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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:38; sunset, 4:31.
Fourteen Sunday saloon violations
David Kramer arrested on charge
of passing bad check. -. -
Street car at 63d and "Halsted
caught fire. Small damage.
Young man hit by car at 42d and
Kedzie. Still unconscious.
Houston Thomas, 16, 1735 Carroll
av., shot and wounded John Collins.
Frank NicpOn, saloonkeeper, 944
N. Racine av., arrested for Sunday
violation and running of disorderly
at. 11 inmates also arrested.
Twelve injured in .crash of street
cars at 63d and California.
Mrs, W. E. Mason, wife of cong.-at-large,
ill after choking by burglar.
American Mining Congress opened
4-days' session at Hotel La Salle.
Mrs. Ellen Lanigan, 67, 6411 Par
nell av., died suddenly in St. Ber
nard's church. Heart.
B. F. Lindheimer, 4856 Grand blvd.,
lost $1,000 bill.
Burglars got $800 loot from home
of Homer Pontius, 161 N. Central av.
Bandits got $44, watch and over
coat from H. S. Clark, 5601 Dor
chester av., and $100 diamond pin
and overcoat from H. J. Krueger,
druggist, 1438 B. 57th.
Delfc Brice, 726 E. 47th, shot and
wounded in gun duel between police
and Chas. Jackson, negro burglar
suspect Latter escaped.
Valuable string of pearls said to
nave been lost by society woman in
Michael Zimmer, warden of Joliet
prison, now mentioned as Chicago
Thirteen autos stolen Sunday";
Theo.. Bunte, candy man, walked
from City Hall, Chicago, to City Hall,
Wilmette, yesterday as payment of
bet Thought Hughes would win. .
Herman Speickman, Elmhurst,
burned to death trying to save horses
from burning barn.
A. Sanders, 2401 S. State, shot and
wounded in saloon of S. Goldstine,
29 E. 47th. Police hunting Jas.
Shawler, 4701 Federal.
Morris Nelson, 8627 S. Morgan,
dead. Gas. Ill health.
Warren M. Pattee, 770. E. 41st,
missing since Nov. 2. Wife and two
children in want.
Robert Guthrie, 4015 Lake Park
av.,, robbed of $3 and watch by armed
Lincoln Park board will not allow
merry-go-round in park. ' '
G. A. Wessell, 1238 W. Jackson,
wanted in Toledo on con game
charge, arrested here.
Norman Gibson, second mate on
lake steamer of Wisconsin Steel Co.,
fell into hold. Killed.
Jacob Weiner, 1829 Yeaton, fell
from bicycle month ago. Dead.
Burglar entered cafe of Sam Ber
lin, 3400 Lake. Frightened away.
Mrs. Martha Miller, 1715 N. Keat
ing av., lost $30 to thief on street car.
Three boys in short pants and
armed with guns got $18 from S.
Lowe, 1424 Belle Blaine av.
Burglars got $400 worth of cigars
from Geo. Manus' store, 6701 Ra
cine. Thos. McMahon, 120 W. Superior;
Chas. Cavanaugh, 209 W. Superior;
and Edw. Lepierre, 4507 S. Dearborn,
arrested. Police say they tried to
rob M. Bokes, 865 Sedgwick.
U. S. plans camp at Lake Bluff to
Ten Italians arrested for carrying i
guns. . . -
BETTER PUT 'EM ON NOW ,
Billings, Mont. 19 degrees below ;
zero last night Cold wave, moving f)
toward east ' , .
Green Bay, Wis Mercury down .
to 25 above here today. Trains are ,
storm-bound. Blizzard raging.
Dubuque, la. Has snowed since
Saturday. Blizzard still raged today. -Moving