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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:14; sunset, 4:47.
Mrs. Rose Springer, 4818 Bernice
av., -wants -writ for possession of son,
20 months, whom she says is illegally
held by grandparents, "Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Springer, 2222 Milwaukee av.
Dr. F. H. Schmidt, 625 N. Cicero
av., fined $25 and costs for calling
Att'y Root J. Slater a "liar."
Civil service board decided evi
dence against Capt. W. P. O'Brien
was insufficient and left it to Chief
Schuettler to decide what to do with
O'Brien. "" x
Infection that followed extraction
of teeth proved fatal to Robt. E.
Littler, son of Aid. Harry E. Littler.
Mrs. Margaret Hare, 2239 Prairie
av., died suddenly. Believed to have
been poisoned by corncakes.
Northwestern Univ. plans to group
all scattered dep'ts, such, as medical,
law school and dentistry, in one big
building on North Side.
Jos. Doubek, member of 37th in
fantry, U. S. A., who was murdered
in fight on Mexican border, will be
buried today from Chas. Kriz' un
dertaking rooms, 4316 W. 31st.
Mary Culhane, 5, 1937 W.J34th,
killed by street car.
Carl Smith, former bellboy at the
Blackstone hotel, arrested in Hender
son, Ky., on charge of trying to
blackmail Carl P. Geibel, real estate
Anna Alerski, 22, 1733 Blucher,
told police she abandoned 14-days'-old
Jack Coe, Chinese, sought for 13
years, arrested in laundry at 5211
Broadway. Said to have illegally en
tered U. S.
Ass't Com. Counsel Geo. Kandlik.
assigned to defend policemen before-
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Gloor have
agreed to make-up and-forget di
Samuel L. Jones, former cashier
Barber Asphalt Co., arrested in Cin
cinnati. Accused of embezzlement
Jos. Steffler, 66, railroad flagman
at Algonquin, froze left foot week
ago. Amputated yesterday. Foot -buried
in Algonquin cemetery.
Wm. H. MacFadden, brought back
from Knoxville, Tenn., to face charge
of embezzling $1,000 from Railway
Health Com'r Robertson threatens
to file suit against So. Chicago doc
tor who brought typhoid fever pa
tient from Whiting, Ind., to Chicago.
Wouldn't give name.
Fred Beisswanger, Justice of peape
at Niles, 111., to be arraigned before
County Judge Scully on charge of
Mrs. Hayward, Berrien Springs,
Mich., filed divorce suit against Jas.
Alexander Hayward. Desertion.
Hayward figured in police courts
when he accused entertainers sat '
McGovern's cafe of robbing him.
Chicago Medical society wants to
secure new pathological and re
search laboratory for County hos
Austin A. Clemens filed suit to
break will of wife, Mrs. Annis Mon-
roe Clemens, who shot and killed
herself March 22, 1916. Bulk of prop
erty left to wife's mother anjl broth
er. , '
Samuel g. Hammond, 5129 S. Car
penter, swallowed three teeth. Op
eration necessary. '"
Peter Von Frantzius resigned as
executor of estate of father, Fritz '
Von Frantzius. Gustav F. Fischer
and Chas. A. MacDdnald appointed In
Police investigating dteath of Mrs.
Alva Carroll, 4816 N. Kedzie av., sup
posedly from illegal operation.
Judge Fisher said boys court de
John Borowicz, 60,v1458 Cornell,
fined $100 for 'beatingand trying to
asphyxiate wife and three children.
Body of well-to-do foreigner, skull
fractured, found by two boys in
Thornton, 111. Murder believed.