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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:15; sunset, 4:22.
State's Att'y Hoyne confined to
home by illness.
Mrs. Lillian Keating, 5702 Car
penter, whose flat was raided by rev
enue agents, charged with violation
of Harrison anti-drug law.
Ignatius Murphy, 15, boy accused
of conspiring to kill benefactress,
Mrs. Jane Riordan, to get $35, sent
to St Charles reformatory.
Timothy Regan, 4911 Lowe av.,
city employe, killed by switch engine.
Julia Burdick, 1022 E. 75th, indict
ed on charge of burning flat building
Miss Gladys Campbell, 906 E. 56th,
arraigned in Hyde Park court, fol
lowing charge of J. F. Miller, Grand
Rapids, that she got three diamonds,
value $1,800, after promising to
W. F. Foeh ringer appointed sup't
county bureau of public welfare, suc
ceeding Miss Amelia Sears, now sup't
of Juvenile Protective ass'n.
Mrs. Rose Richardson says hus
band, Wm. A., tried to bite off her
thumb. Wants divorce.
Corp. Counsel Ettelson ruled star
constituted uniform of policeman.
Plain-clothes detectives will no
longer have to pay street car fare,
saving city $50,000 a year.
Runaway street car hit auto, auto
hit wagon, wagon thrown against
vehicle driven by Angelus Spane,
1315 W. Congress. Spane thrown to
When woman screamed that man
was annoying her, Adolph Seidner,
1506 S. Trumbull av., nearly mobbed.
Says woman grabbed his hand in ex
citement over picture.
Edw. Emlot found dead in gas-filled
room in barber shop, rear 4958
21,000 cigars stolen enroute to Na
tional Cigar Stands Co., 1416 W. 37th,
recovered by Det Serg'ts Rohrhoff
and Sullivan, who found men ped
dling them. Men fled.
Lew Beck, stage manager Lincoln
hippodrome, arraigned on charge of
Miss Peggy Silverton, vaudeville per
former, who says he took her to small
room and tried to attack her. Beck's
witnesses denied charge.
Chas. Bentzen and P. T. Navin, En
gine Co. No. 43, overcome by smoke,
$50,000 fire, Western Bedding Co.,
1907 Milwaukee av.
Estimated 800 tons of mail passed
through postoffice yesterday, heavi
est day in history of office.
Lieut Larkin, detective bureau, ad
mits his men spied on wet parade and
took down names of marchers they
knew. Said he found printed blanks
and written request for work on his
Jasper Perry, 22, in on charge of"
attempt to murder, killed Frank Har
rod, short-time burglar, at Joliet pen,
last night, dashing brains out with
chair. Said Harrod was "stool
For fourth time Mrs. Carter H.
Harrison, wife of former mayor, de
nied daughter Edith is engaged. All
four tips given newspapers over tele
phone by unknown person.
County board vote to pay pension
ed mothers half their allowance be
Chief Healey will revoke permits of
street venders who are selling glass
Chas. C. Shepard, 1804 W. Monroe,
accused of passing $200 worth of
bogus checks. Was driver for Car
son, Pirie, Scott & Co.
French artist in Chicago says the
wounded at front are suffering for
lack of medical iodine.
John M. Studebaker gave son and
son-in-law each $200,000 worth of
real estate in Chicago and suburbs
for Christmas present
Recently robbed: C. A. Culp, 7643
Loke av., $30; H. J. Herr, 4501 Wal
lace, $60; Ed Schmidt, 1855 N. Keel
er av., $8; Jos. Denski, 2322 W. 23d