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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:02; sunset, 5:11.
Bernard Spira, 8, 816 Reed ct,
dead. Auto truck.
Earl S. Cass, 5955 Columet av., an
swering divorce suit, savs he never
married Mrs. Wilfreda Cass
Lottie Overton, 3018 S. State,
found not guilty of murder. Shot
James Alexander in her home.
, James Paparasaloupoulis filed first
citizenship papers in fed. bldg.
Mrs. Eleanor Lakins, 7437 Eggles
ton av., dead in bath tub. Been using
electrical massage machine.
Frank McCormac, 1730 Prairie av.,
in court for refusal to buy vehicle
tax, told judge he'd given auto away
and was happy. Discharged.
$10,000 suit filed against Rhodes
Av. hospital by Tekla MaleckL
Charles Lane, arrested for singing
in hallway of bldg., sentenced to
clean Hyde Park station 16 days.
John Rudis, watchman stables of
Liquid Carbonic Co., bound by 4 hold
up men. Got nothing.
Geo. A. Brinkman, defeated for city
judge, Chi. Heights, filed petition for
recount against Judge Charles Bow
les, successful candidate.
Wm. Kaiser, 18, and Wm. Donnix,
50, held to grand jury. Burglary.
Charged with getting $300 from the
home of Louis Eckstein in Ravinia.
Cus Glinke, Steger, III., arrested on
abandonment charge, said he "was
most nagged man on earth."
City to refuse inspections and deny
permits for electric lights unless fees
paid in advance. Over $24,000 due
John Conzo, Rock Island, III., and
Harry Bowles, Milwaukee, picked up
in different places, undressed. Warm
weather excuse. Bridewell hospital.
Libel filed against 105 bottles of
asperin by U. S. Att'y Clyne. May
i. Andrew Streky, Ottawa, III., fined
$1,000. Sent to Grece for alien on
his promise to work for year, violat
ing U. S. law.
Eli Stoner, Pullman porter, sent to
Bridewell for 3 mo. Serious charge.
Ball game to decide championship
of city hall between health and elec
trical dep'ts, Saturday at Sox park.
Mrs. Leah P. Ragan, recently re
leased from Kankakee, given all the
rights of sane person by Judge Wil
Mrs. Grace Hennessey paroled for
year. Left 2-mo.-old baby on door- )
step when abandoned by husband.
Mrs. Minnie Linn, 114 N. Robey,
found dead. Gas. Husband says ac
cident Charles Burns, 27 E. Grand av.,
gave self up. Wanted in federal dope
crusade. Bridewell hospital for treat
ment Scott Spencer, incurable at Oak
Forest infirmary, found dead with
sock and two handkerchiefs about his
Mrs. Minnie Erwin suing for di
vorce. Says husband, Jeremiah, has
not kissed her for six years.
Theodore Buch suing Fletcher Dob
yns for $50,000. Alleges slander in
statements to civil service commis
sion, Sept 2.
Year-old Sadie Leiberman, 1744
Polk, pulled hose from gas burner.
Litigation over $600,000 estate of
Robert Law, coal merchant, ended.
Widow winner in suit to break will.
John Kosko, 14, 2238 Clybourn av.,
drowned in north branch of river.
Mrs. L. Dooge, 7614 S. Laflin, at
tacked by negro who caught her in
DISCUSS WAGES TODAY
The question regarding working
conditions were taken up and dispos- ")
ed of at the meeting betwe'en heads
of "h" lines and committee from the
"L" employes' union yesterday. To
day the wage question will be dis
cussed. Both sides expect a long
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