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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:18; sunset, 4:50.
Carl Else, 10, 6946 Princeton av.,
hit by car at 69th and Princeton. Not
Building permits 4or $100,000 is
sued for erection of plant of Stand
ard Forging Co. in E. Chicago.
Eugene Murphy and George Kund
arrested for breaking into St Paul's
Lutheran church, Hammond.
Meinrad Mackler, 518 W. 56th, ar
raigned in court for alleged mistreat
ing of 8-year-old girL Denied charge.
Vera Williams arrested on com
plaint of Mrs. Eric Johnson, 6606
Kimbark av. Grew quarrelsome
when Mrs. Johnson refused to buy
Ira Boone, 6531 Cottage Grove av.,
arrested. Father says he hit him on
head with brick. Boone denies.
Pat McNamara, 3015 W. Ohio, ar
rested for breaking into dairy. Drank
cream. Released on probation.
Divorce and $1,500 alimony grant
ed Mrs. Nipta M. Fowler, 3033 N. Ked
zie av. Statutory charges.
Theodore Jalinskl, 75, 1320 W.
Augusta, fell down flight of stairs.
Fire destroyed building at 3181
Elston av., where Morris Kahn had
dry goods store. Fire att'y investi
gating. Russell Thompson, 3335 Flournoy,
sent to Bridewell for six months.
Stole stamps worth $1.
Unidentified man instantly killed
by freight train at Kenneth crossing
of Northwestern R. R.
Fred Sladk, chauffeur,. 211 Wood
St., arrested when found sleeping in
auto, freed. His own car. .
John Carroll, 3040 Lexington, and
John Anderson, 603 W. Ohio, arrested
for breaking into notion store.
Final hearing on in government's
anti-trust suit against Quaker Oats
- Joe Cunningham gave himself up
to sheriff of Hammond for $500 em-
izzlement committed 20 years ago.
Att'ys for Cook county filed $20,
427 claim against estate of late
State's Att'y J. E. Wayman for fees
Joseph Greenspahn, 1655 S. Ho
man av., found dead In bath tub. Gas
escaped from heater.
Force of deputy collectors from
office of collector of internal revenue
scouring loop seeking dodgers of in
Caleb Busick, real estate man of
Zion City, arrested for alleged for
gery. Dr. Rob't Cruise, 3327 W. Jackson
blvd., sued for $25,000. M. L. Adler,
same address, says he stole wife's
John Lambert, 10041 S. May, killed
by Rock Island passenger train.
Hans Marquis, 10124 Vincennes
av., killed when horse knocked him
from bicycle under wheels of passing
Mrs. Louise Sherman, 822 Web
ster av., burned while cooking in
OUGHT TO KEEP 'EM WARM
New York, Oct 28. Five million
yards of heavy woolen cloth, costing
$7,350,000 which, stretched end to
end, would extend nearly 3,000 miles,
has been purchased by Russian gov
ernment in this country. American
Woolen Company captured order,
said to be largest single cloth pur
chase ever made. Cloth Is ta be made
into 1,250,000 overcoats for czar's
armies and shipped to Archangel and
EASTLAND TO BE "WARSHIP"
Eastland hulk may be transferred
into lake war ship for use of Illinois
Naval reserves. Will soon be sold at
public auction to satisfy claims of
dredging company which raised it
after it toppled over in Chicago river.
TJ. S. government plans to buy it in,
remodel hull, fit it out with guns and
battleship complement and turn it
over to the reserves.