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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:23; sunset, 5:41.
Jos. Szazecewski, baker, 1636 W.
Division, dead. Hit by beer bottle in.
saloon fight- week ago. Assailant
Body' found on Erie tracks near
Hammond, identified as that of Wm.
Bossow, prizefighter. Death believed
Mrs. Cecil Ricks', 5747 Prairie av.,
got baby by habeas corpus writ Was
held by Mrs. Ada Barr, 4957 Michi
gan av., for"board bill.
Case of Frank Timmons, 216 W.
61st, continued in Englewood court.
Accused of appearing in window
Julia Girnth, 6, 1827 Mohawk, hurt
by auto of Dr. Wallace Waterman,
4223 W. Jackson blvd. Will recover.
Jacob Bessey, 540 Center st, found
dead in basement. Coroner investi
gating. Mrs. F. Baker, 4026 Grand blvd.,
lost purse and $1.50 to holdup man at
40th and Grand blvd.
Nathan Leonard, pres. Leonard
Die and Seal Co., indicted on. charge
of embezzling $1,876 from his firm.
Mrs. Hazel Morton - and Jennie
Burke freed in morals court. Ac
cused of running fake massage par
lors in loop.
Jules Koelling, convicted con man,
sentenced to prison from one to ten
Six members of alleged auto ban
dit gang captured at 2328 W. Mon
roe, Sunday, arraigned in court.
Bonds fixed at from 5,000 to $35,
000. Mrs. Pauline Neil, 4631 N. Racine
av., sent to Bridewell for six months
and fined $50 for picking pockets in
loop stores. s
Death penalty asked for James
Pentis, charged with killing sweet
heart because she went to movies
with another fellow.
Bomb which damaged Elmhurst
apartments, 427 Wrightwood. av.,
blamed to labor troubles by police.
Chas. Scollay and Alex Hill, 6050
Blackstone av., held to grand jury
for stealing $500 worth of jewelry
from American Express Co.
Bonds of Harold Watkins and Wm.
Halpin, held in alleged vote frauds
in 18th ward, reduced from $20,00Q
Michael Farrell, policeman with a
good record for twenty years, quit
force because his rank was reduced.
Police say that Fred Higgjns was
really Grover Cleveland Henry "and
that he changed his name to elude
Harry Otto, liveryman, 717 Wash
ington blvd., bankrupt.' Blames high
cost of horse feed.
Att'y L. A. Sherwin, who accused
City Sealer Eller of trying to graft,
flashed "chief's staff" star on jury. It
was taken away from him.
Mrs. John Needham, 4311 Ken
more av., told grand jury how she
traced her stolen auto. Accuses
Baby born apparently lifeless to
Mrs. M. Cohen, 1621 S. SL Louis ay.
Revived by means of artificial re
Mrs. LaVerne Smith, 533 Bryant
av., asked annulment of wedding on
charge that husband was already
' Elizabeth- Brown, 9, and brother 10,
4407 Park av., lost when they start
ed out to spend 75 cents.
Five auto bandits stole fifteen hams
from butcher shop of Ernest Schutte,
4411 N. Clark.
Raise in wage for waiters and the
abolishment of tipping announced by
South Shore Country club.
Mrs. James A Patten, Evanston, re
moved from hospital; recovered from
Police boat dredging river for body
of Emil Lehman, 4650 Winthrop av.,
Jerome Cramer, 3250 N. Lawndale
av., arrested as burglar in Warren
Av. Cong, church basement