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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:14; sunset, 4:21.
Wm. Scanier, clerk at De Jonghe
hotel, arrested on "charge of embez
Rev. John P. Brushingham, S. Park
av. M. B. church and mayor's pal, on
job as sec'y of morals com'n.
H. J. Reynolds, 4443 Hazel, av.,
whose machine hit mayor's auto,
fined $100 in speeders' court.
Oscar J. Hautier, ex-mgr. of
Thompson's restaurant, indicted for
Mrs. Minnie Levine, 1249 Wash
burne av., drew $105 from bank and
Mrs. Mayme Powell Sahlih, 1403
Congress, left purse containing
$1,500 in diamonds on West Side "L"
Home of Jos. Mannix, 2242 Wash
ington hlvd., damaged by fire. -
John King, 1256 Cornelia, killed by
elevator at Sibley warehouse, 325 N.
Fred Widmaier, 5628 S. Ashland
av., hurt when street car hit auto.
Edw. Martin, Morton Grove, sui
cide. Hanged self in hay loft
Michael Ronzuloo, 3001 S. West
ern av., accused Beatrice Evans of
stealing $200. Later admitted he
lied. Fined $200.
Mrs. Sam Haina, 705 N. Clark,
mother of 13 .children, accused of
stealing, allowed to go free.
Jos. K. Schmidt, 2137 S. Jefferson,
arrested on charge of assaulting An
ton Jankowski, 30, 201& Allport
Walter Schultz, alias Cullett, 3115
S. Halsted, driver of stolen auto that
killed Timothy Hickey, held to grand
jury. Fred Makovec, his companion,
Thousands enjoying skating in the
Paula and Magdalena Scully,
daughters of Mrs. Bianca Pick
Scully, want conservator for moth
er's estate appointed. Say Geo. Lan
dis, "faith healer," exercises wierd
Influence over mother.
Louis Forrest, 45, 3378 Archer av.,
killed by 15-ft. fall at 15th and State.
Mrs. Alice Black, 914 Larrabee,
hurt by auto.
Cook county taxes total $67,000,
000. Police Sergt Jeremiah Byrne, 100
S. Mason av., dead: -
Burglars robbed home of T C.
Dennahy, Hubbard Woods.
Two armed bandits got $18 from
Chas. Furthmann, private detective.
Bill for 4-year term and recall of
Aldermen to be presented to legis
lature. Gov. Dunne has returned from
Seventh regiment ordered home.
Will be here by Christmas.
Niels Gron, Danish diplomat, sued
for divorce, ordered to have son,
NeilsJr., in county by Feb. 17.
Aldermen prepare fight for salary
Geo. John, 41, got "soused" on
Appellate Judge Holdom ruled
against slot machine.
Paulist choir to sing carols at
Grant park Xmas tree celebration.
Fifteen hurt by falls oh slippery
W. J. Kotzenberg, 1001 W: 31st,
and Chas. Ritzkey, 4059 Indiana av.,
druggiBts, fined $20 each for selling
liquor contrary to laWi
Lieut E. J. Sullivan, 22d st sta
tion, defended Police Capt. Smith.
Said latter did good work in clean
ing levee -district.
CARE WOULD SAVE BLIND
About 2,000 children are born blind
that could be saved of loss .of sight
with a little care, according' to state
ments brought out-atthe meeting of
the Society for he Prevention of
Blindness at the Blackstone hotel
Washington. Public health serv
ice says worry shortens life.