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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:21; sunset, 7:13.
Case against Olaf B. Olsen, 2515
N. Sawyer av., model cashier, -foundv
short in accounts of A. C. McClurg
& Co., continued till June 2l. -
Pat Murphy kicked Rob't Henery
into middle of State st with his peg
leg, say police. Henery run over by
wagon; injuries not serious.
JVIiss Veronica McAllen, Minnesota
heiress who escaped from school for
feeble-minded, pronounced sane by
S. S. Loseff held up in his drug
store, 556 E. 67th, for $68.
Teamster strike on in Lake Forest.
Bosses forced to do their own haul
ing. Edward Arnheim, wed few weeks
ago, held by the police. Think he
Henry Federicks, 2834 Calumet
av., hit on head by brick. Skull
fractured. Blame strikers.
Margaret 'Brownson, stenograph
er, Milwaukee, dead. Swallowed
poison week ago.
Rob't Kiesling, 9, 5838 Emerald av.,
dead. Struck by auto of J. D. Thomp
son. Patrolman Ceo. O'Connor fined 15
days' pay by trial board. Assaulted
citizen while drunk.
J. J. Courney, policeman, fined ten
days' pay by civil service comm'rs.
Wm. Donnelly, 9, 6332 Evans av.,
hit by auto of Mrs. P. J. Iinzie, 6142
Mrs. Frances Nordstrom Gibbs, ac
tress, obtained annulment of mar
riage to H. D. Gibbs.
Wm. Behrse, 4, 846 N. Homan av.
had skull fractured by auto of Ralph
Moore, 637 Dewey ct
David Neill, juror in Erbstein trial
before Judge Walker, told judge 'he
was fed on hash almost exclusively.
Stili 4 jurors needed to compfete
panel in labor conspiracy triaL
Oak Park offered a 3y2 cent rate
In city limits by traction company. I
Herbert Kane, 2102 Wabash av.,
arrested in Milwaukee when police
noticed peculiar lisp. Say they found
aluminum container filled with co
caine under his tongue.
Lukacz Krishewitz, 1350 W. 18th,
held to grand jury on charge of mur
dering John Czojkowski, 1433 N.
Chester Raciszawski, 927 Noble,
who jumped frpm third-floor win
dow, dead. Despondent over lack of
Wm. Lay, 4824 N. Paulina, ordered
to pay wife $5 a week alimony. She
charged him with being attentive to
other women before being married
Mrs. Mary Pauli, 3354 Parnell av.,
prefers affection of five cats to hus
band's love and support, he, said in
Union station to have new car line.
Aldermanic local transportation
committee approved Caroline permit
on Canal st from Archer av. to
Samuel Greenberg, tailor, 7128
South Chicago av., says he, was hyp
notized into parting with $515 for
tune and into borrowing un addition
al $300 for pair of swindlers.
TELEGRAPH BRIEFS ,
Tarrytown, N. Y. Miss Minna
Irving, poetess, fired preliminary"
shots into air and then shot 15 times
at pair of burglars who tried to enter
her home. Noise drove them off.
Atlantic City, N. J. Just before
the coffin lid was screwed down over
the late Mrs. Annie Willis, her hus
band placed a contract in her fingers
in whic hhe swore he would be faith
ful to her until his own death. She
was his third wife.
Pittsburgh. -Mrs. W. B. Nichols,
accused of shoplifting, appeared in
court with Mary Brady, her twin sis
ter. They so confused prosecution
that the case was carried over.