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NEWS OF THE DAY cdNCERNING CHICAGO
Edward Holtz, drug clerk, fined $50
for selling morphine.
Confectioners testify against Corn
Products Refining Co. in preparation
of testimony to be used in govern
ment's trust suit:--.
Children in public" schools con
tribute $14,598 to poor.
City light inspectors to give dinner
in Congress hotel tonight.
Harry Gold, begging specialist, sent
to Bridewell for soliciting aid for 800
starving Jewish families.
Mrs. Ottila Haas, teacher in Throop
school for 33 years, died at home.
Chicago Bar Ass'n asked leave to
file petition to furnish evidence to
disbar five lawyers yesterday in su
preme court. Men violated ethics.
Mrs. Thojnas McDonough, wife of
assistant jailer, suing for divorce
calls husband cruel.
Mayor Harrison to take auto trip
to inspect new roads.
Crane Co. to give Christmas pres
ent of $650,000 to its employes.
Miss Katherine Mussan leads
nurses in sale of Red Cross stamps.
Has sold 450,000.
Executive board of Chicago munic
ipal Christmas Tree Assn'n to call
meeting. Plans for tree in Grant
park this year uncompleted.
Planet Jupiter has new moon the
ninth accordmg to astronomers.
Dr. George Brown, Edinburgh, had
some radium. Roomed at 1600 N.
La Salle. Landlord heard of radium
and put up sign "Chicago Radium In
stitute." Dr. Brown moved.
Robert Johnson took jury trial
when up before judge on charge of
Old Friends' club to hold banquet
in New Hotel Morrison tonight
Marie Henkel, Rogers Park, on way
to Europe with mother to nurse her
John Miller, 4755 Sheridan road,
failed to appear in court Judge TJhlir
forfeited bonds. Charged with ob
taining money by false pretenses.
Inventory of estate of late Edward
Morris filed in probate. Owns
1,000,000 acres of land in Mexico.
Value of various property not given.
First year's income for widow
amounted to $100,600.
Jury trying Conductor Peter
Kresse for throwing Aid. Geiger from
car couldn't agree. Refused to make
conductor "goat" Jurors discharged
30 paintings, pieces of sculpture
and etchings selected to form nu
cleus of Chicago's art collection.
John Allen, pres. of Garfield Blvd.
Turkish Bath Co., arrested on charge
of "con game" by Joseph Orszag,
who said he was pursuaded to invest
$2,000 in company.
Members of Twentieth Century
club told "horn to write novels" by
Barry Pain, English novelist.
Judge Petit to head corps of
"Bugs" of C. A. A. to bring Christ
mas to homes of poor.
High cost of living strikes Lincoln
Park zoo. Bids for animals' food
show increase. Petitions by 4 com
panies to be allowed to operate auto
busses in park considered.
David Korshak, confessed firebug,
testified all day against Joseph Fish,
millionaire fire insurance adjuster,
on trial for arson.
Mrs. Rob't Ganey, 2357 W. Ohio,
locked up in Stock Yards station for
attempting to evade $22 taxi bill.
Also identified by man she had
robbed in west side saloon.
Frank Bishop, 2046 W. Superior,
asked to be locked up for embezzle
ment Said he had taken $100 from
F. Stoercer, 2033 W. Huron. Locked
up. Stoercer agreed to sign com
plaint. Calumet Christrrias committee or
ganized to provide every popr fam
ily in Roseland, Pullman, Kensington,
Gane and West Pullman with Christ
Dis't Att'y Clyne still awaiting ar
rival of CoL Alexander's lawyer with