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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:36; sunset, 4:33.
Cornelius Curran, 9251 Av. J, Ken
sington, killed by Cottage Grove av.
car at 107th st
John Somers, 2918 S. Union av.,
arrested for illegally coloring oleo.
Michael Sukelski, 1829 Chicago
"av., jumped in river to die. Water
too cold; howled for help. Rescued.
Fred Schwin, 3009 Elston av., car
ried matches loose inpocket Caught
Olaf Morine, tailor Republic bldg.
and president Orphal club, 914
School St., arrested. Say booze was
sold in clubrooms.
George Lewis held to grand jury as
dope peddler. May be de'ported.
Mrs. Wm. Cutler, 4326 Lake Park
av., got divorce and $2,500 alimony.
Told judge her hubby liked other
Det Serg't John Carton freed of
assault charges when Geo. Youstra,
8430 Drexel'av., didn't appear." Car
ton accused of beating "him.
City department heads want $5,
000,000 more than they spent last
year, says Comptroller Pike, making,
Mrs. H. C. Seyfarth of Blue Island
got divorce from her doctor husband.
Says he stayed out all night with
John Kennedy, 6516 Stewart av.,
missing. Left note that he was going
to jump into canal.
Constance Fasso, 3, 233 E. 16th,
dead. Sister, 5, played with gun;
didn't know it was loaded.
Stephen Soka, 3201 E. 108th, killed
by fumes at Federal Furnace plant
in S. Chicago.
Mrs. Almira Gibson, 4340 Kenmore
av., got divorce. Hubby cold to her;
liked other ladies.
Henry Hollander, Oshkosh, Wis.,
sent up for embezzling from Pabst
Mrs. Annie Rukenwand, 3708
Wentworth av., found dead baby boy
in vacant lot near homa
Floyd Campbell, negro, 1708 S.
Paulina, held after he seized Mrs.
Helen Melrose, 4346 Berkeley av., as
she left house.
Edward Smith, escaped convict
from Joliet, arrested at Paterson,
John McMahon, millionaire son of
"cracker king," denied he was a
drunk in divorce suifagainst him
W. E. and Jas. E. Harris, father and
son, policemen, before trial board.
Shot at each other in family fight.
Two hundred firemen rioted in the
election com'rs' office in attempt to
see eligibility lists for department
Mrs. Anna Koslowski, 1532 W. Su
perior, crushed to death by autp
truck as she stepped from car at
Grand and Sacramento avs. ,
Jos. Krivivkis, 12, fell into base
ment at St Charles School for Boys
in Aurora. Dead.
Gov. Dunne- is now being boosted
"as the next Chicago postmaster. But
what. will Roger say?
Jos. F. -Connery, county recorder,
apparently defeated on police re
turns, gained 5,078 votes on official
count in first fifteen wards.
There was many a hungry patriot
trying to get the ear of Gov.-elect
Lowden while he was in town. But
there was nothing doing. Homer K.
Galpin was the. only early bird. He.
is said to be,slated for the fat job of
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BIG BILL "PASSES THE BUCK"
Mayor Big Bill can't seem to get
politics out of his system. When,
the proposition of allowing celebra
tion on New Year's eve was put up
to him he tried "passing the buck"
to Hoyne. He now says he's willing,
that there should be a little fun if
Hoyne doesn't interfere.