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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:46; sunset, 7:05.
Charles Pouty, 2712 N. Drake av.,
fell while repairing wires in Evans
Henry Hogan, 1068 W. Harrison,
died of heart disease. Was once a
candidate for congress.
Wm. Fleming, St. Cloud, Minn.,
fined $50. GecJ. Sauer, Detroit, paid
$2 for job which he didn't get
Staff of attending physicians to be
organized at Oak Forest sanitarium
today. Must work free.
Sand flea epidemic hit Evanston.
Hundreds of children saw doctors.
Was thought they had skin disease.
Traffic Policeman Geo. Faulkner
got eye blacked when he tried to
awaken Chas. O'Connor at Rush st.
bridge. O'Connor fined $10.
Frank Slocum, 3809 Prairie av.,
shot in leg by Mrs. John Sayles, 3439
Prairie av., who was shooting at her
Lillian Luther, 6323 S. May st, bit
ten on ankle by pet dog when she
stepped between quarreling parents.
Mrs. Anton Newfert, 5753 Justine
st, found new-born boy on doorstep.
Nick Brooks, 5044 Laflin, filed suit
for $10,000 against John Reiner,
lumber and coal dealer. Details un
known. Wm. Frank, 6945 S. Bishop, asked
police to seek Mary Thomas. 15, who
disappeared from his house.
Tony Zimmer, 12432 Union "av.,
stabbed because he became too
friendly with John Tropp's wife.
Tropp, neighbor, held.
Health Com'r Robertson trying to
intern large lake boat because it
throws slop into lake near shore.
Mrs. Martha Bornhoeft died in
Rosehill cemetery near grave of hus
Helen Calhoun and Geo. Wilkins,
New York, arrested. Wilkins sus
Michael P. Murphy, director Sher
wood playground, badly beaten by
gang of boys when he hit one.
Health dep't head says $5,000 ap
propriation for infantile paralysis
inspections will soon run out Must
be discontinued then.
Dr. Arthur L. Blunt, 9 W. Harrison,
held to grand jury for selling dope.
Ninth time since he was first con
victed of same charge.
Ross Keely, 7040 Parnell av., killed
by I. C. train at 21st Shoved com
panion off tracks; unable to escape
Mrs. Kenneth Barnhart, 1120 Lake
Shore drive, gave Evanston police
three sunshades to protect them
Warden Michael Zimmer ordered
severe quiz after dynamite was found
in cell of Clyde Stratton, escaped
Capt Edward Morrison adopted
Margaret and Alice Burnstein,
daughters of junk dealer, to share
ComrnV Public Works Moorhouse
injured in crash of his auto with ma
chine of Jas. Calley, 3115 Lowe av.
R. J. Shields, sec'y Electrical
Workers' Union 134, shot twice by
gang in auto. May die.
Henry Pontorno, Italian banker
whose place failed, slain from am
bush near Benton Harbor farm
where he fled to hide.
Jas. SJadej, 2309 S. Homan av.,
drowned vin lake off 16th st Body
Cooler weather caused number of
baby deaths to drop from 62 to 24
Investigation started into fire
which caused death of Mrs. Bertha
Eby, 2659 N. Springfield av.
Clubwomen have plan on foot to
get lighter uniforms for police dur
Louise Menz, 662 Aldine av., and
Henry Huegelt, 817 Roscoe st, res
cued from lake by Horace Abel, 3438
Edward Conway, 5421 Lake Park
av., and companion arrested as the