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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:48; sunset, 5:20.
Young bandit got $4 from Mrs.
Pauline Thompson, agent I. C. sta
tion, 91st st.
Gordon Standing, movie actor, ar
rested for alleged offense against 4-year-old
daughter of Mrs. G. Norie,
4923 Kenmore av.
Mortimer W. Rice, Yale "grad," ar
rested on charge of Cmbezling $300
from Thorwart & Ro'ehling Co.
Woodlawn branch of public library,
6247-49 Kimbark ay., opened to the
Evanston vigilance ass'n formed
to protect young-girls against men's
attacks. . '
Mrs. Eleanor Kinzie Gordon, 81,
said to be first whfte child born in
Chicago, reported dying in Savannah,
Mrs. Elizabeth Lezandrowski, 8929
Muskegon av., fell from chair. Died.
J. E. Crane, Dayton, O., suicide in
Saratago hotel. Gun. Police prob
ing. Two men sought.
Albert Phillips, 442 S. State, con
fessed to robbing house in Univ. of
Chicago district according to police.
Borgheld Bye, 18, Ringling circus
ballet dancer, arrested after buying
gun. Said she intended suicide be
cause man abandoned her in hotel
Dr. Arthur Parker Pray, 406 S.
Dearborn, asked police to search for
wife, Mrs. Pearl May Pray, 27. Fars
she may have become white slave
Judge Walker ruled that state
could introduce testimony of Storen
trial into Erbstein-O'Donnell case.
Aage Larsen held to grand.jury in
connection with theft of $30,000
Noyes collection from Art institute.
Lake Forest and other north shore
towns had poor gas service again
yesterday. Frozen. -
Police searching for person who
threw stone that killed Geo. Gilsch,
10, 303S S. Union av.
Jas. R. Ward returned $25,000
.property to "Cap." E. y, Morrisons
Josephine Hulling, 2, 1722 String,
killed in fire that wrecked home.
Rev. J. L. Backus, Methodist min
ister, said late Luther Congreve, 51,
was sane when he married Edna'Far
rington, 16, at Aurora five years ago.
Congreve's brother trying to annul
marriage so he can get property.
Circuit and superior courts to close
tomorrow in honor of funeral of
Chas. E. Salisbury freed of blame
for death of Frieda Oehler, 5220 Laf
lin, killed by his auto Saturday.
John Fitzsimmons, 2781 Lexington,
shot and wounded in argument with
Frank Sheehy, special policeman.
D. W. Mundt, alias Kenneth Ran
dolph, clerk for National Express Co.,
Willow Springs, charged with embez
zlement. Michael Cintrek, 40, killed by
fumes or small coke fire in box car
on Michigan Central tracks.
Kasimir Rounski, 50, 1401 Noble, ' -hurt
by auto at Clark and Washing
ton. Autoist didn't stop.
Laddie Bulidowsky, delivery boy,
1847 Throop, hurt by auto of Henry
Lartigue, 55, 16 Monroe.
A. L. Clark, Springfield1, hurt by
auto. Driver didn't stop.
First Deputy Westbrook ordered
police to clean city of pickpockets.
. W. W. Husk, barber, suicide by gas
in home of divorced wife, 1440 bgden
Four families routed by fire at 2602
Emmanuel Wall, 60, robbed of $475
worth of jewelry by holdup men.
Army and navy recruiting-officials '
report great success.
Mrs. Harriet Turber Sweet eranted
divorce from Chas. A. Sweetr rich I
ciuoman. &aia ne leu wnen she
sided with son, 16, in quarrel.
Mrs. Irene G. Kuper, divorced wife
of Louis Chas. Kupec married to
Clayton R.E.- Bond, movie manager.
Wm. Morgan, 21, negro, -21 W. 18th,
shot and wounded in fight with..JaSi