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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:47; sunset, 5:32.
Bettie Wilbertto receive $15,000 in
heritance today. Also inherited three
Health dep't established zone of
quiet about home of William Moxley,
1419 Congress "st. His son-in-law,
John Dadie, is ilL
Mrs. Edna Conroy, 2452 Seminary
av., pushed baby buggy out of way
when runaway ran her down. BadlJ
Mrs. Mabel Delmont, 58, 14 E. 13th,
skull fractured. Struck by car.
Mrs. Margaret Beel suing owners
and operators of Eastland for .$10,
000. Husband drowned.
Judge Dever hearing arguments for
new trial for Cap't Storen and Detec
tive Weisbaum, convicted of conspir
acy. Federal grand jury to finish second
Eastland probe today. Indictments
to be returned at end of week.
Sen. Baldwin of senate school prob
ing committee to give up offices in
Hotel La Salle this week. Probe not
over, he says.
Case of B. S. Barnard continued by
U. S. Com'r Foote. Charged with
using mails to defraud. Is a junkman.
Mayor Thompson and wife to se
lect girl who will portray Miss Chi
cago in tableau which will open Dixie
Special committee of county board
which visited eastern hospitals made
recommendations on building$l,000,
000 addition to County hospital. Want
to start dairy.
Police looking for Eva Lambert,
who formerly lived at 1839 W. Chi
cago av. Brother is dying in N. Y.
Somebody stole $6,000 auto of
Frank Logan, Board of Trade mem
ber. Chris Susol, 56 W. 68th, asked po
lice dep't to look for goat stolen from
Frank Conover, 3359 Flournoy, re
arrested for. con game after he had
forfeited bonds. Went to Milwaukee.
Edward Butler wants circuit court
to compel civil service commission to
bring into courts records of charges
which caused his discharge from po
John Reed, att'y for state factory
inspection service, presented with a
diamond ring by HI. Prosecutors'
Two Alfred Williams in jail for con
game. Yesterday one got bonds.
Both brought into court to settle
Judge Foell issued writ of habeas
corpus to Mrs. Fannie Conrad, who
wants her two children kidnapped by
Geo. Jake, employe in restaurant at
31 E. Monroe, had hands badly bruis
ed when they were caught in door on
Mounted police galloped through
loop yesterday after pickpockets.
Max Fleischer, 3559 W. 15th, held.
Other escaped in 1st Nat'l Bank bldg.
Police to drag lake at 12th st this
morning in search for body of John
Breen, laborer employed making ex
tension for new Field museum.
Night watchman on Chicago Belt
Line fired at freight car thief. Nearly
hit Mrs. Mary Zemke, 10121 Escana
ba, who was in kitchen of home.
Mary Robinson, 1602 E. 55th, got
replevin writ to get back cannon
shells from saloonkeeper her father
gave them to. Given her by friend.
Police looking for Thomas and Otis
Carr, 11 and 7 years old, who disap
peared on way to school.
Joe Skiz, 8241 Coles av., fined $200
for getting gay with mother-in-law.
Noel Seeburg, student, arrested for
speeding to school on motorcycle.
Curtis Baldwin yesterday got baby
son from Wm. Stone. Wife had given
son to doctor and told husband it was,
dead. He didn't learn truth until later.
Mrs. Anna Larson, 6101 S. Morgan,
told judge how she fought off hus-