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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:07; sunset, 4:19.
Cold and snow coming from Colo
rado. S. M. Rothschild,sued for $5,000 by
Franz Radke, who says he bought
business called 'Pastor Kneipp's
water cure" and then found federal
officials were after it for postal law
John Ladle, 9, got $10,000 verdict
against city. Fell through defective
fence on vacant lot and fractured
Following $100 fine for violation of
new seamen's law, Chicago fireboats
will install double platoon system.
Coroner's jury orders examination
of sanity Mrs. Anna Heubaum, 3622
S. Robey, who sent husbanfl on er
rand, telephoned pastor and turned
on gas. She and three children found
unconscious. JaDy aiea.
Judge Kersten annulled marriage
Mrs. Edith Smith, 2065 Ogden av.,
who said Harry Ley drugged her,
then told her she was married to him.
Earl McGann given two years at
Leavenworth prison for stealing mail
from Hyde Park boxes.
Thos. Bowers and Mrs. Nina El
liott fined $100 each and Bowers giv
en six months. Alleged to have been
living together at 6233 Langley av.
Northwestern faculty vetoed elec
tion of staff of Syllabus, a student
paper. Candidates absent from
Weeds on Skokie marsh,""GIencoe,
burned last night, alarming residents
of North Shore towns.
Three auto bandits robbed woman
owner of grocery at 2633 Thomas st.
Fred Schaffer and Felix Umbach
suffered broken legs. Struck by auto
at Sangamon and Madison.
Mrs. Josephine Lawrence, head of
social service dep't, urges state mat
Executive board of United Societies
accuse mayor of playing favorites in
enforcing Sunday closing order. ,
Geo. Callaghan, 5843 Ravenswood
av fireman, died result of burns re
ceived while tendingheating plant
Police held auction sale of captur
ed plunder for whom owners could
not be found.
Indictment of Mrs. Geo. Wellington
Streeter for assault with deadly
weapon sought before grand jury.
Alleged to have shot Serg't Dudmore
during raid on Streeterville.
Burglars got $700 silverware, home
Mrs. Milo Matteson, 2616 Lake View
Mrs. Margaret Scott, 5347 W. Mon
roe, slipped entering Schiller bldg.
Fractured skull. Passing priest at
tended her. Died on way to hospital.
Five boys in black limousine with
white wire wheels robbed two West
Side stores. Got $22 and boxes of
Judge Trude advocated farm where
defective boys could learn trade in
talk to South Side Business Men's
Rotary club members get barrel
full of money to provide Xmas din
ners for the poor.
W. L. Bodine, sup't of compulsory
education, to help citizens who have
protests against saloons near schools.
Ass't State's Att'y Frank Johnson,
Jr., beginning closing argument
against Capt Halpin in bribery trial.
'Veronica Kelly, 11, screamed and
frightened off Englewood prowler
who attempted to attack her.
Policewoman Van Amberg tried to
arrest man in La Salle st station. He
knocked her down stairs and es
caped. Police asked to look for Hans, Ger
man police dog, owned by Geo. Voeh
lant, 3178 Broadway.
Chief Healey ordered four tempo
rary captains back to acting cap
tain's rank. They now get lieuten
Committee of five appointed by the
First Baptist church to discuss mer
ger with Immanuel church and the
building of $1,000,000 skyscraper.