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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:35; sunset, 6:58.
Mayor revoked saloon license of F.
J. Smith, 648 N. Dearborn, for re
ported violation of Sunday closing
Mrs. Mamie Cormley, 1126 Chat
ham ct., prevented from attacking
Romolo Amici, 1346 Larrabee, when
court dismissed Amici, charged with
murdering Mrs. Gormley's husband.
Coroner's jury at inquest over
Thos. Cassidy, 3814 Elmwood av.,
called excavation, 40th and Vincen
nes av., "trap for pedestrians."
Chicago Agricultural club organ
ized at Stock Yards Inn by 147 men
interested in farming.
Confidence game charge against
F. M. Atkinson, pres. Lynx Bar Gold
Total collections for wheel taxes,
ending April 30, $768,249, as against
$725,425 year before.
Body of unidentified man found on
tracks at Plymouth ct. and Taylor.
Judge C. M. Walker selected as
trial judge in case of Att'ys Chas.
Erbstein and P. H. OTJonnell and six
others indicted for conspiracy to su
F. M. Williams, suing E. L. Strat
ton, says he was stung when he paid
$1,800 for Texas land which was ten
miles from water and would grow
nothing but cactus.
Bulk of Haiman Lowy $300,000
estate left to children. Chicago "U"
gets $3,000, Michael Reese hospital
$2,500, Jewish Training School, Jew
ish Orphan asylum, Cleveland Home
for Jewish Friendless and Working
Girls $1,000 each.
Coroner's jury decided Mrs. Edith
Fuller, nurse, 105 S. Kostner, 'died
accidentally. Overdose of bromidia
taken to induce sleep.
$2,509 worth of jewelry, furs and
clothing taken by burglars from Dr.
Hubert Miner's flat, 1035 N. West
Paul Fullmer, 2259 Long av., killed.
FelL under B. & .0. train, at Archer, ay.
Wm. Donnellan, 1528 N. Central
Park av., dead. Hit by train.
Unidentified min held by West
Pullman police. To be examined for
Joe Morris and Jas. Doyle still
fighting over $65 mule in Lake coun- 0'
ty courts. Already had three trials
costing $200 a day. Jurors dis
agreed. Detective McFarland found one
tailor in shop. Raided it few min
utes later and found 21. Fred Smith,
808 S. Dearborn, booked as gambling
Wm. Deutcher, 4253 Haddon av.,
prosecuted his wife and Stephen
Noehll. Produced Noehll's trousjers
in court to prove he was with "his
Three men held as suspects in the
shooting of Dan Fitzgerald, 835 W.
47th, who was shot and killed in
Finley's salon, 47th and Halsted,
Ceo. Williams and Chas. Hoffman,
alleged "dips" from N. Y., arrested
when they took $1,000 from pockets
of G. W. Kellinger on Madison st.
Geo. Applegate, clerk at Hotel -Richlieu,
held up twice in three days.
$600 jewelry and $43 in cash taken
frbm flat of Mrs. Belle Saunders,
5216 Indiana av.
Dr. Clifford Mitchell blames fast
business pace for spread of nephri
tis. Lois Kellogg fighting for $400,000
estate of mother, Mrs. Sarah Kellogg, -who
died April, 1915, allowing daugtu "
ter only life interest on money.
Citizen's ass'n offers $500 reward
for information leading to arrest of
men who slugged Francis Connery
in last election. Wants to discourage
Mrs. Clara Schumacher wants di-'
vorce from Fred W. A. Schumacher.
Says he's too fervent in love.
Louis Werner, 4131 N. Oakley av.,,
dead. Drank ammonia by mistake