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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:43; sunset, 6:51.
John King, honor convict Joliet
I. Mandel, 939 N. Ashland av.,
bruised. Car hit wagon.
John Adams, waiter, fined $15 for
flirting with May Cansidine, 411 Sul
Harry McElroy, 4 mo., 5807 Bishop,
smothered by pillow.
Pearl Saunders, 6722 S. Peoria,
hurt by auto of Geo. Manusos, 6638
S. Loomis. Manusos arrested. Girl
Dr. Tillman McMurty, 6329 S.
Spaulding, attacked by pickpockets
on Western av. car at 63d. They es
caped. Serg't Michael Moran shot in thigh
by Ed Neff. Arrested.
Boleslav Malcsa exonerated by cor-
oner's jury for killing Tom Tomsek
and shooting Chas. LeniKO. &eu ae-
Mrs. Blanche Patterson suing Wm.
Higgons, 1301 W. Washington blvd.
Says he put detectives on trail, sus
pecting she was operating disorderly
2,000 bootblacks joined Chi. Feder
ation of Labor. No more shines on
Police looking for Mrs. Mary Wil
liams, 2339 W. Madison. Wandered
away from home. Skull fractured
years ago. Believed partially de
mented. Mrs. Susana Pfieger suing Dr. B. A.
McBurney for $20,000. Alleged mal
practice. Mrs. Ella Walker's will filed in pro
bate court. $40,000 of $90,000
John R. Thompson, Paul Schulze
and C. F. Brown appointed commit
tee to care for funds to be collected
for Ralph Blakelock, impoverished
Hugh Reilly, former cop, discharg
ed by court when he paid $125 hos
pital bill of John Murphy, 6346 Green
wood av., whom he shot.
Report here that Butler Storke,
"boy financier," being held in Den
ver for holding bad checks.
Chief of Detectives Charles L. Lar
kin told his 185 men that they could
stay as long as they worked.
Jury declared Walter Crowe 'not
guilty of stealing $600 worth of duds
from Sam'l Ettelson's home. Judge J
Brothers told them they didn't real
ize duties as jurors.
Joseph Vesely, 2, 4957 N. Craw
ford, may die. Fell into washtub.
Citizens' ass'n complimented Chief
Healey on suppressilng baseball
Franklyn Hobbs, foreman of grand
jury, had pocket picked at auto show.'
Purse returned yesterday.
Ross Waggoner, held in connection
with death of Lillian Kjellstrom,
Rockford, HI., freed by police. Be
lieved girl suicided.
George Neff held up by three rob
bers, who stripped him. Found by
cop. Clothes of one robber found in
John Miller, railway engineer,
asked judge to rid him of loan
sharks. Request refused when he
said he spent money for jewelry.
Made numerous gifts.
Contracts between city and lake
boat companies fpr river dockage to
be canceled to make companies lease
part of municipal pier.
Judge Kersten has cleaned up cal
endar. Granted 70 divorces in 2
Mrs. Julie Swartz, police matron
Englewood station, slept in station to
save new hat from rain.
CapL Carland, head of U. S. lake .-
guard here, sore. Man going around
begging supplies and nfoney for the
Hamilton club to hold joint ban
quet with Union League club of
'Frisco. Diners to be connected by
Sand dunes near Gary, Ind., want
ed for park by Conservation society,