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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise. 4:41; sunset, 6:53.
I. C. being sued for $100,000 for
loss of legs of Eugene Whalen, aged
Northwestern road, anticipating
heaviest Colorado business in history,
will put additional fast train in serv
ice to Denver in few weeks.
Mrs. Caroline Cooper, Paducah,
Ky., plenty of money, but poor health,
suicide, 1013 E. 62d. Gas.
. Mayor announced he would see
committee from Woman's Church
Fed. today to hear its complaint of
lax moral conditions in city.
Dr. J. W. Coon, deposed medical
director of municipal tuberculosis
sanitarium, going into Wisconsin
woods for first rest in 20 years.
Dr. Harry Haiselden today per
formed second operation on Thelma
Jackson, Laporte, Ind., in attempt to
Jas. Tulloch, 4034 Gladys av., dead.
Backed into elevator shaft at Hor
der's stationery warehouse, 10 N.
Patrolmen Richard Fischer, Town
Hall station, and Pat Jeane, Fillmore
st., charged before civil service
com'n with drunkeness on May day.
Ed Brown, Harry Wallace and John
Morando found guilty of highway
robbery. Held up Chinese laundry.
City boiler inspector granted right
to inspect rooming house boilers by
Ignatz Mondrala', Pittsburgh, here
looking for wife who left him with his
Jury awarded $6,500 to Mrs. Mary
Paden. She was injured riding in
elevator in bldg. of Paul Schafler.
Police looking for Eugene Sullivan,
13, 5535 S. May, who has gone to see
John Mayme, 722 Front, dead. Hit
by fenderless mail truck.
Antonio Militello, 215 Elm., killed by
sawed-off shotgun murderer, on the
street at Elm and Larrabee. Eleventh
Black Hand murder this year.
Packing plant of Henry Guth Co.,
3911 S. Halsted, closed.. Alleged un
sanitary. Mrs. Elizabeth Connors, ousted
with daughters and furniture from
home, 2420 Cottage Grove av., for
failing to pay rent, found by police
living in open, abandoned shed. A
Chicago German-American organ
ization members met North Side Tur
ner hall last night and criticised Pres.
Everett Millard. 7. 520 R nsp.nft. nit
by car. Life saved by fender.
Policeman Thos. Sheridan, W.
Lake st. station, hurt when he risked
life to stop runaway horse which
periled lives of street full of Tilden
school children. Dragged 100 feet.
Fred Slack, Ray Roe, Jas Iveton
and Rob't Clausen charged with rob
bery of Logan Sq. Motor Car Co.,
zs6i jn. aacramento av.
Archbishop Mundelein forwarded
$50,000, contributed from Chicago
Catholic churches toward relief
work in Poland.
Earl Madison, 6357 S. Homan,
wants stepmother removed as execu
trix of father's estate because she
has been adjudged "distracted per
son." Nora Liesczek, 4, 2638 W. 18th,
badly burned. Bonfire.
Mrst Kate Heartt, fortune teller,
904 Wells, dead. Gas. Separated
Ben Loaff, 1714 Charles, Wilmette,
cut head. Motorcycle skidded in
front of milk wagon.
Chicago police veterans held enter
tainment and dance May 3 in Occi
dental hall, in memory of Havmarket ft
riot, 30 years ago.
50-pound bag of feathers fell from
wagon on Isadore Greenbersr. fi 1 24K
Washburne av., stealing ride. Injured.
Norval C. Carnie, son Geo. C. Car
nie. 1620 Blue Island av.. mafic
itor-in-chief Oregon Countryman
published by Oregon Aggie students.