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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:37; sunset, 4:32.
Homes burglarized last night: W. A.
Lampson, 4130 Grand-blvd., $593; J.
H." Rising, 6138 Langley&v., $300; P.
W. Zeddies, 4334 Drexel av., $800.
Most all loot silverware.
Plea of hunger for snatching hand
bag of girl failed to move Judge Ma
honey. Edw. Lowel, negro, given 6
months and $100 fine.
Coroner's jury decided Policeman
J. P. Furlong, 3302 Archer av., Deer
ing station, died of natural causes,
not from attack of crooks, as first be
lieved. 12 chickens feathered 3 ducks
and 2 geese produced as evidence
against Vincent Vaherty, 9237 Dob
son av., charged in Hyde Park court
with theft of fowls. Fined $5. Some
of fowls still unclaimed.
"This will kill my sick wife," Louie
Pearson, 2032 Washington blvd., told
Judge Heap when Policewoman Ma
rion Wightman brought him in and
said he took her hand and patted it
at movie show.
Posing as telephone collectors, one
carrying grip that collectors carry,
two men gained entrance to Mrs.
Elizabeth Burkhart's home, 1511 N.
Fairfield av. Got $108 in diamonds.
Home of Mrs. Ely Layton, 1400
Belle Plain, robbed of cut glass and
silver worth $169. Burglar entered
Empty boiler of steam heating
plant at 4024 Clarendon av., exploded.
None hurt Big damage.
Frank Smith, 1624 S. Campbell av.,
and John Reilly, 357 W. Huron, ar
rested in raid on office at Washington
and La Salle. Gambling suspected.
Mills Novelty Co. made defendant
in $100,000 suit of Industrial Novelty
Co. Unfair competition charged.
Mrs. Harry Hull arrested when she
attempted to smuggle dope to hus
band in Wheaton jail.
Congressman Sabath and Dis't
Att'y Clyne conferred. Trying to re
lieve crowded condition- of courts. .
Abraham Rosenberg sued for di
vorce. Wife says he, washed hands
in cantaloupe juice and puddings.
Saloon licenses to date total, 6,335.
Expect to reach usual number, 7,150
within two weeks.
Two contracts awarding $1,500,
000 work on Sag canal voted favor
ably on by sanitary district board.
Second Regiment U. S. Army field'
and hospital corps to get loving cup
and medal for record-breaking 225
Police statistical bureau reported
34 less robberies and 11 less burglar
ies during October than previous
Two kids playing war. Gun was
loaded. Bullet went through arm,
Benj. Przyblski, 10, 1044 W. 34th pi.
All clothes of Miss Evan Don, 18,
1609 S. Sawyer, stolen from iocker
while she was taking bath at West
Park No. 2. Borrowed enough clothes
from friends to get home.
J. B. Wilson, Indiana, Pa., and cab
aret singer of Burton hotel cafe,'' 505
S. 4th av., arrested in Grand Central
station. Says he threatened her, so
she promised to go to Omaha with
Y. W. C. A. approves plans for $63,- -000
building, Ashland and Monroe.
Miss Frances Kelley quit class atv
Art institute because her beauty
brought her unwanted attentions;
from men classmates.
The rookies who graduated at the"
Ft Sheridan civilian military train
ing camp have joined new machine
gun troop of First Cavalry. ;
R. E. Loop, hardware merchant, -233
E. 39th, accused by wife in di-,
vorce bill of beating her after she J
worked early and late in his store. ;
Four lads ran away from Guardian
Angel asylum, 2001 Devon, and de
cided to be lake pirates. Rescued off
Argyle st just as their little sail boat
Fred Janke, 1246 W. Jackson blvd.,u
stabbed in front of 1224 W. Adams,3-