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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:19; sunset, 4:48.
Great Western Tailoring Co., 700
E. 44th, charged -with trying to take
400 suits from Stein shop, 179 N.
5th av. Needed iuitsto fill order on
which strike tied it up.
Genoa, III., police authorities aid
ed J. H. Garrett, wanted in Chicago
for swindling, to get away. Think
him fine man down there.
Mrs. Chas. G. Reiker charges her
attorney, Chas. E. Collins, conspired
with her husband to keep her from
getting rightful alimony.
More than double this year's ap
propriation wanted by board of elec
tion commissioners for next year.
Max Chelin, 2630 Hillock av., ex
onerated in death of John Drykacz,
3, same address, burned at bonfire
police said Chelin built
Chas. Liebshen, 8, 9950 Commer
cial av., dead. Nightgown caught
fire while lighting gas five weeks ago.
Miss- Vera Williams fined $1 for be
ing too insistent that Mrs. Erick
Johnson, 6606 Kimbark av., buy per
fume she was selling.
Anna Zippman McDermott filed
suit for separate maintenance .from
Aid. Frank McDermott, charging
Saloon license Jacob Sachs, 31 E.
Grand av. revoked. Capt O'Toole
and Det Serg't Geo. Cudmore deny
they received 100 graft protection
Julius Feltz, 5109 Lowe av., car re
pairer, killed by train.
Maurice Livingston, 1510 W. 12th,
held to grand jury; charge assault
with intent to kill. Wounded sweet
heart, Miss Rada Rose, when she re
fused to apologize for alleged insult
Wife of Tony May, professional
bondsman, wants divorce. Charges
' Rev. Martin- Luther Schaeffer, 4324
Vincennes av., paroled 6 months,
following charge of telling fortunes
at $1 per.
"In case of war Europe would not
attempt invasion of United States,"
said W. J. Calhoun, former minister
to China, in address last night
Ray Emery, 508 Aberdeen, lad who
pulled glass revolver on woman, fined
$10. "Only a joke," said boy.
Robt Lafferty, alias Edw. Kelly,
former National league ballplayer
who spent dollar Judge LaBuy gave
him for whisky instead of food, given
second chance and $5 by Judge La
Buy. Because of smallpox scare chilren
may not attend school in West Ham
mond unless vaccinated.
Ground broken for two new North
western university frat houses,
Wranglers' club and Sigma Uu.
Date of the trial of John J. Halpin,
indicted captain of police, will be set
today by Judge Baldwin. Halpin
charged with bribery and con game.
Amusements will be hit so hard by
Sunday closing that some may not
re-open next summer. '
Wets win big point. Corporation
Counsel Folsom says drinks bought
on Saturday may be served on Sun
day. 'JVIrs. Ella Flagg Young has headed
off movement of club women to in
duce her to reconsider her decision
"Down state Progressives will con
sider Aid. Merriam as candidate for
Miss Mary Shinn, 20, who regis
tered at Blackstone hotel under name
Patricia O'Hara and ordered two $5
meals, in St. Luke's hospital dying
from poison. Had 7 cents.
Cook county suing J. E. Wayman
estate for $40,000, salary paid Way
man while state's attorney. Action
followed order of court directing that
Wayman estate be paid office fees.
Sanitary board trustees strip Pres.
T. A. Smyth of all power except veto
Police told Italian commission mer-
chant S. Water' st to follow instruc-