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NEWS OF THE DAY
Sunrise, 4:15; sunset, 7:23.
Ernest Nadler sued for $10,000 by
' Max Zerke. Alleged assault:
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alma, St Paul,
held. She's charged with taking
$450 from employer and tie" with re
ceiving stolen property.
Police looking for John Matuses,
5432 Princeton av., who may take his
Robert Plummer, 823 Oakwood
blvd., fined $25. Wife-beater.
Harry O'Shea, well from suicide
attempt with gas(now faces charge
of murdering 3-year-old daughter,
who died when he turned it on.
Ignatz Miklaszewski, 2820 Throop,
couldn't get work. Cut throat Se--rious.
Mrs. Clara Stark, 2053 Washing
ton blvd., fined $10 for striking boy
with dog whip.
Hugo Krause, former alderman,
heads eligible list for superintenden-
cy of municipal pier.
Jonas Petraszewicze got license
to wed Stefania Ivaskeviexinte. She
is happy over shorter name.
Body of woman, believed to be
Mary Peats, 816 Wolfram, taken
from lake. Miss Peats became in
sane over death of sister.
End of $100,000 libel suit of Chat
tanooga Medicine Co. against Amer
ican Medical ass'h for their condem
nation of Wine of Cardul near end.
"Inspired" by preparedness parade
W. K. Walt took out citizenship pa
pers. Yesterday greatest day in marriage
license office. 369 couples called.
One juror, still lacking to try 'Will
Orpet, charged with murder af Ma
Chicagoans at dinner bid good bye
to Bishop McDowell. Ordered to
Mrs. Dooley quarreled with hus
band and went to live with friends at
2669 Orchard. Friend dreamed she
was dying. Went to room and found
gas turned on. Life savefi.
Sigmund Holtz, 6, 4733 & Ashland
shot self playing with father's gun.
Municipal favorite sons, to offer
Mayor Thompson as- presidential
possibility to convention.
Chief Mealey expects to make the
Coliseum his headquarters during
Leo Weichbrodj 5, 1519 S. 58th av.,
dead. Bonfire. Fringe on Indian
John Gleaspn, just missed by taxi,
smashed window with cane. Ar
rested. Mayor discharged five obligations
yesterday. Chief Healey appointed
five men morals inspectors.
"Boy with gun forced conductor of
22d st car to hand him $10 last night
Carl Olsen, Swedish, wants to
change name to Marcus Neslo.
Military science to be taught at
Loop crossings guarded by 25 extra
traffic cops until midnight to prevent
Anton Cermak bailiff municipal
court, wants public library branch in
City Hall for jurors, city and county
Mayor closed 3 saloons yesterday.
NICK LONGWORTH SLIPS ONE
OVEj ON REPORTERS
Alice Roosevelt Longworth coaxed
her husband, Congressman Nick
Longworth, into holding hands with
her French maid on their arrival
here in order to deceive a flock of
newspaper photographers who were
on the job to snap the colonel's
Several of the snapshot artists fo
cused through the fog and gloom
and brought back to their city edi
tors pictures of the maid. None of
them appeared in print today.
While Longworth was walking:
along with the maid, Mrs. Long
worth dodged into the crowd and
made her way to her hotel alone.