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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO.
Sunrise, 5:46; sunset, 6:06.
David Ransford, 3625 S. Halsted,
got 60 days in jail. Stole from mails.
Mrs. Agnes Payne wants divorce
from Chas. W. Payne. Cruelty
F. J. Taylor, Oak Park, fell from
4th floor, Astor hotel. Hip broken.
Louis Bowman got 14 months in
federal prison. Violated drug laws.
Nick Metropolis, 1905 Cleveland
av., lost $250. Con men.
Elizabeth Oliphant, 2, Oak Park,
played with matches. Dead.
Burglar got $200 from Mrs. Lee
W. Carpenter, 8121 Chappel av.
Mrs. Grace N. Hughes wants di
vorce from Harvey Hughes, grocer,
622 W. 119th. Cruelty charged.
Henry Jollick, 1904 W. Division,
Motor bus route from Sheridan rd.
and Devon av. to loop begins -Sunday.
Mrs. Anna Hudson Griffin wants
divorce from Walter A. Griffin.
Passengers on I. C. road frightened
by boys throwing stones.
Alimony granted Leah Marinoff
Foschel from Roland Foschel set
aside. He accused her of infidelity.
Saloon license of W. Zirzow, 319
W. North av., revoked. Women.
Election board recommended that
Hoyne probe irregularities in 14th
precinct, 34th ward.
Louis Curtice, 10, Oak Park, killed
by auto truck of Public Service Co.
Policeman Chas. Amstein, Hyde
Park station, 43 years on force, to
Mrs. Clara Coleman, 2003 Adams,
says Jos. Thomas, accused of wife's
murder, lived at her home for two
weeks with another woman.
Desplaines st station got smallpox
scare when Fred Gilman was found
suffering from malady. Cops vac
cinated. Marie Garland, 6542 Stewart av.,
found guilty of running unlicensed
maternity home. Sentence later. .
Detectives searching blonde wom
an in connection with Higgins mur
der. Clubwomen want law for modest
bathing costumes passed.
Marie Waiczurtis, 4, 4507 S. Her
mitage av., burned while playing ( ,
with matches, died. ,
Lawrence Bauou and Charlotte
James, arrested together in New
Leonard hotel, married.
O. B. Jacobs, night watchman,
missing since fire at Chicago Copj
Co., 754 Milwaukee av., Thursday,
Chief Schuettler to call on "chief's
Wm. B. Carlile to take job as post
master April 1.
Willis Ellsworth Wright, head of
American Land Credit Co., missing.
Business reported in bad shape.
Mrs. Catherine Keyes, 1865 S. Saw
yer av., and daughter, Genevieve, 22,
died together. Believed to have ac
cidentally taken poison.
City Sealer Morris Eller issued a
warning against shortweight dealers.
Women's club committee has open
ed fight on infant plague.
Mrs. A. Newberg sues A. M. and
Fred Firey, Forest Park, for $4,200.
Says hubby lost money gambling
with Fireys. ,
TWENTY HIT BY GRAND JURY
The usual batch of indictments
against administration friends and
the vice-graft ring of Chicago came
yesterday. Twenty were hit; most
of them are already under similar
Among those named are W. R. r.
"Billy" Skidmore, West Side saloon- v)
keeper; Det. Serg't Barry and former
Chief of Police Healeyt
Washington. Chas. P. Crane, Chi
cago, will sail for Russia next week
to investigate the progress of the re
volution and the stability of the new