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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7i02; sunset, 4:19.
Judge Olson shifted judges again.
Fifty Chicagoans. to go to Wash
ington to bring back Democratic
Judge Sabath fined Dave Bieblock
$200 for driving car while drunk.
Barn fire bug thought responsible
for fire on South. Side this morning.
Families driven to street.
No one accepted invitations to ap
pear before council body probing
liquor traffic. Drys spurn them. Call
it whitewash commission.
Toes on both feet of Paul Munger,
9926 Ave. M, crushed by locomotive.
Parents of Anna Miczeshka, 9, 2340
High, placed on probation for beating
Police recovered $1,500 worth of
furs stolen from Jacob Lundy's store,
1427 S. Halsted.
H. C. Van Dom, 1133 Railway Ex
change, reported his pocket picked
Mrs. Anna Wallace, 504 Cass, part
ly undressed at State and Lake.
Traffic blocked until police took her
to police station.
Time allowed for filing claims
against Eastland extended-by Judge
Landis to Feb. 4.
Three men arrested after breaking
into egg store, Flieshman & Co., 944
$10,000 suit filed against Kedzie Av.
State bank by J. G. Wunch, who says
bank forced him into bankruptcy on
Jerry, dog of Albert Ruraj, 3662 S.
Ashland av., sentenced to paund for
15 days till seen if man he bit de
velops rabies. '
A. H. Newton, vice pres. First Na
tional bank, swore out warrant for
arrest of G. H. Boyd, vice pres. Phee
Construction Co., who is missing.
$25,000 at issue.
D. L. Blecock, 3722 Prairie av.,
fined $200 for driving auto when in
toxicated. "Wish I could give jail
sentence," said Judge Sabath,
' A. B. McCord, 121 Wesley av., Oak
Park, inventor gasoline engine, ar
raigned on $1,500 confidence game
Mrs. Russell Burnett, 7133 S.
Peoria, fired two shots at burglar.
Got away with $39.
Police looking for jewels of Mrs.
Mercedes Mehaffey, who died mys
teriously in Palos hotel.
Wilder Co. will not build tannery
adjacent to naval training station.
Will be erected in Waukegan.
Robbed last night: F. H. Rosen
baum, 65 E. 57th, $150; Mrs. Mary
Gluck, 114 E. 41st, $275 in valuables;
L. Louis, 5339 Indiana av., $100.
Wm. Fanning, counterfeiter extra
ordinary, sent to jail for 5 years.
Made bogus money orders. Cashed
Four mail order houses in confer
ence with state pharmacy board. Un
intentionally violated state law.
Jas. Little, grocery clerk, 3249 War
ren av., killed by auto of Dr. Gertrude
Thompson. Doctor held.
Open verdict returned by coroner's
jury in case of Mrs. Crystal Thomp
son, 2532 Lexington. Died of poison.
Husband accused by sisters-m-law.
Edward Speerosky, 9, 1421 Garfield
av., killed by auto of David Bjork.
Bjork arrested. '
Mrs. Young will not take pension
when she retires. Feels that fund
belongs to teachers because their sal
aries are so small
Warden Zimmer, Joliet pen, to do
away with "honor system." Merit
rule will rule.
November grand jury recommend
ed sterilization of all criminals, es
pecially sex cases.
Chi. delegation to Ford peace ship
left for New York. Jane Addams not
X-ray pictures being taken of Miss
Jane Addams to see if operation will
Pat Devanev. 1523 Devon av.. found
wife and two children overcome-by;