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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:40; sunset, 7:12.
Dan'l Ryan, address unknown,
killed. Rock Island train, Grove st,
Stanislaw Redinski, 1641 Bing
ham, to face murder charge in De
troit John Ruppert, 718 W. North av.,
arrested for collecting money from
North Side saloonkeepers for Social
ist workingman's presidential cam
paign fund, he said.
Mrs. Theresa Foertsch, 86, 1676 W.
51st, killed in fall flown stairs.
Benj. Traber, 1533 W. 14th, injured
when hit by auto driven by Frank
Stevens, 3746 Herndon.
I. Leibovitz & Sons, 2041 Ogden
av., filed bill for injunction to re
strain girl strikers from picketing
Confession of Michael Laflee, 16,
731 Boston av., tnat it was he who
killed Dominick Tornili, caused re
lease of Arthur Vocke, 628 Madison.
Edw. Farmer, 7, 828 Wolfram,
bruised when hit by auto truck
driven by Sylvester Foy, 2550 Bur
ling. Reine Davies, actress, served with
attachment while in Majestic theater
office. Hotel Sherman says she owes
$175 board bill.
A. C. Connell, Aurelia, la., suing to
get possession of child he says Mrs.
Connell is holding at home of her
father, F. J. Fischer, 28 E. 99th.
Nick Rose, 2712 W. Chicago av.,
and Albert Tasto, 2615 Southport
av., arrested after argument with
Theo. Wilken, 169 N. La Salle, sa
loonkeeper. Frank Ross trying by court action
to restrain dental board from revok
ing license of his Laboring People's
Dental Co., 322 S. State. Charged
with fake advertising.
Woman, believed Mrs. Anna P.
Ginsburg, who recently escaped
from Kankakee, arrested as insane
suspect after she had given $2 to
boy who shined her shoes.
Miss Ethel Matthews, 4315 Hazel
av., ran frantically from the lake. A
live 6-inch-lohg fish had gotten down
the back of her bathing suit
R. E. Moore, Jr., 3851 Eden av.,
banker by day and dancing teacher
at night, sued for divorce. Worked
forMerchants' Loan & Trust Co. ,.
Mayor Thompson issued amuse- v1
ment and restaurant license to Edel
weiss gardens after postcard refer
endum vote of its neighbors decided
favorable to licenses.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Simms, Poca
teello, Id., aged 70 and 68, hit by
train, Geneva. Woman killed.
Floyn Brown, Kenilworth, injured
when auto truck was hit by North
Special municipal court to handle
business disputes to be inaugurated
Judge Landis awarded "Baby
Irene" to Margaret Ryan, Canadian
girl who said baby was stolen from
her that Mrs. Dollie Matters might
appear to have the heir needed to in
Chas. Zeller, Phillip Morris cigaret
western sales mgr., one-armed, res
cued Miss Mary Patton, 833 E. 47th.
Ass't Sup't E. W. Gregg, Municipal
pier, looking for Cinderella who left
a slipper on the pier.
Mrs. Emmons Blaine, Chicago phil
anthropist, sister of Cyrus H. McCor
mick, being hurried from California
on private car to Chicago. 111.
Jos. Conrad, Pembine, Wis., turn
ed detective after being trimmed for
$2,000 in con game, and Stanley
Dowidatis was arrested last night at
3001 S. Halsted.
Prof. Henry C. Cowles, U. of C,
asks women of his summer school A
botany class to don khaki trousers
for tljeir trip to the fields in the Lake
Geo. McQueen reported killed in
1890. Did not die till recently. Now
looking for Chicago heirs to $500,
000 estate he had amassed.