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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:41 ; sunset, 6:44.
$5,750 suit of Mrs. Ellen Marx
against Ottoman Hanish, cult leader,
will probably go to. jury today.
Bert Bartlett found-dead from gas
in room at Dearborn hotel, 666 S.
State st Out of work. Thought sui
cide. D. C. Waite, farmer, gave $3,000
bond for appearance in charge of
threatening federal officer making
hoof and mouth disease inspection.
Lafayette Kit ass'n has purchased
ambulance which will be sent to for
eign Red Cross.
Judge O'Connor, refused to grant
"Wm. Lorimer separate trial.
Temperature up to 87 8-10 yester
day. Record so far for year.
F. Fox, Chicago cartoonist, married
to Edith Hinz. Left for New York.
Clarence Forbes arrested on indict
ments issued some time ago charging
him with participating in fake prize
Comm'r public service recommends
another million dollars be expended
in improvement on County hospital.
Carl Dronchod, 2, 5014 Cottage
Grove av., killed when he fell 30 feet
from window of home yesterday.
Poorly dressed man suicided by
cutting artery of right wrist on steps
of Panhandle freight house last night
Judge Goodwin yesterday refused
to compel Chicago Telephone Co. to
provide a phone to Violet Phipps,
3741 Indiana av. Buffet flat charged.
Poilce looking for Joseph Maldeno,
owner of building at 1016 S. Morgan
st, which was wrecked by bomb this
morning. "Black hand" suspected.
School board employes trying to
enter other branches of civil service
to escape salary cuts and overtime
Mandamus writ issued to compel
county civil service board to place ex
amination of Dec. 7, 1911, back on
records; 88 doctors at County hos
pital lose their positions by decision
of judge. They passed later test
Lieut-Gov. O'Hara yesterday de
nied trying to hold up bill granting 6
new circuit court judges.
Ben Mincer, former hotel propri
etor who disappeared from $20,000,
found in Detroit "Just taking things
easy," he says.
On the eve of his wedding Joseph
Kierzoiko, 2816 Keeley st, was
caught with bag of chickens. Re
leased on plea of bride.
David Hackett yesterday filed peti
tion for writ of mandamus to get
back job in fire dep't. lost in 1909.
Adolp'h Konkowski, 15, 824 N. Ash
land, and Bronislaw Piech, 1225
Noble, injured when 2 Metropolitan
"L" trains collided at Chicago and
Dog, thought to be mad, caused a
panic on "U. of C." campus. Cap
tured by police who took it to pound
to be examined.
Oliver Pausely, Edgewater banker,
fined $5for speeding by Justice Boyer
of Evanston. Wanted to get to pros
perity parade on time.
Chief of Police Gleason issued last
order transferring self to captain of
First official order of new Police
Chief Healey was to transfer two of
his old aids from outlying stations to
Four alleged pickpockets, held at
50th st police station, booked when
att'y threatened to get habeas corpus
Eight retiring council members of
Lake Forest stayed away from inaug
uration of new mayor. Places have
been taken by 4 commissioners.
Wife and 5 children of Fred Nelson
pleaded for him in speeders' court. He
Margaret Hartnett, 2119 Calumet
av., choked by robber, who escaped
with purse containing $55.
Body taken from lake at 9th st
Sunrosed to be that of John Lapinski.
Helmer Fandell, 19, 5326 N. Ash
land av., badly burned when gasoline-