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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Allied Bazaar profits $535,293.
Chas. Grabble, iron worker, sui-
Sunrise. 5:02: sunset. 6:36.
Robert Cade. 2326 S. Kolin
killed by street car.
Comptroller Pike soon to begin
work on 1918 budget.
Wm. Churchill, 11, Evanston, hit
by street car. May die.
Ignatz Dushinsky, 142 Solon pi.,
shot by robbers Saturday, died.
Ald.-Cong.-elect Charley Martin
still drawing pay in city council.
Ernest Larson, 3101 Sheffield, who
fell from window of home died.
Mrs. June Purcell Guild appointed
sup't of Juvenile Detention home.
Jos. V. Sloan charged with mis
conduct in divorce bill of Constance
Frank Williams, 540 N. Dearborn,
arrested in Evanston on burglary
Michael Zimmer, Joliet prison war
den, appointed warden of County
Frank Renbiaskaski, 5, 8227 Coles
av., hurt by auto of Dr. W. C. Cook,
7359 Coles av.
Chief of Police Geo. A. Lee, Oak
Park, 25 years chief, succeeded by
Peter H. Ripke.
Mrs. Estelle E. Maloney, 1707 E.
67th, said Elbert S. Maloney desert
ed her. Divorce.
Hyman Drain, 1304 Newberry av.,
arid Isadore Rosenthal, 1123 S. Mor
gan, bitten by dogs.
Elizabeth Trancl, 2013 S. Ashland
av., got divorce from Josef Trancl.
He threatened her.
Mary O'Brien, 1016 Leland av.,
fined $1 for spitting in face of Police
man Patrick J. Hart.
Lawrence 0. Desborough, 806 S.
Claremont, arrested on charges
made by young boys.
Judge Stelk ordered Jos. Vorsak to
stop playing accordion all night and
give his wife chance to Sleep.
B. Clark, 4327 Oakley av.; E. Ship
ley, 4250 Drexel blvd., and Geo.
Lloyd, 2341 Calumet av., hurt when
Yellow Taxi was hit by street can
250 policemen will be transferred
Wilbert Bonifield, 9, 2449 Prairie
Stephan Leacock says Shakespeare
Nras '"literary thief."
County will improve 19 miles of
Otto Grousl, 17, 5321 W. 25th pi.,
missing. May have joined army.
Dave Montgomery's condition
worse. In coma. Slight hope for re
covery. Mayor Thompson pleased at su
preme court decision upholding Sun
day closing law.
Tommy En right, 19, and David
Blakely arrested on charge of getting
money by false pretenses.
Harriet Wheeler, West Hammond,
wants divorce from John W. Wheeler.
Cruelty and desertion charged.
Mayor Thompson has turned mat
ter of closing saloons during war
over to Corp. Counsel Ettelson.
John C. Niebel found guilty of
bigamy. Sentenced to two years in
prison and fined $500 and costs.
Mrs. Hedwig Abel, 643 W. North
av., filed $20,000 breach of promise
suit againsj J. Schink, 1722 Addison.
Bomb exploded under home of
Nicholas Delgenio, 2639 Huron. Two
families thrown from beds. $200
Frank Kaltac indicted for beating
son, Karl, 9, because he bought food
-with 10 cents father gave him for
Hvman Galowich, professional
bondsman, found guilty of swindling,
woman of $200 on promise to "fix" a
E. J. McCarty, Chicago, head ,of
Honduras Lottery Co., among 55 in-
dieted in Indianapolis for lottery
Leon Brownsin. 1344 Edcemont
j av., had fight with ja.jpa-In.-law, Mor-