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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:26; sunset, 7:25.
Jos. Ockay, 1243 W. Huron, milk
wagon driver, fatally injured. Wagon
hit by street car. ' ,
Abraham Antelept, 2840 W. 12th,
fell into vat of boiling water at Vette
& Zuncker plant, 220 N. Green. May
Coroner's jury unable to decide
whether Mrs. Fannie Kropo, 1811
Lafiin, fell or jumped from 4th. floor
of Mercy hospital. Was temporarily
Fire, Wells school, rfid $200 dam
age. Auto of Mrs. John Jackel, 3258 N.
Oakley av., stolen. Another one left
in front of door, but city custodian
won't let her keep it in place of one
Prof. J. G. Sinclair, U. of C, says
color blindness is hereditary and can
be eliminated by restriction in mat
ing. No refreshments will be served on
municipal pier till mayor gets home
from New York and signs John Z.
Armour Soap Works, 3130 Benson,
fined $200 for dumping refuse in the
Miss Anny Nyman, cabaret singer,
1050 Wellington av., awakened by
man who told her to keep still; then
he robbed dresser. Got $36.50.
Earl Hind, 1242 N. LaSalle, sales
man for Marshall Field & Co., beaten
and robbed of $31.
Frank Spezzellia, 1135 Milton av.,
dead. Was shot by Polita Morzicke
ra Friday night when Frank Geram
bia was killed in quarrel over bag of
Bankruptcy proceedings filed
against proprietors of three down
down restaurants: Good Eats cafe-,
teria, y3 W. Harrison; Thadwa inn,
34 . Monroe, and Wabash inn, 524
Evelyn Schubert, 15 months, 495
S. Komeusky av., drowned in three
inches of water in hole in front yard.
After eight trips beforepolice trial
board for intoxication, Policeman P.
J. Keane, Fillmore av. station, fired
- When sister Edith wouldn't give
him animal crackers, Geo. Jennison
said he would commit suicide.
Brother Harley kicked down door,
found George almost unconscious.
Gas jet open.
Lazarus Lewinthal, Smith Piano
Co.,. 311 S. Wabash av., rewedded di
vorced wife. Reconciled through
Eight arrested yesterday in E. Chi
cago av. police district for spitting
Frank Malek, 11, 1511 Cornell,
armed with jacknife and $8, tried to
buy ticket at Union station for Texas
Mayor Thompson given jolt by Re
publican national committee when
Fred W. Upham, former Progressive
leader, was made ass't treasurer of
Hughes campaign for western terri
tory. Mrs. Wm. J. Slade, 3708 N. Racine
av., wife of board of trade dealer,
took poison by "mistake. Expected
Lieut. Wm. D. Ambrose, dismissed
from police dep't in 1911restored to
his position by special order of Chief
Twenty-four hundred have signed
petition to have Wm. Lorimer run
County board approyed bond issue
of $1,800,000 for Cook county road
John McCloskey, foreman in Ford
plant, Detroit, spent two days and
$10Q at Blackstone learning how a
millionaire lives. Went home "bust
ed," but happy. ,
Chief Healey says charges will be
lodged "against members of Patrol
men's Social, Athletic and Efficiency
club unless it is disbanded'at once.
Chief Justice Olson orders that le
niency to auto thieves must end.