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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:14; sunset, 4:47.
E. R. Pike, city comptroller, who
has been ill of tonsilitis, able again
to be at his office.
Dr. Bertha Van Hoosen, lecturing
Women's Trade" --Union league,
warned women of perils of tight-fitting
Ira F. Younglove, 3937 Ellis av.,
grandson, will get most of estate of
late E. N. Piatt. Art institute will
Mary Garden, opera diva, sent a
check for $50 to Alexander Ballam,
doorman Blackstone hotel, in re
membrance of his cheery smiles
when she would pass him at the
Ralph Whitmore, 229 N. Campbell
av., captured after chase. Alleged to
have snatched pocketbook of Mrs.
P. J. Lewis, 2661 W. Lake.
Peter McGuire fined $100 and costs
for selling liquor in his grocery store,
101 S. Sangamon.
Coroner's jury decided Patrol
Serg't Harry Baird was temporarily
insane when he slew self and two
children. Mrs. Baird very ill from'
shock. Triple funeral held today.
Pupils marched in order from St
Ann's Polish parochial school when
blaze started in engine room. Slight
Two boys held up candy store of
Reginald Heyerdahl, 2608 S. Halsted.
Patrick Griffith, 4738 S. Racine,
slipped on icy porch. Hailing broke
and he fell to street. Dead.
Mrs. Zoytge Miedems, 80, 1408 E.
47th, dead from injuries received in
falling over rug.
Oscar and' Louis Hallenbach, 1325
Independence blvd., robbed of racing
skates as they returned from ice.
John Krueger, 66, 1715 Fremont,
killed self with gun. Despondent
Chas. Dwyer, editor Woman's
World, fell on icy sidewalk, fractur
ing skulL Died on way to hospital.
Jeremiah McKenna, 2904 E. 97th,
fatally injured when someone started
big electric fan while he was in it
making repairs at By-Products Coke
Corporation, 112th and Torrence av.
Jas Hite, 1913 W. Lake, arrested
and fined $100 on complaint of his
daughter, Alice, 19. Is scene shifter
and says he was brother of Mabel
Jas Turnock, Democratic leader of
Evanston, seriously ill. Pneumonia.
Rev. Jas. L. Cregan, pastor of St
Edward's Catholic church, Lowell and
Sunnyside am, ill at Alexian Bros.
hospital Condition serious.
County board promised S. Chicago
$100,000 emergency hospital.
Parents won't let children go to
Henry Clay school, Hegewisch, in
Btrike protest for new building.
Likely to get new building.
Million dollars is mere trifle when
considered as an addition to the cap
ital stock of a corporation like the
Chi. Telephone Co., B. F. Sunny,
pres. of company, told council com
Andrew Charleston, 83, Civil war
veteran, found unconscious beside
83-year-old wife, who froze to death
in cold apartment, 1036 Orleans, died
at hospitaL Had fallen on ice and
.John Kihlman, 73, 3748 Eddy, dead,
result of falling on icy walk.
Two dead and score injured yes
terday by falls.
Cook County Real Estate b'oard
makes demand upon public utilities
com'n to make elevated- roads give
Jackson & Semmelmeyer, firm that
furnished notoriety for "September
Morn" picture, bankrupt.
Mrs. Julia McLellan, 4202 S. West
ern av., fell dead of cold while walk
ing on street
Det Chief Hunt will inaugurate
scheme to register all suspicious
strangers, if hotel men co-operate,
.and will provide guards for bank