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NEWS OF THE DAY
Sunrise, 7:09; sunset, 4:56.
City Sealer' Eller says coal pur
chasers are being cheated out from
100 to 500 pounds of coal on every
ton purchased from certain dealers.
Burglars got $300 worth of jewelry
and silver plate from three flats at
1626 Fargo av. .
Stephan Hugar, 3, 2021 W. Erie,
porbably fatally hurt by auto truck
owned by Stcanach & Blaha. Emil
Ewald, driver, held by police.
Tony Vigmolo, 419 N. Peoria, sui
cide. Gun. Broke.
Edw. C. Woods, counsel for Robb
Roy Ricketts, says his client is sane,
Wm. Mason, contractor, filed $50,
000 slander suit against E. P. Ren
nacker, 10 S. La Salle.
Skull dug up by plumbers at work
at 1139 Wells. Police investigating.
Chicago Medical society asked
county board to appropriate $750,000
far new pathological and research
laboratory at County hospital.
Jack Hall, driver Krug Coal Co.,
who said he delivered shortweight
coal on instruction of boss, now de
clares that statement false, accord
ing to counsel for company.
Two negro holdup men beat Sam
uel Siegler, 105 W. 45th, into insen
Harry Jones, negro, killed by coal
Elsa Hummell, who figured in Al
bert Braun Mann act case, says she
will become nurse.
Sheriff Traeger raided 17 saloons
in Argo and Summit After gambling
evidence. Found none.
Burglars raided homes- of Geo.
McLaughlin and his mother, Mrs. W.
F. McLaughlin, in Lake Forest.
Mrs. L. Riche, 405 S. Carpenter,
fell on icy sidewalk. Arm broken.
Edw. Furman, son of H. H. Fur
man, importer, 326 W Madison,
charged with desertion by Mrs.
-Hazel Furnian, 6615 Greenwood av.
E. W. Cissna,
Verole Miller, Evanston, held up
by negroes. x
Clarence Smith, bridgetender, hit
by train. Dead.
John Hultman, 3249 S. Canal, held
up. Negroes. Gold watch.
Jury in Judge Smith's court sus
tained will of late Henry L. Hughes,
who died June 18, leaving bulk of
$500,p00 estate to widow. Two chil
dren 'cut off with $2,500 each.
"Fighting Seventh," Illinois in
fantry, home tomorrow. Reception
at Cohan's Grand opera house.
Two hundred flats in district
bounded by Commonwealth av., Ful
lerton av., Orchard st. and Menomr
inee av. lin darkness last evening
when induction coil box of lighting
system blew out
Louis Bass, youth sought for mur
der of John Mahoney in fight over
Gypsy fortune tellers robbed home
of Mrs. Elsie Meyers, 531 Fullerton
av., of $150 in clothing and jewelry.
Robert W. Stevens, musical di
dector Univ. of Chicago, says there
is "good jazz band" music in Wag
ner, Bhahms and Liszt
Ten people driven to street when
fire attacked home of Andrew Mc
Nichols, 333 S. Loomis.
Robert J. Frost sentenced to 18
months in prison for robblhg mail
boxes. Judge Pond in county court set
Feb. 6 as date to hear Michigan av.
John Andrews, 2421 21st pi., killed
in revolving belt at Western Felt Co.,
4115 Ogden av.
Mrs. Marie Guilfoyle Murphy wants
annulment of marriage to Jos. Mur
phy. Married Oct 13.
Myrtle Elvyn, pianiste, to marry
Harry L. Bloch of Dayton, O., Feb. 7.
Mrs. Isabelle Thompson, wealthy
Aurora widow, wanted on charge of
contributing to delinquency of her