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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:02; sunset, 5:56.
A. E. Kreischer, 2317 Eastwood
av., and wife knocked down by mo
torcycle' as they stepped from Lin
coln av. car.
Northwestern Univ. cadet corps to
be inspected this week to see if gov
ernment will furnish uniforms.
Michael Harper, 1638 Elston av.,
found dead while working as night
watchman. Heart disease.
Raymond Craig, 1039 N. La Salle,
fainted in Clark st. car. Taken to
hospital suffering from tonsilitis.
Creditors of H. H. Kohlsaat & Co.
to ask Judge Landis to take bank
Over 250 cans tomato pulp con
demned as unfit for food by federal
inspectors. Shipped to See & Co.,
Arthur Hall filed second bill for di
vorce against Mrs. Mary Hall. Air
leges misconduct '
Unidentified woman found in Frank
Gibbons' room at 1202 N. La Salle,
Dan Harkin, asking divorce from
Mrs. Helen Harkin, charges that she
Over 150 saloon lid tipping cases
put over until April 9 by Judge Trade.
Leonard Olson charged with auto
thievery in indictment returned yes
terday. Second time.
Coroner's jury unable to tell how
Motorcycle Policeman David Magee
was killed at 45th and Western,
William McGrath, saloonkeeper,
mayor of West Chicago, defeated for
renomination by women voter.
Charles Harris stayed home and
took care of children while his wife
worked, he told Judge Stelk. Order
ed to pay $7 a week.
Burnhahn, town of saloons, hit
when mayor of Hammond ordered
water supply cut off.'
Flooding of basements in South
Chicago caused Health Comm'r Rob
ertson to warn against typhoid.
James Johnston, 4752 Austin av.,
arrested. Escaped penitentiary five
years ago. Detectives remembered
Two young bandits got $10 when
they entered flat of Mrs. Alva Wat
son, G040 Ingleside av. fj
Lillian and James Murray, vaude
ville performers, up for trial Friday
for keeping jewels of Baroness Hol
Rob't kean, broker Tacoma bldg.,
arrested on bum check charge.
Henry D. Laughlin, owner of Great
Northern hotel, denied that he owed
son $230,000, for which he was sued.
Postoffice Inspector Stuart said
threatening notes which caused sen
sation were jokes.
Fire in Bride.well hospital alarmed y
120 patients. Put out. without se
i Helmuth Schmidt, 81, sued his
nephew, Wm. Wolf of Oak Park, for
$3,500, which lie says he gave him in
return for care until death. .
Hyman' Hardin, 21, arrested as
burglar suspect, says police pick on
him. Taken 12 times in two years.
Telegraph service restored to nor
mal today following crippling storms
earlier in week.
Ernest Podgar, 4830 S. Ada, arrest
ed after Policeman Charles Lodeing
fired three shots at him. Broke in
hardware shop, police think.
Pat Callahan, Creek, arrested-at
3229 South Park av., where he was
disguised as Chinese.
Rob't Hall McCormick, millionaire
land owner, died at Augusta, Ga., last
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TAXI RATES TO JUMP
Taxicab firms, led by the Yellow
Cab Co., are 'now threatening to
boost their rates if Jhe aldermen do
not come through and kill the ordi
nance that would prevent public cab
stands on the streets. Under the pro
posed ordinance all taxis will have to
be called from the garage.