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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:03; sunset, 5:55.
Bomb found on doorstep at 914
Townsend. Fuse put out by rain.
Michael Dwyer, crippled-newsboy,
1224 Frontier, found dead. Bullet in
head. Police probing.
Co!. Allen, garbage ex; says
there is less grease in garb. . . Folks
"Dr." Fred Orsinger, ex-convict,
held in connection with death of Mrs.
Minnie Schofield, 325 S. Robey, after
illegal operation. Thos. F. Schofield,
widower, also held.
Petey Kane, found guilty of trying
to rob Mrs. Amelia Calhoun, 823 N.
Clark, given 20 years in prison.
Jos. Sobol, 1542 Cornell, got 35
years for murder of sweetheart, Celia
Chas. Hedge, alleged member of
auto thieves' trust, in custody.
Mrs. Maggie Brahn, 63, 1654 Cleve
land av., hurt by auto. Edw. Smith,
1964 Farwell, chauffeur for Peter
Peimeschkirch, 7066 N. Clark, held.
Sup't Snoop, board of education,
wants four new aids.
South Chicago saloonkeepers to
restore free lunch.
Sarah Bernhardt coming here
Clarence J. Keysboe, confessed
drug peddler, got three years and six
months in Leavenworth federal
Mrs. Hattie Castanes, 2322 Austin
av., tried suicide by cutting wrists
after becoming involved in case with
Mrs. Clara Baker wants annulment
of marriage to Herbert E. Baker.
Says he hypnotized her into marry
ing, him. i
Det. Serg'ts Gregory Moran and
Pat Loftus, detective bureau, headed
February efficiency list.
Four deaths from scarlet fever and
one from diphtheria yesterday.
Robert L. Pitte said to haye con
fessed making false bank report.
David O'Connor, Board of Trade,
ordered to pay $75 month to Mrs.
Rose O'Connor pending decision on
her separate maintenance suit.
Mrs. Margaret B. Dryden, 5210
Blackstone av., divorced from John
Dryden. Desertion, drink and other
Two bandits got $12 from Sol Hoff
man, saloonkeeper, 600 Division.
Dp. Chas. E. Cessna, 527 W: Mad
ison, sued for $50,000 by Julia Mur
phy, former employe. Alleged as
Krug Coal Co. fined $75 orLshort
Frank Parker, confessed auto thief
and paroled convict, sent back to Jo
liet after encounter with E. J.
Fleming, State's Att'y Hoyne's sec'y.
Dorothy Bentley, dancer, got di
vorce and $50 week alimony from
Carlos Sebastian, her dance partner.
Wm. Taylor, negro, confessed 61
burglaries and shooting of Russell
Bovee on Jackson park wooded
island last summer.
Telegraph service cut off by last
H. H. Evans, veteran politician,
near death in Aurora.
Woman wants Aid. Nance to get
baby girl for her.
R. A. H. Thompson, Wilmette, to
appeal from decision ordering him
to get his 24 dogs out of village.
Women's section of Navy league to
Percy SpaiHding, 35, 2508 Linden
pi., dead. Gas. Wife in hospital.
Ernest Klaus, 21, 1540 West End
av., suicide. Gun. Out of work.
Chas. Breasted, son of Prof. J. H.
Breasted, suspended from uniyerslty
for breaking Univ. of Chicago scarlet
Four milk dealers found guilty of
' Unidentified woman found badly
beaten in room of Frank Gibbons,
1202 Wells. Gibbons arrested.