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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:26; sunset, 7:25.
Geo. Maxwell, Evanston, dead after
being shot by Alfred Lee, colored, in
Richard Marholz's alleged blind pig,
Mrs. Katherine S. Donnelley, 1110
B. 52d, granted divorce from Benj. S.
Reported Donnelley will remarry
Mrs. Bessie Shaw, woman he di
vorced and who later married.
Five men forced Chauffeur Robert
Jones to give them C. J. Israel's ma
chine, 4352 S. Michigan av.
L F. Maier, 156 W. 46th pL arrest
ed for peeking through window of
Miss Blanche Waldo, 4352 S. Mich-;
Carl Meyer, German student, told
police he has income of $4,800 a year.
Lifted of $1,600 by blond charmer
who was showing him the cafes.
Christian Endeavorers to unite to
banish war and liquor.
Thirty-third annual convention of
National Ass'n of Master Plumbers of
the TJ. S. in session Congress hotel.
Francis M. Sullivan, former clerk
probate court, who disappeared,
charged with larceny by bailee by
Mrs. Nora SiegeL Woman says he
has $2,500 belonging to her feeble
Jack, 12, discovered burgla- in the
home of father, John J. Gibbons, 12S0
Ardmore av. In match of wits "burg
lar got worst of it
Col. H. L. Turner, 69, 66 E. Goethe,
veteran two wars, dead.
The weather may be not, but
Mayor Thompson will continue wear
ing his heavy cowboy hat '"It's good
luck," he says.
Jas. Booth, veteran in Logan &
Bryan's board of trade office, cele
brated silver wedding. Presented with
Ira McDowall, patrol sergeant at
Filmore st, promoted to lieutenancy
by Chief Healey.
Judge Landis fined Nat'l Candy Co.,
big North Side concern, 5500 for
i dulterating chocolates with talc.
Mayor Thompson announced he
will appoint no new members to the
board of education until council con
Arguments against validity of in
dictments against electrical workers
and manufacturers being heard by f (
Daniel Curran, bailiff in boys'
court, presented with baby outfit by
friends when they learned his tenth
baby was born.
Christopher Meyer, 60, street car
conductor 25 years, found dead from
gas in home, 2153 Cuyler av.
Julius Levy and John O'Connell,
clothing salesmen, held to grand jury
for breaking into lockers at Wilson
Andrew Angelis, 606 W. Division,
died of bullet wound received at Otis,
and Division. Believed black hand
Harry Letezke, 1507 Edgemont av.,
reading paper on porch. Fell. Skull
Judge Caverly ordered Sol Wil
liams, negro, to bring in 20 men who
were 'shooting craps with him at 22d
and Lumber sts. Sol arrested for
robbing lucky shooter.
Coroner probing death of Violet
Lichter, 4123 Melrose, who died sud
denly. Thought poisoned.
Passengers on I. C. express alarmed
when open door of freight rasped
along train. No one hurt.
Police looking for 20 electric fans,
worth $200, stolen from Emmett
nickel show, 4338 Wentworth av.
Arthur Poole, 3420 Indiana av., bar
tender, arrested for passing bad i.
checks. Identified. ;
Mrs. William Lardner, alias Elsie
Graham, arrested for violating Har
rison act, released on $2,000 bond.
Fled Klewitz, 1842 Cuyler av., sui
cided with gas. Left note saying he
was in wife's way.
Mayor Thompson appointed Rev.
A. J. Carey, colored pastor- Institu
tional church, 38th and Dearborn, as