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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:39; sunset, 6:54.
Marcelle Leete and Agnes Corkley
caught here. Ran away from
John Austin, negro"," 769 S. State,
jumped into lake at 7th sL Drowned.
Chief Healey asked corporation
counsel's office when 1 o'clock wet
restaurant order becomes effective.
Chicago's new police stations will
not be fireproof; city to save $300,
000. Rudolph Cohn, 671 Lincoln Park
way, fined $2 and sent to jail for 10
days. Passed worthless checks.
Mrs. Daniel Malecki, 669 Milwau
kee av., ran away from husband and
married again, police say.
Bernard Perlmann, 3608 W. 15th,
held on charges of Martha Wallace,
17, 2923 W. Monroe.
Earl Simpson, 17, 16 W. 38th, held
to grand jury for murder of Lee Pow,
3037 S. Dearborn, in robbery.
Wm. Martin, alias "Tony," sent to
Joliet on violation of parole. Gave
worthies checks to Reese Jones,
Saloon license of C. Luneberg, 17
V. Division, revoked by mayor.
Place open twice on Sunday during
Police asked to watch for man
who robbed Citizens' State bank of
Cannel, Ind., of $1,200.
Adolph Ziegler, 3706 N. Monticello
av., shot by Rob't Reidle, 3533 Addi
son, when latter was killing rats.
District Att'y Clyne denied that
packers had anything to do with the
resignation of his assistant Hopkins.
American Embargo Conference,
majority of whom are Germans,
found responsible for flood of anti
war with Germany mail to U. S. con
gressmen. Margaret King, servant of Mrs. Al
bert Lang, 5121 Woodlawn av., mis
sing. So is $45 and $200 worth of
Nova Lysazasz. 4, 2648 W. 18th pi.,
dead. Played around bou fixe.
Police may again work ,on Gun
ness farm case. Human skull found
between mattresses in old shack.
Mrs. Louis Eunson, 304 S. Ashland
blvd., attacked burglar she found in
home. Escaped with $300 in jewels.
George Bent, 10, 10820 Avenue '
G, shot and killed Jimmie Sutton, '
also 10, his playmate, with "empty"
rifle he was playing with.
Robert McDonald, 14, 3100 W.
Congress, suicided. Parents wouldn't
give him bicycle.
Granulated sugar went up 15
points to 7.90 wholesale. This is the
H. A. Strauss, consulting engineer,
to prepare electrification plants for
BIG SUITS RESULT OF HARVEST
OF AUTO TRUCK DEATHS
Once more the madly rushing
newspaper auto has proved an in
strument of death. Two suits filed
yesterday against the News and
American indict the fenderless cir
culation autos again.
Oddly the same auto which hurt
Esther Matten of 2724 W. Chicago
av. on Feb. 4 got Marie Klank of 842
N. Christiana av. on March 31.
-As a result of this latter accident
the Hearst paper is facing a damage
suit for $10,000.
Mrs. Klank was crossing the street
at Kedzie and Grand av. when the
auto swung around the corner and
hit her. Her head was badly hurt
and she suffered injuries to her body,
her attorney, J. V. Cunningham,
An echo of the killing of 4-year-old
Elmer Pold of 4807" Princeton av.
came yesterday when the News was
sued for $10,000.
Elmer was slain by a fenderless cir
culation truck delivering papers for
Vic Lawson's sheet just as he left
kindergarten on his way home oa
the 4th of April