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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:54; sunset, 4:21.
Frank Riawikowski fell and broke
collar bone working on municipal
wood pile. County hospital.
Dr. Harry Haiselden, who stirred
country by decision in defective baby
case, left for east to study others.
Joseph Faurot, inspector com
mander of New York Police dep't, in
Chicago inspecting psychopathic la
Police looking for men who beat up
Hymen Budln, 1215 S. Morgan. Has
Henry Carroll, deputy sheriff and
one time boss of 1st ward, dropped
dead in S. Clark st car. Heart dis
ease. Boy born to Mrs. Elsi Kearney,
2616 Orchard, in police ambulance.
Vincent Warner, 2-year-old baby
over which mother and foster mother
are fighting, being cared for by pro
Northwestern "U" and Garrett Bib
lical In., to start campaign to collect
Arthur Waters, 2222 Indiana av.,
finpri $200 and sentenced to 6 months
in jail by Judge Sabath for driving
car while intoxicated.
Leroy Jannes, Drexel Livery Co.
chauffeur, saved lives of three girls
when he drove auto into street car.
Ex-Senator Burton spoke before
Western Economic society on pros
perity. Refused to discuss natl poli
tics. Prehistoric reptile, dug up in Texas
last summer, placed in Chicago U.
Mrs. John Love wants divorce.
Says love for Love is dead.
Judge Scanlan told Lawndale club
about need for preparedness.
Ammonia pipe burst in William
Walker fish house at 110 W. South
Water. Hundreds imperiled by fumes.
Teachers' pension and retirement
fund left $6,000 by will of Lizzie
Smith, former teacher in Wendell
Phillips high schooL
Eight-foot python seen in base
ment of Auto club. Hiding in ceiling.
Supposed to have escaped from dime
Safeblowers failed to open safe in
Schulz Bros. & Co., 2024 Milwaukee.
C. A. Etinger, 708 N. La Salle, told
police either lost or robbed of $110.
Postmaster received $1,414,081 0
draft to redeem money orders. Lar
gest yet received. ,
John Mosna, 52, 2836 S. Troy, sui
cide. Rope. Lost Tvlfe and two chil
dren on Eastland.
Man representing self as phone col
lector attacked and beatIrs. Alice
McCormick, 6203 Princeton av.
Nellie Shannon, 23 years nurse at
County hospital, found she was not
U. S. citizen yesterday. Took out
first papers. Came here young.
Thought she was citizen.
Quack opticians to be driven from
state by new law.
Helen Gemmill, niece of municipal
judge, fined $5 for speeding in Evans
ton. Fred Krueger, motorcycle cop, sus
pended. Arrest of Father Quflle for
speeding alleged to be part cause.
Edna Enk, 18, 6150 & Rockwell,
knocked down by man who stole
.Robbers set fire to home of J. S.
McGuire, 6552 S. Peoria. Got $15
Mayor Thompson has proclaimed
health crusade day for Dec 10.
Police arrested two men charged
with trying to hold up restaurant at
539 Wells st
Josephine Swanson, 60, struck by ,
North av. car at Hoyne av. Badly
Ernest Brown, grocer, 5029 E. Ra
cine av., dead from gas. Has 4 cents.
From what we may glean from the
war correspondence, the allies are the
only folks in Europe who didn't know
many months ago just exactly what
was going to happen in the Balkans..