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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:53; sunset, 5:16.
W. L. Carr, director city gardens
and mgr. city wood yard, lost job.
Council abolished place.
Richard L. O'Meara, policeman, 6
ft 4 in. tall, 25 years on force, quit.
Trial of three Paisleys, private
bankers, opens today.
Margaret Fogala, 2, 3230 Fisk, kill
ed by fire. Played with matches.
Two bandits got $20 from Thoa.
Branham, grocer, 949 Adams.
Governors of Onwentsia club to
vote on Sunday golf today.
Fred Klehn, treas. of TomohawR-,
Wis., arrested here. Embezzlement
Robbers got $300 and diamond la
valliere from Eli Cohen, jeweler,
2269 Lincoln av.
Council license committee approv
ed Rep. Dahlberg's bill to license and
regulate loan sharks.
Health Com'x Robertson denied
new ordinance requiring covering of
food in restaurants will work hard
ship on cafeterias.
Att'v Geo. McGurn and J. L. Kin
der, detective, who raided flat at 653
Madison, clashed in morals court.
Judge Fisher made them shake
Thirty boys, between 12 and 16,
will be forced to pay for damages to
bldg. at 457 W. 46th, occupied by
Jerry Cucharda given life sentence
for murder of "pal," Elmer Carlson,
killed during holdup.
Attorneys for Billy Skidmore fail
ed to get his bonds reduced.
Att'y Chas. E. Erbstein, on trial
with Pat O'Donnell, attacked Ass't
State's Att'y Berger in opening
speech to jury.
Julius Friedlander, alias "Red
Fries," indicted in "Gold Coast" rob
beries, freed on bonds signed by Gus
and Cassius McDonald.
Att'y Abe Rubenstein sued Judge
Gemmill for $100,000. Based on re
mark's made by Geninull to jury j
Five hurt by falls on icy sidewalks.
Wrfi. A. Snyder, mgr. of defunct
Snyder Teaming & Transfer Co., held
to grand jury as perjirrer by Judge
Landis. Said to have concealed as
sets in bankruptcy.
Anna Ryan, police matron, suffer
ed mental breakdown, caused by hor
ror of rats. Bitten by rat last year.
Peter von Fratzius admitted he
opened father's safety box after lat
John Smith, 55, Chicago mgr. for
J. K. Stiefel & Co., New York, missing
Coroner's jury blamed no one for
death of Lem Nutter confessed auto
bandit, in County jail. Urged jail
Only boys permitted to see boxing
and wrestling at Hyde Park high
Auto bandits got $70 from Geo, C.
Goepper, druggist, 1425 W. Garfield.
Bishop Nicholson, M. E. church,
says Dr. John P. Brushingham's
South Park church, of which Mayor
Thompson is trustee, may soon be
sold to negroes.
Screams of Mrs. Frank A. Babbit,
817 Lafayette, frightened holdup man
Losses of Jate Chauncey J. Blair,
vice pres. Corn Exchange Nat'l bank,
caused shrinkage of $500,000 in es
tate; now valued at $800,000.
Judges Jarecki and Trude uncov
ered more fake bonds signed for pick
pockets by "Maurice Broderick." In
John J. Halpin, ex-detective chief,
now in Joliet prison, assigned to
work in kitchen.
Det. Serg't John L. Sullivan and
squad raided alleged gambling house
at room 714, Crilly bldg. Seven men
arrested. Racing sheets found.
Two men badly burned when'ful
minating cap' exploded in Wilson av.
Auto bandits got $110 from W. T.
Adams' drug stpre, 5700 S. Halsted.