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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:18; usnset, 7:29.
Last of evidence for defense in U.
S. suit to dissolve bill poster trust to
be in tomorrow.
Judge Brentano overruled some ob
jections to the condemnation of prop
erty in proposed widening of 12th st
To hear more today.
Lillian Krockover. 16, 4323 S. Hal
sted, screamed and fainted when her
brother was sentenced to 3 months
in Bridewell for larceny.
Fred Potthast, saloonkeeper, filed
injunction asking that wife and oth
ers may be restrained from obtaining
judgment on property.
W. H. Clare to be sworn in as U. S.
appraiser in Chicago.
Alice Farnsworth, actress, won $15
suit in small claims court against
Joseph Irving, theater manager. Sued
Robt McDonald and John Lain ar
rested in rooming house at 3318 In
diana av. Wanted in Minneapolis for
staging fake horse races.
William Gregori, 2743 Flournoy,
appointed ass't sup't of streets. Sal
ary is $3,600.
Jas. Martin, negro, held to grand
jury without bail for killing Richard
Jackson in poolroom.
Anna Schulman suing Louis Sam
uels for $10,000. Fell down flight of
stairs in bldg. owned by Samuels.
Sybil Amundsen, 19, 905 N. Leam
ington, granted continuance when
brought before court for shoplifting.
Stole goods from dep't stores.
Rebecca Dombrowski, 1320 N.
Washtenaw av., swore out warrant
for Aaron Mandel. Promised to
marry her today. Disappeared yes
terday. Body of unidentified man. found on
beach at Wilmette. Wire about neck
believed to have been attached to
h Daniel Charvat, Hawthorne, wants
$23,000 from Burlington road. In
jured when someone touched match
to movie films in coach on Nov. 29.
Detective Serg't McArdle, Evans
ton, to resign after 22 years of serv
ice. John P. Walton had hearing de
stroyed year ago. Yesterday struck
by Erie train in Hammond and killed.
State's Att'y Hoyne filed bill against
election of three trustees in village of
Justice. Alleges election fratfa.
Judge Cooper recovering from
quinsy attack at his home in Antioch.
George Madgich, 8934 Buffalo av.,
killed in plant of Illinois Steel Co.
Boom cables broke and fell on head.
Coroner asked to probe death of
Mrs. Anna Brown, 78, 3026 Prairie
av. Relatives think that recent inju
ries in accident caused death.
Coroner's jury unable to determine
what cause fatal injuries to Jesse
Glaze, found unconscious in front of
3740 S. Racine av. Police say auto
Englewood police kept busy last
night. Disturbances at four weddings.
Judge Wade dismissed charge of
assault against Mrs. Bridget Stevens,
who attemtped to kill son-in-law in
Mayor restored license for bathing
beath at 76th to Sanitary Bathing
Beach Co. Revoked when neighbors
Mrs. Jas. Wilson, 344 W. 61st, for
whom police were searching, re
turned home. Visited son in South
Chicago. Forgot to lock house.
Clarissa Howsworth, colored, is
104 today. Living with grandson at
2104 Fulton. Has 39 grandchildren
and still helps about house.
Collection of wheel tax to begin
July 7. Governor signed bill. Now
has to be approved by city council.
Cap't Peter Jensen of U. S. coast
guard station at Evanston promoted.
Now has charge of 25 stations along
Lakes Superior and Huron.
Theodore Barnas, 5, 2826 W. 26th,
dead Swallowed kerosene
Dr. Eva Shaver released on $30,000
bouds. Indicted for murder when Aa-