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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:38; sunset, 4:31.
Matthew Walsh fined $300 for not
having bell on boat. .Government re
mitted fine for his work-in Eastland
Mrs. Edward Conway wants a di
vorce. Husband threw her out of the
house and threatened to kill her three
J. B. Wilson, Indiana, Pa., told cab
aret singer he is wanted for murder
in Pittsburgh. Police holding him.
Detective Sergeants' ass'nto hear
Frank Martinek, finger print expert,
talk Nov. 16.
Good roads organization ask gov
ernor to include in call for special
session of question of validating two
millions' worth of bonds knocked out
by supreme court
Aid. Kjellander's ordinance knock
ing billboards out of residence dis
tricts placed on file in council com
Examination showed Catherine
Cunningham, 707 N. Clark, died of
Mrs. M. V. Black, badly hurt.
Struck at School and Lincoln av. by
auto driven by G. S. Olson, 5336
John Woerle, teamster, dead.
Thrown from wagon. Run over by
J. E. Cole, Peter Berkley's butler,
back from Pittsburgh with jewels he
stole. Will be forgiven ana re-employed.
Patrick Stefani, 7, 1326 W. Taylor,
had left leg broken. Run over by a
wagon in front of home. Driver es
caped. Mrs. Jennie Rezwine, 1404 W 13th,
who tried to fire house, taken to Psy
chopathic; laboratory to be examined
Coroner's jury decided Will Law
son, 2843 Keeley, died of heart dis
ease. Pound on rear porch of home.
Harry Sang, 56, 5651 Calumet av.,
overcome by gas. Revived. Defec
Health Com'n Robertson doesn't
know what to do with three typhoid
carriers. Police watching their
Ciro Locascia, 820 Cambridge av.,
guilty of manslaughter. Shot Mrs.
Frances Barciz, mother-in-law.
Probate court jury found Mrs. H. S.
Doggett incompetent to manage $1,
100,000 of husband. Conservator ap
pointed. Edward Cotra, nat'l committeeman
from Mo., says Wilson will be nom
inated by Champ Clark.
Highland Park going to imitate
Lake Forest's city beautiful plan.
$150,000 to be spent in reconstruct
ing busines center.
19,000 Chicago employes to be or
ganized into body to give aid in case
Mrs. Ada Howie, Wisconsin agri
cultural specialist, says dairy stables
should have lace curtains. Asserts
cows have temperaments.
Barney Grogan overtaken by law,
Bonds of one bartender forfeited, the'
other fined $20. Att'y wanted 12th
Fifty-seven umbrellas found in
street cars yesterday.
Evanston's three women movie
censors to go on job Monday.
-Geo. Feht's saloon, 3423 Montrose
av., held up by two men. $50.
Mrs. Helen Seenon and Ruby
Everett, 646 N. LaSalle, arrested
masquerading in men's clothes.
Chicago Bar ass'n committee on
shyster lawyers met yesterday.
Eugenic society heard speaker in
Civic club. Reporters and girls kick
Diamond dealers say stones are
going up in value. Blame war.
Capt Streeter of Streeterville re
fused protection of government
against city police.
Paul Ulrich, "LaGrange, denied the
charges made in $50,000 suit of Dor
othy Woodruff, cabaret singer. Says
ha proposed to her.