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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise. 5:57: sunset. 6:00.
John Emo, engineer, died on job of
John Fitzmaurice acquitted on con
game charge in court.
Thomas Prokes wanted $30,000
from Joseph Krai, former employer.
Injured by defective machine.
Mrs. Julia Patera held to grand
jury for murder. Police say Mrs. Eli
nor Cassidy gave them statement
Died of illegal operation.
Barney Melnick indicted by grand
jury for giving perjured testimony in
case of Barney Cohen, alleged fence.
. Edward Carney and baby pig lock
ed up in stockyards police station.
Think Carney stole pig.
Charge of violating state law by
using U. S. flag for advertising pur
poses dismissed against Chas. Ca
Thomas Mclntyre, street car con
ductor, dead. Crushed in car barns
trying to board car.
Serg't Danahy, Clark st. station,
shaved off his 10-year-old mustache
because it was St. Patrick's day.
Five petitions of persons seeking to
adopt children filed in county courts:
Vice-Pres. Marshall and staff left
last night for San Francisco Fair.
Gresham Improvement Ass'n offers
$200 reward for information leading
to arrest and conviction of murderer
of George Prince, jeweler.
Att'y Forest Smith to demand trial
board proceedings against Police Op
erator John Dixon. Quarreled over
Central Trust Co. appointed re
ceiver for Mastrogiovanni Savings
Bank, 2252 Wentworth av. Credit
ors charged insolvency.
Cap't O'Brien, detective bureau, re
ceived note from girl threatening sui
Case of Garfield Sullivan and Vir
gel Litzinger, boy auto bandits, con
tinued. Two bulldogs had fight in Evahston
pound wagon. One killed.
fined $200 for
contempt of court.
Dudley Field Malone, collector port
of New York, spoke for neutrality at
Irish Fellowship club banquet.
Sarah Hickory, 155 W. Huron,
made man dance by shooting at feet.
Recruiting offices of army closed
by war department. Army lip to full
Chicago Poles to hold services as
a tribute to A. Swiatkiewicz, former
Chicagoan, executed by Austrian
Mrs. James F. Clark, wife of jew
eler, suing for separate maintenance.
$1,000 worth of jewelry recovered in
raid on house at 948 W. Polk st; 2
School board, at suggestion of
committee, tendered Oliver Goldsmith
school building for use as temporary
hospital for drug fiends.
Two actresses granted divorces
yesterday. Both deserted.
Assessors order 100,000 more per
sonal property schedules. Think
state's atty's campaign will act as a
moral kic kto many.
Farmer contributed $5,000 to fund
to pension ministers at Rock River
conference of M. E. church.
George Mead, Chicago ad man who
took poison in Milwaukee, will re
cover. III. Retail Clothfers' ass'n to cam
paign to stop fake fire and bankrupt
Harold McCormick and Chas. G.
Dawes guarantee $220,000 for Chi
cago opera season.
Co-eds of Northwestern "U" roller
skating to and from classes. New
styles allow new fad.
Margaret Hennessey jumped from'
auto when men companions refused
to stop. Collar bone fractured.
One-third of $26,000 estate of
William Sear left to daugnter, Mrs.