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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Jacob Finkelstein, taken from train
en route to N. Y. from California, or
dered deported. Just finished 5-year
term for Mann act violation.
Chi. Telephone Co. gave city check
for $265,837 as 3 per cent of its half
yearly gross receipts.
Mrs. Winifred Morley given divorce
and $560 alimony from Lloyd Morely,
Drexel Arms hotel. Charged cruelty
and desertion. ' ,
Louis Cohen, 423 S. Clark, pawn
broker, and Ellis Schwartze, 2039 Po
tomac av., arrested on charge of re
ceiving stolen goods.
Mrs. Charlotte Faith, 4742 Palmer,
wants divorce. Says hubbyt is un
faithful. Named her sister, Mrs.
W. 0. Burdick, 6921 Harvard av.,
fined $25 on charge of peeping at uni
Lillian Florence Albert wants di
vorce from Lester E. Elbert Says
he was intimate with "Miss Rice."
Patrick Lally, 158 W. Erie, dead.
Hit by car.
Jeremiah O'Connor, policeman,
Bued for separate maintenance. Wife
charges cruelty and intoxication.
Says he has $13,000 in property.
Geo. Glende, 3451 N. Kenton av.,
fined $100 for flourishing guns
James ("Dice Box") McGuire, fa
mous crook of other days, now living
quietly on North Side. Nearly broke.
Dr. Aug. Millbrandt, sent to Dun
ning after being overcome by heat
Aug. 2, released after probe by state's
W. H. Harley, under arrest on the
charge of kidnapping son, Albert, 3,
from mother-in-law's home, sued for
I divorce. Wife charges cruelty.
Thomas Enck, W. U. Telegraph Co.
messenger, married his stepgrand
mother in 1910. Now she wants di
vorce. Charge desertion.
John Dixon, Louisville, Ky., badly
slashed with knife by two negroes.
Arthur Wagner butler, and Arthur
Ownby. 4721 Wabash ay arrested.
James W. Maples, 2829 Pine Grove
av., land dealer, arrested. Aug. Kin
berg, 640 W. Grand av., says he sold
him Florida land for $4,800 for whiqh "
he held no title.
Public schools will be guarded
against infant plague when they
.Howard O'Hara, 19, 2435 Rice, sus
pected auto thief, shot and wounded
Policeman J. R. Culliton. Latter held
on to him, however.
Fire caused $1,000 damage to tene
ment owned by S. Jacobson at 936
Herman Stegeman, Chicago "U"
football star, married to Dorothea
Washbume at Holland, Mich.
Battisto Maegini, 3412. Melrose,
lamplighter, badly burned while
cleaning street light Found in the
Michael Rubin fatally hurt Caught
between pile driver and pier at foot
of Illinois street.
Edmund S. Bell, clerk, wants di
vorce from Grace M. Bell. Says she
was intimate with Fred Burke. Have
one, child, Edmund, Jr., 2.
Eugene Carter, colored, 1710 Ful
ton, arrested in xonnection with fa
tal shooting of Mrs. Lena Freeman,
712 Briar pi., killed during target
shooting at picnic at Desplaines, HI.
Edward Hansen, grocer, 210 E.
32d, sued for divorce in cross-bill by
Edyth Hansen. Says after their
marriage he eloped and married an
othe. Mrs. Mary Adams, 625 W. Madi
son, wife of "Joe" Adams, "gypsy
king," fined $10 for accusing Police
man Bloomquist of stealing her
Thos. J. Garney, 1923 N. Lincoln,
fireman, dead. Hurt in explosion at
Standard Oil tank fire Wednesday.
Robert Swanson, Bullard & Gorm-'
ley employe, killed in fall from auto
'truck. Rolled under wheels.
Palakarp Padyko says wife took
-$1,200 of his money when she eloped
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