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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:15; sunset, 7:29.
Coroner Hoffman learns someone
has been collecting money under
pretense that it is for campaign fund
for his re-election. Asks" that col
lectors be arrested.
Judge Wade discharged Mary Mur
phy, 51, charged with accosting men,
after learning she had been in Bride
well till week ago.
Herman Erhorn sued for $25,000
by Sophie Ostrowski. Breach of
Initial payments of pensions to
Cook county's blind begun. 165 blind
received $37.50 each for 3-months'
Miss Rose Busse, 70, 3804 N. St
Louis av., dead from injuries received
when hit by Elston av. car.
Mrs. H. W. Long, 5401 W. Madison,
testified that John Manusus nudged
her and said: "How far are you
going, dearie?" John fined $25.
Finance committee drainage board
ordered to pay Wilmette $11,389 for
tearing up streets and sewers when
intercepting sewer was installed.
Jos. Jalovitz, 1541 Washburne av.,
found guilty of manslaughter. -Wife
died after he heat her.
M. J. Fritzel, proprietor Arsonia
cafe, 1652 Madison, fined $25 for
selling liquor without license at
dance hall, 121 Throop.
Cort Lindt, 2124 Sedgwick, and
John Pfeiffer, 1840 Hammond, doing
business as Union Land Co., arrested
on con game charge.
Wm. Walters, 9015 Brandon av.,
searched for gas leak with match.
Mrs. E. C. Ruttenberg, wife of mgr.
of Art Lamp Mfg. Co., 1414 S. Wa
bash, gets $50 week alimony, fur
niture and family bull pup by di
Jos. A. Marnon, 5813 S. Ada, and
J. J. McCarthy, 1448 W. 68th, Chi.
Junction road freight conductors, ar
rested on charge of conspiring to
break interstate shipments.
City Cfcal & Coke Co. suing R. C.
Dun & Co., $25,000. Says Dun & Co.
circulated untrue report that coal
company was in bankruptcy.
R. B. Gorton and B. B. Lerman of
Gorton Nat'l Detective Agency sued
for $10,000 by Stephen Hotelling,
who charges that Gorton agency
falsely reported him intimate with
another man's wife.
County board to vote Monday on
plan to rearrange working hours to
give workers extra hour of sunshine.
Geo. Rede, New York stock broker,
shot by bandits on estate of Potter
Emmett Quinn, 450 W. 46th, ex
press wagon driver, shot and killed,
following saloon quarrel with Jas.
Breen. Breen being held.
Raymond Lopes, Santa Fe road
employe, met man who asked him
if he was a Mexican. Told hira he
was. Man stabbed him.
Eight sons from one family to the
front and their sister wants to be
war nurse. That is record of family
of Alphonse Bourdon.
III. Progressives will not name can
didate for governor or third ticket
Physicians' Radium ass'n secures
$250,000 worth of radium for local
humanitation work. Secured money
by chattel mortgage on 105 milli
grams of radium.
Mrs. Edith Berube, 4701 Winthrop
av., knocked out of an ambulance
when Yellow Cab collided with it
while she was on way to hospital,
dead. Daughters threaten legal
L A. Druehl, druggist, 229 Wil
son av., will give band concert and
free ice cream to kids of Sheridan
Valenty Ganzuk, 8540 Mackinaw
av., drank 11 glasses of whisky to
demonstrate "manliness." Dead.
Prof. Rob't Franklin Hoxie, asso
ciate professor of political economy,
Chicago "U," often the .friend of la
bor, committed suicide. Cut throat