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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Frank Russell, 401 S. Clinton, i ' Edna Pasht, n225 Penn., dead at
found dead in bffd. Heart disease.
Bruno Seubaur suing Karl and
Bertha Gorke for $5,000. Bays they
beat him and pulled out hair.
Will of Mrs. Annie Fitzpatrick filed.
Disposes of ?200,000 to 30 heirs.
Village of Winnetka passed ordi
nance tabooing loafers and poplar
George Ziegier sued for divorce.
Wife says she foiiid women's cards
in his purse.
Martin Push, Muskegon, Mich,,
fined $200 for trying to force way
into home of divorced wife. Judge
let him go home on promise to be
Fire burned relics in Catholic
Apostolic church, 929 N. La Salle su
John Bremino, 16 S. Jefferson,
dropped dead on sidewalk near home.
Edward Ford,M26 S. Kedzie, suing
for divorce. Says there was "scant
ily dressed man in wife's bedroom."
' Harold Miller, flagman at Mont
rose blvd. crossing of C. M. & St P.,
died of heart disease while on job.
Jessie Riley, 510 W. 42d pi., and
three companions found by police
near Calvary cemetery without car
fare. Taken home. .
Isaac Bloom, 2038 W. Division,
sued to have divorce set aside. Says
daughter testified to untruths.
Isabel and Anna Patton, 7359 Ken
wood av., refused to move on Judge
Smith's orders. Anna too ill, attor
Dr. Geo. Terry, dentist, 7 W. Mad
ison arrested for practicing without
a license. "
'Trial of Lloyd Bopp for murder of
Herman Mallow, Oak Park motor
cycle,'policeman, started yesterday.
Coroner's jury decided Riverview
"Jackrabbit Coaster" is carefully
guarded while investigating death of
Herman Knoepfel, 16, 245? Irving a.v.
Loss of v$1 00,000 suffered by Mor
ris & Co. when storage plant burned. 1
County hospital of infantile paralysis.
Five new victims yesterday. .
Negro Policeman Bishop Williams
stripped of star and arraigned in
morals court. Attacked 16-year-old
.white girl, charge.
i nree more cnarges niea against
C. F. Collier, 2839 N. Campbell av.,
by young girls. Collier held in Mem
phis. Thomas Causted, bellboy, Edgewa
ter Beach hotel, held on suspicion
after several jewel thefts in hotel.
Seven rescued by firemen when
flames .attacked frame building at
4713 S. Ashland av.
Bills for fees of doctors who sat as
examiners on feeble-minded cases
for county too big, says Judge Scully.
John Reber, Lombard, III., killed by
train near home. Was worth $100,-
Louis Grossman served with di
vorce summons after chase through.
Palmer house by wife and detective.
Relatives of late Mrs. Delia Gray
don, '3604 W. Polk, trying to break
her will. Say she didn't know what
she was doing when she signed it
HIT AT HOOCHV SHOW HOUSES
To protect the young girls and
men who work in Siegef-Cooper's
and Rothschild's department stores,
the Woman's Church Federation has
again declared war on the movie and
hoochy-koochy shows that continue
on South Sstate street
Mrs. James G. Noor, chairman of
the morals commission ofthe feder
ation, in her report said that condi
tions were' steadily growing as bad
as theywere In former years. The
posters and pohtographs in front of
the theaters were also scored.
"Shameful exploitation of young
womanhood, degeneracy and sensu
ality"were also hit It was decided
to work to force Chief Healey to
close the most offensive.