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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:14; sunset, 4:27.
Israel Lipman, saloonkeeper 758
W. North av., bankrupt Blames
Sunday closing. .
Frank Wolfe, Canton, III., did his
brother a favor by furnishing honey
s' moon flat Then he eloped with the
Coroner Hoffman says auto ex
haust gas is dangerous and fumes
from muffler should be let out of ga
rage by pipe.
Francis Herbert, Evanston, shot
bullet through head because he failed
to pass mid-winter examinations. Has
chance to live.
Dep't of public welfare has jobs for
Jas. Lewis gave everything he
stole to his wife. Arrested. Wife and
two babies gone to folks.
Parcel post packages handled in
Chicago would have filled 700 rail
way cars, according to experts. Han
dled largest mail in history of coun
try. Judge Uhlir, morals court, accept
ed offer of Woman's Bar ass'n to es
tablish defenders' ass'n for girls sim
ilar to boys' court
Police looking for unidentified man
who struck Fred Lathrop, found dead
on Canal "L" station Monday morn
ing. Two Canada residents want pass
ports. Both claim U. S. citizenship,
but can't prove it Afraid of British
Thos Flannigan, indicted as slug
ger with 53 others by Nov. grand
jury, arrested. Two others being
Comptroller Pike says he has sold
$2,400,000 worth of bonds since
Montgomery Ward mail bag which
disappeared, found under sidewalk
at 437 Orleans. Investigations begun.
Judge Sabath, speeders' court,
fined D. B. Kilbourn, Oak Park, $25
because he failed to tell truth. Said
he had never been arrested before.
J. H. Doherty, special policeman,
killed by Northwestern passenger
train in Jefferson Park.
Frank Gorie, 1618 W. Kinzie, sent
to county jail for 10 days for annoy
ing women in morals court
Louis Bockstahler, motorman, kill
ed when passenger and freight car
collided on Chicago & Interurban
Traction Co.'s line.
Eugene Forkin, indicted for rob
bery, captured when two detectives
chopped through roof of room.
Ceo. Fay, 17, looks like brother
wanted as robber suspect Arrested.
Freed by judge.
Two midwives in argument, so
Coroner Hoffman will have to decide
what caused death of Mrs. Theresa
Cerny, 2043 W. 52d.
Mayor revoked license of two
South Side saloons.
Hammond storekeepers being fool
ed by forged checks on a business
Grand jury considering case of
three firemen charged with trying to
bribe Aid. DePriest of Second ward.
Sales of Red Cross Christmas seals
greater than ever. $5,000 realized.
Lake Forest no longer waterless.
Ice jam at intake broken.
250,000 persons used west park
swimming pools last summer.
South Park board claims to have
increased pay of 65 per cent of em
ployes. Robt Bruce sent to Leavenworth '
for three years for writing "poison '.
pen" letters. Three friends who asked
for clemency withdrew pleas when
they read letters.
Aid. Nance wants to stop whistles
from blowing on New Year's eve be-J
cause of 40,000 sick people in city
Former Dis't Att'y Wilkerson ad-
vocated less psychology and more
sense in talk to I1L State's Attorneys'
Sam Wilder. U. S. labor srren at
Buffalo, failed to prove that wife was
living witn Cuban consul Says she'