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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:53; sunset, 6:43.
$70 verdict rendered by jury in Dr.
Wm. Zeno's $10,000 damage suit
against Dr. Jas. H. Ballard. Alleged
Ulysses Grant post of C A. R. met
in Memorial hall of public library to
celebrate 94th anniversary of birth
of the general.
Trial of Bert Milano, foreman at
Wilson av. tunnel, still on before civil
service com'n. Alleged to have sold
stock in zinc mines for jobs.
Thos. Ararostas, 318 S. Halsted,
bruised by fenderless auto truck.
Joe Riba, 1328 W. 18th, arrested
for selling union buttons to unem
ployed. Mrs. Katie Novak, 1916 W. 17th,
overcome by smoke of tub of burning
clothes. Water boiled away. Clothes
Coroner's jury exonerated auto
bearing political band which killed
Justine Grusnis, motorcyclist, on S.
Rudolph Cohn, 671 Lincoln pkwy.,
reputed son of Vienna banker, arrest
ed for passing false checks.
Evelyn Freeman, 1248 Jarvis, left
home Monday night to visit friends.
Brother reported her missing to po
lice. Returned last night.
Chas. Ernst, 12, hit by auto. On
bicycle. I. Mitchell, driver, 728 Tay
lor st, arrested.
Frank Herhofven bruised. Freight
elevator fell two floors in ScovJle
bldg., Lake st and Oak Park av.
Z. E. Zemowski, 1744 W. 48th,
claimed buggy police believe was
used by "Qus the Penman" to escape
from Kankakee asklum.
Federal Judge Landis will decide
case of Prank Kempinski today. Mis
used mails to sell money making ma
chines. William Harrah to be re-elected
sergeant of arms of city council.
185 marriage licenses issued yes
terday. Record this year. Due to
end of Lenten season.
George Braham, 7, known as
"Officer Binks" throughout Hyde
Park, promoted to sergeant by Capt.
Chi. section of Navy league wants
500 men from Chi. territory to take
part in naval training cruise lasting
from Aug. 15 to Sept 15.
Police still looking for Charlotte
Winters, 17, 3347 Lowe av. Street car
conductor questioned by police yes
Guy Jones, 5422 Kenmore av., on
way to Mexico to take part in U. S.
expedition. Partner killed by Mexi
cans. Joe Hejna, 1414 S. Kostner av.,
tried suicide. Couldn't get work.
Jumped in lake off Van Buren st
Corporation Counsel Ettleson says
ruling giving Chief Healey power
over movie censorship is O. K.
Aid. Buck to oppose exoneration of
John M. Kantor of charges of ac
cepting money to put real estate deal
through schools committee of coun
cil. Colin Fyffe, att'y for III. Man. ass'n,
also for election board, says women
haven't right to vote for municipal
Lake steamer service between Chi
cago, Indiana, Michigan and Wiscon-
sin ports opened yesterday.
Chicago expects heavy shipments
of wheat here from Duluth via the
Chin Quan, restaurant manager,
414 S. Wabash, obtained divorce. De
sertion. Civil service com'rs may be called
before grand jury to testify in Eaton
Nine new aldermen, 7 Democrats
and 2 Republicans, take seats in city
Frank St John, 3901 Sheridan rd.,
shot self in taxi. Quarrel with sweet
heart Members of the Chicago Methodist
Social union applauded speech of: