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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:24; sunset, 6:10.
F. D. Tellin says wife tried to mas
' sacre him with butcher knife. Suing
Teachers say-war has made more
' pupils want to study languages
- Police looking for 2 boys wjfijttole
auto of William Schuchar4BM9
1 Lunt av. 'Kr
Peter Krakowski, arrestetfafter
" Beatrice Byron was found drugged
in home, 2339 W. 21st, held for trial.
. Ben Bertseirt, 1137 S. Francisco
av., arrested for collecting $15 on
promise of job.
Mayor appointed 3 men as real es
1 tate experts for board of local im-
" Stabley Salty, 819 Lessing, fined
$50 for annoying girl.
John Kita, Northwestern "L" re-
pairman, found dead near third rail.
" Sam Levine, Max Rosenblaum's
clerk at 1284 Milwaukee av., fined
1 $10 for running customers Into store.
- Chas. Leggett, Evanston chief of
police, presented with latest in re
volvers by friends. Chief Healey
T' made speech.
- David Van Boven, 1207 N. Central
av., fined $50 in Oak Park for selling
'r bottled beer without license.
Harris Pye and Marshall Cotter,
1041 Osgood, arrested in Evanston
Sewerage system at Oak Forest is
V firmary to be inspected tomorrow by
- county commissioners.
Mrs. Fred Evans wants separate
r maintenance from husband. Says he
'"always wanted to argue and when
she wouldn't he'd knock her down.
Russell Pethrick, murderer of Mrs.
' Ella Coppersmith and son, to be tried
I'" Al Pfingst fined $10 for stealing
c woman's pocketbook. Ran into
hom'e of detective fleeing from mob.
Robt. Star. 908 W. 38th. held to
1 grand jury in connection with rob-
bery of branch office of Schlitz Brew
ery at 5959 Lowe av. .
Mrs. Loretta Newcastle, Atlanta,
Ga., says irresistable impulse made
her steal. Recently ill. Discharged.
Mayor Thompson met by delega
tion of 20 firemen who asked him to
have civil service call examination
for lieutenants. To hold one in Oc
tober. Sylvia Baskind, 4, 1206 W. Chicago
av., played with matches. Badly (i
Home of Chas. Stillman, 4544
Greenwood av., $1,500 in clothing
and jewels taken.
Judge Flanagan hearing complaints
against night work in Stromberg
Motor Service Co.'s plant, 64 E. 25th.
Too much noise.
Two more suspects arrested and
released by police who are" still
searching for slayers of Helen Pet
ruska, girl found dead in swamp.
Three horses in fire department 10
years to be sold when motor truck is
Installed at Truck Co. No. 7.
25 young men of Highlanl Park ap
vlied for admittance to municipal rifle
Sup't Young asked school manage
ment committee to open night
schools on Oct 12.
When Harry Poots announced that
he thought he would marry Mary
Murphy, 2117 W. Jackson she an
nounced intention of entering con
vent Mrs. Henry Roche, 313 E. 60th, at
tacked man who partly identified son
as one of pair of bandits who held
him up. Roche proved alibi.
Emery Motor Livery Co. slashed
rates below those established by the
council. First mile 40 cents, addi
tional half mile 10 cents.
Eugene Lies, $5,000 a year mg'r of
the United Charities, back from va
cation. Chicago Plan commissioners met'
Mayor Thompson in office to discuss
federal move for new postoffice.
Orders'may be issued telling farm
ers and stock raisers to keep herd?