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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:07; sunset, 5:53.
Appellate court decided that find
ing of not guilty against car com
panies for violation -.of ventilation
ordinances was wrongs Ordered
Chicago Clean Food club asked
health committee for ordinance re
quiring sanitary carriers for bread
Estate of Rob't Robinson got
$5,250 verdict against city. Robin
son thrown from wagon when wheel
struck rut. Crushed to death.
When pa loafs, he loafs, but when
ma loafs she usually has some work
Patrick Barrell, arrested for rob
bery, freed. Proved he was at union
meeting when crime supposed to
Judge Gibbons used courtroom to
teach class from Francis Willard
school operation of courts.
Police of Lake st. station dug up
vard near home of Mrs. Grace
Woods, 4748 Rice st. Failed to find
man she says husband killed years
Thomas W. Thomas, whose body
was found in river with gash in neck,
died from drowning, Coroner's Physi
cian Reinhardt says.
' George W. Peck, 71, 110 W. Elm st.,
city employe, and Elizabeth Sweet,
73, same address, "eloped" to Crown
Five men who whispered excitedly
in Judge Dever's courtroom when five
others were being tried for burglary,
arrested as suspects
A short man has a hard time get
ting used to straps even in the new
Judges of circuit court have four
teen names to choose from in ap
pointing member of South Park,
board to succeed Edward Tilden, de
ceased. Hugo Engel, 3047 N. Spaulding av.,
molder, arrested as robber and
charged with four burglaries.
Frederick Arndt, 2220 Kedvale av.,
arrested for speeding; told judge was
victim of joke. Friends told him ho
was father of twins. Hurrying home.
Man "seeking room" beat and rob
bed Mrs. Maude Dumbar, 545 W. Gar
field blvd. Took $15.
Eli Lipscrtz, druggist, in morals
court after wife had said was living
with another woman, had fight with
brother-in-laws, Harry and Dave Ros
enfield. Separated by court attaches.
Here's the latest! Seat hangers
the fellow who stands in the street
car aisle and gets support from the
brass handle of a seat.
Joseph Fish, former insurance ad
juster, acquitted of arson. Second
Mae Stafford who says Lowell
Young, 5901 South blvd., Austin, tried
to entice her, held prisoner in Ham
mond, Ind., attorney says.
Dr. Wm. Hickson of psychopathic
laboratory says American methods
for dealing with feeble-minded are
It's funny how the kids know when
marble season is here. Same for top
E. L. McMicken, druggist, 415 E.
41st, held up by three armed men.
Mrs. Mathilda Emsheimer, widow
of Lake st. merchant, found in mys
terious death in offices, suing Fidelity
& Casualty Co. for insurance.
Breweries were idle on Thursday.
No, not in Chicago in Milwaukee.
Matthew Clausen, 1229 N. Harding
av., was good to other folks' children
but neglected his own, wife said in
court. Ordered to pay $8 a week.
Anger of Judge Gemmill at what he
termed interference caused Mrs. Ida
Schuchardt, 517 Alden av., Woman's
City club investigator, to faint in
Charles Roley, 2017 W. 25th, sui
cided. Gun. Ill health.
A. W. Greiner, auto dealer, arrest
ed for stealing auto of Charles Smith,