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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:45; sunset, 5:36.
Sheridan road between Evanston
and Wilmette will be pav6d. Stretch
now called "hump the bumps."
Chicago Telephone, installed ex
. tra telephone in mayor&-omce. It's
the 400,000th phone.
Christ's life in motion pictures will
be shown to the congregation of the
It . First, Conereeational church of Ev-
' Four men may be arrested as the
1 outcome of the first which destroyed
Police arrest two for stealing films
from World Film Corp., 207 S. Wa
i Two men frightened away from
i home Of Mrs. Edward Bagley, 813
Buena pi., by maid. Believed to be
' Mrs. Stephen Malato, wife of for
mer ass't state's att'y, injured when
her auto collided with another ma
chine on Sheridan road.
R. G. Ingersoll, 4415 N. Paulina,
' real estate broker, arrested for em-
(bezzlement by client
Lucius Hennett's six lawyers failed
to convince judge he should stay in
U Chicago. Wanted in Sardis, Miss.,
for murder. Afraid he'll be lynched,
"Pinwheel" Murphy, who spins
around begging on his wooden leg,
Dis't Att'y Clyne wants 200 bottles
of Russian vodka, made in Brooklyn,
1 . destroyed.
Judge Baldwin enjoined John Ker-
1 ' win, Alva hotel, 512 S. State, from
i operating hotel for improper pur-
j poses. Petition filed by property's
, Frederick Von Voorst arrested in
' Ft Dearborn hotel for passing bad
checks. Had blanks on him.
Mrs. Louise Madden, 7143 Con
i stance av., fined $1 for not keeping
chickens in yard.
City to sue Chicago Surface Linen
for ?50,000 for failure to obey coun
Ass't Corp. Counsel Reker to draft
ordinance compelling public service
companies to furnish employes with
"definite and positive" identification
because Mrs. Nellie Grace, 7052 S.
Winchester av., was robbed by "gas
Chas. and Albert Natalby fined $300
for contempt for selling more than
one kind of beer in their restaurant,
violating an agreement
Mrs. Mattie Davis, colored, 3823 S
State, put under peace bonds when
she threatened her white neighbors.
Burglars almost got away with
jewelry and silverware worth $300
when they entered home of G. J.
Wodden, 4944 Grand blvi Fright
Morris "Freckles" Richman, 18,
missing with $196 from Edelheimer
& Stein Clothing Co, Was bank mes
senger. West Side parks to be closed to
spoonere after 10 p. m.
Police looking for Geo. Brady,
salesman, missing from Evanston
home since Sept 8.
Edward Dorband, first man arrest
ed for violating Evanston's anti-spitting
High school board of Evanston to
hold meeting NJv. 6 to vote on site
of new high school and vote on bond
Policeman Pat Ryan saw flames on
second floor of 1700 Spring st Res
cued John Reinart, 3 years old, who
was playing with blazing curtain.
Manoaro Conselli played his hand
organ outside of Maxwell st police
station to show appreciation for its
recovery by police. Woke up re
serves, who threw shoes at him.
Andrew Hondo sent to jail for 15
days for breaking window in res
taurant. Theodore Peterson, 2844 N. Spauld
inrr av jJesd Took poison yester
Mrs, Edna Crom, 5000 Calumet av.,
had Howard McAllister, barber, 342