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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:17; sunset; 5:46.
Patrick Cullen, 1753 N. Artesian
av., sued for $10,000 by Mrs.- Hen
rietta Borchardt. Alleged slander
over "clothes line" fight
Judge J. A. Mahoney condemns S.
Clark st police station as "fire trap."
Asks mayor, coroner and city coun
cil to do something.
Owen O'Brien gave $10 change for
one of new $1 bills to Herman
Schmidt,, who had eaten two-bit
meal in O'Brien's restaurant 3818
Ogden av. Judge made Herman re
turn the extra $9.
Irving Park residents will mass
meet tonight, Myrtle Temple, to pro
test against A. R. Johnson, who
pleaded guilty to accepting contracts
from commission in violation of law
from continuing as park commission
er. Jos. Kempinski, 4631 S. Ashland,
held to grand jury on charge of mis
treating Salome Kaminske, 14, 5039
S. Elizabeth, who worked in his
Harry Kohn, Tilden high school
pupil, found $50 roll of bills. Turned
it over to police.
Wm. O'Shaughnessy, 3001 W. 48th
ct, Cicago, held to grand jury,
charged with death of A. J. Wilkin
son, 2124 S. Lawndale av., who died
Mrs. F. A. Wattles, 4949 Prairie av.,
sues for divorce. Says her'hubby, a
gauger, couldn't properly gauge his
Wm. S. Davis, paying teller Ft.
Dearborn National bank, accused of
cruelty by wife, who wants divorce.
Says he chased her from apartment,
1051 Berwyn av.
Burglars stole dress suit, 100 linen
handkerchiefs and jewelry valued at
$1,000 from flat of J. M. Moore, 4501
Ass't State's Att'ys A. E. Arkin and
Z. H. Kadow resigned to go into busi
ness for themselves. J. M. Lowery
and E. L. Placzek take their places.
Man, 50, unknown, froze to death
in box car near Burnham.
Evanston club women urge elec
tion of entire "woman" ticket from
mayor to sup't of streets and alleys.
Three companies of boys are now
enrolled for military training in Aus
tin and Bowen high schools.
Wives of naval officers and busi
ness men are organizing for base
hospital work, under direction Mrs.
Frederick D. Countiss, Woman's Sec
tion of Navy league.
Jos. Ferno, 1158 Cambridge av.,
and two companions arrested as
Frank Vincent, former teacher of
languages in Chicago, suicide in De
troit, police told. .
Decision of Judge Foell yesterday
paves way for destruction of 400 bill
BOYS PLAY COWBOY WHEN FIRE
DRIVES HORSES TO STREET
Garfield Park and Madison street
staged a regular wild west horse
show last night when fire destroyed
a barn belonging to R. L. Taylor at
2943-45 W. Lake st. When flames,
caused by a leaky gas pipe, broke
out-175 horses were turned loose to
save their lives. They dashed out of
the barn ih a panic. Boys in neigh
borhood, spurred to activity by an
offer of 25 cents for each horse cap
tured, played cowboy. Eight animals
had to be shot Twenty others may
die. Forty were owned by the gov
ernment. None of these were hurt
Fire damage was $10,000.
Strikers' Cases On Again Today
Hearing ofthe cases of 352 Jadies'
garment workers continued today in
Judge Baldwin's court Every one of
the strikers Is facing jail for violation
of the injunction granted tjie manu
facturers by Judges Baldwin ana
Evidence against them was takea