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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:11; sunset, 4:58.
JVIrs. E. A. Pease, Aurora, willing to
live with husband again, but wants
greater allowance than her $275
Jos. Polassik, 1341 Grand av.,
charged with manslaughter. Drove
wagon which ran down and killed
Edw. Danuk, 1206 W. Austin av.
Wladislawa Lezon, 1, 1635 W. Hu
ron, fatally scalded. Upset pan of
boiling milk when left in kitchen to
Blanche Peterson, 6, 3756 Fuller
ton av., knocked down by auto of
Michael Young, 1616 Belden av.
J. Gray Lucas, negro attorney, sued
Bishop Samuel Fallows for $10,000.
Charges three disgraceful scenes
were substituted in pageant he ar
ranged for Half-Century of Negro
Freedom memorial, Coliseum.
Mayor to view film "Battle Cry of
Peace" tonight and make address on
preparedness from Olympic theater
Mrs. Rose Schatzman, 150 W. Erie,
killed self with same pistol her father
committed suicide with in Switzer
land years ago.
Frank Chiavraltiti, once redlight
district leader, entered plea, in federal
court that he was too po"br to have
printed record made of his deporta
$800 diamonds taken from thief
disappear in Chicago av. police sta
tion. Turned over to Serg't Cudmore.
Doesn't know what happened them.
125 students of Purdue university
guests of Purdue Ass'n of Chi., while
here to see steel mills and football
Dr. Elmer Schwartz elected treas
urer Society of Homeopathicians.
E. Jackson Casse Co., architectural
engineers, 53 W. Jackson blvd., in re
Mrs. Mary M. Zimmern, 1212 Ful
lerton av., divorced from husband Alfred.
Chas. Mether, 1301 E. 63d, fired at
when he prevented man from steal
ing J. W. Connors' auto.
A. B. Vassar, 4425 Maiden, presi
dent Interstate Educational society,
537 S. Dearborn, arrested, charged
threatening M. W. Testa, 4021 Grand
Morris Bowler, 8, 5759 S. LaSalle,
dead. Run over by wagon,
i David S. Donald, 706 Bo'wen av.,
promised court he would not operate
jitney bus in Lincoln park again.
Bankruptcy petition filed against
Herman Brothers, shoes, 1134 Ar
gyle. Police arrest goat which has been
staked daily at Harlem av. and Jack
son blvd. -iij
Caesarian operation in which twin
girls were born undergone by Mrs.
Chas. Hanson, Joliet Believed first
first such operation for twins.
Mrs. Euthenna Booth, 55, 381 E.
2dd, dead. Hit by street car.
Tony Cifaldo, formerly bartender
Michael Carozzo's saloon, 52 W.
31st, arrested in Detroit, charged
with cutting throat of Nick Cozzo.
United Societies plan 100,000 men.
"wet" parade for Nov. 7.
C. R. Daily, Blackstone hotel, pres
ident Pure Gold Tobacco Co., sued
for $25,000 by Wm. H. Davis for
alienation of wife's affections.
Fred Hoffman, 62, 2132 S. Ashland
av., bought tin star and impersonated
revenue officer to impress neighbors.
Held to grand jury.
Chicago Lawn's select list of blind
pigs and gambling houses warned to
day that they must mend their ways.
Mrs. L. D. Ream, South Bend,
bride of one day, injured with hus
band when auto was-hit by Burling
Horace Clifford,, Columbus, O., roy
ally welcomed by two men at Union
station. They got his $70.
Jos. Poiazzo, 602 S. Morgan, given
20 years for murdering Edw. Bruschi.