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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:14; sunset, 6:26.
Municipal board will begin tests of
lake boats tomorrow. Graham &
Morton boats first
State Representative Harry Ham
lin appointed ass't corporation coun-
sel by mayor.
Nicholas Michaels appointed ass't
state's att'y. Handling so-called
, labor slugging cases.
People alarmed when snake crawl
ed from fern in Geo. Propp's florist
shop, corridor of Stewart bldg. Cap
tured. Walter Greenebaum, gen. mgr. In-
diana Trans. Co., gave $10,000 bonds.
Indicted for manslaughter in connec
tion with Eastland disaster.
Warrants for deportation of 20 So-
- malis, held undesirable aliens, on way
, to Chicago from Wash. Being held
. pending removal.
Five men arrested for disturbing
religious services at Congress and
t State asked jury trial.
v Judge Gray fined Chas. Clark,
Cleveland "deaf and dumb and blind"
. man, $200. Was looking.
Michael Igoe and John Boddie ap
; pointed ass't dis't att'ys. Two more
to be appointed.
Chas. Tobin, hotelkeeper, 69 W.
. Ohio, discharged. Charged with
Oscar Hendrickson and wife fight
ing in court for possession of two
Frank Pierson, 1421 E. Marquette
rd., wants divorce. Statutory
Mrs. Geo. Miller, 5417 Drexel
blvd., wants injunction restraining
, husband from annoying her. Also
,-wants divorce. Cruelty.
. William Wallace, druggist, 3859 S.
-State, arrested for refusing to allow
federal officers to see prescription
Buildings and fancy cattle of Her
bert Crane, St Charles, burned. Loss,
$200,000. Had been fired 3 times in
Policeman Geo. Gurney, 50th st
station, dragged 50 feet and badly
bruised in stopping runaway.
Fire att'y probing blaze which par
tially destroyed 2 cottages at May
and 100th sts.
Mayor cancelled dozen bar and
pool room licenses.
B. F. Henriquez, ad man, 5501 Lex
ington, and wife, became reconciled
in Judge Gray's court Had argued
over attentions of Charley Dawes,
2224 W. Harrison.
Health Commissioner Robertson
now favors municipal operation of all
Fear of coming blindness prompted
Miss Adelaide Morton, 1944 N. Park
av., to suicide. Gas.
Benj. Carona, 4922 Federal, arrest
ed on disorderly charge when he tried
to collect $100 dower he says father
promised when he wedded 12 years
R. M. Logan, president Griffith
State bank, has disappeared. Had
cashed bank check for $1,000.
Police raided New London hotel,
516 S. State. Found women hidden
in secret vault. Mary Bursell fined
$200 as keeper.
Otto Brolund, 1825 Grand av., ar
rested in stolen auto.
Aldermen left on auto tour to De
troit to play ball game with city
ffosse scouring prairie for assail
ant of Delia Parker, 12, 6503 S. Fair
Loretta Abott, 1721 Nelson, told
judge Edw. O'Keefe was willing to
wed her till it turned out to be twins.
Then he renigged. Judge told him
he'd have to pay $550 for each. He
hurried for a license.
Clinton White, "L" guard, died on
Clinton st station from lung hem
Chas. Ducke, 4325 N. Moritice
av., killed by 12th ct car.
Vernon Brown and Louis Ka
254 W. 31st, sentenced to 20 ye