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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:20; sunset, 6:15.
George Blacker, 5, 2421 LeMdyne,
played with matches while mother
went to store. May die.
Lieut Jas. Miller, Brighton Park
police station, to be tried by civil
service commission on intoxication
Sam Rosen, real estate agent, sued
for divorce by Estella. Charges
Wm. Ryan dead. Tried to jump
on moving L C. engine at 16th st
Thrown to ground.
Serg't Dennis McEnery promoted
to captain's job by Evanston city
council. Patrolman Harvey Ruland
to succeed him.
Herbert McFarren, 4647 Winthrop
av., organist, agreed to let children
go to boarding school while wife's
suit for separation is pending.
Suit for $100,000 filed by J. P.
oyie Ice Go. against Chicago Arti
ficial Ice Co.,. 143 N. Dearborn.
Lewis Rise, coal salesman, 37 W.
Van Buren, sued for divorce. "Wife
says he attacked her; had to climb
out window to escape.
Mrs. John V. Tinen, 705 S. Spauld
ing av., crushed in auto collision with
Mark Alexander, 16, 1515 S. Central
Park av. Mark arrested.
Bids received by forest preserve
comm'n for surveying tract of land
in Wheeling township.
S. Kiple, 540 W. 29th st, killed in
attempt to cross street in front of
4119 North -av.
Sheriff of Ann Arbor, Mich.,' here
seeking C. F. Collier, 2839 N. Camp
bell av., who disappeared after little
girls made charges against him.
Wanted there for forgery.
County board- again passed fax
levy for 1915 after attorneys and
Judge Williams told trustees first
passage was illegal.
Mrs. Martha Beckman, 3925 Arrrti
tage av., granted divorce from Edwin.
Says he was drunk several fjmes a
week for four years.
Estate of Johrr McLaren, lumber
man, filed for probation. Amounts
to about $162,000.
Hearing of civil service trial of
Cap't Thos. J. Caughlin continued
one week. Charged with permitting
slot machines to operate.
Wm. A. Tyler sited for annulment
of wedding to Sinclair Tyler. She
says he married her less than year
after his divorce.
Marcus Johnson, 23, 4062 Sheridan
rd., confessed to mother he had mar
ried secretly. But not till she met
him and wife in loop movie house,
Mrs. Willard Walsh, Edgewater
Beach hotel, lost $1,500 diamond,
which she left in room while bathing
W. H.- Tripp sued for divorce by
Blanche. Another woman, unknown
to her, named as cause.
Parishioners of First Cong: church
of Oak Park decided to rebuild, right
away. Place burned w$h $125,000
loss when struck by lightning.
Yacht Interpid, title holder of Lake
Michigan, nearly wrecked when
storm threw it against Columbia
Yacht club bldg.
Satish Ghosh, Hindoo, got divorce
from Gertie. Showed letter in which
she said she didn't love him.
Lightning struck home of W. H.
May, 6209 S. Honore st Chimney
Village of Summit left without wa
ter when electric lines were destroy
ed in washout
Ralph Brugger, 35, E. Chicago av.,
asked police to aid him in getting
$75.27 he spent on Victoria Dollick,
741 N. Clark.
Jesse Haidle, 626 Woodbine av.,
Oak Park, dead after tour of. south
west on which he drank impure wa
ller. Wife may die.
Mrs.- uarrie aanaers, ozj i uorcage
Grove av., seriously hurt when car
turned over at 93d and Stony Island.
Estate of P. A. Valentine, late vice
president of Armour & Co., filed.