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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
i . . Ida Volland, 832 W. 34th, died in
A I Wesley hospital while under anes-
I Sam Harrison, 11, 1653 Sherman.
av., Evanston, struck by aotoist who
' did not stop.
Maria Taylor, colored, held after
death of Rob't Williams, found pois
oned in room with her at Pullman
hotel, 3641 S. State.
Coroner's jury urged pplice find
slayer of Tony Trampico, 28, 453 N.
Racine av., shot to death July 6.
Coroner's chemist found that rat
poison in whisky killed Tony
Schroeck and Herman Toehig, 4137
N. Central Park av., on Augri2.
Leo Van Pross, 1952 N. Dearborn,
arrested in Montgomery Ward mail
order plant, charged with 'theft of
Rosaline Gocascio, 3, 1221 Larra
bee, fell Jlownstairs at'home. Dead.
Qirl giving name Minnie All en ess,
4168 S. Halsted, ill in Keokuk, la.
Asked police to seek relatives.
Rufus Watson, 13, 1852 W. Rail
road av., Evanston, run down by
auto while riding bicycle. Police
seeking joy riders.
Moses Masser, owner of string of
3. State st rooming houses, sued for
divorce. Wife charges cruelty.
Mrs. Katie Jansen sent to Bride
well. Accused of teaching daughter
Nellie, 7, to be shoplifter.
Louis Koven sued for annulment
) of marriage to Ruth. Says she has
three husbands that he knows of.
Efford Fletcher, postoffice clerk,
held on suspicion b.ecause of likeness
to clever forger. Released.
Maurice Levinson, jeweler, Repub
lic bldg., sued for divorce. Cruelty.
- National Cash Register Co., by usi
of replevin writ, took 26 cash regis
ters being purchased by city from
Thomas Barder, 4, 3318 E. 90th,
under operation for water on brain.
Still living. Doctors say chance of
recovery is one in thousand.
Mrs. Virginia Dunnaway- sued
Claude for divorce. Says life with
him is worse than slavery.
Corporation cbunsel's office decid
ed police can arrest owners of prop
erty on which weeds are- allowed to
Mrs. Media "Wainscott,' 7443 Yates
av., suing Wm. for divorce." Says she
is deaf in one ear as result of blow.
Lighted cigar stub tossed from up
per window set fire to awning of Sen
derling Co. in Chicago Open Board of
About 900 complaints heard by the
board of review yesterday by those
who think their real estate taxes are
K. L. Lehmann, Great Northern
hotel, got divorce. Wife deserted him
saying she never could love him.
James A. Gilmore, former presi
dent of Federal league sued for sep
arate maintenance. Other oman
named. " '
Suit toet aside will of Grace Babb
fijed. Relatives say husband married
her few days before death to get
Mrs. Rose Lusk Williams sued two
husbands for divorce. Left fh;st one;
married second after five years.
Condition of B. C.,Sammons, offi
cial Corn Exchange bank, criticaL
Under operation for appendicitis.
C. C. Spencer, attorney, Hammond,
Ind., died in Cohan's theater last
Rose Cass, 19, got permission of
court to adopt her baby, which she
gave away soon after birth.
Coroner's jury advocated more .
safety measures at Insane hospital
after death of Mary Kuris, 54, 645
W. ,16th, beaten by patient. - '
Mayor asked to abate smoker nui
sance from Union League club. Men
with offices in Monadnock block
Judge Landis enjoined Great Lake
and St Lawrenee Trans. Co. front