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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:52; sunset, 6:58.
Herman Jaaks, 60, 4747 Warwick
av., found hanging dead in basement.
Had been melancholy, police told.
Aage Larson, accused by Thos.
Popp, 4338 N. Troy, with" whom he
lived, of passing bad checks, re
leased on probation. Danish coun
buI pleaded rich father in Denmark
would make checks good. '
Walter Voss, 1945 Maple av., Ev
anston, thrown from bicycle when hit
by auto truck. Bruised.
Auto of G. Moore, 2456 Prairie av.,
Evanston, stolen in Chicago.
Jos. Petras, 1226 Blue Island av.,
arrested on charge of being so anx
ious to get money on real estate deal
that he wrested $450 from hands of
John Karcus, 1326 W. 52d.
Nathan Saperston, owner of
stores, 3304 Fullerton av., and 2374
Milwaukee av., sued for divorce.
Charge, cruelty. Wife says she fur
nished capital for first store.
Att'y L. F. Jacobson denies charge
of cruelty in wife's suit for divorce
and says she hit him with glassware
which had to be removed from head
Louis Vicky, 984 N. May, stabbed
twice in left shoulder when he and
Andrew Duklas, 2474 W. 17th, quar
reled overbeer, say police.
Heirs of August Blocki file motion
for new trial in suit to win $2,000,000
of Gary real estate from U. S. Steel
Co. Charge jurymen in former trial
Two diamond rings, value $400,
stolen from home of Mrs. E. B. Oyler,
1712 Orrington av., Evanston.
Mrs, M. C. Whitehead, 3978 Vernon
av., wants divorce. Charges drunk
enness and non-support.
Federal government's case against
Monon R, R. rebating continued un
til Sept. 4.
Anna Becker, 18,7800 Saginaw av.,
told police she was held prisoner in
locker at Manhattan bathing beach.
Then told them she was lying.
John R. Kelly, 3831 N. Leavitt, city
fireman, in bankruptcy court. Assets
$45; liabilities, $619.78.
B. Rey, 2126 Potomac av., held for
selling stearets without license.
Cong. Edward Keating of Colorado
praiseu tor successful fight for child
labor bill in telegram from Boys'
Mrs. Ernest Dilcher, 3418 Vernon
av., got divorce when asked to do so
by"other woman," who wanted hus
band. Mrs. Arfna Corgden, 1241 Green,
hit her husband with plate. Severed
artery in wrist; hubby in hospital
Geo. Young and John Willard sent
to Bridewell for year. Caroused in
home of boss, Herman Paepcke, 140
Theo. Tientowski, 1509 McHenry,
kicked by horse. Dead. Owner of
Doris O'Rourke held in Detroit.
Sister-in-law, Harriet O'Rourke,
6320 Kenwood av., accused her of
using her charge accounts.
Two piles of clothing found by po
lice on beach claimed by Jack Killip,
350 Wendell. Clothes started drown
Ray Loubinger, 3646 Janssen av.,
life guard Municipal pier, dead.
Struck by launch while swimming
Robber who beat John McCarthy,
49 E. Division, got $150 watch and
Three injured when Alfred Pin
kert, son of Bruno Pinkert, Cicero
banker, learning to drive auto, ran it
Ida Johnson, 4521 N. Racine av.,
and Mrs. E. W. Reynolds, 840 Lake
side pi., hurt in falls down North
western "L" stairs at Wilson av.
Reward of $10,000 offered by the
Shaw Taxi Co. for arrest of persons
who exploded bombs at their garage.
Jos. Fekete, 7, adopted by Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Orban, 2652 N. Mans
field av., asked Judge Scully to