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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:28.
No pageants or special observance
in celebration of the "sane .Fourth."
No need of it, say patriots- -.who
killed fireworks industry.
Clarence Smith, promoter, suicided
with poison. In letters he blames
wife No. 4.
Council finance committee appro
priated $15,000 for gas committee to
get expert advice 'on new gas rate
deal between city and, company.
City Treas. Sergei wants new $14,
000 bookkeeping system in his office
instead of that of Comptroller Pike.
17,400 awarded Mrs. Rob't Green
leaf as widow's estate. Husband mil
lionaire stove man.
Health Com'r Robertson denies he
used Municipal Tuberculosis Sanita
rium auto for pleasure rides.
City suing Ponds Bitters Co.. 833
Fulton. Alleges it contains too much
Two employes U. S. Steel Co. lost
lives in Gary. Flying piece of steel
cut Perry Fitzhugh's jugular and
John Anderson killed by fall.
"Scandalous and immoral picture
taken from saloon of Joseph Gthel
los, 210 Washington. Neighbors ask
Geo. Dickson, 324 S. Winchester,
helper on auto truck, crushed to
death between truck and Wells-Far-go
loading platform at Plymouth ct.
Body of man taken from river at
16th. Believed to be A. J. Johnson.
Louise Ashman, Maywood, suing
Robert Breede, Melrose Park, for
$10,000. Breach of promise.
6,085 attorneys in Chicago new
law directory. 228 names added in
Hamilton Investment Co. and C. C.
Mudge defendants in $200,000 dam
age suit by trustee in bankruptcy for
estate of Bollman Bros.' Piano Co.
Federal authorities granted con
tinuance to labor leaders because of
trials pending in criminal court
Coroner's jury returned accidental
death verdict in case of Serg't Lentz,
killed by automatic gun he was
Geo. Miller, 1830 Houston, held to
grand jury. Charged with holdup
Mrs. Anna Borek, 2809 S. Califor
nia, belongs to 22 societies. Charged
with contributing to delinquency of
Stella Kulasha, 14, 2345 Sacra
mento. Allowed her to stay in her
home. Placed on probation.
Probation office report for six
months ending April. 1 shows 1,709
placed on probation and 1,721 dis
charged. Jas. Tyke, swimming instructor,
Riverside pool, rescued Agnes Brandt
year ago. Married yesterday.
Winnetka bathing beach, foot of
Pine st, open June 18.
U. S. Veterans' legion in 13th an
nual encampment in Woodlawn per
fected plans-td muster six regiments
under their banner.
Rake and shovel brigade to clean
off Winona beach tomorrow morn
ing. Will Callahan, 739 Oakwood blvd.,
acquitted of serious charge by Miss
Carolyn Kister, who ended life after
Fred Bunker, 56, yesterday married
Mrs. Marretta Derr, 45. Both have
married children who congratulated
Pres. James, III. "U," expected to
say whether or not he will be candi
date for governor on Republican
Judge Kavanaugh told jury to find
Jas. Turi guilty of murder and to
sentence him to life. Shot rival.
Federal grand jury indicted four
men for violating postal laws and one
for drug act
Capt Streeter arrested on old
charge. He denounces plots against
Thos. Saunders accidentally broke
neck in Bridewell hospital.