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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:16; sunset, 7:29.
John Maglien killed in mysterious
explosion and fire at 1917 W. 21st st
35 men and 7 women arrested in
raids on flats at 933 Wells sLt-IQ9 N.
Clark and 940 Wells.
Lifeguards saved Jos. and Max
Meyer, 1555 Millard av., from drown
ing in lake.
Nels Pierson, Evanston, fell in
lake while fishing. Drowned.
Louis Mutakevicz, 105 W. 31st st,
held in connection with robbery of
Albert Pick & Co., March 15.
Mrs. Stella Coralzowski, 23, 4809
. S. Lincoln-, gave birth to baby after
auto in which she was riding was
struck by train. Both in good shape.
Mrs. Anna Klaska, 1744 W. 17th
sL, suicide. Cut throat. El health.
Rev. Jos. A. Milburn, Plymouth
Congregational church, transferred
to Sewanee, Tenn.
Frank Bott, 6919 Aberdeen, shot
-and killed his brother Edward, and
wounded his wife during quarrel.
Drinking, police say.
Police believe Wm. Rebbe shooting
story has collapsed. Case given up.
Suspect Rebbe shot himself.
Rep. John K. Lyle wants state to
buy aero field and present it to gov
ernment - Old Glory post, G. A. R., honored
dead veterans at Masonic Temple.
Mrs. Christiana Sauer, 4028 N.
Drake, hurt by cicycle.
Leo Rapp, 5209 Winthrop av.,
found man in house. Chased him.
Small boy tripped intruder and he
was caught Gave name of John
Borden, 440 E. Superior.
Franklin McLean, 7232 Lowe av.,
badly hurt Auto turned turtle near
Wheeler, Ind. Three others in car
Mrs. Louise Pagenkgos, Sophia
Greve and Freda Greve, 2018 N. Kil--dare,
overcome by gas. Will re
cover. Twenty held for alleged gambling
after raid at 1330 W. Madison-
Agnes Diess, 22, 1830 N. Kildare,
drank wintergreen oil. Despondent
Aid. Sutherland, tailor, Oak Park,
missing since Wednesday.
Bert Connors accused Wm.
Rooney, 4712 Monroe, of doing the
shooting that killed Jos. Cooney dur- f
ing fight over election of officers of
Metal Workers' union. Connors was
wounded in fight
Medill McCormick to run for con-gressman-at-large.
David Mack, N. Y. salesman,
dropped dead during card game at
Tony May, bondsmen, may not
have to pay for $20,000 bail bond
skipped by Harry Werner, alleged
swindler. Says latter was killed in
Carl Brickner, San Francisco, ar
rested on charges of getting money
from firms which had given him jobs.
Man snatched purse of Anna Maz
lin, 6424 University av.
Chas. M. Peterson, 6831 S. Ada,
bitten by dog. Animal killed.
Jamc Kosekosmek, 1154 W. Huron,
tried suicide by gas. Didn't like the
smell. Yelled for help. Will recover.
Roman Godascz, 1954 Robey, and
Jos Gicinski, 1646 Hermitage,
stabbed each.other in fight over beer.
Corpus Christi R. C. church, 49th
and Grand blvd., dedicated yesterday.
Mrs. Margaret Anderson, 337 E.
24th, caused arrest of Chas. Fisher.
Says he stole hubby's pants and $3o! i
Loonie Neith, 14, 4057 N. Oakley, '
struck by swing in Lincoln park. Hip
Geo. Cunningham, 150 N. Robey,
hurt when motorcycle hit Western
Sam Korthosis, 1732 S. State, died
of stab wound.' Harry Harrison, bar
ber, 8 W. 18th st. suspected.
Mrs. John Lind, Kenilworth.
Roosevelt booster during convention,