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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:31; sunset, 6:16.
Harry Crow, 37, killed by train.
Fire threatened Lake Bluff train
Negroes held mass meeting at
Bethel church. Pledged loyalty to
Postmaster W. B. Carlisle has as
Health Com'r Robertson say whis
ky is bad medicine.
Jos. Wirshing, 448 N. Parkside av.,
robbed of $67 by two men.
Bridget Barrett, 1320 Orleans, fell
down stairs. Skull fractured.
Chas. Amstein, 6751 Lafayette av.,
on police dep't 40 years, quit.
Plans being made for new patriotic
demonstration at Auditorium.
Grace Potts, 2912 Lake Park av.,
hurt when street car hit auto.
Jas. Hobart, 1540 N. Rockwell,
dead. Gas. Trouble with wire.
Four arrested on gambling charges
in rear of saloon, 75 W. Randolph.
Police of Desplaines st. and East
Chicago av. shifted for election day.
Safeblowers got $27 from W. P.
Mussey's billiard hall, 11 W. Monroe.
Jury in Joseph Thomas case dis
agreed. Motion for new trial April 7.
Four men in black auto held up
Wm. Krebs, baker, 3453 Harrison.
Margaret Gaughan, 16, 8045 Aber
deen, missing. Wanted to be war
Jas. V. Campbell, employe Herman-Fisher
Co., arrested on embez
Boy bandits gots $15 from Edw.
Bastman's delicatessen store, 501 W.
Jos. Wynn, 11, 1245 N. Paulina,
killed. Fell down elevator shaft at
1250 N. Paulina.
N. H. ,Erbertshauser and wife,
7729 Adams, hurt when auto was hit
by another which sped away.
Oliver Wolf, 5708 Emerald av., ar
rested on charge of stealing from the
store of Gus.Edelson, 5238 Halsted.
Five arrested for Sunday saloon
Serg't Patrick Shannon, N. Robe
sL station, died. Pneumonia.
Jas. Vance Hackett, newspaper re
porter, sought as heir to estate.
Edw. Brooks, 750 N. State, and
Wm. Burt, 116 W. Ontario, painters, dV
hurt when scaffold fell. v
Andrew Krisier, 4503 S. Whipple,
hurt when motorcycle was hit by
auto of I. M. Aronson, 3641 W. 13th.
Bert Aitken, 444 N. State, arrested
on serious charge on complaint of
Mrs. Mary Schoenfeld, same address.
Patrick Brogan, Evanston cop,
took girl to dance at North Side Tur
ner hall. Some one stole his hat and
Chicago Russians celebrated fall
of Nick Romanoff at meeting at
Schoenhoefen hall, Milwaukee and
Workers for J. Louis Engdahl, So
cialist candidate for alderman of the
15th ward, are asked to assemble at
2725 W. Division st tonight for in
structions. Engdahl charged last
night that several known Engdahl
voters had been scratched from the
Aid. Conrad H. Janke, candidate
for re-election in the 35th ward,
brought his campaign to a close last
night and issued a statement predict
ing his victory.
James T. Igoe, Democratic candi
date for city clerk, wound up hi3
campaign with another verbal on
slaught on the City Hall gang Igoe
predicts the election of himself, Clay
ton Smith and 26 Democratic alder-
men, owing to the unpopularity of $
the Thompson-Lundin crowd.
Wanted: Volunteers to watch bal
lot count election day for 24th ward?
campaign committee of Socialist
party. Get credentials Monday night
at social Turner hall. Belmont and