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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:50; sunset, 5:19.
Mrs. Katherine Ahrens, 2011 Ray
mond, robbed of $250 and jewelry
while playing piano in movie theater,
178 N. State.
Mrs. Catherine Knatrth.,415 W. Oak,
left baby in carriage outside depart
ment store. Police thought it aban
doned. Took it to Clark st. station.
Then mother thought it kidnapped.
Capt. Ceo. Wellington Streeter held
to grand jury on charge of assault
with intent to kill detective who tried
to arrest him. .
N. L. Benson and Herman Vieria
hurt when Indiana av. car collided
with Consumers' coal wagon.
Archie McLean, 8, found in 43d st
station of I. C. Fell out car window
in Chicago Heights. Walked to town.
Lives in St Joseph, Mo. Nothing to
eat for two days. Father notified.
Coroner probing death of Mrs. Eva
Prachoncziecz, 1700 S. Union av.
Supposed to have resulted from il
County Judge Scully continued pe
tition of Mrs. Louise Abrams, who
wants parents of deserted husband
to support her four children.
Commandant W. N. Moffet, Great
Lakes training station, organizing
civilian employes into rifle club and
teaching them to shoot Rifles and
Judge Sullivan appointed A. F. Cor
by received of Dalton state bank.
Richmond, Ind., telegraphs that
woman who died aboard train there
was Mrs. Laura Gibbs of Chicago.
Corp. Counsel Ettelson wants
some money to prepare evidence that
sinking of Eastland was not fault of
city. Said city is in bad over testi
mony taken in Grand Rapids.
Police looking for Alice Van Dyke,
who wrote home and told folks she
had job two weeks ago.
Anton Isaac, saloonkeeper, 2659
W. Division, refused naturalization
papers because he kept saloon open
'Junday. To contest decision.
Louis Grossman, who turned
state's evidence in prosecution of
arson trust, told judge his airest in
conspiracy to rob father-in-law was
frame-up to separate him from his
Jack Murray, ousted from North
western "U" frat house. Wasn't mem
ber. Gave corset to winner of fox
trot contest last summer.
County budget board raised pay of
Judge Mary Bartelme, girls' court,
and gave boosts to other employes.
Clarence Goudy, El Paso, held un
der $1,000 bonds by government
Shipped whisky from Texas to Ari
zona. Finance committee of school board
to work on building part of budget
Monday. May spend $6,000,000 for.
Cyril Matthews, 9, 854 8. 39th, dis
appeared with penny he earned for
going to store. Police looking for
Capt Hunt, detective bureau, and
two detectives sued for $100,000 by
New York att'y who was held in con
nection with Washington Park bank
W. G. Fountin, 47, 4711 N. Maple
wood, suicided by hanging self with
wire. Thought speculating in war
Coroner's jury found that Mrs. R.
H. Piatt, 434 Belden av., killed her
self with carbolic acid because of ill
Adams Express wagon caught be
tween two Halsted st cars. Crossed
wires set load of woman's hats afire.
$1,000 damage. Two crates of chick
Mayor Thompson may not start his
suit against Municipal Voters' league,
whose report condemned administra
tion, for some time.
Judge Burke to rule on Att'y Chas.
Erbstein's petition for special prose
cutor in his case Tuesday.
Aid. Merriam called political log
roller, Aid. Buck called notoriety-
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