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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:18; sunset, 7:16.
Wm. Volt 8806 Wallace, hanged
Mrs. Mary Krizynowski took, poi
son, home of mother, Mrs. Mary
Liszk, 6211 Wabash av. Will live.
Had trouble with husband.
Mrs. Mary Ryan, 5130 S. Morgan,
dead from self-inflictedi revolver
wound. Brooded over (laughter's
Frank Tichman, Lemont, electric
al engineer, electrocuted on drainage
Wilbur Glenn Voliva, overseer,
Zion City, is so strong for prepared
ness that he says Roosevelt is not
strong enough for it.
Adolph Welter, 543 N. Clark, ar
, rested for non-payment of taxi bill,
said he was personal friend of Col.
Roosevelt and the .kaiser. Will prob
ably be sent to observation ward,
j Alex. Baker and wife, 972 W. 18th,
' bruised. Auto of Victor Butkus, 957
W. 18th, was hit by car.
Twelve youths arrested at 26th
and California av. at "bandit con
Lots of folks in swimming in lake
"H. E. B'enzinger's home, 4159
Prairie av., robbed. Even took much
Mande! Diamond, 1131 W. 14th pi.,
saved $31 to contribute to Jewish re
lief fund. Hid it in kitchen. Stolen.
"Americanism of Germans is not
hyphenated," spirit of meeting of the
German-American Newspaper Pub
lishers' ass'n yesterday.
Frank Novak, 13, 1411 Fuller,
drowned when he rode bicycle oft
Hillock av. into river. Brother Frank,
10, riding with him, saved self.
Youngest person ever to receive
degree oT master of pharmacy from
Loyola university, II. G. Lescher, 22,
2037 Keller av. Received diploma
Twenty-one violations of Sunday
closing law reported to police.
"Chances for an independent Po
lish nation seem dimmer than ever,"
Archbishop Mundelein said at din
ner of United Polish organizations.
Body of man who scratched last
message on leather purse then shot
self in Riverside, identified at that of
Geo. E McClellan, 3927 N. Spauld-
Theo. W. Reynolds, 2415 Monti
cello av., accused by Mrs. Wm. M.
Marshall, 6210 Eberhart av., with the
theft of $150 ring, brought back
from Detroit by police.
All branches of Illinois national
guard, infantry, cavalry, naval and
special corps will be reviewed by
Gov. Dunne at Riverview Park,
June 24. t
$7,000,000 FUNDFOR PENSIONS
"Rev. J . 33 . tlineiey (
The gigantic task of raising funds
to pay the pensions of retired Meth
odist Episcopal pastors and the
widows and children of clergymen is
the job held by Rev. Joseph B. Hin
geley, secretary of the board of con
ference claimants. More than
$7,000,000 is now on hand-for pen