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mornings, except to person who
might be subject to Bright's disease.
A person whose kidneys are weak
should be careful of cold baths.
"This final word: Breathe de"eply
and be sure the air you take into
your lungs is clean. Foul air means
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
John Gustistus, 1668 W. Division,
shot at sister-in-law and then' fired-
bullet into own side. Demented. May
Man, supposedly James McCann,
killed while aiding in pushing stalled
auto .from path of car at 12th and
Halsted. Plank broke1; hit him.
Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz Kagel, 1608 S.
Homan av. and 3 others severely hurt
when their auto collided with another
at 12th and Komensky av.
Health Comm'r Robertson an
nounced campaign against members
and dispensers of fake aspirin.
Stanislaus Westart, 1536 W. Ohio,
sued for $5,000 by Miss Josephine
Brezina. Breach of prdmise alleged.
Wife on way to see John Ulrich,
Joliet He ran away with another
woman who shot him and killed her
self. In final order of court, Charles W.
Gillett, given right to see children
each Sunday afternoon.
First III. Infantry men, banqueting
last night, assailed Mexican policy of
Pres. Wilson and cheered at mention
Ella M. Tarbet, Onarga, III., says
eating lots of onions and drinking
lemonade hot and cold will rout grip ,
Mystery surrounds case of Marie
Heaney, Presbyterian hospital em
ploye, who swallowed 30 grains of
mercury. Doctors fighting for her
life. Friends believe it accident
Acetylene gas tank, C. & N. W. R.
R, Kinzie and California av., explod
ed. Killed two. Four burned.
Hamilton club endorsed Sen. Sher
man's "protection for Americans"
Baptists plan $500,000 10-story
temple on site of Immanuel church,
23d and Michigan av. Will contain
Sunrise, 7:16; sunset, 4:43.
Ceo. Tauberschmidt, Evergreen
Park, died of burns received in at
tempt to save 2-year-old son when
home burned Jan. 8.
Over 3;000 pupils of Evanston
public schols vaccinated. Others
enjoying vacation. Smallpox.
Bernard Shapiro, 2454 W. North
av., sued for $10,000. Weldon Cloak,
2658 W. North av., alleges slander.
Jacob Bartusek, 1543 W. Chicago
av., exonerated. Shot and killed his
friend, Jos. Dybick, during New Year
R. V. Mitchell, leper, removed from
county jail to Isolation hospital.
Alfred Holmes elected president of
Argyle Improvement ass'n.
Mrs. Selma Levy, 5417 Prairie av.,
set fire to clothes on gas stove flame.
Nine men arrested in poolroom at
412' S. Halsted. Card games alleged.
Joseph Landsman fined $25. Com
plained of not getting packages pur
chased in department stores. Got
money instead. Caught
Council health committee consid
ering law to force reporting of tu
berculosis patients and their deaths.
Civil service commission to probe
alleged teaming graft charges Mon
day. Charles Aznee, policeman, awarded
damages of $2,500 against Chicago
Railways Co. for injury five years
Mayor Thompson asked fire and
police chiefs for complete crime re
port each day.
Police of Hammond, Ind., guarding
plant of Standard Steel. Car Co. Fear
war plot fires.
Violation of Sunday closing law in
loop complained of by Anton J. Cer
mack, municipal court bailiff,