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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise 6:25; sunset, 5:50.
Gets lots of fresh aid and don't
worry and, you'll not catch, scarlet
fever, Dean Holgate, Northwestern
"U" advised students.-
C. A. Brown, Cripple Creek, Colo.,
arrested on honeymoon. Held to the
grand jury on charge of passing
"No reason why any man with
sense should be killed on railroad
crossing," said Sam Sepinski as he
stepped out of Hammond, Ind., hotel,
filled few minutes later on railroad
Frank Caputti, 828 Loomis, reach
ed under freight car to pick up pota
to. Hand crushed under wheels.
Frank Laroco, 2619 W. Superior,
injured when motor truck hit his mo
torcycle. "Leap-year baby" born to Desk
Serg't Jas. W. Regan, uespiaines st.
station, yesterday. Won't have a
birthday for 4 years.
Edw. Kent accidentally pulled down
steel filing case on top of himself,
Working Boys' home, 1140 Jackson
W. H. Twiggs, negro appointed
head of bureau of information,
Bvanston City Hall, had to resign.
Failed to pass examination.
Wm. Ryan, 8, 5155 Aberdeen,
struck by street car. Carried on
Examination for postoffice clerk
May 6. Age limit 18 to 45. Men or
unmarried women. Address Peter
Newton, federal building, for infor
mation. Fed. Judge Anderson refused to
grant demurrer asked for in case of
Jas. Dorsey, accused of selling com
mon cattle to farmers as high-bred,
Jas. Hackett, 1354 S. Wabash, sa
loonkeeper, shot in hand by holdup
Miss Anna Lubur, 193 E. Chestnut,
gave sweetheart $600 for wedding ex
jaBses. He is missing.
Ivan Flisnas, Minnesota farmer en
route to Norway, gave $200 purse to
man who warned him he might be
robbed in movie he was entering. Ivan
is $200 out
Old Higinbotham mansion, 29th
and Michigan av., one of show places
of city 20 years ago, turned into tea
Motorcycle bandit held up three sa
loons and got $55. Was masked.
13,500 people turned in tally sheets
and collected their dough for serving
as judges and clerks of election last
night in City HalL
Robbers showed extra activity yes
terday because all police were at the
Nat'l Tea Co.'s store, 2935 N. Clark,
held up. $25.
State arbitration board to submit
report to Gov. Dunne today. Plea
for more co-operation. Ignored in
many big strikes.
Dr. Ray E. Hall broke wireless
speed record by receiving 200 words
a minute on machine he invented. 30
words per min. best previous record.
Message received in ticker tape.
Health Com'r Robertson blames
contaminated reservoir at 68th st
pumping station on canal district for
90 typhoid cases. Let surface water
Abel Deming had $5,000 worth of
handsome but old-fashioned car
riages, victorias, etc Could not sell.
Poured gasoline on the lot and burn
20,000 employes of International
Harvester Co. have subscribed for
$5,000,000 worth of profit-sharing
certificates which are ezchangable
Police arrested two young girls and
two Japanese cabaret singers as they
were about to board train to Crown
Point to wed.
Ceo. E. Boltwood convalescing at
Lakeside hospital. Each night half a
dozen cabaret singers call him up and
sing to him over telephony