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NEWS OF THE DAY C
Sunrise, 5:53; sunset, 6:02. Nick Drucker, Bellwood saloon keeper, fined $100 for keeping gam bling house. Bernard Fender, 3616 Douglas blvd., beaten and robbed of $100 and jewelry in hallway of home. James Ryan, 3950 W. 12th. freed of gambling charge when he told the judge Jhat Policeman Arthur Horr, who arrested him, lost 80 cents in the game. Fergus Printing Co., 500 N. Dear born, fined $25 for. violation of 10 hour law for women. John Dillon, radio inspector for government, left for Milwaukee to conduct tests lor operators. Charles Mitchell, head of Int Pic ture Frame Co., filed bankruptcy schedule. Edwin Clark, Winnetka, filed suit tor $&u,uuu against ueo. uonsaives. Slander. Ray Houghton, confidence game expert, brought back from San Fran cisco. Civil service com'n postponed hear ing on ex-Chief of Police Healey and ten police lieutenants. Ralph C. Bennett, former ass't state's at'y, sued Sydney Boynton for $10,000, following 'fight in lobby of Gladstone hotel. Vaclav Lala, 2322 Millard av., sued E. B. Woolf, real estate dealer. Says he was cheated on trade. Leo Hildebrand, wanted in con nection with killing of Thos. Dillon, brought back from St Louis. Divorce suit against Dougal Mc Kenzie started today. Mrs. McKen zie charges cruelty. Mrs. Josephine Weideling filed cross-bill accusing hubby of seeing other women. Paul Bernfoot, 1114 W. Chicago av., fined $50 for trying to evade jury service. Malcolm Sterrett, Evanston, refus ed 10 present petition to run for may cr of suburb. Friends filed for him. :ONCERMNG CHICAGO , Edward Becker, 1922 W. North aV., and Frank Grouse, 1129 Prummund pi., fined $20 and costs for fighting with two Ohio nat'l guardsmen in Evanston. John Tonstrko, carriage driver, 810 N. Carpenter, thrown from ve hicle when car hit it. Skull frac tured. City Prosecutor Miller instructed policemen to refer all legal inquiries to his assistants stationed at police courts. Cruelty, desertion and drunken ness charged by Mrs. Betty Kraft in suit for divorce from Ben Kraft. John Sweeney, real estate dealer, sued by sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary KehX Says she .lost $15,000 in ifeal estate deal. Estate of Charles Peacock, Jr., filed for probation. Amounts to $220,000; goes to family. William Norton, 1651 W. Jackson blvd., wife Frieda and Gene Weller severely hurt when Robey st car hit their auto. New inquiry into actionsof state board of live stock comm'rs started by State's Att'y Hoyne. Jas. Liapos, bootblack, 647 S. Dearborn, lost $300 to two men by use of haadkerchief game. Albert Budasek, 1802 S. Throop, hit John Hrack, 829 N. Kostner av., over the head as he was stabbed in fight. Both may die. . Amanda Kopka, 16, Hinsdale, held with two men as result of flirtation two weeks ago. N Ben Koch, bankrupt jobber in woolens at 223 W. Jackson blvd., went to Judge Landis' court with $780. Judge ordered it turned over to creditors. Sam Greenblatt, 8 months old, Chi cago Heights, burned to death when his brother set fire to clothes while playing with matches. Frank Gerary, 17, 212 W. 42d pi., and Harry Jacobs, 16, 234 Root, ar rested in stolen auto.