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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:12; sunset, 4:20.
Mrs. Jeanette Kirby arrested at
Royal hotel Ranted in Terre Haute
for alleged desertion of son.
Judge Sullivan refused to issue in
junction to auctioneer -who wanted to
sell cheap jewelry.
Trial of Michael Morris, alleged to
have induced man to sue Judge Lan
dis, to begin next Monday.
Judge Foell dismissed suit for
mandamus wanted by "Birth of a
Nation." Suit begun in other court
to hurry matters.
Judge Carpenter to try dissolution
suit against Quaker Oats Co., alleged
a-ust, Feb. 28.
Sam Burnstein, jeweler, suing Ed
Walsh, newsboy, for $20,000. Says
he was called a liar.
John Andrew, poolroom owner, 52
E. Illinois, fined $25. Allowed minors
Father Stackable, pastor St Thom
, s Catholic church, bitten by dog.
Mrs. Mary Sheehan, 1028 W. 48th,
widowed mother of eight children,
dead. Heart disease.
Mrs. Mercedes Cook, Palos hotel,
didn't die of illegal operation. Heart
Two teamsters robbed of $34 in
Wacker & Birk, brewers, sued for
$10,000 by A. Simon. Reason un
known. Frank Andree, 14, pinched coming
out of coal hole. Ran away from
Coroner's jury probing death of
Att'y Gantwell, killed by train in
Windsor Park, asked city to pass or
dinance safeguarding crossings.
Mary Andel, domestic, 1927 Wash
ington blvd., badly burned. Kindling
fire in furnace.
Jas. Talcott, 73, retired policeman,
dropped dead in home at 3135 Colo
rado av. Heart disease.
Steamer Eastland to be sold at
auction Dec. 20. May he taken to the
Police took up collection to aid
Mrs. Elizabeth Becker, 1519 Frontier,
and her six hungry kin. Husband in
Bridewell for non-support.
Mrs. Louise Salisbury, 4247 W. Van
Buren, dropped dead. Heart disease.
Frank Cour, ass't agent of North
western rd. at Lake Forest, given job
by First Nat'l bank there for cour
tesy. Civil Service Com'r Geary dismiss
ed charges against incapacitated pa
trolman, Jas. Carey. Action slam at
Different waiters' organizations
hold mass meeting at 100 W. Wash
ington, to complete plans to fight
Drys in spring election.
New outbreak of hoof and mouth
disease reported near Libertyville.
Ed Fogg, 79, 9 W. Harrison, struck
by John R. Thompson auto at State
and Congress. Cut and bruised.
Inauguration of stop watch system
in west parks resulted in arrest of 30
Louis Weber gave a paroled con
vict a job. He disappeared Saturday.
So did $1,100.
Joe Medill Patterson-tore muscle in
thigh doing some stunts in cavalry
"The Republican," official paper of
administration, appeared in City Hall.
Mayor's council foes hit in para
graphs. Santa Maria, largest Columbus ca
raval, to return to Chicago next year.
Now at Westerly, R. I.
Lieut. John Tobin, last of indicted
police officials not tried, to be tried
after New Year.
Boy auto bandit told judge he
bought gun by maiL Federal au
Att'y Ed Jones sentenced to 18
mo. in jail for conspiring to induce
witnesses to leave jurisdiction of
"Educational creed of U.S. schools
and colleges selfish," Dr. Chas. Alex
ander to Union college alumnae at