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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:37; sunset, 5:48.
Federal Judge Carpenter granted
brewers preliminary injunction com
pelling Rock Island to carry booze to
Iowa. Must deliverdirect to con
sumer. 5,300,000 worth of building permits
issued from Sept 1 to 18. More than
New York's and more than'last year.
Four new dances out Two called
the Alsace and Lorraine. Dancing
Mrs. W. a Freeman, 2118 N. Leam
ington av., left house while preparing
supper. Has not returned.
Patrolman Crozier called to 4201
Drake av. to kill wild cat It was a
skunk. Didn't return to station.
"Swell Janes" show swell duds in
Congress hotel. Fashion Art League
of America having Exposition of
No surplus doth on fall suits tor
men. Day of freaks and novelties
gone, says Chicago Society of Mer
M. Gulach sued Wayle Miller for
$22 for failing to provide godfather
feast as he had promised. Judge de
cided Austrian customs don't go here.
Anti-saloon league opened fight on
re-election of Congressman Mann.
Opposing candidate not picked yet
Corporation counsel ordered draft
of new ordinance for board of stand
ards and apportionment which was
vetoed by mayor because of defects.
Five patrolmen laid off a day be
cause of untidiness.
Judge Carpenter denied petition to
have Natalby's restaurant declared
Corporation counsel to hold meet
ing in office in effort to do away with
opposition to new bridge over river
at Franklin and Orleans st
"Whole world has gambling craze,"
said Judge Heap. Fined 2 men $1
nd discharged 5 others.
Chas. Czilonka, in whose room at
855 N. Clark, police found dynamite,
held to grand jury.
William Fortune, 559 Aldine av.,
met robber in doorway of home. $6.
Russell Pethick to be placed on
trial for murder of Mrs. Ella Copper
smith and 3-year-old son. State to
demand death penalty.
Ernest Williamson, 601 N. LaSalle,
discovered fire near home. Pulled fire
box and dropped unconscious from
heart disease. Serious. f
Mrs. Margaret Cunningham, 41 W.
60th, who has been arrested more
than 100 times, fined $50.
Morley Lane, Jr., 7, 4307 Oaken
wald av., took $4 and, after changing
it, started to throw it away. Taken
Joliet police trying to get to bot
tom of story of Esther Weinhoff, Chi
cago. Says sweetheart gave her
Cattle on farm of Howard Shaw,
architect, found Infected with hoof
and mouth disease. Epidemic also
spread to farm of E. R. Frost, Ever
ett Mrs. Mamie Maloney and Gene
vieve Gallagher discharged by Oak
Park justice. Lillian Bowman says
they gave her white sapphire in re
turn for $200 ring.
Elizabeth Hanson, nurse, 2924 Lex
ington, brought back from Milwau
kee. Passed bum checks.
Neil McDougal, tango devotee,
charged with stealing diamonds from
Mrs. Mercedes Fullenwerder, arrest
ed for similar offense in Kansas City.
To be held here.
Police say Edward Sheehan, 9323
Harper av., and three companions
held up saloon.
Thokla genrimo, 632 S. Hermitage
av., milliner, told police pocketbook
containing $600 in jewelry and money Jfl
was taken by thief at 12th and Tur
Mrs. Grace Smith, 710 Tripp av.,
found picture of girl in husband's
pockets. Granted divorce.
Mrs. Sarah Santag, 30 N- Sanga
mon, fined $300for pandering. Pearl