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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:14; sunset, 4:48.
"Al" Tearney, former alderman
and proprietor of Auto Inn, is nego
tiating for lease on Midway Gardens.
"Anna Stearns," Relieved to be St.
Louis girl, released on bonds signed
by minister. Held for larceny.
Jan Paderewski, famous pianist,
hurried through Chicago on way to
New York. Pleaded for money for
Poles. Has raised $220,000 in U. S.
Maid in home of J. H. Tiedemann,
1013 N. State, slammed window on
fingers of burglar who was trying
to climb through sash. He beat it.
W. D. Moody and Chas. Wacker
asked mayor if he would let police
get petitions for new West Side post
office. Mayor refused.
U. S. Com'r Foote dropped prose
cution against John Pister, 28 years
a mail clerk, who -was accused of tak
ing stamps from packages. Has nerv
Sentencing of former captain of
detectives, John Halpin, postponed
pending action of Supreme Court on
Legal fight of relatives over estate
of Kasper Schmidt, millionaire
brewer, carried into supreme court.
Fire dep't probing blaze which de
stroyed Mother Baker's roadhouse,
6830 Stony Island av.
Lieut. Jim Larkin of detective bu
reau on job after week's illness.
Went to New York to catch thief.
Caught grip instead.
Chas. Lane went to sleep in base
ment of apartments at 5300 Cornell
av. Awoke tenants with snores. Ar
rested. Mrs. Carrie Turniff, Milwaukee,
answered Fred Miller's plea that he
wanted wife. Arrested on her com
plaint. Says she gave him money to
Will Hill, chairman of Evanston's
police pension fund, asked chief to
suspend three cops for keeping re
wards given them. Says money be
longed to fund,
Mrs. Elizabeth Pelish, Hammond,
killed by gas. $10,000 under bed.
Called woman of mystery because
she didn't mix with neighbors.
Detectives Mulvey and Powers
cleaned up robbery of Victor Pollak's
home. Ruby Shulep, maid, and two a
of her friends held. Ring recovered. V
John Tarpinan and Dick Serbian
fought duel over woman with three
children. Tarpinan killed and Ser
Major Funkhouser received deck
of playing cards from 52 friends on
52d birthday. Every one carried a
message. To frame them.
Passengers in Broadway car ter
rorized by Thos. O'Brien and August
Harvey who had an argument Sub
dued. Master in Chancery Jas. Turnock,
Evanston, suffering from relapse
after grip attack. May die.
Fire att'y to probe fire which
caused $25,000 damage to Morris
Glatt's dep't store, 4321 Wentworth.
Members of Broadway Commercial
ass'n endorsed Aid. Link's plan to get
Wilson av. private beach as site for
City and federal representatives
left for Grand Rapids this morning
to fight for extradition of 11 men in
dicted for Eastland sinking.
"Lodavine Miller and her brother
convicted second time of swindling
"Sentimental Tommy" Foulkes,
Mrs. N. Chamberlin, rooming house
keeper, 24 W. Ohio, found baby in
room she rented. Taken to asylum.
School officials blocked move to f a
open saloon near Seward school at '
46th and Hermitage.
Civil service comish told by ward,
sup'ts that they never heard of as
sessments against teamsters.
Mrs. Florence Hallberg, wife of ar
chitect, left $213),000 estate by hus
band. Chief Healey -ordered department,
to report hangouts of delinquent : '