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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:48; sunset. 7:04.
Mrs. Blanche T. Marshall sued by
Att'y L. H. Whipp for $500 Ques
tion of fee. - .
Bids for apparatus for 30 play
grounds opened by Aid. Block.
Jas. Porter, 70, arrested. Charged
with substituting paste stone for real
diamond in Sommer & Sons' jewelry
store, 507 S. Wabash av.
Receivers asked for Chas. S. Smith
Thos. Flanagan, 222 W. 37th, city
alley inspector, fell dead. Heart dis
ease. Federal employment bureau had
6,852 applications for jobs in July.
Filled 3,958 positons.
J. J. Lynch and A. Cochran go into
court to force Mayor Thompson, to
grant license for their saloon, 2000
Electric auto of A. J. Wellman, 405
E. 60th, caught fire in loop. $200.
Richard A. Aylwood fined $25 for
throwing shoe through window of
47th st car.
Mrs. Wilhelmina Sangstock, 2247
W. 20th, dead. Fractured skull by
falline in 20th st. car.
Morris Heisenberg, 1210 S. Union
av., stabbed in back. Police looking
for Louis Bubenstein.
Wm. Jacobs, Waukegan, who ate
"mushrooms" with wife, follows her
in death. Were toadstools.
Frank Smalley, 1453 Larrabee,
fainted at wheel of moving auto.
Ran on pavement. Tore down fence.
Nearly killed pedestrians. Driver un
hurt. Hearing of woman's charge against
Raymond Hogg, member real estate
firm, Hogg, Doyle & Co., continued in
E. Chicago av. police court
John Bauer, 633 Lincoln pkwy.,
charged with attempting to steal
auto of John Baker, 30 E. Cedar.
Body of Daniel Carey, machinist,
accidentally drowned by fall from a
dredge, caught in Sag Bridge net in
Judge Robinson said he was about
to fine Chas. Tobin, proprietor of
hotel, 69 W. Ohio, and 8 inmates,
when Asst City Prosecutor Borg
meier asked for nonsuit Immedi
ately arrested on state charge.
Pierce Underwood, Oak Park, in
dicted for misuse of mails, dis- -charged.
R. E. Miller, 669 W. 63d, killed by
Rock Island train at 104th st grade
Police looking for young man who
pased bogus checks signed Elizabeth
Edgewater property owners protest
Emil Trumbull, 17, 2743 W. 18th,
messenger boy, found dead with, head
crushed, foot of elevator shaft, 1415
John Borden made grandson, John,
present of $155,000 lot, 1212 S.
Paul Llewellyn, 5200 Woodlawn
av., heard noise in neighbor's flat
Neighbor on vacation. Investigated.
Met robber with satchel of loot in
one hand and other in hip pocket
Llewllyn let him go.
Police Serg't Felix Golden's young
wife saw men stealing grain. Told
her husband. He gave chase. In,
fight his skull fractured.
Carl Lorenson, Milwaukee, twice
tried to leap from steamer Christo
C. L. Bastian's home, 805 Junior
terrace, stripped of $3,000 in valua
bles while he was on vacation.
Evanston vigilance committee of
40 hold secret meeting to plan war
on blind pigs. f
Internal row in United Irish Soci-
eties. Question of authority over
Sheriff Traeger will permit no more
boxing exhibitions in Forest park.
Mrs. Agnes Frisinger, formerly of
Hull House, hired as police matron of
Hoopeston, DL Made whole day force
of police department, including chief