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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:19; sunsot, 7:14.
David Bennett arrested by deputy
U. S. marshal. Alleged to haye forged
checks in Canada.
Diversey blvd bridge to be closed
Monday morning. Channel to be
Northbound roadway of Clark st
bridge to be closed Sunday morning.
Decision in case of will of Geo. Ha
vill who left most of $250,000 to sec
ond wife expected. Contested by
Judge Cooper .freed Veronica Mc-
Allen, former Minn. "U" co-ed, who
ran away from asylum. Declared
Ed Lill suing Henry Frichtnicht
and Peter Jackson for 30,000 for
Viola Kleyhauer, 2, 8450 Odlesby
av., fell 25 feet from window. Un
hurt. Mrs. Anna Shishs, 3308 Wallace,
told police she fought off burglar
who entered home.
After six week search police found
Josephine Romejko at 4520 S. Tal
nian av. Father seriously wounded
in Russian army. Wants to see her
Attorneys for Ed Saul Leon who
may be deported, wants habeas cor
pus. Hotel proprietor.
E. J. Cerny, Mrs. A. F. Kavina and
their mother arrested for trying "to
prevent laying ofgas main in front
of home. Probationed.
Police report this: 3 men with guns
held up Ed Cohen's shoe store, 3223
Ogden av. Cohen hit all three with
chtair, but still they get away with
Louis Thompson, 714 N. May', gas
stove repair man, found guilty of con
tributing to delinquency of 16-year-old
girl. Probationed. . Has wife an'd
Phil Skacoek, 1505 N. Paulina,
dead. Shot by Stanley Redlinski,
1641 Brigham, in quarrel over wife.
Judge Cooper ordered Mrs.
Frankie Buchanan, 2116 N. Avers
av., to bring 10-year-old daughter
into court Husband alleges she is
West Hammond saloonkeeper fil
ing writ of mandamus for issuance
of saloon license.
42 merit medals to be handed po
lice department each year is plan of
J. L. Jacobs, former city efficiency
expert, engaged to make saloon sur
vey. Mysterious person who has at
tacked so many women in the far
south side re-appeared last night
and attempted to drag Mrsi Lottie
Trewin into prairie. Neighbors heard
screams. Man escaped.
Robt Baird, Park Ridge, thinks
his son was murdered. Body was
found in river near Louisville.
Frank Jourinsky, 1509 S. Kolmar
av., dead. Out of work. Gas.
Will Hulton, 2341 W. Harrison,
jumped in river from Randolph st
bridge. Said somebody was after
him. To be examined.
Rock Island engine picked up Will
Carroll's auto and set it aside when
it went dead on track.
Mercury mounted to 90 degrees
yesterday. Cooler weather promised.
Will Passett, teamster, sentenced
to Joliet for 20 years for contribut
ing to delinquency of stepchildren.
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FOREST PARK RIDE CARRIES
YOU NEAR TO CLOUDS
Chicago has now the highest, fast
est ride in any amusement park right
at its door. In Forest Park the Giant
Coaster, or Chase Through -the
Clouds, is said to eual any ride that
ever thrilled Coney Island.
Anna Harris, the young Chicago
girl who has broken into ithe news-:
papers several times with her feats
as a swimmer, is the headliner of
"Jonah and the Whale," which is
being shown at the Water Circus,-!