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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:16; sunset, 7:29.
Lee Mon Yaun sent $1,1 00 to Chow
Mgh Lung, Hongkong, China. Should
have been sent to Chtfw Mon Chung.
Can't get money back.
Chicago band doctorsand nurses,
going for service in war zone, have
Mrs. Josephine Porter, 2141 Sedg
wick, kept children of Hugo and Rose
Sulke, strangers, while they went to
hunt work. Did not return. Chil
dren sent to St Vincent's infant asy
lum. New Jaw directory shows 5,280
lawyers in Chicago. If every lawyer
were a foot, there would be just a
mile. Not a square mile.
Two detectives working upon iden
tification bureau for Maxwell st sta
tion gallery to be provided at each
Charles Daniels, 1319 W. Walton,
died of tetanus. Kicked on leg by
Unidentified man killed In attempt
to board freight train at Glen View,
Dailey Jonah, West Chicago, drag
ged to death by colt.
Arnold Heinemann, 10, 1625 102d.,
bitten on face by pet cat.
Telephone message for Justice
Fred Beisswanger, Niles, in middle of
trial. Triplets. Court adjourned.
Edwin Razell, former mgr. of the
Union Elevator Machinery Co., held
to grand jury. $22,000 worth of
Mario Baranzelli, Resta's mechani
cian, arrested for trying to sell dia
monds at State and Madison. Proved
Arrest of Wm. Elmore, Dekalb, III.,
asked. Alleged to have stolen auto
in Hamilton, Ont
Dr. Lyman E. Cooley and Prof.
Paul Shore, given Michigan univer
sity honor degrees.
City Comptroller Pike to confer
with council finance committee about
low bids on recent bond issues.
John Morgan, 2115 Summerdale
av., arrested for stealing letter from
Lulu Munger, 4010 Clarendon av.,
found guilty of passing bum checks
on cafe and hotel owners, granted
continuance to make restitution.
Bertha Wilhelan, 1720 W. 42d, had
Samuel Port, tailor, 1401 Blue Island v
avj, arrested when his foot touched
her ankle in street car.
West Side negroes gave banquet to
Alderman DePriest, second vard, in
Friendship Baptist church, 218 N.
Anna Vardo, 1920 Austin av, res
cued by policemen when four men
attempted to drag her into alley. Twc
of men arrested.
Coroner's jury returned open ver-"
diet in death of Jas. McCormack,
4802 W. Harrison, whose body was
found in Desplaines river.
Coroner investigating death Mrs.
Gertrude Conley, Lyons. Poisoning
Odell Coppage, 12, doesn't want to
go to mother in St. Louis. Told
Judge Baldwin she would rather live
with foster parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Leu, 2409 W. 56th.
Mrs. Ray Corser DuQuenne given
divorce from husband in Paris. Says
he threatened to throw her into Seine
so she ran away to America.
Mrs. Croft Waddington, 3407
Flournoy, found girl's note in hubby's
pocket. Given $65 monthly alimony.
Geo. Landau re-elected president
United Societies. Will soon open
Division III. Naval Reserve being
formed at Waukegan.
Dr. Frank Billings and Chas. L. V)
Hutchinson, Chicago, given honor
degrees Harvard university!
Coroner's jury recommended that
police capture slayer of Mrs. Anna
Kovick, 2361 Clybourn av., strangled
to death March 29.
Twelfth St. Property Owners' ass'n
says there will be no legal objections