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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Alma P. Kelly, widow of to
bacco maker, Bent to Elgin asylum
by sisters, ordered released by Judge
Cooper. Habeas corpus hearing set
for Sept 19.
One hundred Persians asked revo
cation of poolroom license of Baba
Sargis and Karem Joseph, 664 N.
Clark. Say they objected to religious
Philip D'Andrea, brother of An
thony D'Andrea, missing. Accused
of passing bad check at Welch's sa
loon, Randolph and Clark. '
Chas. Henney filed a petition to
compel civil service board to rein
state him to fire dep't Fired in 1900.
John A. Reddy, policeman, 733 S.
Dearborn, sued for divorce. Wife
charges cruelty. Says he's worth
Martin Danielson, 3572 Medill av.,
got from 1 to 20 years and P. S.
Richardson, 3520 S. Wabash, sent to
Bridewell for year for offenses
Mrs. Pauline Green sued Otto
Green, postofflce employe, for di
vorce. Cruelty charged.
Wm. Moyniham, 19, 3137 Fulton
av., arrested on charge of spending
$73 of employer's money. Says he
Edward A. Gerhardt, actor, wants
divorce from Venza Noblette Ger
Marquis Deaver, 4711 Kenmore
av., confessed, say police, taking
$1,600 worth of diamonds from Mrs. "
Nonna Davidson, 1004 Wilson av.
Fred Sommers, wanted in St
Louis for assaulting five men and
locking them in gas house, caught
Lester Popper, 2257 S. Park av.,
probably fatally injured by auto of
S. E. Vanderporten, Gilman, HI.
Judge Scully may release Evelyn
Freeman, 18, committed to asylum
at request of brother.
Henry Archibald, mgr. Richelieu
hotel, 2505 Michigan av., arrested on
Three auto bandits held up six
saloons on Northwest Side. $500
Wild train backed into Dearborn
street station. No one hurt
Hery M. Honore, 93, pioneer Chi
cagoan, dead. Children, Mrs. Potter
Palmer, Mrs. F. D. Grant, Judge
'Honore, A. C. Honore and N. K. Hon
ore, at bedside.
Late Herbert E. Werden left
$5,000 to Baptist church of Wau
conda. Att'y Andrew J. Ryan says late
Dr. J. B. Murphy held estate jointly
W. F. Schultz, mgr. City Loan Co.,
stopped by Judge Landis from as
signing salary of H. S. Smith.
Charged $12 for loan of $10.
Lieut Louis Meron, French army,
son of Henry Merou, former French
consul in Chicago, killed in battle of
City lawyers who are running for
political offices x must campaign
nights or get off payroll, said Corp.
Medill McCormick will stump
Maine for Hughes.
August Graver, 4219 Moody av.,
BUiclde.. Hanged himself in shed.
Agnes Walsh, 20 years police
matron, to undergo sanity test Act
Thirty beggars arrested in vicinity
of Rush street bridge.
Berwyn residents complain of in
Carmen Esposito, 1019 S. Morgan,
accused of murdering daughter in
Wife of Wm. M. Sampson, pres.' of
Sampson Oiler Electrotype Co., sued
for divorce. Says he indulges in
"drinking and lewd conduct."
Joseph Dansky, 4606 S. 5th av.,
probably fatally injured. Hit by'
Edw. S, Lansing, 3300 Park av.,
sued for divorce. Says he found
i?ife In hotel with another man.
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