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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:16; sunset, 6:26.
Jas. Savage killed by fall from
Jacob Husterd, 63, 2633 Ward, hit
by street car. May die.
Burglars got jewelry from home of
Fred P. Meeker, Jr., 1442 Winnemac.
Smallpox and petty thefts have
bothered Hyde Park high school
Chicago golf clubs discussing plan
for raising cattle and vegetables on
Frank Coloner, 8, 1338 Lake,
struck by auto of Alfred McArthur,
Oak Park, died.
Chicago Medical society wants con
gress to remove German- patent
rights on Salvarsan.
Norman Wait Harris estate gave
$400,000 to Chicago Community
Trust for charitable purposes.
Chicago Motor Bus Co. wants bus
line privilege from South and West
Park board. Will probably get them.
Clarence Darrow fighting, for stay
in case of Andrew Pepper, Austrian,
sentenced to death for murder of
Thos. Inness testified against pals,
Walter Stevens and Albert Chase,
accused of murder of Louis Lichten
stein during robbery.
Six men arrested -in Ferndale cafe,
Chicago-av. and Clark, several weeks
ago in connection with plot to dyna
mite Bismarck Gardens, freed.
Nick Moga, gardener Saddle and
Cycle club, again indicted for death
of Willie Ulrey,. 14, who was hit with
shears while crossing club lawn.
Rufus M. Potts, state insurance
sup't, wants injunction against Chi
cago Motor Club and Ford Owners'
Protective ass'n. No state insurance
Cuono Codetta, 700 Miller, and
Chas. Bakes, 548 Gilpin pi., killed
and Sam Esposito, 1066 Taylor,
wounded in gun battle in Jos. Espo
sito's saloon, 1048 Taylor. Colletta
said to have started shooting.
Joyce Robinson, 3, Berwyn, killed
$1,000 loot taken from home of
Geo. H. Chapel, 1514 Pratt blvd.
Junior League revel at Auditorium
theater netted $10,000 for charify.
Trial of Ex-Aid. De Priest and Ex
Chief Healey continued until Thurs
Wm. Gill, 30, 1409 Van Buren, shot
and WQunded Samuel Churiffs, bar
Mrs. Lucy Whitney, who died Febv.
9, left nearly all of $150,000 estate to
fiance, Samuel H. Hodge.
Jewelry and silver worth $1,200
stelen from home of Mrs. Henry 'J.
Schmidt, 1262 North Shore av.
Mrs. H. W. Sterne, 826 Sunnyside
av., awoke to find burglar in room.
Her screams frightened him away.
U. S. court of appeals decided ,Rock
Island, road was right in refusing
beer consigned for shipment to dry
Eugene Hodge and Jas. Whitehead,
negroes, given one to 14 years for
attempt to kill two policemen during
Mrs. Ina Kissenger, 5039 Fulton,
wants divorce from Herman D. Kis
senger, Kansas City att'y." Cruelty
Silk seeks carried Lake Forest
elections. Keene Addington elec'ted
mayor over Thos. Appleton, cotton
Mrs. Zoe Graham, stenographer,
wants freedom from Jas. H. Graham.
Charges desertion, drunkenness and
Dorothy Groayer will leave Mel
bourne, Australia, May 10, to become
bride of Edw. P. Gillen, Waukegan.
It's just a trip of 11,333 miles.
Contract let by West Park board
for largest swimming pool in world,
to be located in Columbus park. Will
cover 30,000 square feet and cost
"Mike de Pike" Heitler given oni
year for transporting women from