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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:56; sunset, 5:19.
Thirteen saloonkeepers reported
for violating Sunday closing law.
Sam Libson, 1528 S. Ridgeway,
robbed of $75 by four men.
Safe blown in John Leaney's sa
loon, 1724 Ogden av. $650 gone.
Man leaped on auto and stabbed
Dr. N. M. Cohen, 2200 W. Division.
Holdup men got $5, watch and
$150 'stickpin from Wm. Wigger,
Anna Thasansky, 14, confessed to
taking $93 worth of jewelry from
Mrs. S. E. Henderson, 5829 Rock
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Mrs. Myrtle Oakley, 347 E. 43d,
took poison. Domestic troubles. Will
Mrs. Pauline Nosek, 14-year-old
wife of Jas. Nosek, one of alleged
"sunrise bandits," appealed to police
A. L. Barnes and H. B. Dirks,648
Melrose, imperiled when yawl was
pounded to pieces near Belmont av.
Sixteen members of Fire Veterans
of 1871 had banquet last night
Body of man believed to be Thos.
Evans, Los Angeles, found in lake.
Mrs. Josephine Hayes, 65, 920
Wells St., probably fatally hurt in an
auto crash near Flint, Mich.
Mrs. C. W. Beltzner, 69, Joliet, hurt
in auto crash.
J. J. Sullivan, 50, Cicero, found
Morris Bacon, negro, made'serious
mistake. Tried to hold up Det Ser
geants McGinnis and CarrolL Jail.
Jos. Meiner, 50, arrested on charge
of working con game on rooming
150 cases of diphtheria reported in
past month. -
Mrs. Nellie Harper, 1810 W. Ad
Frank M. Linderman and wife,
4636 Maiden av., hurt in auto colli
sion. Five men and four girls arrested on
suspicion of riding in stolen auto.
Herman Dombrowski, Dolton,
fined $75 on blind pig charge.
Jas. Burns, flower man at Garfield
park, killed by auto owned by Mrs.
Harriet J. Carter, 3459 Walnut.
Matrett Brown, Oak Park; Mrs.
Chas. Ensign, 4827 W. Lake, and
Mrs. Harriet McKee, 325 Le Moyne
av., hurt in auto crash.
Auto bandits got $89 from saloon
of O'Reilly & Rago, 527 W. 79th.
Kate Adams is urging home for
Elmer Abbott, 13, arrested for
stealing two teddy bears from North
west Sidfr carnival.
Auto bandits got $38 from saloon
of Henry Riotma, 1000 W. 67th.
John Johnson, 17, who escaped
from St Chas. reformatory, caught
David Hirshman, 924 S. Marshfield,
and Morris Newberg, 438 Belden av.,
arrested on charge of passing bogus
Policeman Wm. Grady arrested
five men believed to be members-of
Mrs. Madeleine Stone Gron, who
sued Niels Gron, Danish-American
writer, for divorce, now wants ali
mony. Clarence A. Burley, pres. Chgo.
Historical society, protested against
changing name of Wells st to N.
Martin O'Leary, 334 S. Loomis, and
brothers, John and Michael, arrested
after fight over board bill.
Peter Petrobolies, 65, 1174 S. State,
found dead at wedding in home of
Thos. Duffy, 177 S. State. Heart dis
ease. Henry De Babe, 1444 W. Grand av.,
and Alex Calaldo, 1150 W. Grand av.,
hurt when motorcycles collided.
Eric Erickson and Glen R.uggles,
first and second husbands of Mrs.
Anna Ruggles, suicide, fighting over
her property. She left it to Erick
son. Wilbur Glenn Voliva, Zion City,
says tobacco causes-infant plague