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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:18; sunset, 4:38.
Louis Bond, 805 E. 63d, killed by
Michigan Central train near Sum
mit. Herman Grossman, director Amer
ican Straw Board Co., asked court
leave to examine books of firm.
Ben Hero, nurse, Washington Park
.hospital, lost purse with ?80 at Or
chestra hall concert
George Thompson, negro, held as
accessory after he testified in mur
der trial of friend, George Johnson.
Case of state completed in trial of
Charles Depew for killing of Det
Herbert Gjorling, said, to be talent
ed musician, arrested on disorderly
charge in Kedzie station, Northwest
ern railroad. Fined $10.
Victor Brevity electrician, decided
to take wife back when her bigamy
case came up in court She went
Coroner's jury decided shooting of
Tony Klinkhammer, 810 N. Clark st,
Evanston, was suicide. Found dead
in Grant park Wednesday.
Booth Tarkington, author, in
, Evanston to see ill sister-in-law.
' New Robey street line from 47th ;
to 63d to start operation Jan. 7.
Victor Casel, sailor, who tried to
run away, found to be under age by
Pat Gordon, policeman, accused
of cruelty arfd drunkenness in separr
ate maintenance suit
Abe Rubensfein, lawyer, sentenced
v for contempt of court by judge Lan
dis, lost fight for release on writ of
Jas. R. Ward, former att'y for Ed
ward Morrison, eccentric millionaire,
on witness stand three hours yester
day. Leaves- of absence given freely by
7th regiment officers. Men camped
at Fort Sheridan. Will be mustered
Mrs. Lena Jackson, testifying in
divorce suit against Att'y Charles I
.Jackson, fainted and fell front stand. J
Harry Didler. 2623 W. Madison, ar
rested after he got $300 by cheating
GLenn Kilpatrick, 8, 816 N. Keeler
av probably hurt by street car at
Chicago and Hamlin avs.
Herbert Grabinstein, 17, 2144 W.
Harrison, shot in wrist by two boy
bandits who held up mother's candy
Esther Swanson and Anna Mc
Bride, nurses in Garfield Park hos
pital, hit by car at Crawford ahd
Att'y Pat O'Donnell and three oth
ers indicted for conspiracy by .state
grand jury yesterday.
Co. B, Second infantry, first mi
litia to be sworn in under new oath.
Mrs. Marv Mr.Kann R1R w aou
shot and killed. Husband sought by
Mrs. Wm. Marks, 641 N Waller av.,
came home from hospital to find
Drug fiends being sought for mur
der of Otto Wintermeyer, druggist
1005 W. Madison.
, Two robbers got $400 at Lincoln
"ic,'uii' """"i aj-o w. superior. Ar
rived just as payoff started.
" Depositors of Paisley banks got
promissory notes bearing 6 per cent
interest for savings.
Rob't Shumaker, Greenville, Mich.,
arrested. Got $5.35 from Dr. J. L-.
Jones, Lincoln 'Center, by fraud.
Thirty-six civil service employes of
health department laid off by Com'r
Robertson in effort to save money.
Dora Goldovitz, 3, 1401 Washburne
av., run over and killed by milk
Fred Ott, 2725 Barry av.,shot in
foot when-he resisted robbers at 1940
Francis P. Owings, builder of Chi
cago's first skyscraper, found insana
and sent to asylum by Judge Scully.
Turkish towel, facsimile of $5 hill
taken from saloon at Belmont and
California avs. by federal sleuths.