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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:16; sunset, 6:22.
Anna Kapple, 3, 1339 Edgemont
av.f played about bonfire. Dead.
Mrs. Henry Durslag, Evanston, ran
off with another man second time.
- Held to grand jury for child depend
ency. ' Swimming classes to be started im
mediately at municipal beaches.
Accidental death verdict in shoot
ing of Chas. Sticca, 17, 518 Oak, by
"Mrs. Lena Rizzo, 1011 Cambridge av.
She didn't know it was loaded.
Trying to find kind home for Mrs.
Morse Davis. Insane after husband
committed suicide by poison in
Mrs. C. E. Williams, Abbott, Ark.,
wants to hear from Karl Williams,
son. Father dyjng. t
Mayor Thompson expected to re-
voke 15 saloon licenses today. Will
Abdul Allemassiah sued fo divorce.
' Wife says he deserted her. She was
12 years old when married.
Tom Kerwin, Ed Rice, Willard
-Powell, John Monrde and Clarence
Class indicted for $10,000 swindle of
C. IL Tillson, Livermore, la.
W. D. Pugh to take civil service
examination for job he held as ass't
..treasurer. Pays $5,000.
Frank Snyder, wife deserter of
Bucyrus, O., sought here on tip to
' Auto thieves got machine of Judge
Bowles of speeders' court
West Side residents, 500 strong,
protested against taxes before board
of review yesterday.
Garry Cerdes, railway claim sleuth,
sued for divorce.
e Mayor Thompson issued proclama
tion making Labor day holiday' for
most city employes.
' Mrs. Maude Waldo, 4449 Oaken-
wald av., got divorce. Hubby desert
' ed her in 1910.
" Jas Dawdell, Minneapolis, and
George 6erg fined $185 for carry
ing revolvers and snatching purses.
Purchase of 480 acres of land au
thorized by forest preserve board.
Few condemnation suits as possible.
Harry C. Barr, 7254 Yale av., got
divorce trom wife who left him
month .after wedding.
Comptroller Pike announced he
has purchaser for $200,000 12th st. i
Reports that 15 milk inspectors .
were called from country for politiqal
reasons denied by Dr. J. D. Robert
son. No money, he says.
Marriage license b'ureau reports
2,993 papers issued during August.
300 more than August previous.
Mrs. Mabel Ziegler, 1748 Kimball
av., sued Arthur for divorce. Deser- "
Thos. Enright and John Brady in
court on charge of beating Morals
Inspector "Izzie" Buckowski.
Ruth Elmer, Wilmette, "borrowed"
Marjorie Kiefer, 2, from children's
home in Evanston. Decided to adopt
Det. Serg'ts Howe, Joyce and.Gar
rigan and Policeman Ward com
mended by chief for arrest of Elmer
Hayes, alleged bicycle thief gang
Thomas Nolan, city attorney's in
vestigator, fired. Friendship with
Lorimer cause, it is said.
Character witnesses testified for
Police Cap't O'Toole on trial in slot
Police seeking two 'Toys reported
as having turned in ten falsealarms
of fire from 58th and Wabash av.
W.vH. Jones, vice presfl Int. Har
vester Co., dead.
' Rev. Alonzo Bowling, pastor negro
church, filed petition in bankruptcy. -.
State and federal grand juries to W
quiz Adolph Silver, one of the busted
I. N. G. may be mustered out of
federal service soon after arrival
home, it is rumored.
Herbert McFarren, 4647 Winthrop
av., under contempt threat agreed to