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whose face is kind, "whose eyes soft
ened with tears at the criticism made
by his father and at the admission
that he hadn't a mather; whose in
stinct of obedience is so strong that
he betrayed a theft rather than dis-"
obey his father who is to blame
that he is branded worthless and
who should stand before the bar of
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
, Sunrise, 4:15; sunset, 7:29.
Searching hospitals for clues to
Mile. Prances Pmchon disappearance
of April 22. On way from France to
Cross bill in divorce suit against
Chas. E. Cook, author, states he lost
$5,000 a year because nagging made
him unfit for work.
Clara, Christensen, 5037 St. Law
rence av., burned when dress caught
fire 7 months ago, dead.
Public utilities commission dropped
petition of Lindal P. Cowper asking
megaphones on street cars to call
Baby girl, well dressed, found in
hallway of home of Peter Blzosski,
1925 W. 51st
Mrs. Frances Bizanes, 16, 286 E.
35th, told judge husband was shot
in struggle over gun. Bizanes re
covering. Case continued.
Sec'y Timothy Cruise, W. Chicago
park board, ruled that small children
could use small parks after 9 a. m.
instead of 3 p. m.
Aldermen of Detroit defeated by
council members of Chicago in mu
nicipal ball game at Federal park. En
tertained by auto rides.
Fire destroyed barn in rear of the
home of John Bolono, 2828 Wallace.
Believed incendiary. Under investi
gation. Mrs. Genevieve Vawter suing for
annulment of second marriage to
Truman V. Vawter. Has another
wife, she says.
David Mintz, 3345 W. 38th, former
pres. Breiten Hebrew church, freed
on embezzlement charge. Not suffi
Louis Lochbihler asking injunc
tion against Union Station Co. Ex
cavating on his land, claim. i
Wm. A. Martin, 1124 W. Huron,
fined $100, given year in Bridewell
and held to grand jury on charges of
larceny and assault of Dr. Arthur Di
L. Johnson, manager Presbyterian
hospital laundry, broke leg in indoor
Geo. Wolf, Jr., 2032 Larrabee, sued
Arthur Glantz, 1930 Sedgwick, for
$5,000. Dog bite. i
Government will' not prosecute on;
acicdental food impurities, Dr. L. Ma
Tolman, dep't agriculture, told cracki
Andrew Hummer, 6, 1833 Milwau-f
kee av., hitching on cart, fell under,
Wm. Egan and Walter O'Brien, de-j
tective sergeants, accused of police
graft, go to trial before Judge O'Con
nor July 8. i
Burglars got $2,000 booty from thej
home of John C. Metzger, 3163 Pine,
Grove av., according to report of po-j
Election commis'rs asked Hoyne
for grand jury investigation of votq
frauds in 19th ward. (
Emmett Sullivan, 644 Briar pU
chauffeur, had leg broken by auto
accident in which 3 cars crashed aft
33d and Calumet av. i
Two armed robbers held up Louisf
Ehrlich, 665 Roscoe St., and two com-5
panions in Lincoln park near Diver
sey pky. 1
Wm. E. Elmore, head of De Kalb
Cereal Co., wanted for larceny byt
bailee. Sold auto intrusted to hisj
care, is charge.
C. W. Huck, chauffeur for Ogden.
Armour, discharged on arrest forj
speeding through Winnetka. 7
Street's Western Stable Car Line,
capitalized at $4,000,000, to be sold-
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