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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:05; sunset, 4:19.
J. R. Richards, director of South
Park recreation center, in urging
more playgrounds, said Teddy Webb
trial cost state $140,000.
Marion Stoops McKay, daughter
of H. J. Stoops, 4240 Drexel blvd.,
wants divorce from Lemuel L. Mc
Kay. Says he was talkative and
Janitresses in federal building want
Fred Upham, Consumers' coal
bfcss, boosted as G. O. P. candidate
for U. S. senator.
M. E. Smith, 68, 1833 Walnut, beat
en and robbed of $20.
City council to probe destruction
of pavements by heavy auto trucks.
John McKinney, ex-policeman, filed
mandamus for reinstatement
Body of man found in lake Tues
day identified as Walter Miller, 1850
Lloyd Bopp, under death sentence
for murder of Policeman .Malow,
granted reprieve until March 16.
Marie Ford, 3125 Michigan av., and'
Lucy Diel, Delevan, Wis., arrested on
Louis Adeiman, 64, 1137 W. 13th,
arrested for arson in connection with
fire in home.
Cornelius P. Shea, once labor chief,
fined $10 in morals court. Said to
have introduced man to girl in sa
loon at 120 S. Halsted. -
Mrs. Harriet Thurber Sweet,
daughter of late W. Scott Thurber,
art dealer, wants divorce from Chas.
A. Sweet Cruelty and desertion
Two alleged burglars arrested in
Judson apts., Bvanston.
Street car service in Berwyn by
Chicago & West Town Co. to stop
Dec. 11. Town refused company's
Mrs. Rose Williams, 641 N. Robey,
divorced from two husband, P. J. Wil
liams and Albert Linhart, at one
time. Thought jiret jnairiage -illegal. ,
Howard S. Thompson, who says
he lives in Dayton, O., arrested in
Hotel Morrison in company with a
young girl. Mrs. E. C. Rupp, 2509 N.
Clark, says he . obtained loans
amounting to $1,800 from her and
Geo. Poslucha, 17, 1770 Milwaukee
av., shot and killed in quarrel over
girl. John Mickala, 15, 1417 Lucy,
and Prank Puro, 15, 1617 Girard, ar
rested. Edw. Brislane, 2454 Monroe, iden
tified as one of men who shot Police
man Henry Derrig.
Jondil Sposida, 833 Forquer, shut
his eye's as he stabbed John Maloney,
432 S. Peoria. Too tender-hearted.
Victim may live.
Citizens' committee, headed by B.
J. Rosenthal and Louis Kuppenheim
er, to find jobs for men between the
ages of 45 and 65.
Mrs. H. L. Mqore, Minneapolis,
robbed of $75 watch and $20 in cash.
Health dep't traces 100 diseases to
Judge Edw. T. Wade lost $150 dia
mond stud. Pickpockets.
Charles May, 230 E. 16th, tossed
horseshoe through plate glass win
Auto bandit got $500 from Peter
Kenar's saloon, Hammond, Ind.
Street car swinging into Madison
from State knocked down three
Police searching for peddler who
stole kiss from Ruth Spooner, 933
Election board to begin work of se
lecting judges and clerks for 1917
Interest on county funds, amount
ing to $297,828, turned over to coun
ty board by County Treas. Stuckart
Judge Smith granted injunction
restraining Abe Weinstein and wife
from using premises at 9026 Strand
for immoral purposes.
Mrs. Mary Bushnell was granted
divpxcjB from, Carl .Bushnell, goat