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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:29; sunset, 6:17.
Sam H. Monasewitz and Jos. W. A.
Wratkowsky filed petitions to have
Ten husbands, sentenced to Bride
well for wife abandonment, ordered
released to be with wives Easter Sun
day. Edward S. Gard, former policeman,
sentenced to 60 days in jail for con
tempt of court, denied pardon by Gov.
Angelo Lunardi, Highland Park
leper, to stay in U. S. until close of
Art Shade Co., 224 N. Desplaines
St, fined $125 by Judge Carpenter on
five counts of misbilling goods.
William Sabbia, 12, had thigh frac
tured when hit by auto truck driven
by Jos. Bacher, 1249 S. Union. Bachar
John Krueger, chauffeur, badly
hurt when he fell from truck in Oak
Stephen Ostrowski and Ben Tom
alowski, both 14, burned about face
by lead they were moulding. Orie
may be blinded.
John Alexander, negro, 3801 S.
State, shot and killed by Mrs'. Lottie
Overton, in whose home he lived.
She claims self-defense.
W. A. Leonard fined $50 for allow
ing minors in his poolroom.
John Borden, millionaire) left for
Europe with movie machine. Has a
Lieut. Dubach lost his pet Iamb.
Message was sent out and police
searched. Yesterday lamb returned.
Michael Jandon, 5524 W. 24th st.,
suicided with poison. Was lonely.
Ass't City Pros. Burke criticised by
judge when he appeared to defend
man in court.
Body of James Vlasek, 2245 S. Clif
ton Park av., found in street. Police
think auto killed him.
Four Dunning attendants, accused
of beating patients, acquitted by jury.
To he tried by civil service board.
Henry Dillard, 2410 W. Jackson
blvd., shot and killed self when he
learned sister had died from tuber
culosis. Had same disease.
Policeman O'Hara, W. Chicago av.
station, indicted by grand jury for
robbery. Men testified he robbed them
Dr. R. H. McMullen, Denver, arrest
ed on wife desertion charge. To be
taken back. .
Joseph Fritz, chauffeur, charged
with manslaughter. Police say Mrs.
Evelyn Furey died from sweetheart's
Many eggs being shipped in from
country by parcel post, according to
Leroy Stewart, sup't of city division
Policeman Burke, 50th st. station,
received long distance phone call that
brother had been jostled out of Ben
ton Harbor on rail. Was working for
W. Y. Jackson arrested. Charged
with con game. Said to have sold
$1,000,000 worth of bad stock.
r Emergency employment center of
Chicago Woman's club in Stevens'
bldg. closed. Report says there are
few skilled domestics. Obtained
Morris Wolf, 5, 544 Liberty st.,
killed by wagon. Driver ran to sta
tion for protection.
Democrats sto hold torchlight,
parade in loop tonight.
Mabel Anderson is homeless be-,
cause her baby is nameless. Mother,
spurns her. Ralph Rood, 1517 Ard
more av., accused. ,
Frank Lucas, 030 South Park av.,,
struck on head with iron picketr
Serious. Assailant unknown.
Gardens to be started by Lincoln,
West and South Park systems Mon-,
Chicago Woman's club appeal to,
Washington to search for Dr. Caro-
line Hedger. Now in Belgium. j
Jewelry and money amounting tox
$500 taken from J. H. Falkner and
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