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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:37; sunset, 7:15.
Burglars climbed 5-story build
ing, 11 W. Monroe, to break in sky
light. Got $200 from W. S. Flenner's
H. C. Andrews, 219 E.i Marquette
rd., 79, suicided. Lakeside hotel, 355
N. Clark. Gas!
Council subcommittee approved
program by efficiency division for
investigating work of board of local
Fed. Judge Landis allowed Att'y
P. H. McCullough $25,000 as fee for
work in litigation involving Chi. &
Mil. Electric ry. McCullough refused
$50,000 fee in 1912.
Judge Richard E. Burke left estate
of only $6,000, according to inven
tory filed in probate court.
Peter Seiler, 1835 Birchwood av.,
missing since July 11. Had $200
Clarendon beach bathers got thrill
when detectives drew guns to pre
vent three men from stealing auto of
Theo. Klatz, 1717 N. Keystone av.
Coroner's jury decides death of
Marino Caruso, 5, deaf and dumb boy
hit by auto, was accidental.
Chas. Flood, driving Consumers'
Co. truck, thrown to street and bad
l ly hurt when he tried to dodge laun
l dry wagon.
Police looking for relatives of Gil-
bert Anderson, found dead on desert
near Riverside, Cal.
L. A. Crandall, wife and babel all-
"killed by Crandall, buried today,
Presbyterian cemetery, Lake Forest.
Frankis Burns, 7806 Bond av.,
fined $25 for breaking tables and
chairs in Cozy Corner cabaret and
nicking patron's nose with whisky
glass. To the Bridewell.
Flashlight of negro burglar awak
ened baby, home frTed Bennett, 6445
Harper av. Bennett chased coon, who
Vote of persons living in neighbor
hood of Edelweiss gardens so tar fa
yors issuance of saloon license to it.
Police say woman living with John
Hobscheid, 1595 Edgewater pi.,
Evanston, is Mrs. Kate Borner, and
that she left husband and three chil
dren in Niagra, Wis., to go' with Hob
scheid. Hans Westling, 10542 Wentworth
av., went to sleep with head on raiL
Headlight of locomotive showed him
there in time for engineer to stop C.
& E. I. train and wake mm up.
Mrs. Oscar Westphal, 6027 Ken
more av., suing for divorce, deser
tion charge. Says she doesn't know
what hubby does, but he gets $250 a
Wife of Dr. Homer Buckner, 2420
W. Jackson blvd., told judge she
taught school for three years that
husDand might continue studies and
clandestinely meet a nurse. Divorce
. Miss A. Johnson, whether that is
not known, killed self, poison, home
of Travelers' Aid society, 1319 W.
Owners of Cadillac cafe cited to
appear in court Monday to answer to
question why they are running a sa
loon without a license.
Price of shoes will go up 20 to 40
per cent this fall, fact brought out at
convention 111. Shoe Retailers' ass'n.
Dr. F. S. Lower, whose parents
were both killed in auto accident as
he was entraining with militia for
border, asks discharge from militia.
Wm. Ulrey, dead, result of attack
of Saddle and Cycle Club gardener,
buried from St Simon's Episcopal
church. Six high school classmates
with him when attacked were pall
bearers. 26,161 took pleasure trips on excursion-
boats out of Chicago, Sun
day. Fire caused heavy water damage
to pianos, Smith Piano Co., 311 S.
Charges filed against Geo. M.
Strachan, supervisor in municipal