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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:10; sunset, 5:51.
John Roderick, farmer, Juda, Kan.,
asked Capt Hunt to look for daugh
ter who wants to be movie queen.
Free permits ofjnayor to peddlers
and others, held up- by mayor pend
ing report of city clerk, to be re
March federal grand jury sworn in.
To get after alleged acceptance of
railroad rebates by Cudahy Packing
Ben Friedman's saloon, 424 S.
Clark, closed by mayor because
liquor was sold in lodging house up
stuifs Kasper Lega, 1648 N. Kolmar,
hired auto, bought drinks for every
body and arrested when he couldn't
pay. Discharged when complainant
didn't come to court
County Treas. Stuckart received
checks totaling $1,113,794 from
Commonwealth Edison and Chicago
Telephone Co. Personal property
Peter Kelly, John Sheehan and Pat
Leonard found guilty of trying to
bribe alderman by civil service com
mission. Discharged from fire de
partment. Found not guilty in crim
Sixty-three cases against striking
garment workers non-suited in
Judge Wells' court.
Drainage board to build new sewer
in 39th st to handle stockyards
waste. To cost $104,051.
Fire in kitchen of Planters' hotel
disturbed number of guests eating
breakfast there this morning.
Leon Mutten, 1610 Park av., line
man for phone company, killed by fall
from pole. Touched wire; shock
threw him to ground.
Frank Ward, 1335 W. Madison,
shot by Policeman Frank McDonald
as suspect, dead.
Proposition to annex 4th and 5th
wards of Berwyn to Cicero not on
ballot at next election. Postponed by
Coroner's jury unable to decide
who shot Frank Lombardi, 1120 Tay
lor St., Feb. 22.
Det. Serg't Thomas Kehoe received
painful injuries in fall while chasing
Charlotte Palmquist, 2246 N. Clark
freed. Was accused of striking aged
Melville Reeves, "skyscraper bur
glar," arrested on charge of murder
ing Peter Rotermund during robbery
of Addison State bank. Four who saw
murderer escape identified Reeves.
Mrs. Reeves arrested.
John Hede's will, leaving home,
2136 Lawndale av., to wife, contained
but 18 words.
Two robbers threatened to kill Mrs.
A. O. Thompson, 838 Irving Pk. blvd.,
if she did not g ve them jewels. She
screamed. They fled.
George Melehes, 6732 Throop, bar
ber, found baby boy on doorstep. Will
Awarding prizes for solving mys
teries in lJjon pictures is not gam
bling, Corporation Counsel Ettelson
Health Commissioner Robertson
will take charge of inspection of
babies at baby show. Boston RtnrA
Miss Amy Tharp, 1032 E. 43d, su
ing Wm. W. Mason, 4210 Berkeley
av., $50,000, breach of promise. Ma
son now married.
Miss Josephine Tobin, 3724 Shef
field av., who married Max Palenske,
defaulting cashier of Drovers' Na
tional bank, now serving time, given
annulment of marriage. Palenske
was not divorced from first wife.
Dr. Lester L. Long asks insurance
company to pay for two $200 rings
which were stolen from wife's body
during excitement after she died
from illegal operation he is charged
Miss Minnie Law, 6308 Lowe av.,
who asked police to find Oscar Wise
nant, says it was only joke "to have
the Law after him, twice at once."