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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:58; sunset. 5:58.
Charles Zikmund, 2659 W. 21st p!.,
hurt by auto of M. A; -Gun-en, 1550
Joseph Juretich, 29th and South
Park av., married to reform. Forged
checks to marry. Arrested.
Fortunato Fabiano, 1112 Newberry
av., held in murder of Michael Hig
gins, 1629 S. Hamlin av., stabbed in
fight over wheelbarrow.
Twenty milk dealers arrested in S.
Chicago dairy cleanup. Eighteen
freed on promise to do better.
Nathan Fisher, 1301 N. Maplewood
av., recently indicted as member of
"burglar trust," arrested on stolen
George C. Norris sued Dr. C. H.
Mundt, 6437 S. Green, for ?10,000.
Charges malpractice in operation on
Serg't John McGinnis left for city
from Barbadoes Island, with Edward
Thacker, wanted here for embezzle
ment Mayor Thompson left for Watseka,
m., to speak at political meeting.
Home today or tomorrow.
Mrs. Goldie Drouin suing Hall
Brothers, dentists, and Dr. C. E.
Wells, for $10,000. Says they broke
her jaw fixing her teeth.
Matthew Stark sent to Bridewell
for year by Judge Newcomer on big
amy charge by second wife.
John Roche, 2426 Warren av., held
to grand jury on forgery charge.
Frank McGovern, Jefferson, Wis.,
asked police to look for sister, Han
nah, working here.
Oscar F. Mayer elected permanent
treasurer of forest preserve district
Night church will be located in the
loopi district, probably at 11 E. Con
gress. Rev. Myron E. Adams, former
pastor First Baptist church, win be
Both producers and distributors
say they will not yield in milk-rate
war. Chicago may go mflkless.
Corporation Counsel Ettelson's
office, after investigating old charges
against Police Lieut S. C. Rank, said
there was not sufficient evidence to
Peter J. Cleary, policeman fired
after being accused of attacking Mrs.
H. F. Reilly, reinstated by civil serv
ice commission. No one told why.
W. P. Wells, sales manager Interna
tional Harvester Co., who lost U. S.
citizenship by swearing allegiance to
Canada, has taken out first natural
ization papers to become U. S. citizen
Rubin Johnson, 6, 475 W. Division,
injured by auto driven by A. Hup
field, 229 E. Huron.
Det Serg't Albert Boschulte, Shef
field av. station, granted continu
ance until March 20 on assault
charge by Herman Grote, street car
Mrs. Eva Dittman, 2822 Barry av.,
died of burns received while stand
ing near bonfire.
Morris Gilford, 11, 1315 N. Arte
sian av., hit by auto driven by Mrs.
Catherine Clancy, 5430 Woodlawn
av. Leg broken.
Jas. G. Skinner, ass't corporation
counsel since beginning of last Har
rison administration, dropped in fa
vor of State Rep. G. A. Dahlberg,
Thompson man. Skinner last Demo
crat holdover to go.
Cases of 51 labor men under in
dictment in criminal court for con
spiracy will prqbably be set for trial
Coroner's jury has not solved the
mystery of Irs. Philip Allen, 3112
Cottage Grove av., found dead be
side unconscious man with gas
turned on in hotel room. Husband
says wife was always true to him.
Fred J. Schumacher, pres. General
Printing Co., 305 5th av., killed in fall
down elevator shaft.
Harry Graham, Evanston, special
agent for dep't of commerce and la
bor, seriously ill from, heart tfjok.