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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:16; sunset, 4:52.
Capt P. D. O'Brien, detective bu
reau, confined to liome by illness.
Widow and 3 children of W. H. Aid
rich to share estate.pf $400,000.
Bert Erbman, fur dealer, discharg
ed on charge of disorderly conduct
Rearrested. Charge running con
Adolph Johnson free from county
jail on habeas corpus "writ. In on
complaint that he had failed to pay
Two doctors arrested for flirting
cinvincd Judge Uhlir they mistook
girls for old acquaintances.
"Counterfeit inspectors" examined
$100-roll of G. C. Stewart, Bruns
wick, Ga. Reported it O. K. Stewart
later found $60 missing.
$13,000,000 securities, $250,000
cash and $2,000,000 bonds in safe
which was moved In city treasurer's
Frederick Field, 2978 Wabash av.,
shot ancLkilled in home by Walter
French in argument over his wife.
Mrs. Emma O'Brien, 15 N. Sheldon,
suing 3Irs. Anna Peterson, 5222 N.
Clark, $5,000, for alleged slander.
Mary Knode wants $20,000 from
Rogers Palace Laundry, Wilson and
Kenmore, for being hit by its auto.
Auto belonging to J. B. Burdette,
10244 Longwood dr., stolen.
Dan Maloney, 3964 Langley av.,
electrocuted by metal lamp post
License Frank Csontos, saloon
keeper 334 E. 115th, revoked for run
Saloon license L. McCallum, 316
John McBride, 929 Larrabeo, asked
police to drag river for wife. Said
she had left word she would suicide.
Later telephoned: "Don't bother, my
wife changed her mind and came
Mrs. Louise Basilo, 16, 718 Gulpin
DL, missing 5 days from husband and
Warned by phone, dozen police
went to office John Hardin & Co.,
4543 Cottage Grove av. Saw man
working at safe. With drawn revolv
ers they surrounded him. Was A. R.
Miller, manager of firm, working
Whole Evanston fire dep't respond
ed to series of alarms. Pound 6-year-old
boy sitting on top fire alarm box
industriously pulling alarm lever. Put
there by school boys.
John Patterson, 744 N. Ridgeland
av., Oak Park, contractor, arrested on
complaint of wife. Says he beat her.
Mrs. Telena Lolosynski, Evanston,
fined $25. Blind pig.
Eight inmates rooming house 20
N. Halsted locked up on suspicion of
harboring stolen goods.
Wm. Hand, 21, N. Ashland, fined
$25. Complaint of 3 little girls.
Mrs. Catherine Clark, 921 Wash
ington blvd., may die. Fell from 3d
floor porch. Skull fractured.
Lydia Frank, Maywood, wants di
vorce from Geo. Oberton, who,
though escaped from Joliet, married
her and was caught 3 days later. Is
back jn pen or life.
Chief Justice Burke, criminal court,
has begun war on professional bonds
men. Theater managers got chilly recep
tion when they visited council com
mittee to protest against anti-scalp-ing
ordinance which becomes effec
tive Jan. 1.
Dr. V. C. Baughn, Michigan univer
sity, says life span is growing long
er. May be some Methuselah ages
Swell "400" socletyt dancing school
begun in room where Sim Tuck
horn'B famed Olympia cafe, pride of
redlight levee, held forth.
First municipal psychopathic clinic
started at Iroquois hospital to take
care of mentally defective children
before they get into "court
Angelina Nicolos, 11, 1426 W.
Grand av., dead, result of being crim-