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f NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO Sunrise, 4:24; sunset, 7:09. Mrs. Josephine Elsham, 939 Mon tana st, died from cancer, although daughters had given blood to save her. Julius Janetta, 762 Gilpin pi., crushed perhaps fatally by cave-in of sewer near 3212 Broadway. Louis Dohn, Bloomington, III., en gineer, killed by gas from water heat er in bathroom at 3845 Washtenaw. Christian Hettelsater, 65, 3225 Maple av., Berwyn, died from heart disease in Dearborn station. A. F. Wagner, 3245 Rhodes av., found note in bottle on beach. "I jumped in lake at 68th st Jake Swanberg," epistle read. Chief Healey ordered revocation of amusement license of Howard Thurston, 336 S. State. Runs objec tionable show. Wm. A. Paulson, attorney, 109 N. Dearborn st, filed petition of bank ruptcy. Assets $332, liabilities $21,530. Representatives of organizations interested in child welfare attended luncheon of Dr. J. D. Robertson, health commissioner. Charles Davis, 412 W. 79th, arrest ed for larceny. Charles Lillhouser, 239 N. La Salle, says he took $1,800 as clerk. Dudley A. Tyng, 150 E. Superior, former broker, held to grand jury on charge of larceny as bailee. Will of Montague Grant, who went down on Lusitania, filed for proba tion. Edward Doherty, 1911 W. 13th, got $5,000 verdict against Schmidt Con struction Co., 133 W. Washington, for personal injuries. Alice Ostwald, 3826 Ward st., found on corner at 5 a. m. reading novel. Sent to insane asylum. Man posing as painter got $650 worth of jewelry from home of Max Finklestein, 2636 Potomac av. Members of Christian Catholic Apostolic Church of Zion to have anti-tobacco parad.e tomorrow, Hubert Horseman, Pat Lyons and Thos. McBride held to grand jury on serious charges of Violet Bathnick, 18, 2324 Elston av. Allen Clark, 10, 19545 Wesley av., Evanston, may lose right eye. Hit by batted ball. John Bavone, 856 Milton av., want ed as suspect in murder of Sergt Jos. McGuire, arrested. Johnny Hand, veteran band master, on way to recovery, physicians at the German hospital say. Tony Micelli, arrested at Harrison and Aberdeen sts. with revolver, fined $100 and costs. Paul Sykes, 1 mo. old, of 539 N. Central Park av., found suffocated in bed. Frank Flory, bartender, 700 W. Van Buren st, arrested for telling police of fake holdup, discharged by judge. Frank Podskalski, 5239 W. 24th pi., knocked from delivery truck; in colli sion. Dead. Macie Lupa, 2424 S. Western av., saloonkeeper, sued for $25,000. Vic toria Ulman, 2428 W. 24th pi., says he refused to marry. Otto Schroeder, 3126 Calumet av.,, caused arrest of Margaret Forbes, same address. She refused to keep off his porch. John Bross Lloyd, Winnetka mil lionaire, absolved from paying $50, 000 breach of promise verdict of Mary Sullivan, Boston, by supreme court Three bandits arrested when one was shot in raid on Clinton Sher man's drug store, 711 W. 69th. State's Att'y Hoyne and Sheriff Traeger on "outs" because two of Hoyne's witnesses cost $75 a week to feed. Burglar got $300 in jewelry in raid on home of Mrs. Jaura Matteson, 2616 Lake View av., after "sticking up" family. Woman known as Miss K. Sexton found unconscious from gas in Evanston rooming house. Revived. Refused to talk ' 'Wl' in ' j :-.- BHHHHM iiMMaMMHHMHI