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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO '
Sunrise, 6:55; sunset, 5:12.
Leo Harder, 4201 S. Washtenaw
av., shot and wounded. Cbas. Gai
clis, 4551 Maplewood av., held by police-Frank
Pulaski and family, 1841 N.
Talman, driven to street by fire. $600
Two-weeks'-old baby found dead
m rear of Chicago Surface Lines'
blacksmith shops, 2341 Ogden av.
Twenty persons driven from tene
ment when fire broke out in home of
Chas. Franz, 6931 Hermitage av.
Two-tKirds of objectors to Mich
igan boulevard link have withdrawn,
Ass't County Judge Pond announced.
$500 worth of clothing, face pow
der and rouge stolen from freight
train in Archer av. yards.
Jos. Tabor, 5109 Lincoln av., mis
took nicotine for whisky. Dead.
Maximilian Bulske, bldg. contrac
tor, sued for divorce by Irene Bulske.
Mrs. Lena Barr, 1828 Turner av.,
sued poolroom and restaurant own
ers to recover money lost in dice
games by husband, Geo. Barr. De
fendants: Bolotin & Klein, 3159 12th;
Barney Ehrlich, 3253 12th, and Ju
Augustus McClain, 2710 Indiana
- av , wants divorce from Gertrude.
Says she left him because he snored.
Alfred O. Erickson, ex-ass't corp.
counsel, ousted during slot m'achine
quiz, exonerated by Percy Coffin,
civil service head.
Jury exonerated Jas. Karas, caught
carrying gun, and was criticized by
Judge Kearns. Second jury called.
Karas fined $100
Fred A. Brown, sec'y to late State
Sen. A. J. Olson, wanted in connec
tion with shortage in Olson estate,
now wanted for bigamy. Said to have
W. S. Snorf, sup't Chicago av. pos
tal station, accused in anonymous
letter of burning up cats, admitted
he threw live rats into fire.
Eight hurt by falls on icy side
walks. John T. Rosebrook, 1918 N. Keeler
av., employe Chicago, Milwaukee &
St Paul road, missing.
Judge Fisher freed Philip Edelson,
liquor dealer, and Anna May Leon
ard, 4101 Grand blvd., accused by
Mrs. Edelson of living together.
18,064 newx voters registered yes
terday. Total is now 828,079.
Council terminals committee ap
proved Aid. Geiger's plan to electrify
L C. road.
Ruby Powell, Flint, Mich., young
girl, swallowed poison on Madison
street car. May die.
Chas. M. Hayes re-elected pres.'of (
Chicago Motor club over John W.
Holdup man killed by Policeman
Laurell believed to have been Chas.
Sengster, alias Lloyd Health.
Jas. M. Stevens, auditor, says firm
of Von Prantzius & Co. was $400,000
short in accounts Jan. 17. s
North Central Business District
ass'n, backed by North Shore mil
lionaires, plan vigilance society to
protect "gold coast" against-burg-lars.
Herman Hauptman, 708 Oakdale
av., found living with niece, Theresa
Hauptman, 16. Said to have wife and
family in Pittsburgh.
Judge Kearns fined three butchers
$25 each on shortweigHt charges.
They were:jGeo. Debonis, 1605 Wa
bash; Isadore Kohn, 3459 Southport
av., and J. J. Trinkle, 1612 Devon av.
Era Bond, Minneapolis millionaire,
wanted in connection with auto
thieves' trust charges, to be brought
John F. Shakespeare given custody
of baby born to him by Gladys Sand
ley, wife of Elmer Sandley.
Lonesome club gave dinner dance
John J. Loftus, 32, 224 W. 60th, ar
rested on charge of embezzling
$1,000 on complaint of Painters, De-
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