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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:32; sunset, 6:15.
Wife of Aid. Merriam, in talk to
clubwomen, says cHque is behind
all dances at which liquor is sold af
10,000 men to start work in Chica
go Heights mills, which are to be
Because an orthodox Jew cannot
use a pencil during Passover elec
tion commissioners have ruled that
clerks and judges can mark ballots
Rudolph Miller, 15, West Pullman,
thrown to street by runaway. Had
Frank Lizon, held in Winnipeg for
serious offense against Clara Snyder,
12, to be brought back.
Lillian Russell, waitress, on trial in
Hyde Park court for using chef's
money to buy ring. Case continued.
Civil service committee of legisla
ture to introduce civil service bill to
day. $400,000 manual training school to
be opened in West Pullman. No tui
tion charged. Sponsored by late
George M. Pullman.
South Park board to allow creation
of miniature farms in playgrounds.
Mrs. Agnes Hunt died in hospital
from ptomaine poisoning. Ate chop
suey. Inquest today.
Stanley Krur cut wrist when he
broke into grocery. Trailed by blood.
Local transportation committee of
the council favored building of street
cars for traction co. here.
board, sued for $5,000 by Richard
Finn, who was hurt by auto.
Roscoe Major says he gave his
wife all his pay, yet she wasn't sat
isfied. She wants divorce.
School board to consider proposal
to place John D. Shoop, ass't sup't,
at head of vocational schools.
Next meeting of county board to
consider 2,000,000 bond issue for
new county jail.
Chief of Police Michaels of Aurora
receiving letters from man -who
threatens to stir up town with an
other murder. Probing.
Mrs. Herbert Kaufman, wife of $85-j
a-week barkeeper at Blackstone ho-1
tel, obtained divorce and alimony.
Atlas Taxi Co., established to com-j
pete with Shaw Co., have 50 cents?
for first mile rates. &-
James Bishop, public administra-f
tor, filed petition in court to ta,ke?
cnarge ot estate or bows tieuman
artist, who left valuable naintines.
Argument to make picketing in
junction against Waitresses unior
permanent again started. "To coriS
Capt. J. J. Halpin and 6 more po
licemen, indicted on graft charge,
want cases assigned for immediate
Jas. Constantino, 105 W. Van Bur-"
en, arrested for selling adulterated
fpod. Sold Chinaman April Fool
Detectives arrested 13 men in head-?
quarters of Waiters' Union, 169 N. Las
Salle. Charged with gambling. Disa
charged in night court.
Involuntary bankruptcy petitior
filed against Asia Cafe, 324
A. L. McMasters sent to Leaven
worth for year for sending improper
literature through the mails.
Coroner's jury found W. L. But-
terworth, 3027 Federal, was murder
ed. Police probing.
$200 reward offered by Greshaml
Timothy Cruise, sec. West Park improvement Society for murderer Of
Alexander Prince, aged jeweler.
Rocco Cugno sentenced to 5 years!
in Leavenworth for selling opium, v
Herbert Sibley, laborer, 5724 Em
erald av., took poison. Serious. Out
Martin Selle, clerk employed -afl
Tmax, Green Drug Co., arrested fori
selling morphine- :-s
Largest municipal lodging hoUse'at
Desplaines and Washington 'Closetjf