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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:44; sunset, 7:06.
Bomb wrecked Thos. Cusack Co.
sign, Sheridan rd. and Catalpa.
Henry Weisman, 68, 3718 N. Ra
cine av., found asphyxiated in his
Stanislaus Redlinski, 1641 Brig
ham, held to grand jury on charge
of murdering Toefil Skoizek.
Frank Lucas, 11, Chicago Heights,
killed when hit by Chi. Heights Ter
minal Ry. train.
Nicholas Bobko, 1472 W. Austin,
stabbed when he resisted three men
who attempted to rob him. Sam'l
Max Horan, confectioner, 515 W.
Division, wants divorce. Says wife
left with $100 two days after wed
ding. A. L. Hinchley, 807 S. California
av., says wife has for six months re
fused to cook his meals. Wants di
J. A. Taylor arrested in Aurora on'
charge of violating Mann act.
Bodies of horses who dropped dead
during heat wave still on streets in
places. Health Comm'r Robertson
threatens to cancel contract with
Canal Melting Co. for removing the
Mrs. Violetta Horton, 5138 Uni
versity av., saved from drowning by
John McConnell, 656 E. 89th pi., and
P. R. Stauffer, 1377 Madison pk.
Caught in Everett beach undertow.
I. J. Halstead, 5824 Prairie av.,
sued J. G. O'Neil, 5919 Calumet av.,
$10,000. Alleges personal injuries
from O'Neil's dog.
Mrs. Mena Maletto, 655 E. 50th,
died of illegal operation performed
by unknown person, says coroner's
Evanston city council rejects plan
of sanitary district to build $15,000
bulkheads to divert sewage from the
Wm. F. Monroe, head of Pacific
Gardens mission, bequeathed real
estate and household goods to wife.
.Martin Strelbas, 136 E. 107th, died
of concussion of brain, sustained
while diving in shallow lake water.
Woman's City club joins agitation
to secure cooler summer uniforms
for Chicago police.
When judge dismissed clothes line
wrangle of Mrs. Elizabeth Hanso:
7449 St Lawrence av., and h
neighbor, Mrs. Helen Hague, they
fought it out in the street outside the
Wm. Huddleston, 5480 Ridgewood
av., called police to stop ragtime
piano playing next door at 2 a.m.
III. county pension fund declan
invalid by Judge Foell because it i
"eludes political as well as civil servi
Municipal pier visitor must wait a
while for food. Mayor Thompson
too busy to take up Vogelsang con
tract, he says.
Judge Gemmill had Ass't State's
Att'y R. C. Bennett ejected from
court when Bennett insisted in going
on with case judge wanted dismissed.
Mrs. Ethel Sussman, 1509 Polk,
fell four floors, Michael Reese hos
pital Only slightly hurt.
Auto thieves busy on municipal
pier. Have stolen two machines and
many tires and accessories.
State health board meets tomor
row to receive evidence of wholesale
payments of money by chiropractic
students to get state certificates.
Health dep't issues ultimatum to
owners of fruit stands that screens
or electric fans must be put in at
once to keep away flies.
Neighbors of S. Emanuel, 3056
Greenview, object to him and his
family keeping cool in their pajamas
on the back porch.
Three hundred Chicago employes
of General Electric Co. received 5
per cent of their annual salary as a
Mrs. Florence Kirkpatrick, 6330
Sheridan rd., who jabbed policeman
with hatnin some time ago for ar-