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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:41; sunset. 6:27.
Shippers plan to fight freight rate
Policeman Thos. Howard shot self
in hand. Accident, t
Stanley C. Moran says Virginia left
him. Wants divorce.
Geo. L. Clark wants freedom from
Tena. Desertion charged.
School-board charges movie cen
sors with being lax in duties. y
Dr. Robertson says muscle paraly
sis is infant plague symptom.
Body of well-dressed elderly man
taken from river at Diversey av.
H. Chandler Egan, golfer, married
Mrs. J. Arnold Scudder, divorcee.
Ina Claire, stage star, to wed Lieut
Lawrence Townsend, Jr., U. S. N.
James W. Lowrie wants divorce
from Mrs. May. Desertion charged.
Lois Frances Farrar wants divorce
from Don S, Drunkenness charged.
Chief Schuettler wants judges to
urge minor offenders to enlist for
Trial of Det Serg't Jas. J. Kane in
connection with shakedown case be
gun. Edw.rM. Tourtelot elected mayor
of Palos Park, succeeding Ballard
Mrs. Lucille V. Ingraham granted
divorce from Ira J. Ingraham, pho
tographer. Police probing death of Mrs. Anna
Swatch, 65, 851 N. May, from frac
State's Att'y Hoyne will ask county
board to hold open positions of ass'ts
Michael Mysol, prisoner at South
Clark street station, discovered to
Mrs. Jas. T. Downey, 1634 E. 53d,
chased Jackson Park burglar. Po
lice got him. Gave name of George
Allen, Roanoke, Va.
Ernest Wallace, negro, who was to
have been hung tomorrow for mur
der of Jacob Levin, granted reprieve
satil supreme court passes on case.
Georgiana W. Youmahs, wants di
vorce from Frank F. Charges cruel
ty and drunkenness.
Burnham citizens want State's
Att'y Hoyne to watch Burnham elec
tions next Tuesday.
Health Com'r Robertson ordered M.
municipal lodging house to close W
Monday. No funds.
Susen and Helen Strabala, 15 and
5 years old, burned to death in fire
in Whiting, Ind., home.
Edw. Healy, son of Police Capt
Healy, paroled for one year on
charge of stealing autos.
Chas. Lund, 4609 Evans av., fell
from organ loft in church at Huron i
St. and Racine av. May die.
Vym. Franz Wirt, 13, son of Sup't
Wm. Wirt of Gary schools, missing.
Yearned for life of cowboy.
Alfred O. Erickson, ass't corp.
counsel, suspended during slot ma
chine scandal,, given old "job back.
Albert Burns, Ohio nat'l guard, ar
rested in pawnshop. Said to have
been trying to sell gov't field glasses.
Dr. Clarence W. East, state board
of health, urges building of state hos
pital for care of infant plague vic
tims. Carl Vrooman, ass't sec'y of agri
culture, says planting of small gar-
dens will assist country during war
W. C. Let, head of Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen, in serious condi
tion in Cleveland hospital after op
eration. " Jos. Moriarty and Emil Cermak,
109 E. 43d, arrested on charge of N
beating Sam Perkins, 933 S. Wood,
Jacob Friedman, 12, 163.7 Hastings," f
saved lives of Mrs. Annie Cherbon-
ski and daughter, Jennie, 4, when
they were overcome by gas in thf ir
basement flat under Friedman's.
Three bandits forced Jos. Moreau,
saloonkeeper, 1235 W. Harrison, and
three patrons into icebox.. Got $77
and $265 diamond pin.' Richard