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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:06; sunset, 5:01.
Judge Heap to give decision today
in case of Ed McDonald and Geo.
Cosgrove, charged with" beating cop.
Mayor Thompson invited to be
at opening of new Jackson blvd.
bridge Sunday afternoon by sanitary
Returns on deficiency tax must be
filed by end of Jan. or you'll pay 50
per cent penalty, says collector inter
John Wade & Sons, Memphis, su
ing C. U. Snyder & Co., syrup jobbers,
for $25,000. Allege breaking of con
tract to fill war orders.
Council committee on track eleva
tion recommended passage of ordi
nance which allows reconstruction of
tunnels under L C.
Harry Atwood, att'y for local im
provements board, demanding pay of
two more real estate experts from
Mayor revoked licenses of two sa
loons and poolroom.
Joe Reed, negro, Evanston, arrest
ed by Policewoman Juul. Wanted for
Ethel Merrick, 19, Joliet, told Mor
als Judge TJhlir she took to streets
because she couldn't get job. Prose
cutor Lyons paid her fare and Judge
let her go home.
Garnishee proceedings started
against Barney Bertsche's pay at
McVicker's theater. Judge Landis
after it too. Barney won't get any
Matthew Mootz, 19, sentenced to
30 days in Bridewell for faking rob
bery. Henry Boerner, saloonkeeper who
is trying to open Chicago Sunday,
granted change of venue. Says he
can't get fair trial before 14 judges.
Mrs. Mary Shine's handbag snatch
ed by boy near her home, 1204 S.
North shore intercepting sewer,
draining town north of Evanston,
completed. To purify lake.
Joe Molner, 12, 5136 Wentworth,
turned over the juvenile court by
coroner's juhy. Hit Etta Sabo on
head. She died later.
Lieut Palcynski told Aid. Mer- -a
riam's committee probing team-hir- '
ing politics that Stanley Rejholec was
arrested for driving team across side
walk on anonymous tip. Rejholec
testified to shakedown to committee.
Arrest thought political revenge.
Union league clubhouse to be re
modeled. Changes to cost $190,000.
Frank Lashko, 12, had head cut off
flipping freight train.
Percy Davis, 15, 41 W. 33d, killed
by I. C. passenger train.
Police heads discussed protection .
of Pres. Wilson at meeting yesterday.
D. F. Kelly, 'head of Industrial
club's publicity committee, says
there'll be no partisanship in enter
tainment of president in Chicago.
County board to resume work on
budget Monday. Differences over
efficiency report settled.
Coroner's jury ordered arrest of
Alex Magnus, Greek medical student
who prescribed, medicine which Mrs.
Theresa Garritano took and died.
Wife of Dr. Arthur Price suing for
divorce. Charges cruelty and infi
delity. Wife of Att'y Carl Liesendahl
wants divorce. Says husband kicked
A. H. Sherzer, bridge engineer, sui
cided by jumping 10 floors down ele
vator shaft in Monadnock bldg. Wor
ried over business. "
Judge Rooney discharged Roland
Vetter, 9108 S. Colfax av., on charges
made by wife. Has two mothers-in-law
living with him.
Robber who killed Patrolman
Johnson on Jackson blvd. got exact
ly $1,300, according to manager of
Cook Tourist Agency, place robbed.
Chicago Political Equality league
is out after risque movies.
Five men tortured Mrs; Mary Os
terhous, 5233 S. Honore, in effort to