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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Will of Richard W. Sears, founder
of Sears, Roebuck & Co., filed in pro
bate court yesterday. Leaves $17,
500,000 to wife.
Armour & Co.'s 5-story fertilizer
plant burned down; $150,000 loss;
300 horses saved. Firemen empiriled
by falling walls.
Instruments of Dr. William Davis
stolen from auto in front of Wash
ington Park Hospital.
"Motorcycle bandit" robbed Ben
Newowski, grocer, 1923 Polk, of $5.
James Keururez, 1968 Lincoln av.,
took pojson in attempt to end life
in front of 1944 N. Park av: Serious.
Margaret Nottingham, 3, 4830 N.
Robey, bitten on lip by bulldog in
home. Dog shot by father, who took
head to city chemist.
Paul Glover, 6611 S. Winchester
av., told police he had captured 5
burglars. Wagon rushed over. Glov
er only one who rode back. Believed
Mrs. Georgia Waitzmann, 817 La
fayette pkwy., found dead in kitchen
by police. Believed to have suicided
Jackson Park Bank, private insti
tution, closed last May, paid all cred
itors in full.
Mrs. L. Michaels, 3850 Grand blvd.,
arrested by policewoman for larceny.
Alleged to have taken material for
dresses and moved.
George McLaughlin, 5343 S. Hal
sted, painter, ordered by Judge Sa
bath to take wife along when he goes
out at night and go to bed at reason
Mrs. Steve Junglas, 1131 George,
took out warrant for husband. Says
he accuses her of being insane and
threatened to place her in asylum.
Petitions-being circulated against
erection of armory for 1st Illinois
Cavalry at Broadway and Cornelia av.
Irene Rudnick, 18, domestic em
ployed by Dr. A. Wyant, 7106 Prince
ton av, took poison. Serious condi
John Bradley, U. S. marshal, ap-
Dointed Thomas Sheehan and John
Anderson as deputies.
Ernest Lange, 4242 N. KObey, in
spector of plumbing, stricken with
apoplexy at desk in city hall. Died
ivirs. uessio nit;e, who ui vun.agui
Milwaukee & St Paul R. R. official,
suing Minn., St, Paul & Sault Ste
Marie line for $30,000 damages. Was
injured when-train hit,auto.
Divorce suit of Mrs. Peter Swen
ington, 4757 Prairie av., cruelty
charges not proven.
William Frankenbach, 19, fined
$100 and given 6 months in jail for
violation of parole. Paroled for steal
Timothy Brink, 6410 N. ClarK, ob
tained divorce. Testified wife ad
mitted package of violets she received
was sent by man.
Mi Minnie Will. 78. 1949 S: Clif
ton Park av., died from burns. Started .
nre witn Kerosene. ?
Elward Kelliher, 1702 Park av., -fined
$25. Carrying gun.
$100 cash and silverware worth
$100 taken from residence of Abra
ham Wolf, 1012 S. Ashland av. Fam
ily out autoing.
Unidentified man killed by Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul train at Glen
view. Clarence Shaw, student, fined $25
in Evanston for pulling fire alarm box
as -Hallowe'en prank. Four others
Evanston fines amounting to $3,000
turned over to city to be used in re
dames wenz, toi i ruuun at., ma-
charged from Kankakee, found wan- QJi
dering about streets in uaK r-arK.
Taken to police station. Brother to
John Forest, Ishpeming, Mich.,
killed by Northwestern train in Ev
anston. Four employes overcome and oth
ers made sick by fumes in Hobbs &