NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:56; sunset, 5:19.
Thermometer expected to go be
low freezing today.
Joker put up"sign in Frank
Chiappe's saloon, 6458 S. Halsted sL,
announcing lie would be open Sun
day. Licenses of one saloon and three
poolrooms revoked by Chief Healey
on blanks mayor signed.
Edith Porter, wife of Chicago att'y
and sister of Geo. Lorimer, editor of
Saturday Evening Post, died in Elm
Helen Fronhagen, 17, 6332 S.
Laflin, attacked by man with black
mask in alley at 64th and Ashland.
Special appropriation of $1,000,000
to be asked from legislature to repay
farmers whose cows were slaught
ered for hoof and mouth disease.
Sprague Rockwood granted a di
vorce. Said wife poked him with hat
pin in London theater.
Max Palenske, former ass't cashier
of Drovers' Nat'l hank, sentenced to
five years in jail for misapplication
of bank funds.
Ass't Sheriff Spankuch denies that
employes in sheriff's office were being
assessed for star.
Schulte Cigar Stores Co. anndunce
they intend to open 20 new stores in
Chicago loop. Have 46 in N. Y.
Carl Bensen suing Dr. Crosbie
Davis for alleged negligence in treat
ing tooth. Wants $25,000.
J. F. Higman, Memphis, Tenn.,
sued for $40,000 . for hitting airs.
Manis Nass and her three children
Twenty battalion chiefs took civil
service examination for 6th ass't fire
Superior and circuit court judges
appointed committee of four to hold
examination for adult probation
"No bill" returned by federal grand
jury against Jacquez Mendoza, al
leged Spanish nobleman, accused of
violating Mann act.
Hilda Sjalin, 1701 Foster av., faint
ed in alley at 3100 Sheffield av. Re
vived at Columbus hospital.
Five overcoats stolen from door of
Adam Trembaz's furnishing store,
274 W. 22d.
Att'y E. A. Jones charged with
offering Albert Lambercier $300 to
drop prosecution in case. )'
Christ Salomy, waiter, 2403 S.
State, who received bravery medal in
Balkan war, held up hands when rob
bers paid him visit
Mrs. John E. Wayman, wife of for- '
mer state's att'y, paid $171,040 in
fees due husband.
Parents of Coben Jaye, Hindu
Northwestern "U" student, predicted
he would come to bad end when'he
turned Christian. Yesterday pleaded
guilty to stealing rings.
Judge Sabath in speeders' court
says fines do not stop speeders. Will
try honor system.
Henry Finley, negro, sentenced to
life imprisonment for murder of A.
Peter Zegers, 71, fined $200 for
begging and selling pamphlets. Owns
$40,000 worth of property!
Joseph Mohr and two wives locked
up in West Chicago av. station on one
ot wives' mother's complaint. "We
got along fine," says Mohr.
Circuit Court Judge Gibbons to
hear city's petition to impound $10,
000,000 of gas company next Mon
day. City says rates are too high.
Members of council to object to
naming new $4,000,000 municipal
pier after James A. Pugh, friend of
Fort Sheridan rookies will drill and
maneuver in Grant park next Thurs- O)
Cafes may sell soft drinks on Sun
day providing the saloons are closed, '
says Chief Healey.
Chicago "drys" to parade today on
Circuit Judge Walker to hear today
mandamus -writ city asks against the
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