NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:59; sunset, 4:20.
Jhos. Tucksen, Alaska hotel, found
dead. Heart failure.
Edwin Peterson, 6040 S. Union-ay.,
quarreled with wife, turned on. gas.
Thos. Fla2nik, 225 St. John's pi.,
hurt. Motorcycle hit post ,
Geo. Leonard, 1014 Blue Island av.,
arrested on story of Jennie Picaro,
11, 625 Miller. N'' "
Burglars got $85 from branch
office of Consumers Co., 1814 S.
Mrs. Sarah Wisniewski, 2827 N.
Springfield av., died of injuries re
ceived from street car.
Fred Strail, 4147 Gladys av., ticket
agent Paulina st.-station of West
Side "L," died at post. Heart failure.
Clarence 'McNamara, La Grange,
employe of Suburban Ice Co., killed.
Three armed bandits got $7 from
Jos. Pozliek's saloon, 2268 S. Whip
ple. Capt Michael Cody, Engine Co.
No. 51, 33 years on fire dep't, re
signed. Frank Hardy, 4451 N. Racine, res
taurant owner, found diamond worth
$100 in turkey.
- Albert Anderson, inmate of Dun
ning, caught trying to escape.
Monte L. Eisenberg, alias Berger,
arrested on bigamy charge.
W. E. Fischer, Boston, has suc
ceeded Edw. Orpet, father of Will Or
pet, as sup't of Cyrus McCormick
Lake Forest estate. Orpets said to
be in California.
Henry Heisen, 4, 2002 W. Grand
av.', killed by auto of Att'y Benj. L.
Marris at Randolph st. entrance of
La Salle st. tunnel.
Wm. Tibbals, vaudeville actor who
struck head diving during "winter
Mrs. Anna Ewart, 17, 321 E. 41st,
left note: "I'm not wanted here, so
rm going away." Suicide feared. De
serted, few months after marriage,
Dr. Harry M. Richter, home from
abroad, says Germany is prepared for
twenty years of war.
Chas. F. Johnson arrested. Wanted
in South Bend, on $1,000 forgery
Rocco Varglia, Highwood, hunter,
arrested for firing gun in Lake For
est, fined $5.
Safes robbed: ponsumers' Co., 458
W. 35th, and Central Screw Co., 3500
Princeton, av. Total loot, $20.
Jack Nelson and Ella Tinkham, 808
N. Dearborn and Alex Burg and Min
nie Parrant, 741 N. Dearborn, arrest
ed as robbery suspects wanted in
Local suffrage workers go to La
Salle street station to meet body of
Mrs. Inez M. Bossevain, suffrage
leader, who died in California. Body
enroute toNew Dptk home.
just sent my wife to
a sanitarium. She
is suijecfc to neryous
attaxfes and cannot'
talk for days.'
feel terrilly iuue.
Answer: Don't feel down-hearted,
old chap. These sanitariums don't
amount to much, after all.
Columbus, O. Haggard and worn,
Thornton Smith sits by a grate fire
waiting for death to relieve him after
nine days of suffering with hiccoughs.
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