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NWS OF- THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:32; sunset, 7.
Henry DeKletn, 55, 2150 Lincoln
Park, west, hit by auto. Bruised,
i J. F. 0'Malley,47 E. Superior,
swore out "John Doe- warrant for
State street car conductor who, he
, said, insulted him.
Chas. E. Dillon, who jumped from
train in Wisconsin to escape going
to Minneapolis to face swindling
charges, arrested here on bad check
W. H. Gale of Gale & Blocki,. drug
concern, left bulk of $230,000 estate
County Treasurer Stuckart saved
county $10,000 by redeeming $2,970,
000 borrowed money which need not
have been paid until July.
J. A. CoteJI, 6551 Ndrmal av, loan
broker, called by Judge Landis in
Council health committee will ask
finance committee to recommend
appropriation jof $10,000 to Tehabili
tate dog pound. Present pound call
ed unfit for dog to live in.
S. H. Abbott, 2943. Warsaw av., in
stantly killed in Burlington road's
Mrs. Nevada Schilling, 1701 W.
Huron, dead from poison. Police call
it suicide. -
Two children under 5 caused
$2,000 loss when they started bonfire
back of 8-fIat bldg.t 3327 W. Madi
son. J. J. KnobSeT6759. S. Sangamon,
fined $100 by Judge Courtney, En
glewood court, for annoying two I-year-okl
Geo. McClelland, 5, 7331 S. Racine
av.,. seriously injured. Attempted to
"hitch" on rear of ice wagon and
John Donohue, 81, 8121 Chappel,
av., dead, result of falling down base
ment steps of Grand Crossing sa
loon. Mrs. J. F. Edwards, Shreveport,
La., told police of loss of $5,000 "in
jewels in Northwestern depot.
Victor Petzef pulled revolver on
porter who tried to put him off Santa
"Fe train because of alleged drunken
ness. Taken to S. Clark station. Had
ticket to Oklahoma. "
Arthur Gardner and wife, colored,
found dead from bullet wounds in
their home, 3422 S. Wabash av. Re
volver in man's hand indicates he
killed wife, then- self.
Thos. West and ' Wm. O'Brien
played ball near latter's home, 4522
S. Union av. Quarreled. West, 17,
hit on head with bat Skull fractured.
Stephen Janicki, 1956 Armitage
av., dramatic critic on Polish Daily
News, assaulted by Michae'l Sheehan,
1737 N. Robey. Sheehan arersted
John Howard's wife says he bas
twice taken liquor cure and three
times been td Washingtonian home
and still drinks. Wants Mvnroo .
Mrs. Anna Sharp, 2057 W. Madi
son, says she swore out warrant
Sept, 1915. Hubby not arrested yet
Complained to-judge. t
John Wanamaker, merchant of,
.rniia., rented house during Republi
can convention. Unable to get into
Harry Larson, 435 Lawler av., and"
Katherine Kugelman, 2351 Farrag'ut,
av., eloped. Wanted to avofd pub
licity of regular wedding.
"Police unable to make headway fn
shooting of J. P. Cooney and Bert
Connors in Hod Carriers' halL Both
living. - '
"Josephine Young," who took
'poison in St Edmund's church in
Oak Parkrefuses to disclose real
identity. May die.
George Kamm arrested. Took;
Edna Peckhaw. 20. 1548 K. R2d tn
"Cro.wn Point, Ind., but didn't marry,
Mrs. Catherine Curry, 7466 S. Chi
cago av., took poison with suicidal
intent Dying. .
Ass't U. S. Att'y Hopkins, ordered
fired by Dis't Att'y Clyne, now offered.
job as special, prosecutor for gov't