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NEWS OF THE DAY, CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:10; sunset, 4:55.
Con 'men got $700 from Martin
Svarney, 1936 Jefferson.
City Prosecutor Miller -filed suit
against Henry Krug of Krug Goal &
Building Supply Co., charging-short
weight in coal deliveries.
Several firms filed complaints of
overcharge against Cbinmonwealth
Edison Co. "" t
Ten men, arrested in raid on 205
E. 16th, held to grand jury on robbery
Denis Maher, -policeman, filed
bankruptcy petition. $1,039 liabili
ties; $308 assets. Owes former wife
Fifteen members of Chicago
Switchboard Manufacturers' ass'n
and four union business ag'ents on
trial before Federal Judge Humph
rey. Charged with violating Sherman
American Ambulance Corps of
France to open Chicago office to se
lect 40 recruits.
Sherman Baker, negro, hit by
bowling pin in quarrel with another
negro. Skull fractured. Assailant
Paul Shalpa, 685 Milwaukee av.,'
held to grand jury on charges of 10-year-old
Jas. C. Gilmer, accountant, charg
ed wjth cruelty in divorce suit of
Hazel Gilm,er, 4.504 W. Jackson blvd.
Students at Northwestern law
school will -be dismissed for failure
in more than one study.
John H. Gieben, contractor, 3511
Melrose, begged judge to send him to
Bridewell when wife had him arrest
d for non-support 27th time. Case
Co-eds at Willard hall.'Northwest
ern Univ., under examination for
scarlet fever. '
W..H. Clarkson, negro militiaman,
rrrested on charge of assaulting two
omen, Mrs. D. L. Croaks, 247 N
tman av , and Mrs. Stella Stafford,
Mrs. Annie Dollie Ledgerwood Mat
ters re-opened fight to get custody of
"Baby Irene," awarded to Margaret
. W. H. Herse, conductor, 4712 Bella
Plaine av., killed'In street car crash.
New potatoes, $6 a bushel, made
their appearance in Aurora.
Three boy holdups got $51 from
Mrs. Anna Friedman's feed store,
Anti-Cruelty society installed ma
chine to electrocute stray cats and
"Twins born to wife of Det-Serg't
Jos. Beutel, Maxwell st. station.
Rob Roy Rickctts, art dealer, to(
undergo sanity test tomorrow.
Auto bandits held up Herman W.
Buy, 2829 Logan blvd.; John Tersip,
523 N. Spaulding av,; Jacob Salk,
1134 W. 12th, and G. C. McCarthy,
3055 Washington blvd. Got $65 in all.
Three hurt by falls on icy side
Bessie Reynolds, 1525 E. 65th,
who says she is university graduate,
arrested on charge-of taking gold
watch from Bessie Vradish, Oak
Rev. T. P. Bena, Argo, complained
to Sheriff Traeger that gambling
flourished in Summit
KenyorwC Peterson, brought back
from Los Angeles, identified as hold
up ma"n by Wm. Gaughran, Ravens
wood station agent, Chicago &
would-be hold-up men frightened
away by employes of Casey-Hudson
Co., 226 W. Ontario.
Fire attacked Douglas Storage,
Van and Express Co., 4043 W. 12th;
$25,000 damage. Seven auto trucks
destroyed. ) . '
Peter Gentleman arrested as pick
Police depJtNgiven $6,000 for pur
chase of autos to chase bandits.
$100,000 damage caused by fire at
Valentine-Staver Co., furniture man
ufacturers, 1721-41 Sedgwick.