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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:08; sunset, 5:52.
Chief Healey commanded officers
to turn in all reports of robberies
where revolvers are used. Also ar
rests and disposition of cases.
Plan committee of forest preserve
com'n met to make tentative Dlans
for outer park belt.
Ben Rogers, 641 Groveland Park,
arrested in College Inn on complaints
of women who said be annoyed them.
John Murray, 15, 5641 S. May,
missing since Monday. Mother wor
ried. Water supply turned on in 96
South Side schools. Scarlet fever
Mrs. Caroline MHler, 5417 Cottage
Grove, fined $50 for beating daughter.
Girl turned over to juvenile court.
$218 and morphine and cocaine
taken by the thief who held up Sells'
HniP- stnrft. 5300 Blackstone av.
Henry Mooney, butcher, wanted to
feed sick son oysters. Wife objected;
quarrel. Now Mooney's locked up.
Has refused bail.
Hubert Stoddard, 406 Armour av.,
arrested, charged with rifling mail
Mrs. Margaret Cudahy, widow of
packer, awarded $10,000 pending dis
position of plea for all personal prop
erty in residence.
Warrant issued for John Bitzen,
1961 Dayton St., who choked and
beat wife. She says he tried to rob
Belle Pike, Chicago U student,
stricken with scarlet fever. Foster
Hall again quarantined. Girl died
there week ago from same disease.
Wm. Dale, Rock Island station
agent, Oak Park, killed by train
while crossing tracks.
Mrs. Margaret Reeves, wife of
"skyscraper burglar," freed by the
Jas. Butler, W. U. messenger boy,
killed by auto at Monroe and La
" ille. Carl Carlson, chauffeur, ar
. sted, charged with manslaughter.
The screams of Mrs. Joseph West
hous, 506 W. 32d, last night prevent
ed negro from attacking her. Broke
finger in struggle.
John Childs, negro, sentenced to
life imprisonment for murder of
Henry Lee, negro, in Evanston pool
room. Man dressed as priest stricken with
paralysis on 41st st, "L" station yes
terday. Taken to Mercy hospital.
Card in pocket bears name of Rev.
Don Paolo Miraglia.
III. Model Aero club ready to send
25 .aviators to army, declare officers.
Chas. Dalmores, member Chicago
Grand Opera Co., lost $500 diamond
Mayor "biggest hypocrite" that
ever governed Chicago, Aid. Rodri
guez told audience in Von Humboldt
SCHOOL BOARD TURNS DOWN
FEDERATION OF LABOR
A letter from the Chicago Feder
ation of Labor, asking the board of
education allow its attorney to an
swer questions asked by teachers'
who were hit by the Loeb rule was
thrown into the waste basket yes
terday by the finance committee.
The teachers, who are members of
the jDhicago Teachers' Federation,
have asked the board twice to tell
them what it will do if the Loeb rule
should be sustained in the appellate
court, where the fight was taken
after the rule was defeated in the cir
The positions of many hundreds of
teachers may depend upon this deci
sion. They wanted to know what
action would be taken, so they could
prepare themselves for whatever
treatment the board would hand
The labor body asked the finance
committee to offer the teachers this
little courtesy. At the suggestion of
Trustee Jacob Loeb the letter from
the federation was cast into discard.