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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:53; sunset, 6:02.
Samuel Dennis, U. S. district att'y,
Baltimore, in city to investigate
charges against Chicago grain men
said to have shipped adulterated oats
Wm. Grey, leather merchant, 2010
Prairie av., left $1,107,049 at death.
Two daughters and son to get estate.
Mrs. Hannah Coyle, 1532 E. 65th,
police matron South Chicago station,
hurt by falling plaster in cell room.
Pickp'ockets opened purse of Mrs.
M. Batchelor, 4740 St. Lawrence av.,
while she was shopping in loop. Got
U. S. Dis't Att'y Chas. Clyne to
submit report of wheat dealings in
Chicago market May 1.
Mrs. Sarah Levitan, injured by car
at Cottage Grove av. and 94th, April,
1913, got $10,000 verdict
Matthew Ostrowski, 8241 Coles
av., got 5 months in Bridewell for
stealing 5 pigeons.
Police probing reason why Mrs.
Mary Denis told her employer, Mrs.
G. A. Bees, 6641 Kimbark av., she; odus to seek jobs begun.
had taken poison. Had not.
Ignatz Kolakowski, leper, taken
from home, 670 Fay, to Isolation hos
pital Esther true, 17, ran away from Elk
hart, Ind., to become movie actress.
Herbert Seward to tell Oak Park
village board they can have $169,000
municipal lighting and ice plant that
will make about $60,000 profit.
Meeting to be held Monday in office
of Henry Robbins, 105 S. La Salle.
Want statue to be erected to Lyman
Mrs. Ruth Allensport and 4 boys
discharged in court by judge.
Charged with burglary. Police failed
to make case.
Joseph Steele, morals squad inves
tigator, requests trial before being
Police looking for John Delaney,
Body of murdered Italian found at
Halsted and Chicago av. Beaten and
stabbed. Three countrymen held as
suspects. Identity unknown.
A. Pace, sec'y Produce Terminal
Corp., spoke before Executive club,
says terminal would save millions
yearly to Chicagoans.
483 young men proposed to Jessie
Wood, Glencoe. She has picked 7
candidates. Will place them on pro
bation 3 years.
Dr. Herbert Claflin, 77, widower,
met his bride-to-be, Mrs. Laura Whit
beck, 43, Syracuse, N. Y., at station
yesterday. To be married soon.
Mrs. John Mclsaacs, 1259 N. La
Salle, died under anesthetic in hos
pital. Had jaw broken. Husband
held. Denies he beat her.
William Mack asks Mrs. Young to
bring matter of establishing citizen
ship classes in schools before board
Sup't of Oak Forest poorhouse
asks bundle day committee to give
inmates clothing. Annual spring ex-
Mrs. Julia Patera, 937 W. 54th, held
to grand jury for murder. Alleges to
have performed illegal operation on
Mrs. Elinor Cassidy
Thomas Clark, dean of undergrad
uates of I1L "U," spoke before Austin
High School Parents' club. Blames
parents for failure of sons in college.
German-Americans sending food to
Germany by means of parcel post
Think to evade blockade by this
Wells school pupils make their own
candy. Principal Masslich does ndt
want children to eat "trash."
Dempsey Cantsle, sent to Bride
well. Before night court for stealing
pennies from newsstands.
Lincoln Park commissioners re
ceiveing protests daily against allow-
ing armory in Lincoln park.
Chicago Butter and Egg board pro-!
hibited gambling in futures for GO
days as an experiment