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NEWS OF THE DAY -CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:08; sunset, 4:58.
- Albert R. Kelley arrested here.
Wanted in Minneapolis on forgery
Patrick F. McCarthy "up for trial
in Judge Turney's court on embez
zlement charge. Private bank broke
Mrs. Mabel Waldo paid $160 for
$1,500 bond when arrested by U. S.
officers in dope raid. Judge Landis
ordered refund of money.
Henry Ahrens, Aberdeen, S. D.,
met "nice young man" on trip here.
Borrowed money to get back home.
Walter Leonard, 131 E. 31st st,
sentenced to 3 years in Leavenworth
prison. Violated U. S. dope laws.
Lottie Ross, 147 W. Erie, caught
after attempt to ransack rooms of
St. Luke's hospital, paroled.
Max Rehman, real estate dealer,
held to grand jury on confidence
game charges. Took money to in
vest Didn't invest is claim.
Andrew Kaminski, 1274 Augusta,
died after wedding feast Coroner
investigating poison rumor.
Burglars got $728 in jewelry from
home of J. B. Farquhar, 4237 Ken
Four auto bandits took over $400
from saloon of John Fleischman,
4105 S. Ashland av., in raid.
Rocanna O'Day starts another at
tack on will of aunt, Mrs. Mary
Speigel, who left bulk of $100,000 es
tate to Christ C. Crabb.
Mrs. G. L. Brand, 4407 Maiden av.,
allowed $125 a month alimony by
Judge McDonald in granting divorce.
Capt. Streeter on trial in Judge
Fry's court Charge of assault with
deadly weapon in hitting Serg't John
Stevens over head with revolver.
Dr. John M. Murphy, 1966 W. Jack
son blvd., appointed head of sanita
tion bureau of health department.
Wm. Stewart, proprietor Blue
finnse rafft. Barrv av. and f!lrk.
freed of charge of selling liquor to
minors who looked like they were 21.
J. J. McNamara, patrolman Shef
field av. station, discharged from the
force after testimony that he was
drunk and arrested man who was
waiting on corner for street car.
Jury completed to try Rev. E. L.
Williams, pastor Grace Methodist
church. Sued by Harry Jennings,
proprietor Empress hotel. Charge
slander and false arrest Case result
of minister's anti-crime crusade.
W. A. Moffett, commandant Great
Lakes naval training station, given a
medal for distinguished service dur
ing occupation of Vera Cruz.
John Fleischman hid $500 receipts
of his saloon, 4105 S. Ashland av.
Thought he'd fool bandits if they
came. They came, held up five pa-"
trons and went straight to where the
money was hid.
Miner Culp, 4212 Grand blvd., ar
rested in connection with case
against "Anna Stearns."
Mrs. Harry J. Rortman, Palmer
house, hit by auto at State and Mon
roe. James Hutchinson, driver, ar
rested. Former Police Cap't J. J. Halpin
to get out of jail today on writ to
Robert Hoard, 1622 Arlington av.,
Evanston, negro, shot and killed by
policemen who caught him stealing
John Sfrodnider captured and sent
to Joliet prison last night Serving
sentence for swindling of W. T. Kir
by, who lost $20,000.
Irving and Herbert Updike,who
confessed plot against aged parents,
out on bonds. Father obtained free
dom. Leo Phillips, paroled from Elgin in
sane asylum, attacked former friend,
Josephine Kraos, 2849 Burling st.
B. Johnson, 85, 3069 Gresham st.,
died of skull fracture. Fell on icy
sidewalk Jan. 14.
John T. Lynch, ass't sup'.t of mails,
arrested on charge of'keeping money
froni letters? Calls case "trifling."