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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:26; sunset, 7:06.
Standard Asphalt & Rubber Co.,
3601 Wall, damaged $7,000 by fire.
Ceo. Shearer found dead in room
of Douglas hotel Gas je open. Be
Mrs. Mary Donnelly, 9739 Ex
change av., had Jesse Devit, 2717 E,
76th, and Sam'l Weiser, 109 N. Dear
born, real estate dealers, arrested on
con game charge.
J. P. O'Reilly, patrolman, Wood
lawn station, fined 6 days' pay for
neglect of duty.
When Miss Maxine Byers, 3743 In
diana av.agreed to relurn to mother
in San Antonio, Tex., Judge Uhlir
dismissed morals court case against
Thief robbed clotheslines of Dr. M.
L. Blatt, 5134 Greenwood av., and
Mrs. J. E. Hunter, 6462 Wooddawn
av. Got mostly stockings.
Thos. Higgins, waiting in state's
att'y's office for drawing of com
plaint dharging him with perjured
testimony, escaped by dropping out
Hiram Warner, 6334 Woodlawn
av., jumped from "L" train at 63d
and University av. Dead.
John P. Zenner, 6847 W. Madison,
Oak Park, killed by fall into elevator
Shaft at 25 N. Jefferson.
"I've been poisoned," phoned wom
an from Kaplan's cigar store, 1005
Belmont av., to poliGe. Then she
Frank Wing, former, business
head of Municipal Tuberculosis san
itarium, told council committee why
Dr. Sachs quit
R. C. Craig and F. A. Stewart, pub.
of "American Opportunities," ar
rested. Investor lost $500.
David Monaster, 26, 1649 N. Robey,
arrested because he got marriage li
cense without consent of girl,
cousin, Julia Monaster.
Lester Rose of Vaudeville Pub. Co.
held by coroner'-s-jury in case of May
Farley, dead from dope.
Jas. "McCormick, Felix Kucharski
and Jacob Gracczuk, charged with
holding up Monon road'freight train
in western style, made, federal prison
August Reichel, 4307 Kammerling
av., arrested on federal charge of
having sent threatening letters (j .
through mails to Andrew Feldheim,
2006 S. State.
Miss Jeanette Szobie, 3751 Indiana
av., swore warrant for Mrs. Rob't
Schuppel, 4708 Indiana av., whom
she charges with keeping her $100
Dr. C. O. Lindstrom, 800 N. Clark,
arrested on charge of violating Har
rison drug act
Ferdinand Germi, 30 Walton pi., on
motorcycle; challenged another put-put-cycler
to race. Went 45 miles
an hour. Won. Was racing with
cop. Fined $15.
Mrs. Louise Armsby suicide in St
Joseph's Old People's home, Aurora,
Marie- Rosiers, nurse Misericordia
hospital, Ottawa, Can., to testify
against Mrs. Matters today.
Unidentified woman killed when C.
M. & St P. freight train started as
she tried to crawl under it
Maj. Gen. Thos. Harry to arrive
here soon to take charge of central
dep'fc U. S. army. (
Judge Walker turned down motion
to quash indictment against Att'ys.
Erbstein and O'Donnell.
Mrs. Harriet Ricketts suing stove
dealer, 323 W. Randolph, for divorce.
Says he is jealous.
Aid. Jas. Ronigan, Whiting, Ind.,
fined $5 after quarrel with taxi driver Q
over bill or $5.
Wm. NewmanEureka hotel, 733 S.
State, arrested.. Passed "bum checks,
Vera Wilde, who swallowed poison -
when she was told at Kresge's 10-
cent store, 10 S. State, that she
could not work fast eivough to earp
$6 S week, recovering.