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Savoy, '4346 Madison
'"The Cipher Key."
Standard, 750 N. Clark
"The Call of the North."
Star, 1453 Milwaukee Av.
Star, 1415 Fullerton Av.
States, 3509 S. State
Washington, 3440 S. State A
"The Girl Detective."
Wiley's, 2153 Lincoln Av.
"The Man Who Found Himself."
Winchester, 1936 W. Chicago Av.
"The Faith of Her Fathers."
White pose, 1420 S. Crawford
"The Five-Pound Note."
Yale, Mayw'd, 5th Av. and Madison
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:37 sunset, 6:56.
Elgin Butterine Co., Elgin, filed pe
tition in bankruptcy.
J. J .Turner, pres. of Union Station
Co., says work on new Union Station
is being pushed rapidly.
Body of John Collum, watchman
on fishermen's houseboat "Chicago,"
found in lake at foot of South Water
st. Police believe accident
Mayor Thompson to call special
meeting of council Monday after
noon. Wants it to go on record as
favoring home rule bill.
Dozen dogs escaped from dog
catcher's wagon in front of Maxwell
Solomon Foreman, 73, 621 W. 14th,
discharged. Cecilia Litwak, 15, 641
O'Brien, claims he was father of her
Old Rose Distilling Co.'s saloon,
2556 S. Halsted, held up by five
12 men and 9 women, arrested in
raids by Schuettler's flying squad,
fined in morals court. "
Pursesnatcher got $10 from Cath
erine Kent, 6151 Ellis av., in Jackson
Jas. Mullen held to grand jury for
murder of John Popp, whom he
knocked down in friendly scuffle.
Popp died of fractured skull.
Att'ys for Ottoman Hanish, appeal
ing his conviction in district court for
having sent improper literature to
another state. Charge trial was un
fair. Mrs. M. J. Conerty, 6525 S. Marsh
field av., reported missing to police.
Poolroom of Jos. Kuffan, 1380 E.
63d, and Anton Kondelka, 2384 W.
22d, closed by mayor.
Suit for $10,000 filed against Dr.
W. F. Grosvenor, 4829 Kenwood av.,
and Dr. Thomas Donctehue, 104 S.
Michigan, by J. F. Bisjiop. Details
Mrs. Maggie Long, 2311 State,
suing Mose Sammons, grocer, 23d
and State, for $25,000 Says he ac
cuses her of chicken stealing.
Rebecca Rhiedie, domestic at 1610
Ashland av., Evanston, knocked down
by man in back yard. Screams fright
Edward J. Murray, 61, 1630 Wells
st, fell and broke wooden leg.
Wolf Walter, 2346 W. Walton st,
fined $5 for speeding. Told judge was
hastening to dentist to have tooth
Judge Scully to be asked to set date
for trial of Dr. H. G. Wildman,
charged with practicing without li
cense. Archbishop Quigley greatly im
proved, friends hear. To return to
South Bend high school won com
petitive examination with other high
schools held at Lake Forest "U."
Thirteen schools took part.
Helen Blattenberg, 9, 5423 Augus
ta, bitten by dog which ran into base
menf of Byford school, Austin.
100 men with cut fingers arrested
as suspects in Coppersmith murder.
Police to question all today.
Police think that Pearl Thue's
story of attempted attack by negro