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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:34; sunset, 4:34.
Wm. Ruhmanns, 7, 1009 W. 59fh,
Siurt by auto. -
Mrs. Bridget Nagle, 3159 Congress,
hurt by fall from street car.
John Clifford, mgr. Englewood inn,
fined $25 on gambling house charge.
Patrick J. ("Spiker") Fleming, sa
loonkeeper, 838 Wells, fined $200 and
given 6 months" sentence for assault
on Jos. Davin. Jos. Garrity fined $50
and given sentence on same charge.
Jos. Papcack, 12; Michael Nicpon,
12, and Stanley Mecca, 16, arrested
on charge of stealing from store.
Jas. W. Bruner, barber, wants di
vorce from Mary Bruner. Says she
has bad temper and hates Germans.
Political Equality league starts
"clean groceries" campaign. Wil"
, make inspections.
Mrs. Mary Sullivan, 4046 Adams,
peeved at neighbors, says she will
sell home to negroes only, for spite.
Chas. Murphy knocked Peter Pet
erson's eye out in fight six years ago.
Yesterday Peterson shot and prob
ably fatally woundeed him.
Arthur Van Deusen, Northwestern
student, will have to dive in lake as
result of Wilson's victory. Bet with
Fred Raymond, another student.
State's Att'y Hoyne at Atlantic
City for rest
Mrs. Edith Eleanor MoMahon, su
ing Wm. J. McMahon, son of John
McMahon, "cracker king," for di
vorce, says his life has been one
"long spree." '
Chicago Grand Opera Co. chon
wins fight for 12-hour day.
Myrtle Thomas, 16, 3138 Irving
Park blvd., missing one week.
Adam Dernbach, 150 LaPorte av.,
struck Sunday by auto of Jas. M.
Gregor, Jr., dead.
Abraham Raymer, 2618 W. 26th,
alleged robber, shot and wounded in
gun duel with police at N. Western
and Potomac avs.
Daylight burglars got total of $225
in raids on. three Evans ton homes.
Auto of Isaac Anderson, 608 Davis,
crashed into window of Mrs. M. Mc
Niels Cron, Danish-American dip
lomat, denied allegations in wife's
divorce bilL Says he was good hus
band. Claude TannehiH, 4711 Winthrop
av., given 6 months in Bridewell after
David Fink,- 545 Melrose, said she
lived with him five years and bore
him three children.
- U. S. election fraud probe to start
John Baumann, 3128 S. Komensky
av., held to grand jury on cpn game
Minnie Koetke, 1946 Belmont av.,
tried suicide by gas. Husband, Grov
er, saved her.
John Nelson, 18, employe of Lu
cille, Limited, modiste, 1400 Lake
Shore drive, and $165 missing.
Council committee considering (li
censing professional bondsmen.
CITY METAL WORKERS MAY
STRIKE UNION NEWS
Close to 500 machinists, electri
cians, patternmakers, sheet metal
workers and molders employed 1jy
the cityare threatening to strike.
They cliarge the Thompson-Lundin
administration with letting contracts
to outsiders that should bp given to
the city foundry. Union representa
tives will meet with Com'r of Public
Works Moorhouse today. The
threatened strike has been endorsed
by the Building Trades Council and
the Metal Trades Council.
W. L. Chambers, U. S. mediation
com'r, has appointed Chas. H. How
rey, former ass't att'y gen'l, and Je
remiah W. Jenks, New York Univer
sity, to represent public in differ
ences between switchmen and num
ber of railroads.
Electrical Workers. No. 134 will
vote on new agreement to leave
strikes to arbitration,