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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:55; sunset, 6:41.
Henry Stuckart, county treasurer,
worked behind counters with clerks
yesterday morning. Had a rush.
Trial of Jas. Rowejion, negro,
charged with taking white girl from
Chicago to Omaha, begun today in
Judge Landis' court
Judge Sullivan intimated that he
would grant wife of Att'y Joseph
Langworthy divorce and $80 month
alimony. Statutory charges.
Children and friend made heirs to
$300,000 estate left by Mrs. Charles
Celtic-American Societies of Chi
cago have decided to build first Irish
amusement park in U. S. To be on
John Burke made ass't mgr. of
Hotel Congress. Succeeds brother,
who went to Washington.
Country town representatives to
visit Springfield to ask amendment
for Tice good roads law. Want roads
built through towns of 5,000 or less
with help of state.
Alexander Schulman suing Amer
ican Posting Service for $50,000 for
malicious prosecution. Arrested for
alleged destroying of billboard and
Body of A. A. Brockman, 2152 Lin
coln av., bricklayer, taken from Lin
coln park lagoon.
Att'y Ben Short visited court to
prosecute burglar who broke into his
brother's office. Judge asked him to
defend prisoner. He asked his pa
Edward Ross, arrested for posing
as deaf mute and begging in front of
Auditorium hotel, recovered speech
and hearing when judge fined him
$200. Pine lowered to $25 at his re
quest Otto Perschon, 5404 Dakin, badly
bruised when motorcycle ran into the
rear end of Chicago av. car.
Setrack Alsanian, who killed his
brother for attacking his wife and
boasting about it, freed by judge.
Mayor Harrison, 55 years old yes
terday, didn't receive congratula
tions. Says he will welcome a rest
like an old truck horse.
Joseph Makler, 926 Margate ter
race, injured when auto collided with
Northwestern "L" pillar at Leland av. .
Car wrecked. J
Phillip Manno, private banker, who
recently went bankrupt, discharged
on embezzlement charge made by de
positor. Detectives looking for men who
shot at feet of Herman Heckel, 3221
Wilson av. He didn't raise his hands
quick enough. $11.
William Westby again discharged
by judge after playing violin. Says
he wants to be present at barn dances
in Wisconsin this summer.
Father Jas. Green, pastor of St
Rita's Catholic church, 63d and Oak
ley av.. making preparation for an
nual novena which begins May 13.
L'eroy Wallace, 5959 Winchester
av., left home to travel with show.
Yesterday asked Philadelphia police
to wire father for funds.
State senate committee to confer
with County Judge Scully today to
discuss election reforms. Judge
wants permanent registration list.
Mrs. Flora Clay, whose body was
found in river, suicided because she
was about to again become a mother,
coroner's jury found.
Austin Joyce, 12, 642 W. 46th pi.,
killed by auto truck on 55th st
Driver not held.
Hyde Park Protective ass'n prose
cuted Victor Biasso, 9028 The Strand,
who was fined $275 for keeping dive -
and selling liquor without license. (Jr
Elsworth Dooher, 4220 Calumet av.
granted divorce. Says he is tired of
being allowed 35 cents a day by wife.
Also makes statutory charges.
. Raymond Underwood, 222 S. West
ern av., cut wrists in saloon. Out of
work. Condition serious.
John Farino, barber, 10 E. 20th,
dropped on sidewalk and escaped in-