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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:23; sunset, 7:14. Billy Rossman, 6, 3538 S. Oakley av., killed when brother swfing bat as he -was stealing-home. Hit over heart. Newly uncovered evidence indi cates that padding of water bureau payrolls has gone on for six years. Sanda and Carrie Matson, 15 and 13, 1220 Wrightwood av., and Alice Smith, 1227 Fletcher, ran away to bum to Aberdeen, S. D. Got tired. Slept on mayor's lawn. Police got 'em. Wm. Lesley, 521 Wells, drenched with boiling oil from tank wagon on municipal pier. Serious. Mrs. Seymour, 1206 W. 15th, dead. Unconscious from gas May 20th. . Burglars got $400 in valuables while family of L. B. Walton, 8 E. Elm, was out Calvin Brown, 1535 W. Madison, i chauffeur, freed of blame in death of Paul Pegram, 5, slain by fenderless auto truck. " Walter McGuire, chief of police, Lake Forest, and two detectives sued by J. W. Kidd, who was held on sus " picion. , Dr. J. N. Volicos, 631 N. Dearborn, and Dr. B. F. Ha'ag held by U. S. sleuths for. alleged violation of drug laws. Jos. Rushkewicz, 1536 W. Chicago av., installed as trustee of sanitary district Edith Heppney, 3, 6208 Langley av., killed when motorcycle she played with toppled over on her. Margaret Hotelling, 3, 1321 W. 57th, wandered away from home. Cared for by Hotel Hayes until po licefound mother. Catherine Dorsey, 35, 136 S. Hal sted, dead. Swallowed poison Wed nesday night in Union Park. Jens Jensen, consulting landscape architect west park com'n, made plea to board of education that school children be taken into country two jlays a year to learn .of nature; Dan Watkins, 2731 Indiana av., printer, got $26,000 by will of late aunt Thos. Kelly saved lives of two boys who were drowning off foot of Cor nelia st Russel Elderkin, 8, 2822 W. Adams, had jumped in to save broth er, 6 years old. C. G. King, 1311 S. Michigan av., aided girl with "dizzy spell." Minus purse with $45. Mrs. Edith Winter, 3732 Cottage Grove av., freed in morals court when she promised to leave town. Special deliveries until 11 p. m. and one regular delivery to be made on Decoration day. Women want business men of the Ass'n of Commerce to march in suf frage parade. Thos. Gill and Francis Dunne, pbr ters, held for theft of $3,600 jewels of Mrs. M. G. Edwards, Shreveport Mrs. Mary Schmal, 11026 Vin cennes av., shot in nose by air rifle in hands of negro boy in passing car. Boy held. Geo. Vannesste, 15, and Edward Winkleman, 14, captured by police before they shot Indians they were after. Geo. Glossick, 2112 W. Superior, and Jas. Sloan, 2635 N. Richmond, held. Tried to steaf auto in loop, po lice say. Mrs. Mary Rossow", 4955 N. West ern, got warrant for hubby. Non support charged. Mrs. Martha Glavan, Indiana Har bor' got divorce because she was a "war bride." - Berwyn refuses Met "L" permis sion to build spur to auto speedway unless it will build branch line to south end of Berwyn. , Health dep't physician assigned to court of domestic relations to watch for disease among babies. Dr. Carl Beck, at dinner to doctors and nurses about to sail for Europe, said American doctors should be bet ter prepared for' war 'service, " '