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States, 3509 S. State
Washington, 3440 S. State
Wiley's, 2153 Lincoln Av.
"Unlike Other Girls."
Winchester, 1936 W. Chicago Av.
"The Grim Messenger."
White Rose, 1420 S. Crawford
"The Black Box." No. 9.
Yale, Mayw'd, 5th Av. and Madison
Eastern Star Night "
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:30; sunset, 7:02.
Chief Healey sent order to police
requesting enforcement of law
against throwing glass in streets.
Mayor Winn Powers of St Paul,
Minn., and cabinet inspected Chicago
Arrest of four pickpockets has
frightened others from city, accord
ing to Lieut. Larkin of crime squad.
Frank Schmall, 1804 B,eseley ct,
arrested for nonsupport Wife says
he goes to church without shoes.
Dr. Frank Rutter, ass't chief of for
'eign and domestic commerce bureau,
conferred with business men on
People's Gas Light and Coke Co
granted permission to issue $73,000
in $100 bonds for employes.
Because lawyers and father got
$3,000 verdict returned for Carl
Schuetz, 9, hurt by car, railway com
pany must pay again.
Joseph Brownstein, 1511 S. Millard
av., arrested in women's washroom
on 7th floor of city hall.
Suit for $25,000 started against J.
W. Lowenthal, 20S S. LaSalle St., and
J. J. Laughlin, 7351 Cottage Grove
av., by O. Rex, 8 S. Dearborn. Auto
Mrs. Mary Lacio, suing owners of
building at 1722 W. Ohio st, for $20,
000. Porch fell, injuring spine.
Dozen young men offered blood to
save life of Mrs. J. W. Williams, 4618
Kenmore av., said to be dying.
Six horses of Troop D., 5th Cavalry,
Fort Sheridan, shot after test showed
Man and boy, believed father and
sou, lobbed delicatessen of Henry
Lemke, 1422 Irving Paik blvd. of $14.
Mrs. John Miller, 1016 Milton av.,
narrowly escaped injury when "Black
Hand" bomb was thrown against bed
Mrs. Mary Miller, missing from 680
Milwaukee av., sought by police. Left
Six jitney buses put into operation
through Humboldt park from Ash
land av. to Central Park av.
Coroner's jury failed to find why
Arthur Anderson, 14, 3011 Parnell
av., climbed light pole. Shocked to
John Ross, 22 N. La Salle st, fined
$10 and costs. Offered policewomen
Gasoline smell in fire at 11417 Watt
av., grocery of Peter Grugis, resulted
Wm. Kessalas, 808 W. Polk st,
hired to pull down wires at 20th and
Indiana av. Employer asked $1 to
buy material; disappeared.
Marie Harnett, 6,-4940 W. Monroe
st, fatally burned while playing
Students of McKinley high school
to ask use of room in school base
ment for rifle range.
Harry J. Londergan, who took poi
son in Weeghman's lunchroom after
quarrel with wife, dead.
Jerry Mack and James Flynn, scis
sors grinders, arrested as suspects in
Mrs. Anna Williford, 5488 East End
av, suicided, coroner's jury decided.
Pierce Underwood of Oak Park
placed under $1,000 bonds while
fighting U. S. extradition proceedings.
Indicted for bond fraud in Cleveland.
Charles Williams, on 'trial for killing
of Policeman Win? Hosenstreter in