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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:27.
Carl Anderson granted divorce.
Told how unemployed man to -whom
he gave home left with wife.
Warrants taken out for five loop
hotel owners. Cfiarged with keeping
bars open on Sunday.
Jas. Telford, 428 Arlington pi.,
left home, to buy paper. Body found
in Lincoln Park lagoon. Wife thinks
Auto of J. N. Noil, 1153 Kedvale av.,
Stolen by thieves at La Salle and Polk.
Many autos swiped for jitney bus
Dr. A. A. O'Neil elected president of
Chicago Medical society.
Mrs. Deela Levy, 2C53 Dayton, op
erator of bus, had Jas. Miller, paint
er, arrested. He says she attempted
to overcharge him.
Two alleged pickpockets arrested
at L C. Randolph st station.
David Biagi, 313 S. Racine, stabbed
in bapk walking with two girls. As
William Bushnell, 70, 215 S. Hal
sted, and Sam Diamond, 37, 1375 W.
Randolph, held to grand jury n se
rious charges of two girls.
William Jones, 17, 449 E. 42d, ar
rested for robbing phone box in Fal
lon school, paroled.
Claude Hammond wants manda
mus writ against health commission
er, compelling him to revoke license
of Lakeside hospital, 3410 Rhodes av.
Hammond $ays structure isn't fire
proof. Peter Bernako, Oxford hotel, Canal
and Adams, found unconscious from
eas. Says accidental.
Two Italians' got $250 from Mrs.
Daniel Hoffman, 2924 Wentworth av.,
by the "handkerchief game.
Warren Stephens arrested at Pres
byterian hospital, charged with rob
bing nurses and patients. Caught
after chase in which pedestrian was
Chicago club passed resolution en
dorsing arbitration in car strike.
Christopher Wallauer cut throat
and jumped into Douglas park la
goon. Had been in trouble.
L. C. Gland, 4159 W. Lake, found
dead from gas. Police believe acci
dent Mary Belasco suing Howard Lang- '
ford, member of same theatrical
company, in court of domestic rela
tions. Threatens Mann act
James Telford, 429 Arlington pi.,
could not get work. Body found Jn
Lincoln park lagoon.
Matthew White, owner of Log
Cabin saloon, toldJudge Landis sa
loon was open Sunday. Turn evi
dence over to mayor, ordered judge.
Ruth Hawkins, teacher in the
Huelster School of Music, knocked,
unconscious and robbed of $35 by
Four posters, each 9 by 20 feet, in
troduced as evidence in government's
bill poster suit
Walter Bulock put to work yester
day shoveling fertilizer in machine
at Armour & Co.'s plant Pile
shifted and fell on him. Smothered
Judge Gibbons refused motion for
new trial of Ottoman Hanish, who
was ordered to pay Mrs. Ellen Mars
Aid. Fisher, chairman of local in
dustrial committee, appointed sub
committee to report proposed ordi
nance granting Santa Fe road right
to build huge freight terminal at 22d
Dr. Nanna Todd suing Madison
Bldg. Co. for $75,000. Hurt in ele
vator accident in Chicago Savings
Wm. Clare appointed appraiser in
customs collection district here. Suc
ceeds Titos. O'Shaughnessy.
Joseph Brunner, saloonkeeper, 420
S. Canal, shot and- killed after fight
with customer. Police seeking as
sailant Appropriations amounting to $1,
905,000 for school engineers approy-