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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:08; sunset, 4:57.
Chas. Erickson killed. Train.
Wm. Nevin, 1510 W. Ohio, knocked
from wagon end. Killed.
Mrs. Laura Farmer, Bellwood,
freed of accessory to murder of
Louis Lichtenstein. Husband held.
Small boy snatched purse of Mrs.
Henry Angelo, Union hotel. $4.
Robert H. Sears, policeman, bank
rupt. Assets, $324, liabilities, $487.
Rob Roy Ricketts' case in psyco
pathic court continued until next
John C. Ruel, pres. Ruel Lumber
Co., sued for separate maintenance
by Mrs. Florence M. RueL Non-sup-Tort.
Armed man got $10 from Emil
Kraus, 820 Wells.
Salary of 246 city- employes of
Evanston held. Appropriation kick.
Mabel'Young, maid in home of C.
J. McCoy, Oak Park, accused of
taking three diamond rings. '
Jos. Kuteck, owner of alleged
Hinsdale "blind pig," fined $75.
George Vaux Bacon, newspaper
man now in Europe, missing since
Custodian placed in home of late
Fritz von Frantziu's to safeguard
Robt Rueping, diamond broker,
who was shot -by wife Tuesday,
wants divorce. Says she was untrue
Frank Cavanaugh, 441 N. Halstecf,
drank poison by mistake. Died.
Mustering out of 7th regiment may
be complete tqday.
Policeman Terrence McGrath shot
and wounded Lawrence Keating, no
home, whom he found sleeping in
rear of The Hub.
Olga Schaeffer, 1303 W. Chicago
av., and Victor Odzesky, 1301 W. Chi
cago av., missing. Elopement be
lieved. Horace Burke, city foreman,
caught in city water pipe extension
grafjt, ran farm &t city's expenset
Emory E. Jett, 6035 S. Peoria, sup't
Morris & Co., divorced from Cordie
B. Jett. Said she was unfaithful.
C. Jevne & Sons, grocers, going
out of business. Believed they will
be able to pay all debts.
5,000,000 white fish and lake trout
deposited in lake off Waukegan by
Illinois bureau of fisheries.
Restaurant licenses" of "Billy"
Skidmore, 1958 Lake, and H. E.
Ewohn, 647 W. North av., revoked.
John Strasser's saloon, 3530 S. Hal
Isador Markus, I. Markus & Co.,
and Morris Kraus, Garden City Par
lor Furniture Co., witnesses in Judge
Landis' perjury probe, released on
Mrs. Veronica Bels, 1721 S. Union
av., filed injunction suit to oust tenr
ant, Jos. Wicsicz, baker. Says he
Chas. Anderson, 52, 917 N. Frank
lin, fell on icy sidewalk Dec. 12. Died.
Fourteen people fell on slippery
Mrs; Sadie Bolger, 33, 4118 S. Oak
ley av., accused of embezzling $1,000
by David Holtz, jeweler, 4738 S. Ash
land av., drank poison. May die.
Grace Lynch, 14, Evanston, bitten
by dog. Animal killed later.
W. J. Pringle, 11, graduates from
Oakland public school today.
Illinois Society of Engineers plan
ning state war on mosquitoes.
Wm. Buhrfeind, 50, 6411 S. Lin
coln, ass't foreman Daily News press
room, died from exposure. Fell un
conscious in prairie Wednesday.
Eastland being made safe for naval
Chas. Jlamondon, Jr., son of man
ufacturer killed on Lusitania, ap
pointed ass't state's att'y.
i Geo. H. Graves, chief electrical en
gineer of sanitary district, resigned.
Robbers fot $60 from Goldberg
Furniture Co., 5936, S. Halsted.
Chas. Marundo, Evanston, whisky
crazed, attacked family and. then d,e-
a 'x. g, r TJUt&ca.