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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:25; sunset, 5:40.
Edw. Murphy, 14, 500 W. 37th,
caused panic in "movie," 3520 S.
Halsted, by exhaling kerosene fumes
and lighting them with match.
Jewelry stolen from flat of Frank
J. McCann, 1125 E. 62d.
Bomb shook Elmhurst apt. bldg.,
Wrightwood and Lake View avs.,
- w owned by George J. Williams, foe of
Mrs. Helen Dougdale.'midwife, 749
W. North av., held to grand jury after
inquest Into death of Marie Benzing,
e 2220 Belle Plaine av., who died from
Lieut A. S. Carey, Rogers Park,
member of French army, killed in
Dr. Louis F. Ceiger sued for di
vorce. Wife charges cruelty.
Robert L. Pitte, aged private bank
er, told story of bank failure in Judge
Judge Sabath refused to take Mar
i jorie Delbridge "from custody of ju
Henry Smith, 2502 Smalley ct,
! shot and wounded by auto bandits,
Two armed men robbed Wm. Pro-
- jonski, 907 S. Hermitage av., of $32.
I Navy dep't ordered recruiting
: agents to get 10,000 men of previous
experience for naval reserve imme
diately. ' Lawrence Keller, 2900. S. Union
av., found dead. Gas.
Auto bandits got $87 in Consum
ers' Butter Co., 5258 Indiana av.
Policeman Jas. E. Harris fired on
charge of insulting Florence Web
ster, 5911 Wabash av.
; Edw. J. Padden, deputy city clerk,
will probably fill vacancy caused by
death of John Siman. Ex-Aid. John
j Badenoch would like job.
Graham Taylor, pres. Chicago
: School of Civics and Philanthropy,
hurt by auto.
City Hall to close Saturday, day of
City Clerk John Siman'S funeral.
Mrs. Kate Shirley, 50, San Diego,
Cal., denied engagement to Horace
Jackson, aged broker.
Chas. Scollay, A. P. Hill and Frank
Leonard booked in connection with
thefts from American Express Co.
Policemen Ernest Scholeman, P.
J. Keane, Dominick Cafferata, Edw.
Brady and Michael Flannery fired
from force. Drinking.
Mrs. Helen Krueger and Carl
Sterling caught living together at 742
N. Dearborn. Arrested on complaint
of her husband, Karl Krueger, 600 N.
Dearborn. Their baby, found on
School Trustee John W. Eckhardt
wants school children protected from
Frank Kosel, 2123 Fairfield av., lost
$180. Con men.
Members of I. N. G. who, failed to
report for recent inspection face se
Negro got $14 from J. L. Franken
stejn' saloon, 858 Orleans. Police
seeking Allen Beaumont
Cong. Foss to introduce bill to add
150 acres to Lake Bluff training
Geo. E. Jansen, university gradu
ate, and $700 disappeared simultan
eously from Automatic Screw Ma
chine Products Co.
Mike Boyle will not take stand at
trial in federal court.
Everett Literary Society of 1872
met at Union League club.
Frank A. Vogler may be picked by
G. O. P. county, committee as candi
date for city clerk.
Chicago Telephone Co. gave city
check for $273,898, 3 per cent of the
company's gross receipts for six
months ending Dec. 31, 1916.
Public works dep't receiving bids
for construction of Franklin-Orleans
$8,000,000 income tax gain expect
ed by collector of internal revenue.
Mrs. Priscilla, Gibson, 4809 Park
av., and Frank W. Gibson clashed