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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7; sunset, 4:20.
Dr. A. L. Blunt and Druggist W. E.
Wallace up for sentence before Judge
Landis Dec. 4. Convicted of Harrison
Robberies: G. W. Teller's home,
4405 Berkeley av., $570; B. O. Hube
bhwen's home, 800 George, $122; H.
Thomas, 5221 S. Park av., $119.
Ravenswood club disbands. Masons
have acquired its clubrooms, 4551 N.
Paul Rustam, Persian, who stab
bed Clarence Guinan, janitor, to
death as he slept in basement at 664
N. Clark, held to grand jury. Con
fessed. Bertha Proz, domestic in home of
Mrs. Thomas M. Hoyne, 410 Diversey
pkwy., dead. Burned when clothes
caught fire in laundry.
Marius Greenspan, 225 N. Cicero
av., sued for $10,000. Alice Plain,
1828 Larchmont, hurt by auto.
Herbert Huntley, student, 4019 Cal
umet av., held to grand jury. Boy,
12, told serious story.
Fay Jeffers, 4001 Grand blvdv book
ed for robbery. Two pals also locked
Otto Meyer, 4926 Princeton av.,
fined $5 for speeding in auto of Con
gressman "Uncle Joe" Cannon.
Harry A. Tatman and wife, 6629
Lowe av., filed petition asking leave
to adopt Florence Moeller, 8 weeks
old, of 1449 W. 71st st
James Addyman, 351 E. 116th, held
to grand jury on assault charge. Sa
Former Judge Arba M. Waterman
adjudged feeble-minded. Conservator
placed over his $125,000 estate.
Alice Gulbert, 4, 6215 Washington
blvd., Oak Park, dead from rabies.
Bitten by stray dog two months ago.
Mrs. Samel ia Vosella, 1051 N. 21st
av., Melrose Park, freed on "witch
craft" charge of neighbors.
Temple Harris, former lawyer and
wealthy real estate man, died of pa
ralysis. Has been peddler for years.
"Miss Addams resting comfort
ably" latest report of Hull House
leader's condition at Presbyterian
Charles Creighton, broker, 218 S.
Grove av., Oak Park, died at dinner
table. Heart disease or blood clot
Mrs. Julia Burdick, 1022 W. 75th,
under investigation after suspicious
blaze in home.
Charles L Andrews and Harry
Taylor, both of 6161 Wentworth av.,
arrested while fighting.
Mrs. John Gibson, 71, 957 Belden
av., found dead sitting in chair at
home. Heart disease.
Helen Reitnerbach, maid in home
of Att'y Max N. Block, 1085 W. 12th,
bound and gagged by robbers who
John Liskowic, 28, 2478 Blue Island
av., burglar, shot while trying to
enter house in Oak Park, dead.
Mrs. Hazel Diaz, 326 S. California
av., told court she was beaten three
times a week. Got divorce.
James M. Dahm, 3123 M off art, held
up by gunman in daylight. Ran, sav
Rose Ellie, gypsy, sent to Bridewell
for month. Charged with picking -pockets.
Curley Millard, 831 W. Madison,
captured in alleged attempt to rob
jewelry store at 1252 W. Madison.
Ben Steacy 70, and wife Josephine,
66, of 322 E. 60th, arrested on com
plaint of janitor. Broke window
while fighting, he says.
Oscar Block, member board of
managers of Prosperity Expo, at Chi
cago av. and lake front, bankrupt ,
Assets $58, liabilities $17,567.38. .'
Jerry Van Buskirk, invalid in Rail- v
road Men's home, Highland Park, lost""
$82 to sneak thief.
Fungus has killed 16,000 chestnut
trees in the east But the vaudeville
stage never did worry about having "
to use an old crop. -J