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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:02; sunset, 5:56.
Chicago Telephone Co. reports 512,
709 phones in use, or 40,000 more
than year ago. -
Frank Frigerio, bartender, 1616
Park av., died on operating table un
dergoing examination in doctor's
office. Believed heart disease.
Judge Sabath, auto court, says po
lice should use Fords with motor
cycles to get speeders and motorcycle
cops identify themselves by fast driv
ing. Passengers on Metropolitan "L"
shaken up in rear end collision at La
Salle and Van Buren.
Holdup men got $65 and watch
from Norman, supt. Taylor Coal Co.,
at foot of East Randolph st
Sam Moist suing Presto Buyer's
Guide Book for $50,000 because they
rated his piano as cheap.
Two sisters of Chas. Kimbark, real
estate man, to share in his $246,000
Mrs. Hannah Lindsteadt, 10625
Stephenson av., found dead from gas
in kitchen. Believed accident.
Marie Werner, 17, 2019 Park av.,
who disappeared Mar. 9, back home.
Won't talk about affair.
Eighty more strike cases to be
heard by Municipal Judge Wells.
Garment workers have floored police
department so far.
Policeman Frank McDonald, Des
plaines, exonerated of killing of Jas.
Frankos, bad man and robber.
$35, premium certificates, razor
and candy taken by thieves who held
up United Cigar Stores at 2405 W.
North av. Store block from West
North av. police station.
May me Peach suing John T. Sara
cino, garage owner for $10,000. One
of his taxis, she says, ran into her
auto and glass cut her face.
Mrs. Marie Gaskin, 19, bride of 5th
cavalry trooper, came to Chicago
looking for work. Sent back to Fort
Sheridan by Com'r Mason. Husband
going 10 jnexico. j
Joe Gunderloch, 6094 Wentworth,
held on bigamy charge. Bride also
locked up for stealing dress. Her
father complainant against both.
Mrs. Mary Frtaz suing Carberry's
saloon for $10,000. Says husband
spent most of salary for 3 years'froni
Wabash railroad in place.
John Dore, 6 year old son of police
man, killed while hitching on gar
Anna Williams, 17, said Dr. E. L.
Dennison, 17 N. Garfield av., didn't
perform illegal operation on her. Po
lice looking for another man.
Mrs. Edith DeVries and Nathan
Harris, pawnbroker, 816 W. Madison,
held to grand jury, charged with re
ceiving stolen property.
Chief Healey and First Deputy
Schuettler will sit with the civil serv
ice com'n next Wednesday to award
bravery medals for police depart
ment. Louis Langhorne, Savanna, III.
loaned man pencil under flashing city
hall electric flag. Then he missed
Six frame buildings at Houston av.
and 89th st, destroyed by fire early
this morning. Several people severe
Harry Alvey and Mark Brown ran
away -from Great Lakes naval train
ing station to have good time. Con
fessed to police and want to go back.
Spent all their money.
Jacob Katz paid Isadore Cohen $10
a week to take him home nights.
Afraid Hmmett Gaderer was going to
"get" him. Court put Gaderer under
$200 suspended fine.
Gov. Dunne left for eastern visit
Will offer 111. Nat'l Guard to presi
dent Thos. Jeffrey auto truck company
of Kenosha assembling 54 auto
trucks for service with army in
Federal civil service examination
for aeronautical experts for army
service. Salary $3,600 a year.'