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NEWS QF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:30; sunset, 5;36.
Judge Mahoney's-auto stolen.
Emil Lehmann, 4650 Winthrop av.,
Wm. Schwenus, 1706 E. 56th, held
up by two men.
Home of Hugh McBirney John
ston, Lake Forest, robbed.
Bernard Knailk, 3859 S. Spaulding
av., fell on walk. Dead.
Dr. John Johikaitis, 3337 S. Mor
gan, wants divorce. Found letter
from another man.
Mrs. ' Mary McKenzie, Clearing,
killed by train while picking up coal
from Belt Line tracks.
" Jas. Sveo, 10th ward politician, ar
rested on charge of selling drinks
after 1 a. m. Juv. Protective ass'n
Det.-Serg't John Murphy, Hoyne's
office, left for British Honduras to
get John Smith, alleged embezzler.
Nat'l Bond Co. complainant.
Fire damaged Hebard Storage &
Warehouse Co., Clark and Addison.
Sixty horses rescued by bucket brig
ade. Police to probe cause.
Rep. Guy Guernesey to introduce
bill for state movie censorship board.
If enacted it will automatically do
away with Funkhouser's board.
Mrs. Katherine Gordon, 4710 Went
worth av., arrested on charge of kid
napping son, Walton O'Brien, 9, from
foster mother. Second husband, W.
H. Gordon, held.
Two safeblowers arrested while at
work in Woolworth's 5 and 10-cent
store Two small boys saw them
and notified Det-Serg'ts McCormick,
Larson and Orazda.
Albert Goldberg, N. Y., arrested as
dope peddler. $1,0000 worth of
opium seized in his rooms at South
ern hotel, 22d and Wabash av. Said
to have comfessed being member of
Five drivers and conductors of the
American Express Co. held for alleg
ed thefts from company. Several
otbfiTs under suspicion, hunted.
Sheriff Trager's men raided Nich
olas Drucher's saloon, Bellwood. 12
men arrested. Gambling charged.
Postmaster A. M. Kloepfer, Win
netka, who has busied himself knock
ing President Wilson, said to be
slated for removal Wm. M. Hadley,
blind, former school teacher, may
Schuettler may name new detec
tive bureau chief at once. Capt Jas.
Gleas'on has inside track. Lieut Billy
Coles considered out of running.
Hoyne said he bought lieutenant's
Well-dressed man, believed to be H.
C. Ward, killed by Burlington train.
near jriano. Moose ring on finger.
Body awaits identification at Clause's
undertaking rooms, Piano, 111.
Threatening letters signed "Ele
sey" sent to Mrs. William B. Mann,
formerly Julie Mannierre, and Cath
erine Zimmerman, 2522 Lexington
av., soon to wed. Police suspect de
Dale Winters, Jim Colisimo's ca
baret star, sang at Hobo College.
They voted her as good as Mary Gar
den. Sup't M. C. Walsh spoke of work
in Washington for Callaway resolu-
Harry Schaefer, an alleged actor,
Saratoga, hotel, arrested at Clark st
and Chicago av. by Serg't Rendeau
on- charge of flirting with, several
passing girls and women.
Sidney H. Boynton wiped up floor
of Gladstone hotel, 6200 Kenwood
av., with Ray Bennett, ex-ass't
state's att'y, after latter snapped his
fingers in Mrs. Boynton's face. Boyn
Otto Peterson killed and Clarence
Carlson badly hurt by Northwestern
train at Farwell's crossing. Both
were Lake Forest painters.
Doctors made new lips, new ears
and new eyelids for Mike Montiferro,
Miles City, Mont., whose face was
disfigured by stove explosion. Now
in Augustana hospital.