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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:55; sunset, 4:21.
Brain operation performed to save
Nellie Everly, nurse, who contracted
meningitis while nursing., patients.
Cabaret girls, accused of taking
$190 from R. Colquohbn, former
lieut., Northwest mounted ' police,
Eight scarlet fever cases on South
Ruth Little, 19, discharged from
Barrett institute for wearing sweater,
says she will fight school directors.
Att'y Estell Aiken failed in appel
late court to get judgments for stock
certificates, money and jewelry given
to Roe Alice Nolan.
Justice Boy.er collected $83 in fines
from Evanston auto speeders.
John M. Connor, grocer, filed $25,
000 damage suit against Elden C. De
wltt, - head of medicine company.
False arrest, basis.
Jan Ignace Paderewski, pianist,
told Poles last night that German's
offer of freedom of Poland is blind to
obtain Polish recruits for war.
Superior Court Judge Sabath and
Municipal Court Judge Dolan offi-'
2ially declared elected.
Woman's Church Federation war
on cheap burlesque shows approved
by Chicago Church Federation.
Woman's City club praised mem
bers of council finance committee.
Harry Moore, United Shoe Repair
ers' ass'n, says several Chicago
shops have agreed to close at 6:30
p. m., Wednesdays. Now open until
about 10 p. m. every night.
"Sir" Harry Westwood Cooper, con
man, well-known in Chicago, given
life sentence in Australia under habi
tual criminal act.
G. O. P. state politicians feasted
State Chairman Fred Sterling last
night. Sterling praised Mayor
October grand jury, held over for
quiz of alleged City Hall graft, will
hold night sessions this week.
Sup't of Schools Shoop out for mil
itary training in schools.
$100,000 damage by fire at 1825-31
Carroll av. Building occupied by
Johnson-Tomek Moulding Co. and
Hockaday Paint Co.
Safeblowert got $100 from Hope
Publishing Co., 5707 South Blvd.,
Geo. E. Brown, former traffic po
liceman Randolph and La Salle, hit
by auto last May, died of injuries.
Tax on munition makers may in
crease TJ. S. revenue in northern dis
trict of Illinois more than $2,000,000.
Mrs. Kathleen Both,. 3706 Green
view av., wants divorce from Martin
Both. Cruelty charged.
Trial of electrical workers and
other union heads, charged with con
spiracy to restrain trade, set for
Jan. 22 before Judge Landis.
Mrs. Grace-Mathes wants divorce
from Allen E. Mathes. Desertion.
Judge Holden, appellate court, re
versed $'7,000 verdict given Lilian
Traefelet, 8, against Chicago City
Railway Co. in personal injury suit
Sherman Charging-Bull, Sioux In
dian, got filled with firewater. Started
scrap. Freed after promising to be
good. , - -
Sophia Varach, 15, 4949 Justine,
missing since Nov. 23, is at home of
glrl friend in Burlington, la. Mother
has no money to get her back.
Sam SenseSti, 16, 4635 S. Wood,
and Geo. Jenatis, 18, arrested as
Wm. J. French, delivery boy,
itor, while delivering package at 52
W. Marquette rd. Adams arreBted.
Stabbed by Wm. J. Adams, negro jan-
Herbert Cirkie, pres. Grand Rapids
Furniture Co., 215. S. Wabash av.,
won $6,000 damages against Marcus
& Klemperer Co. Said they imitated
his store front and took some of his
Rev. Frederick G. Wrede, 5915
Magnolia av., sup't Illinois Children's
Home and Aid society, and Mrs.