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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:52; sunset, 6:58.
Aid Nance back from California ex
positions. Police asked to locate. Mrs. Mary
McCuen, who came to Chicago from
Hartford, Conn., in 1871. Has sev
eral thousand dollars coming to her.
Oscar F. Nelson's complaints result
in three paying fines for violating
women's 10-hour law.
Peter Ginley, in jail for non-payment
of allowance to wife, released.
Promised to pay up.
C. T. Griiner, foreman police dep't
horses, suspended by chief for mis
conduct Mrs. Elizabeth Dwire, 8021 East
End av., dropped dead of heart dis
ease. Maw Rudlow, 16, 5520 Prairie av.,
missing since Sunday. Believed to
have run away with two actors.
Afternoon burglars got $1,258 in
loot from five South Side homes.
. G. Strack, 1332 Fulton, says he is
Miami Indian, therefore exempt from
tax. Has refused to get license for
Sam fcteap, 450 N Carpenter, sent
to Bridewell for burning wife's shoes.
Sam Stoll's fiat, 434 Roslyn pi.,
Sam Sicoff, 2649 W. Division, laid
pocketbook containing $65 on lunch
room counter. Walked out without
Dr. R. R. Osborne, Elmhurst, filed
voluntary petition in bankruptcy.
Mrs. Frank Schwery, Waukegan,
charged with attempting to poison
Frank Quigley, released on $3,000
Fifteen persons bitten by dogs in
last two days.
Miss Harriet Dean, of Little Review
camp. North Shore, struck another
blow for feminine freedom. Is wear
Peter Crince, 18. 12026 S. Union
ar st"t stealing apples from Ed
Cfcp-irctte. 435 W. 115th. Later ar
rested. Crince may die.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Johnson, sec
ond old couple to offer farm for young
woman who will care for them. Ad
dress kept secret by Mark L. Craw
ford of federal employment bureau
to whom offer was made.
Orland only town in county to have
assessed valuation reduced by as
sessors. Miss Alma E. Schrack held up in
her Randolph Inn cafeteria, 20 W.
Randolph. Got nothing. Wm. Coun
tryman, 108 W. Grand av., under ar
rest. Mrs. S. D. Stall, 434 Roslyn pi., re
turned to fiat in time to see burglar
running out Got $200 in valuables.
Auto of J. C. McLoughlin, 5435
Mary McDermott, 21, 226 E. 49th,
spanked by mother for fighting with
Mrs. G. Carlson, actress, 922 Sedg
wick, to start court fight to get back
baby from relatives.
"Blind John" Condon, oldtime race
track man died of paralysis at home,
2623 S. Michigan av.
Police trying to learn identity of 3
old men and 2 girls who were hurt in
auto accident at "death turn," near
Police holding 4 as pickpockets. 6
men robbed on cars.
Indiana av. car jumped track on
Wabash av. hear Washington. Pas
Police ordered to arrest child ped
dlers on streets after 8 o'clock.
Street car men received first raise
in pay Monday.
Philip Burns, 4863 Wabash av.,
went swimming Sunday night Could
not find clothes. Found police drag
ging lake for body Wouldn't say
how he got home.
Six slightly injured when auto
truck struck obstruction at 71st and
Mrs. Fred Busse, fighting for $50,
000 Waukegan farm which she
claims was bought by husband. Says