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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise,7:12; sunset, 4:52. .
Auto bandits robbed drug storeof
Morris Zoub, 1359 N. Maplewood av.,
Enoch Sayhr, 5656 Chicago- av.,
lost $170 to two robbers who raided
Ed. Richgruber, 2454 North av.,
trapped when he represented him
self as cop to Lawrence Snyder, 24
Mrs. E. W. Steels, 449 Deming pi.,
called police to- remove baby from
porch. They found baske full of
Police seeking man who assaulted
Mrs. Albie Schultz, 5617 S. Win
chester av., while posing as gas in
spector. Morris Thiel, saloonkeeper, 433
Wells, found hanging to rafter in
basement after he was missing two
Seven Bohemians arrested as they
nearly precipitated a riot at mock
funeral commemorating death of
Emperor Francis Joseph.
Mrs. F. A. Fisher, severely cut
when taxi she rode in crashed with
Mrs. Christina Thour, 71, 444 Con
ner, had hip fractured by fall to slip
Wilbur Glenn Voliva, overseer of
Zion urged doctors to get busy and
Frank Stanley, Jas. Kelly and Ed
Castle identified as members of hold
up gang by victims.
Mrs. Bella Switzer, 2814 Abbott
ct, suicide. Chloroform.
Charles Berglund, 922 Windsor,
' dead after fall to icy pavement. Skull
Jean Freeman, Willard hall, North
western Univ., caught scarlet feveiv.
Her dormitary may be quarantined.
Man giving name Rob Roy Rick
etts arrested for kidding policeman.
Art dealer denied it was he.
, Hobo church inaugurated yester
day at 917 W, Washington 'blvd.
Jos. McLaughlin, 3558 Emerald
av., complained that man fired bul
let at him" through window of his
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GERMANS VICTORS IN MINOR
Berlin, via Sayville Wireless.
Successful engagements in eastern
Carpathians reported. West of Fried
richstadt Russian attacks by raiding
detachments were repujsed.
North of Oitoz valley there was a
temporary increase in artillery activ
ity on both sides. eWst of Panciu
hostile company attacked1 protecting
positions on Putna river and was re-'
Repulse of "minor .English attack''
in hand grenade engagement near
Lens announced. Capture 6f several,
Freeh soldiers ad machine gun by
Germa reconnoiterinjj detachments
whiph made short advances into hos
tile positions near Bezonvaux' and
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SUNDAY SAVES THEM FOR LESS
THAN A DOLLAR IN BOSTON
Bcfcton, Jan. 22. Billy Sunday,
with a certified check for $50,828.64
and a total list of 63,716 Boston trail
hitters in his pocket, left Boston
early today. The personal collection
only was behind that of other cities,
but it is believed later receipts will
bring this also to the top of the list
One hundred thousand endeavor
ed to get into the tabernacle for one
of-the four meetings yesterday. The
collections had to be carried to the
bank in a huge sack by two stalwart
United States is the world's great
est importer of hides and skins, de
spite that it raises more cattle than
any other nation except India..
Magnetized plates to be fastened
to a finger with clips, have been in
vented to save carpenters time ia
picking up1" nails,