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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:11; sunset, 6:31.
Cigar store 3034 S. State robbed.
Arthur Pickensv .negro lecturer,
held to grand jury "for murder of
Edna Walton, negro school teacher,
who refused to marry him.
Jas. Laver, 1246 Jackson blvd., in
jured. Horse he was driving fright
ened at car. Ran into curb.
Rose Goodman, 2642 S. Crawford
av., and Mary O'Neill, 1236 S. Kolin,
bitten by dog believed mad.
Maxwell st. police arrested 6 boy
burglars. Confessed. Stole $1,000
worth of property.
Mrs. Berno Evanoff, wife of hotel
keeper, 160 N. Halsted, wants a di
vorce. Says husband tried to make
her lead immoral life.
Mrs. Mary Gallagher, 2441 W. 21st,
arrested for passing bad check. Pro
tests innocence. Roomer gave her
Adolph Stein, saloonkeeper, Madi
son and Paulina, found dead from gas
in home at2222 Washington blvd.
Irene White fined $10 for keeping
dive at 501 N. Dearborn.
Lee Wilcox, proofreader, placed on
probation for year. Charged with
contributing to delinquency of boys.
Mary Shaw granted divorce upon
her testimony of misdeeds of hus
band, a commercial artist
C. Buryson arrested for taking a
watch from pocket of room mate,
511 N. Halsted.
Meyer Kaerzon, architect, arrested
in movie for annoying Mrs. Marie
Bushman, 1356 W. Monroe.
Otto Coltzan, 2057 Lincoln av.,
found on sidewalk suffering from
narcotic poisoning. Refuses to an
Chief Healey asks council finance
committee for money to buy police
stations coal and gasoline. "Light
ing the fires soon," he says.
Not a single holdup or burglary re
ported to Detective Capt P. D.
O'Brien, yesterday, his 58th birthday.
Judge Bartelme, girls' court, trying
to find home for Madge Warwick, 17,
whose mother sent her here to look
for husband married second time.
Judge Landis overruled motion to
quash indictment against Dr. A. L.
Blunt, 9 W. Harrison, charged with
violating anti-narcotic law.
Anthony Petros, Aurora, acquitted
of murder of Theresa Hollander, filed
Officials of Penn. Rd. left for De
troit to arrange for plans to spend
$20,000,000 on trackage and other
facilities for Detroit entrance.
Dr. G. A. Carson, Mt. Vernon, la.,
took wife on slumming trip. Wife's
purse with $10 stolen.
Six glass doors of Kimbark theater
smashed by men in auto. Police
blame labor troubles.
United Societies entered protest
against board of review's reduction
in loop property assessments.
Three of four physicians indicted
for performing illegal operation that
killed Mrs. Stella Cams still in jail.
Man posing at Herman Goodfrienc,
Chicago haberdasher, bought $35,000
worth of goods in New York. Given
good time by merchants. Police on
Isaac Abraham, chauffeur, fined $5
for attempting to kidnap sweetheart
in taxi. She refused to marry him.
James Moran, ballplayer, sued for
annulment of marriage.
Will of "Blind John" Condon, race
track owner, leaves $460,000 to fam
ily. Arthur Sandrovitz told judge in
speeders' court 35 miles an hour was
slow. Must report to court weekly.
Walter Murphy, 1105 E. 52d, filed
cross bill to wife's plea" for divorce.
Says she always played practical
jokes on mm.
Jacques Van Hermet. master lar
guages and once professor in Chic
go U, m Bridewell. Is 80. Alcoholism.'
Geo. Paullin, sanitary district trus
tee, dangerously ill in Evanato
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