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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Sophia Kitzberg got year in
Check for $2,800 payable to Von
jrrantzius & Co. found in street by
H. H. Goldblatt, city chauffeur,
named brother, Theo., in suit for di
vorce against Grace Goldblatt. ,
John A. L. Deters, inventor, sued
Ele-Ken Co. for $25,000. Fake pro
Mrs. Ethel Mason, 2448 Seminary
av., found burglar in home. He es
caped with $12.
Chas. A. Maendler, 2315 California
av., sued for divorce. Wife says he's
oriieL - v
Maurice Lando, 3, 1414 Montrose
av., fell from third floor. Hit elec
tric wire. Merely bruised.
Harry Bennett, 643 E. 88th, brand
ed his wife "woman with scarlet let
ter," she says. She wants divorce.
Frank Nelson, 1450 Orleans, sui
Frank Czakowski,, 8829 Exchange
av., fined $50 for annoying 15-year-old
On Leon Tong offered $500 forv ar
rest of robbers who beat Sam Lee,
2036 Van Buren, and escaped with
$60. ,. J
Mrs. Marie Schwartze repudiated
confession that husband, Chas.,
forced her into life of shame, but
Judge Bowles sent him to 'Bridewell
Frank Hurters, 17, missing.
Husband of Mrs. Geo. Mitchler,
3036 Van Buren, died yesterday.
Daughter,. Marie, 16, missing since
Maurice Ritholz, jeweler, 1409 N.
Western, booked on charge of receiv
ing property stolen by errand boy.
Coroner investigating report that
policeman fired shot that killed; Robt.
Vondrak, riding motorcycle in Ci
cero. Two negroes held as suspects in
murder of Louis Fishborn, grocer,
701 E. 45th.
Henry F. Schoening, 73, German
Old People's home, suicide. Gas.
Albert E. Norton, 603 W. 65th, ar
rested on charge of flirting with Mrs.
Ella Waters, 4217 'St Lawrence av.,
in movie. show.
Mrs. Nellie Bly, 323 6. Racfne,
wants marriage to Ira Bly annulled.
Says he married within year after
Joseph Gilbert barred as bondsman
by Judge Olson.
jjRaymond C. Peterson, 10, 4216
AjBjpEge av., died of infantile para
Death sentence to be asked for
Lloyd Bopp,- now on trial for murder
of Policeman Herman Malow of Oak
Col. D. V. Chisolm, Washington,
D. C, elected commander-in-chief of
United Spanish War Veterans.
Fred Mader, Frank Curran, Chas
Crowley, Hugo Hahn, Walter Staley
and R. C. Stewart, convicted labor
men, admitted to bond pending ap
peal' Peter Nelson, 3320 Lincoln av., shot
and wounded when Jack Chew, Chi
nese, 3217 Lincoln av., fired at Edw.
Dean, 1311 Melrose.
Seibert SkittTe, 540 W. 29th, on
way to get undertaker to bury 8-year-old
daughter, killed by street
Sellen Sinclair, Chicago aviator,
hurt when aeroplane hit telegraph
pole at Sandwich, HL Fell 25 feet
Mrs. Catherine Ivinjak, 907 W. 20th
pL, found dying of poison. Husband
Dr. Harry Hoffman, chief alienist
at Bridewell hospital, says J. Maurice
Pettit, wife slayer, is insane.
Ed Freming, sec'y to State's Att'y
Hoyne, said he consented to reduc
tion of Thos. H. Bibbs' bonds after
Late-Judge Freeman to be buried
tomorrow from 5755 Blackston av
' Jesse Haidle and wife, Oak Park,
buried together. Died of typhoid