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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Thelma Gerome and Eula Ober
nyre, Grand Bapids, paroled on
charge of shoplifting by Judge Prin
George White, colored, held to
grhd jury on charge of robbery. Held
UfH& with tin pop-gun.
-Bertram Winston, auditor for Lin
coln' Park commissioners, to be re
commended to school board as ap
praiser for downtown school prop
erty; Attorney Harold Ickes filed suit for
$25',000 against Aid. Jacob Hey.
$2,400,000 municipal tuberculosis
sanitarium opened. Health Commis
sioner Young received keys from Dr.
Sachs, pres. board of directors.
Wrs. G. Pimmiga, 642 S. May,
wrapped 5-months'-old baby in kero
sene pack to xmre it of ills. Baby
died of burns.
Patrick O'Donnell, attorney, urges
stuSents of Kent Law" school to enter
criminal law field.
Harold Groeppner, 9, 6743 S. Win
chester av., rescued brother and sis
ter1 from burning home.
One-year-old daughter of Royal
Bell Winnetka, dead. Fell with
spoon in mouth. '
4 Cip't O'Brien asked to search for
parents of Austin McCleary, 4. Boy
found on steps of New York church.
Claude Grygowski, 3, 8500 BUrley
av. burned to death. Matches.
"Thousands of postal clerks and as
sistants start tomorrow at quadren
nlaPtask of weighing mail. Figures
computed for contract prices paidrail
rdfetfe and steamship lines for trans
portation. Jane Peyton Post, actress, had
marriage to Guy Bates Post annulled.
SaiH former divorce was not placed
Bn3 record till 2 months after mar
riage. ' GHstav6 Svedlund, 12, 5749 Augus
t,!aead. Fell in front of Rothschild's
&ufo truck. Roller skating. Henry
Eraa, chauffeur, held for Inquest
Rodney Bryan, 10 S. La Salle, held
to grand jury for burglary. Broke
Into candy shop. Said he did it for
Will disposing of $3,500,000 estate
of A. A. Sprague admitted to probate.
"5105,000 to charity. Rest relatives. Q
Ferdinand Jelke filed petition ask
ng that wife be cited for contempt.
Says she doesn't obey judge's order
o let hi mhave son for month.
John Delisle, 1522 Norwood, held .
or forgery. T. L. Osburn, treas. Fed
eral Insurance Co., 175 W. Jackson,
or whom Delisle was clerk, made
Die for making Carter Harrison
hero medals broken. Used 30 years.
Sew one ordered.
Still trying to impanel jury in trial
-f millionaire fire insurance adjuster,
Joseph Fish, charged with arson.
- Charles Blum arrested, charged
ivith stealing 9 pennies from news
stand at Randolph and 5th av.
Gustave Schmidt sentenced to
county jail till Monday, when he will
be deported. Violated Mann act
Lester Payne released under bond.
Charged with impersonating govern
ment officer and obtaining go-cart
Frances Kaminski, 18, sent to the
House of Good Shepherd. Had been
sleeping in barns. Dr. Seippel said
girl was 8 years old mentally.
Harold Hollacher, 7, 2312 W. 59th,
struck by street car on way to schooL
Mrs. Mary Lyons dropped dead in
home, 5748 Princeton av. Heart dis
ease. Fred 'Ludka, teamster, 1252 W.
31st, killed when team became
frightened and threw him from seat
Albert Kettering, druggist, Harper
av. and 53d, robbed of $600 -worth of
cigars. Offers $50 reward for recov
ery of merchandise.
Mayor Ha.rrison took responsibility
for wholesale changes at S. Clark st .
station. No reflection oa Capt P. D.