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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:22; sunset, 7:28.
Edward Ryner, 12, 7101 Vernon
av., overcome by -beat in Jackson
park. "" ,
August Peterson, soap manufac
turer, 5477 Dorchester av., arrested
for con game. Charged with keep
ing deposits made by agents. In court
'Emil Wargin, 14, ran away from
home in Madison, HI., to become a
movie operator. Being held for fa
ther. . .
Ben Lewis, 914 W. 12th, arrested in
Evanston for picking pockets. Had
one up his sleeve.
Aldermen act to condemn property
sold for new beach at foot of 76th st
Municipal Judge Coodnow shaken
up when his auto collided with auto
truck at Dearborn and Austin av.
Baby left in buggy in 5 and 10-
cent store at oi. mnwuunee .
Taken to St Vincent's orphanage.
Mayor says Dr. Theodore Sachs,
head of Funicipal Tuberculosis San
itarium must explain use of funds.
Charges of extravagance made.
700 master plumbers begin their
convention at the Congress hotel to-
1600 autoists were arrested last
year for having glaring headlights.
Chief Healey ordered his men to en
force the ordinance yesterday.
Municipal Art Commission yester
day voted $60,000 for the replica of
the great statue, "The Republic,"
created by Sculptor Daniel French.
Delma Ferguson refused to reform
and judge refused to remit $1)0 fine
in night court. Says she has been so
cial outcast for 7 years.
Three young men attacked Mrs.
Ida Anderson in her apartment at 222
W. 31st yesterday. Escaped with
pocketbook containing $25.
Barney Bertsche spent his first
night in an American penal institu
tion last night Writ of habeas cor
pus to be served on Warden Allen to
daj To testify in police graft cases.
Lincoln Park Commissioner Wins-
fnn tn ncir nnsRapft nf resolution tear
ing down sex fence at Diversey beach
at next meeting or pant Doara.
Dr. W. P. Sherman of Aurora op
erates with phonograph in St Jo
seph's hospitaL Says ragtime has fj
good psychological effect on patients.
Mrs. Florence Vosbrink obtained
$5,000 for more penny lunches at
meeting of school board financial
committee yesterday; 14 lunchrooms
New blue book of criminals com
pleted by Detective Sergeants Mc
Farland and Bush, who know more
crooks than any other two policemen
in the country.
Hat and coat found on banks of
river at 460 N. Water st, with note
ciPTiprl hv Christonher Donnelly tell
ing of intention to commit suicide,
.incpnhine Zuziak. 5. 1121 W. Erie,
burned. Played with matches.
John Pearson, 4, 2112 Addison, ran
away yesterday to go to Riverview.
Got lost. Found last night Walked
Officials of Midway Gardens refus
ed to discuss delayed dividends of
company. $20,000 stolen from safe
Geo. Fullerton yesterday gave self
up to police and said he had embez
zled $800 from Kimball hotel at
Springfield, Mass. Said he had time
of life. Is broke.
Unidentified man, 50, found dead in
barn, Oak Park av. and Raven.
Newspaper now being published at.
Bridewell. Called Corrector. Is 4-.
column, 4-page sheet with sport sec-
Civic and social organizations plan
nine' to welcome Jane Addams back
home with gigantic mass meeting in .
Leading publishers of country in
"book fair," being held at Palmer'
Chief Healey called 53 business and
professional men to office to discus 3