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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:48; .sunset, 7:04.
Eight public school swimming
pools will be opened to public as soon
as arrangements are made for com
munities Sharing expense.
R. E. Kiftand Mrs. Nellie Kift, 5001
Indiana av., charged with confidence
game by Mrs. May Curtis, 5127 In
diana av., who says they have not
paid for two taxis they bought.
Wm. O'Dett, 3737 Langley av.,
Wells-Fargo express driver, arrested,
charged with theft of $515 package.
C. W. Miller, 5425 Cottage Grove
av., sued by wife for separate main
tenance. Miss Marie Page, 1244 Arthur av.,
20, fined $10 for driving car through
Lincoln park 33 miles an hour.
Auto of G. A. Ames, Southern hotel,
caught fire on muny pier. Extin
guished. First fire on new pier.
Mrs. Chas. O. r-risKy s apartment,
1211 Morse av., robbed of $500 in
jewels and cash.
New case of infantile paralysis re
ported. Three deaths from disease
in Chicago in July.
Evanston woman protests that fly
traps are cruelty to animals. Says
trapped flies should be watered and
fed until executed.
Ambrose Cramer, Jr., and Marvin
H. Frost, sons of wealthy Lake For
est parents, fined $20 and costs each.
Raced autos 45 miles an hour
through Lake Forest.
Max Kazleowski, 3304 S. Morgan,
paid $300 for machine to matte $2
bills. Walter Bleshko arrested.
Mrs. John Weise, 4432 Prairie av.,
Geo. McGowan, 2008 Fremont, sui
cide. Stabbed self with hatpins. Cut
wrist with razor.
A "children's hour" inaugurated
at muny pier, 3 p. m. today.
Michael L. Igoe, ass't district att'y,
and Gen. Jas. . Stuart, divisional
chief of postofnce inspectors, tried to
stage fist fight at hearing before
Com'r Foote. Separated.
F. L. Orr, 717 Montrose av., arrest
ed on charge of embezzling $10,000
from Tulsa, Okla., oil company.
Geo. Wilkens, charged with wife
abandonment and embezzlement of
$1,000 from Englewood" Country
club, going back to New York to ask f
wife to divorce him so he can wed "'
Three field kitchens, value $700
each, donated to soldiers on border
Police of dozen cities looking for
Virginia Ruble, 17, who disappeared
Monday from North Chicago after
accepting invitation to ride in auto
with strange men.
Thos. Bowes, 7605 W. Adams, re
ported to police that wife and daugh
ter of 3 left him. Suspects telegraph
Jas. Tuohy and Geo. Williams, safe
blower and holdup man, caught in
attempt to escape county jail. Sawed
through cell door locks.
David Korshak, who turned state's
evidence in arson trust case, arrested
Minnie Ellsworth, 7811 Union av.,
wrote tax board her assessment
should be $20,400, not $400, as made.
D. J. Foley, Engine Co. No. 105,
discharged from force for neglect to
notify comrades of fire alarm to '
which company should have re
spondedX Fourth son of John Barrett sent to
Joliet yesterday. Father just re
leased from there.
Mayor Thompson flatly" says he
will not be candidate for re-election.
Members of subway commission
deny Journal's story that it has al
ready been decided to turn down sub- $T,
B. Kaplan, 2516 W. Division, un
conscious when rescued from lake
t Clarendon beach. Revived. Went
back swimming again.
Ed Thorpy, 1227 W. Adams, arrest
ed, asked John Adams, 2137 W. 18th,
to look after his wife, 21. Suspected