John Curtin, 5723 Cottage
Grove av., arraigned for pawning
Miss Betty Riddell won't say why
she's suing Harry Hall, Jr., pres. of
Chicago Case Mfg. Co., and Harold
Keefe, of that firm, for $10,000.
Judge Barrett denied motion to set
aside order overruling motion for a
new trial and to vacate sentences of
four Washington Park bank robbers
sentenced to Joliet
Jas. Fergus, 19, 4335 Archer av.,
rescued man from river. Taken to
Jas Flynn, 1231 W. Adams, ad
mitted he murdered Jas. Holmes, 632
S. Peoria, who stole wife's love, then
taunted him about it
Police say they found T. E. Minor,
325 Willow; Ray Cleaver, 335 Me
nominee, and Valentine Duckers,
1730 Sedgwick, in stolen auto.
Harry Sirotkin and Fanny Jacob
son, 16, arrested in flat, 3310 Sheffield
av. ' Man wanted in N. Y. for abduct
Judge Barrett gave Wm. H. Mat
tern, 307 N. 5th av., 10 days in jail.
Contempt of court
Mabel DeBord, 5, 1020 S. Leavitt,
dead. Jolted from father's auto. Ran
"Toys, not noise, on the Fourth for
the boys!" is the war cry of toymak
rs in session at Hotel Morrison.
Four railroad brotherhoods con
templating strike have asked Ass'n
of Western Railways to help appoint
national committee to deal with the
Since April 1 52 Chicago boys have
run away from home.
Mysterious suit for $20,000 filed
against Mrs. J. W. Ryan, 6200 Ken
more av., by Mrs. Jos. W. Burke,
6501 S. Peoria, wife of saloonkeeper.
Eliza Johnson, 5, 831 Main st., Ev
anston, dead, following second op
eration by Dr. H. J. Haiselden, who
hoped to make child mentally nor
mal. M. H. Ottesen, 3938 N. Irving av.,
married niece. Seeks annulment,
finding such wedding violates state -laws.
Political Equality league investiga
tors say some theaters are violating
fire ordinance, letting minors see for
bidden movie films and permitting
Saloon licenses of Abraham Nel
son, 2201 W. Chicago av., and Anna
YuM Yuknis, 1620 S. Union av., re
voked. Wife of Sexton Nels Person found
dead in bathroom of rectory, Episco
pal Church of the Atonement, 5749
Kenmore. Believed suicide because
Drys plan long, hard campaign in
attempt to win next legislature to
local option law.
Rob't H. Cuentzel, 4315 Prairie av.,
bankrupt, tried to kill self for third
time in three weeks.
Mrs. Jos. Van Lewen, Los Angeles,
in Chicago looking for husband who,
she says, squandered her $50,000 in
two years. Threatening suicide.
Louis Stasrinski told police his sis
ter, Mrs. Mary Rozenski, 825 Milton
av., had sold 2-year-old daughter
Elevator fell 9 floors in county bldg.
Monday afternoon. Policeman John
Short, 6320 St Lawrence av., 1 of 11
in car, badly injr I