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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:18; sunset, 5:45.
Last day for paying election bets!
Gustave Smitn, vVaterloo, la., blew
(Tut gasMn hotel room. Resusitated.
Paul Thayer, 5020 Michfgan. av.,
fire fan, killed when fire truck on
which he rode crashed at 45th and
Roscoe Smith, 14, Hoopeston, III.,
searching South Side for mother,
who left home after quarrel with dad.
Louis Finkelstein's flat, 5332
Prairie av., robbed $200 worth.
Louis Weinstein, 1520 Hastings in
jured when street car hit his wagon.
Stave Zoro, 2316 Wentworth, and
Minnie Mitrovic, 20," 2314 Wentworth,
ran away to get married. Back with
out wedding certificate. He's pinched.
Policeman Frank Farrell arrested
on charge of contributing to delin
quency of Pauline Konecki, 17, and
While fighting fire at 15 W. Van
Buren, fireman under Battalion Chief
Michael Corrigan, discovered fire
across street in Manor hotel. Both
Leon Melon arrested in loop with
$100 worth of jewelry of C. F. Greene,
Lake water in North Chicago
blamed for spreading epidemic of ty
phoid. i Robbers cleaned out home of
Christian B. Wright, 1900 Calumet
av. Family in California.
Fred Brown brought back from
Milwaukee on bigamy charge.
Sol LaBo, wanted here for $3,500
forged checks, arrested in Washing
ton. Safe weighing 600 lbs. found in the
rear of 321 Institute pi. Stolen from
grocery of Paul Massi, 87G Orleans,
two months ago.
Sam Levin arrested as dip at 12th
and Halsted Three others, taken in
loop. . , ,
Thomas J. Deeren, American land
cwner who fled Cuban revolution,
says sugar crop is in danger.
Mrs. O. F. Jordan preached in pul
pit of Evanston Christian church to
relieve husband, pastor.
"M. D. Keyes and wife" and "Clarry
ence Green and wife" evicted from
Congress hotel and arrested for dis
order. Four auto bandits held up Jack's
cafe, 2025 W. Madison, shot two pa
trons who resisted and got away with
- Protest against raise in rents con
tained in thousands of letters sent
out by F. A. Langdon, pres. Flat
Twenty Chinese arrested in gamb
ling raid, 549 S. Clark.
HE MET HER AT THE ALLIED
BAZAAR NOW HE'S IN JAIL
An aftermath of the Allied Bazaar
brought Marko Markovitch of 4S16
St. Paul av. into jail yesterday. Mar
ko met the Leoni family at the Ser
bian booth during the charity affair.
From that time on, the police have
been told, he was attentive to the 16-year-old
daughter, Anna Leoni, and
he frequently saw the girl at her
home at 3131 W. 16th st.
But when he made a date with Mrs.
John Leoni yesterday, threatening
her if she didn't see him, he was
wrong. Mrs. Leoni kept the date in
the family auto. Hidden in the back
was Det. Serg't Edward Riendeau, a
RHEUMATISM WAS A NEEDLE
Mrs. Jennie Holland, 1460 W. Jack
son blvd., had rheumatism for four
teen years or at least she thought
she did until Dr. Louis Tint oper
ated on her thigh Saturday and drew
out a needle three inches long. She
doesn't know how it got there.
Bridgeport, Conn. Ex-Pres. Taft
on New Haven Short Line train
wrecked at bridge. His car had start
ed to topple into river. None hurt.