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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:00; sunset, 6:37.
Will O'Brien dead. Jumped from
6th floor of Stag hotel, 22 W. Van
Buren. """ --
Judge Cooper ordered P. M. Kelly,
head of Kankakee asylum, to appear
with patient alleged to be wrongfully
Judge MacDonald asked for imme
diate trial by Atty's Erbstein and
O'Donnell, charged -with perjury.
Judge Heap withheld decision in
cases of John LaBow and three oth
ers till Saturday. Charged with col
lecting vice tribute.
State's Att'y Hoyne wants grand
jury to indict Maurice Hennessey for
swearing falsely to bond.
John Hopkins, former mayor, ar
rested for speeding.
Carl Ribe, 3, 1356 S. Crawford av.,
badly hurt. Fell from second floor
Dr. Duncan Robertson, dentist,
sued for $10,000 by Louisa Hirsch.
Coroner's jury recommended ar
rest of unidentified slayers of Steph
en Novak, saloonkeeper, who escaped.
Standley WaJczak, 8706 Exchange
av., arrested on serious charge of
Louise Hossman, 7842 Marquette rd.
Harry Milligan, mgr., slightly hurt,
10 girls scared. Gas tank exploded.
A. Schwertz, cleaning shop.
Edwin Orpet, father of boy held for
murder, sued for $10,000. Slander
charged by John Tiplady.
Mayor restored saloon licenses to
J. McDonough, 1030 N. Franklin;
Jos. "Rudman, 1800 S. Morgan; Sam
uel Goldberg, 500 N. Clark; Henry
Groth, 415 E. 63d.
Members of Chi. Teachers' Fed.
elated to learn that teachers in
Washington and New York have ap
plied for charters in the American
Fed. of Labor.
E. W. Dally, storekeeper, 2542
Wentworth av., hurled hatchet at
two men who tried to hold him -up.
John P. Garner, com'r public serv
ice, announces three car lines have
extended operations. Kedzie and
Western in two places.
Mrs. Bridget O'Brien, 60, 1825 E.
91st, died suddenly after card game.
Dan Riley, 18, convicted of mur
dering John Mozier, sentenced to 14 '
years. Took new trial. Second trial
resutled in his getting sentence of
Mrs. Sophie Bernard, 4520 Grand
blvd., sister and mother roused from
bed by robbers, who took $1,000 in
diamonds from fingers and got $30'
Heirs of Edw. Bain, Kenosha man
ufacturer of wagons, who grew'
wealthy on civil war contracts, got
Milwaukee police - decide Karl
Kooch, Chicago man found in river
with hands loosely wired together,
Police arrested six alleged pick
pockets in loop.
Two Chicago lawyers, Wm. E.
Keeley and Wm. G. "Habeas Cor
pus" Anderson, ordered disbarred by
Gas explosion blew roof off Abbott '
Alkaloidal Co.'s plant, 4753 Ravens
Marvin Hughitt, chairman board
of directors, Northwestern road,
grew so tired of first vacation in 20
years that he is coming back to work
from California in special train.
Corporation counsel ruled that cer
tificates of death signed by osteopa
thic physicians are illegal because
they are not licensed physicians.
I. C. railroad wins case in supreme (ft)
court and will pay $2,000,000 a year
less taxes than state demanded.
4,000 clerks, station agents, etc., of
Northwestern road granted $5-a-month
$230,000 apartment hotel to be
built at Greenview and Birchwood.
Municipal bathing beaches can
now-accommodate 50,000 a day.