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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:05; sunset, 4:19.
F. S. Schute, 60, 155 W. Ontario,
found dead of heart disease.
John Machneck accidentally shot
in saloon, 220 W. Oak, while two
strangers were handling gun.
Firing shot in floor to frighten the
owner and six customers, two rob
bers rifled cash registers in Prank
Kiaak's saloon, 2658 Evergreen av.
Anthony, giraffe, is dead ai. Lin
coln park zoo. With his mate, Cleo
,'.patra, he was given to the .zoo by
'Mrs. Mollie Neuberger, "proprietor of
the Boston store.
A. C. Raithel, III. Athletic club
swimmer, arrested, charged with
wife abandonment, as he was about
to leave for swimming meet in Hon
olulu. Secret bride of four months
swore warrant because she feared
something might happen to him on
F. R. Fuller, vice pres. Fuller &
Morrison Wholesale Drug Co., died
while seated at diningroom table.
Members of family will get $1,000,
000 estate of late W. P. Rend, coal
Chicago Normal school held big re
union last night in honor of Mrs.
Ella Flagg Young, once principal
Mrs. Cecil M. Sitts asks annulment
of marriage to Lewis S. Sitts, nephew
of Aid. Sitts.
Mortimer Cohen, artist, 3656 Bos
worth av., arrested, charged with de
stroying pictures and cuts of Adver
tirers' Cut Service.
Louis Friedman suing Schrieber
Bros. Co. for $10,000. Malicious
prosecution ' alleged. Arrested for
stealing money. Found not guilty.
Noel Kinnaman, owner commercial
school in Ashland block, fined $25.
Hugged a girl pupil.
Dozen prominent men spoke in
Judge Theodore Brentano's court.
Celebrating 25th anniversary of his
entry into superior court
Police order in loop caused all slot
machines to be put out of use. Rea
Evanston petitioned school board
to delay action on proposed new
$500,000 high school.
Thief got $5 in pennies from poor
box of St Mary's church, 1021 Lake
Bartholomew Heffernon, member
engine company 32, arrested on
charges of Marie Harrison, 909 N.
Cap't Westbrook, Maxwell st-station,
asked permission to oust ped
dlers on Jefferson between Maxwell
Lora Weir, domestic at 4838 Calu
met, told police she was attacked and
struck unconscious by negro who
caught her in basement
Judge C. A. McDonald elected
chief justice to succeed Judge Bren-
tano in superior court.
Charles Ellis sentenced to hour's
imprisonment by Judge Landis for
violation of drug act In jail three
months awaiting trial.
Mrs. Elizabeth Erwood started
friendly suit to disinherit daughter.
Case wil clear up husband's will.
James McKeag suing Percy Coffin,
pres. civil service com'n, for $10,000.
Libelous statements alleged.
Chief Healey honored Policemen
J. C. Burke and Jas. P. Mitchell, who
caught negroes in gun fight Mitch
Ceo. H. Giroux, alias Comte De Vil
liers, freed on $40 bum check charge.
Mohmed Alemallah, Indian prince,
swindled of $700 on fake horse rac
ing game, Jackson park.
Pres. Peter Reinberg used "econ
omy" as the watchword of his an
nual message to the county board.
New giant ice breaker, Nevada, of
Goodrich lines, due in Chicago today
from Manitowoc ship yards.
Olivet institute, 1500 Hudson av.,
reports very few requests for food,