Newspaper Page Text
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:15; sunset, 7:29.
Coroner's jury asked police to find
slayer of Enrico Ameto, barber, shot
dead at 945 Polk. Assailant unknown.
Albert Deland, 207 N. JCarlov av.,
treas. Deland Sales Co., arrested on
confidence game warrant.
Jacob Hoenger, 63, La Grange,
111., picked dandelions along Santa Fe
tracks. Hit by flyer, Dead.
Jay Breen, 4549 Emerald av.,
held for murder of Emmett Quinn,
450 W. 46th. Pleads self-defense.
Louis Rickard, 56, 3052 E. 91st,
overcome by gas in home. Reported
Sam Purpora, 122 Muskegon av.,
bruised when auto truck hit light
pole as steering gear broke.
Civil service com'n ordered firing
of Foreman Bart Milano of Wilson
av. tunnel work. Showed favoritism
Fred Burdick, 6414 Ellis av., held
to grand jury for murder of Thos.
Creighton, a saloonkeeper.
Bids opened for concessions at
Clarendon av. beach.
Ben Glaser filed suit against Ogden
State bank, which he owned as pri
vate institution. -Asks $200,000.
Supreme court gave Torrens sys
tem of land recording a boost in de
Leslie Raymond, 549 Rush, held
on charge of former sweetheart that
he got $200 by confidence game.
Frank Bopp, paroled convict, is
named as slayer of Policeman Her
man Mallow, shot from stolen auto.
Arthur Seipp, 7, 6571 S. May, dead,
climbed electric light pole. Touched
Albert Haubold, 1657 Addison, sui
cide with gun while wife entertained
visitors at whist.
Four in Wm. Sherry family over
come by gas in home at 6330 Ash
land av. Cause unknown. All re
vived. Schools closed yesterday. Vaca
tion schools open Monday
Allen Carter, ass't U. S. (fis't att'y,
resigned post to run for state office.
Pres. Edmund James of Univ. of
Illinois, denied intention to run for
Antonio Rizzo, barber, 829 Taylor,
arrested for skipping with $15,000
from bank he ran in barber shop.
Library to be opened for boys held
in county jajl. Kate Faulkner cred
ited with idea.
Mrs. Anna.Sodaro, 2022 W.Ohio,
asked police to seek son, Joe, 18,
Said he was going to enlist.
Three policemen and two prison
ers hurt when Irving Park station
patrol wagon was hit by Milwaukee
George Terreberry, bartender, 737
W.' Madison, shot and killed by Jas.
Cullum after saloon fight. Cullum
GIRL REFUSED TO SALUTE FLAG
BRINGS ON STRIKE
Lynn, Mass., June 24. Because
she refused to salute the American
flag, which had been raised to a staff
on the factory of the Allen, Foster
& Willett Shoe Co.Salthough h6r
father is a civil war veteran, Miss
Edith Ximinness caused a strike to
day of more than 200 women and
300 men, who refused to work with
her. Owners of the factory ordered
the building closed. Later the su
perintendent held a conference with
the officials of the United Shoe
Workers of America, whose unions
control the department of the shop,
and they ordered the girl dismissed.
The superintendent carried out
the instructions and on Monday
morning the 500 employes will be
back at their benches.
"I did not consider it my duty to
salute the flag, because it was not
accompanied by the flag of the state
of Massachusetts," the girl is quoted