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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:26.
Frank Koeckeritz, 3750 Costello
av., robbed of $85 and $405 worth of
John Delaney, watchman, dead.
Shot by man he ejected from movie
.heater, 414 W. Chicago av.
John Carlson, Winnetka, leaped
from motorcycle in time to save life
as cycle dashed into electric train.
Cycle ground to bits.
John Pajek, 1220 Florence av.,
Evanston, fined $75 for beating Jacov
Kominski and threatening wife and
Mrs. Agnes Sevander, 1401 N.
Dearborn, robbed on Fullerton av.
car of $200 purse.
Pursesnatcher got $100 and two
drafts from Lillian Sharkoff, em
ployed by Clements Mfg. Co., 609
Genevieve West, 7, 158 W. Huron,
screamed when enticed into hallway
by man. Neighbors rescued her. Man
who gave name Harry Miller held by
Thousands of dollars secured yes
terday for relief of Polish war suffer
ers. Highland Park's 4-day campaign
to secure fund for hospital ended.
Free movie show being run in Mar
shall Field's store.
Thieves got about $200 worth from
houses of Simon Goldstone, 3942
Rokeby, and Anton Lunden, 845
Lake View av.
Cubs' North Side baseball park will
be scene of grand opera Thurs.
night, when Kronberg performance
of Wagner's "Siegfried" will be given
in open air with 11-star cast and 15
cars of scenery.
Don Blair, 16,, and Harold Furnas,
15, Dayton, O., arrested here for
'stealing auto. Had 3 cents.
Dr. H. C. W. Gresens, 620 W. 31st,
fined $50 for failing to report infec
tion that destroyed sight in eye of
baby of H. O. Miller, 3035 Quinn.
F. W. Runden, salesman, 40, 2535
N. Central Park av., arrested on
complaint of Miss Mary Neihoff,
3763 Shields av., that he followed
her and flirted.
Charges that Frank Bilek of III.
Post Card Co. illegally used union
label on stationery dismissed when
Bilek showed he has had no interest
in firm for several months.
Wm. O. Gooding, "model office
boy," who disappeared with $1,541
he was taking to bank for Gordon O.
Strong & Co., Republic bldg., arrest
ed in Buffalo and brought back.
Rob't B. Gentels, Board of Trade
broker, seriously wounded in recent
fighting about Ypres.
To impress girls with his aquatic
skill, Clarence Weller, 509 Wells,
dived frim State st. bridge. John
McDonald, once sailor on British
warship, Warspite, rescued him.
Edw. Cullerton, chief clerk city
sewer dep't, nephew Aid. Cullerton,
arrested on charge of slugging T. S.
Mathiesen, 843 W. Ohio. Cullerton
says Mathieson tried to rob. Mathie
Man captured after Emil Stuckey
was held up in drug store, 559 E.
71st, gave name Harry Hall. Said he
was quartermaster Troop E, First
cavalry, I. N. G.
Judge Jos. Sabath may be appoint
ed by Gov Dunne to fill superior
bench vacancy caused by death of
Judge Richard Burke.
Thirty persons charged with hav
ing drugs in their possession dis
missed today because supreme court
decided "possession" clause in Har
rison anti-drug act is unconstitu
tional. Alex Miller, ancient cabbie of Hyde
Park, dead. Fell from roof, . 5473
Dorchester av., near home. Neck
Expected that resignation of Dr,
Harris as pres. of Northwestern "U"
will be accepted at annual meeting
of board of trustees tomorrow and