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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:03; sunset, 5:09.
Investigator says III. State Training
School for Girls, Geneva, is not prop
erly protected from fire.
In attempt to break-grip of aMrconi
wireless trust Goodrich Co. will in
stall independent wireless equipment
on its lake boats.
Napoleon Hill, former president of
Betsy Ross Candy Co., has sued the
present officers of company for $50,
000, charging they tried to make
him sign away right to trade mark
by threatening his life.
Two men and two women caught
in raid on alleged opium joint, 3913
Money order record broken at Chi.
postoffice. More than $750,000 paid
out in one day.
Henceforth no cocktails or liquor
at Cook County Real Estate board
For first time in 9 years III. saloon
keeper, Frank Cech, admitted to cit
izenship. Nonobservance of Sunday
closing law previously barred bar
keeps from naturalization.
Use co-eds as decoys and you'll fill
the university chapels, urged Prof.
James, Northwestern U.
"Stay poor and you'll keep young,"
says Sam S. E. Greeley, 91, Winnetka.
Chicago Lying-in hospital will take
footprints of newly born babes so
there will be no chance of getting
Negro killed, several injured; brick
wall of building being torn down
1400 N. Western av. collapsed.
Mrs. Rose Montrone, 814 W. Ohio,
reported theft of $600 from trunk.
North end of state-aid road on
Milwaukee av, dedicated tomorrow.
Chas. Bordegon, 723 W. Congress
and John Cappala, 763 W. Van Buren,
interrupted by police in Ben Cohn's I
store, 435 S. Halsted.
State's Att'y Hoyne has found band
of 40 auto thieves who steal Chicago
cars and take them to Terre Haute,
lad.- Many arrests soon.
Anton Roman, 7743 S. Ada, dead.
Rock Island train.
Fred Cors, 19, pleaded guilty to
stealing $8,000 in jewels from home
of employer, Wm. N. Selig, movie
magnate. Pontiac reformatory.v
Mrs. Jeanette Michelson, 551 W.
32d, freed on charge of kidnapping
daughter, 14, who eloped with Louis
Martin, 8938 Cottage Grove av.
John Zagor pulled gun on robbers
who entered his bank, 2127 Archer
Stanilsaus Ptak, 4734 S. Hermitage
av., sentenced to three months. Must
give wife $100 because he beat son.
Federal authorities willing to grant
liquor license to Cap. Streeter, "Dis
trict of Lake Michigan."
"Responsibility for carrying mis
sionionary work to Christless coun
tries rests upon America," Harry A.
Wheeler, vice president Union Trust
Co., told convention Laymen's Mis
United Charities to plunge into an
other campaign to get fund to pay
salaries of its investigators and give
few dollars to poor.
Mrs. Birdie V. Witt says negro will
buy her bungalow on fashionable
Hyde Park blvd. Will sell, it is
claimed, to spite neighbor who built
fence at her kitchen window.
Jos. Mohr married second time
with consent of first wife. When all
were arrested wives insisted on oc
cupying same cell. Mohr sentenced
to six months.
G. H. Warner, 4334 W. 14th, charg
ed with forcing 14-year-old girl to
disrobe while he "investigated," after
telling mother he was United Chari
ties worker, given 6 months.
Mrs. G. A. Johnson, 1259 Shore av.,
reported to police suspicious men
were about place. Station promised
to send plainclothes men, but did not
Johnson apartment and one next
door rifled soon afterward.
John Fry and John Tuscovich, N.
Chicago policemen, discharged. Les-