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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:06; sunset, 6:33.
Frank Foreman, 11, and Kendrick
Robertson, 13, who-ran away to Chi
cago from Lafayette Ind., taken
J. W. Culver, South Shore Country
club, had roadster stolen.
$500 fire damaged saloon of Chas.
Landmark, 9041 Commercial av. Ori
gin of blaze unknown.
Rob't Wanner ran away from Co
lumbus, Ind. Landlady here told po
lice. Sent home.
Patrolman Thos. Dennis sprained
ankle when he attempted to catch
boys shooting craps at 49th and
Jas. Mangus, 714 W. Van Buren,
stabbed in face by Thos. Soberto, 843
Gilpin pi. Quarreled over pool game.
Unknown amount taken by safe
blowers from oFster's restaurant, 221
S. Wabash av.
Order at Northwestern U. bars
girls with high heels from campus
Jos. Terrassis, Mexican, and wife,
Grace, arrested at 2451 Michigan av.
as suspects in Policeman Bror John
J. F. Kister, Arlington, 0., whose
daughter took poison after alleged
attack by Wm. Callaghan, asked
state to prosecute! i
Michael Sauss of E. Chicago held
up and robbed of $9 by four men at
13th and Wabash. Two arrested and
J-. M. Spicer, 539 Lincoln pkwy.,
taken to Passavant hospital Either
victim of rabies or insanity.
Jos. Novak, 2523 Warren av., dead.
Gas. Reason unknown.
Edward Meier, 1910 Wellington, ar
rested with five boy friends in stolen
Paul Schwender, 8151 Cornell av.,
and two companions rescued from
stalled motor boat by Jackson Park
San. Duboisky, 816 Townsend,
found dead, in bed. Heart disease.
Frank Fox, police operator, W. Chi
cago station, reported loss to burglar
who entered home at 4752 Maiden.
Teddy West, 15, 1640 N. Leavitt
St., student Lane high school, ran
away. Mother thinks he has joined
August Kusler, 1444 Montrose av.,
dead. Two others may die. Auto hit
tree in Lincoln Park.
Sam Drefsky, 4530 St. Lawrence
av., brought back from St Louis
on larceny charge.
Men in auto threw bricks through
window of saloon of Richard Kissane,
542 N. State.
Mrs. L A. Needham, 352 Fairview
av., Winnetka, lost purse with $3. to
three men in front of 4507 Magnolia.
Jos. Notycka, 2341 S. Hamlin av.,
suicide. Gas. Ill health.
John Demsha, 19, 3431 Emerald
av., and boy friend arrested as pair
who held up employes of Bates &
Heath, 59 E. Randolph.
Frank Heft, 3144 Wall, suicide. Cut
throat Unable to find work.
John Ricco, 1002 S. Peoria, shot in
arm in front of 1023 Newberry av.
WISE FINDS PEACE SENTIMENT
New York, April 17. Just returned
from the west, where he spoke in all
of the larger cities against military
preparedness, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise
declared today that a well-defined
movement exists through the west to
form a third party with "progressiv
ism and anti-militaricb" as a basis.
"Right now I am for Woodrow Wil
son," said Frank E. Walsh, Kansas
City, Mo., chairman of the federal in
dustrial relations commission, here
today in denying that he was candi
date for president of a party which,
according to Rabbi Stephen R. Wise
of New York, is beine born in the
The new party, the rabbi stated.
will have "antimilitarism and prog
ressivism as its platform."