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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:42; sunset, 6:52.
George Donahue fined $300 for so-
liciting aid on pretense it was for in-
capacitated newspaper man.
Mrs. Frank Wilson, dressmaker, is
L suing husband for $9 a week alimony
due since 1889. Amounts to $9,500.
I H. Morris, shoe man, 12 E. 12th,
offered boy who broke into store job
to earn pair of shoes he stole. Offer
" accepted. i
6 Percy Do you know, I weally have
half a mind to "kiss you, Miss Baby
"doll? Miss B. Tee-hee! Well, it's bet
ter to do things by halves than not
'to do them at all.
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Anyhow, you've got to believe that
Teddy made a noble effort to reform
T3oss Barnes prior to that 1912 con
vention. Some sinners are just too
stubborn for the most expert' evangelists.
First naval militia aviation corps
organized by Capt. Evers of 111. Naval
Reserve. Has one hydroplane. Head
quarters in Chicago.
Mrs. George M. Smith, 2007 Leiand
av., threw note out window. Had
locked self in room with daughter
when husband became insane. He is
City council to meet afternoons in
stead of evenings hereafter.
Mother of Philip Samson, Chicago
newspaper man, notified that he has
been badly wounded in fighting near
Ypres. In Canadian regiment.
Marjorie Ross and Marjorie Arthur,
two Lake View high school girls, have
disappeared. Police probing.
Chas. Haft, ass't corporatiorrcoun
sel, appointed by mayor as represen
tative to school board. Will watch
actions of members.
$4,000,000 prize herd of cattle,
quarantined at Hawthorne race track
when hoof and mouth disease epi
demic started, are cured.
Wife and children of John Cudahy
to share his $1,500,000.
Wilbur Helm, principal of North
western academy, resigned. Re
sented interference of Pres. A. W.
Harris of Northwestern "U."
..Frank Rydzewski, former member
board of local improvements, yester
day installed as member of election
Mrs. Frank Compisi, 909 Cam
bridge av., asked for police guard.
Husband received threatening letters.
Anna Fiersel, 16, 1444 Berteau av.,
missing. Police searching.
Twenty-three men and women ar
rested in Transfer Hotel, 1162 N.
Clark St., fined $1 and costs.
(Mrs. Nora Wingefeld, 60, 3829
Eddy sk, became ill while walking on
street. Died on way to hospital.
Six arrested by West Park police
for stealing flowers from parks. Push
ing campaign against petty thefts. ,
Thirty-five hoboes fined $5 ' and,
costs by Judge Caverljr at Desplaines