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Sunrise, 4:42; sunset, 7:10.
Milton D. Wormer, vice president
Falls, Wonnser & Co., 10 W. Kinzje,
sued for $25,000 by Mrs. Graco B.
Mrs, Helen A. Lee wins $500,000
suit from widow of her uncle, Tbos.
Cook county real estate valued at
$2,604,929,907 by assessors, $329,
455,611 Increase over previous valua
tion. Marie Cucic, 6, 1821 W. 22d,
knocked down by auto driven by Miss
Bertha Lurie.1810 Blue Island av.
John Mark, 11, 927 E. 40th, riding
bike, hit by auto of R. G. Mills, 4816
Dorchester av. Injuries serious.
R. M. Yost, 2136 S. Homan av., ar
rested, charged with stealing five
electric fans from Americus theater,
3437 Ogden av.
Chas. Burton, 311 W. Chicago av.,
and Dennis Cossey, 516 W. Chicago
av., negroes, charged with robbing
Harlem av. Oak Park "W station.
Held to grand jury.
False alarm turned in from Cri
terion theater, 1220 Sedgwick. Panic
among pupils Lane Tech summer
school across street
Edw. Breck, 1736 S. Erie, alleged
to be one of six who robbed three
Daily news circulation men, arrested.
Unidentified Italian killed while
jumping Great Western train at For
Hans Boecklin, 610 Webster, willed
body to science. Swallowed poison
Frank P. Graves, mysteriously shot
in his Lake Forest garage, left $450,
Nicholas Marzen, owner meat
market, 913 W. 35th, fairly wealthy,
arrested with two raen, charged with
burglary. Recently pardoned after 14
years in pen for murder.
Ben Boyce, son of W. D. Boyce,
publisher, sued for divorce and ali
mony. "Cruelty and general carous
THE DAY CONCERNING
Panic in Eden theater, 2409 W.
Harrison, when someone cut wire,
making house dark.
Dan'l Reilley, leader of boy band
ot auto robbers, held to grand jury
for murder of Jos. Mozier, saloon
keeper, 4632 S. Western av.
WOMAN CRUSHED UNDER TRAIN
AT GRADE CROSSING
Another victim was added fo the
long list which the Chicago & North
western railroad has made at grade
crossings In the past few years. Mrs.
Trevor M. Caven, 820 Addison st,
was probably fatally injured when a
train struck the auto in which she
was riding with her husband last
night at Ridge av., Winnetka.
Caven says he looked carefully for
a train and, seeing the gates raised,
started across the .tracks. Santo
Garcia; crossing watchman, was
locked up last night
WOMEN WANT LARGER SHARE IN
' SCHOOL INQUIRY
A new row started between the
school board members when it was
found that the body through which
the school board will iinvestigate it
self contained only one woman, Mary
Mrs. Gertrude Howe Britton pro
tested for the women. William Roth
mann, woh presented the motion to
name the committee as it stands said
no slight was intended. But the per
sonnel! of the committee remained
the same. -
New York, July 31. Mrs. Caroline
Giddings Rogers received her final
decree of divorce from Lbrlys Elton
Rogers, whose dual married life was
exposed by Ida Snlffen Walters in
poisoning herself and her two chil
dren. It is believed that Rogers and
Mrs.' Walters, who" Is soon to become
a mother again, will be married in a