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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:55; sunset, 6:01.
Forty men taken out of Popular
hotel, 500 S. State, for. carousing.
Released by police.
Two hundred new citizens given
advice at banquet in Hebrew insti
tute. Chicago friends expected Carlps
Sebastian, dancer who wedded short
ly after getting divorce, would arrive
here yesterday. Disappointed.
Women's Regular Democratic club,
1225 N. Clark, raided as Sunday lid
Nick Zalieczyk, 1322 Bismarck ct,
shot: Told police he was held up. In
vestigation on. v
Mayo Men's Benevolent ass'n met
and pledged allegiance to the United
The Citadel, 1512 W. Madison,
home of Corps 1, Salvation Army,
celebrated 32d birthday.
Charles Arigo, 441 Townsend, ar
rested when he sold $50 worth of
iron to Mose Gerber, 809 Milton1 av.,
for 13 cerits. Stolen?
Tommy McCaUa, 1416 E. 69th st,
found the "first robin of spring" yes
tGrd&y Frank Goetz, 941 W. Van Buren,
picked up unconscious in front of
1149 W. Van Buren. Taken to County
Mrs. Mary Cox, 54, 939 Concord
pi., dead in mystery. Police found
wounds on head. Investigating
Stanley Mierzinska, 1101 N. Ash
land av., shot wife Helen. Both may
Thomas Courtney, 3124 Jackson
blvd., lost stick pin, watch and chain
to holdup last night
John Sherlock, saloonkeeper, 1012,
lost cash register and $50 when he
left bar for back room.
Motorcycle Policeman Jos. White
law hurt. Machine hit curb at Di
versey and Sheffield avs.
Nine negroes arrested in crap
game at 2529 W. Lake sL Lee Putty
booked as keeper.
George Lynch, Drexel Arms hotel,
and six others injured when Yellow
Taxi crashed with auto at 49th and
Mrs. John O'Leary took son from
St. Michael's academy, Plymouth,
Ind., after- she says husband kid
napped and took him there.
Man posing as detective held up
rdtoming house of Mary Jeffers, 1042
Wells. Got $35 and two suits of
Over 100 South Side saloonkeep
ers voted to do away with free lunch.
Sam Paul, 845 Milton av., arrested
when policeman found his clothes
loaded with jewelry.
NOCKELS TELLSOF RIFF-RAFF
. GANG OF SLUGGERS
E. N. Nockels, secretary Chicago'
Federation of Labor, told that organ
ization yesterday a desperate riff-raff
of criminals, dope fiends and wife de
serters is being recruited in other
cities for slugging White Rats pick
ets. He said pickets should defend
themselves if these slugging crews
are brought to Chicago for strike
Posters reprinting Judge Baldwin's
injunction forbidding picketing will
be printed this week and plastered
around the Windsor, Academy, Lin
coln, Hippodrome and Kedzie thea
ters. , "
Pickets of International Ladies'
Garment Workers' union expect jail
sentence from Judge Baldwin tomor
row. Officers state the judge's atti
tude all along has been such that
they don't see any way out than for
some of the girls to go behind the
New York. Sidney E. Mezes, pres
ident, prohibited publication of poll
at city college on preparedne6, mili
tary training, Pres. Wilson's policies
and enlistment of students. Claims
it a disappointment to patriotism,