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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:28; sunset, 6:03.
Amelia Prokaski and 2-year old
baby, 5434 S. Laflin, missing. .
Woman servant in home of Dr.
Mandel Cohen, 3417 Indiana av.,
found to be typhoid carrier. Three
recent deaths in family.
Hf V. Waltmaier, station agent
.Sacramento station, West Side "L",
robfied of $5 by two armed men.
Winifred De Wolfe, missing daugh
ter of Mrs. Edgar De Wolfe, N. Y.,
found here asimember of Theo. Kos
loff' s Russian ballet
Mrs. Maria Hann, 45, 1316 Bau
wans, found dead. Heart trouble.
Elma Eckburg, 4741 W. Monroe,
badly hurt by street car.
Chicago delegates, to Springfield
convention of HI. Equal Suffrage
ass'n to leave, Oct. 18. , " .
Mrs. Wm. Powell says her divorced
husband offered her auto and money
to remarry him. Divorced Nov., 1912.
Wants $1,960 back alimony.
Albert Schommer, 19, 2112 Fowler,
arrested on charge of taking jewelry,
paroled for one year.
Mrs. Mary M. Jackson, wife of Jos.
E. Jackson, Berwyn, s,ays hubby
wants to put her in insane asylum
to avoid alimony when her divorce
suit is heard.
W. C. CoHier, 59, 2839 N. Campbell,,
accused by 11 young girls, held to
John Haupt, .owner of City Hall
inn, 104 N. La Salle, arrested after
fight with wife. Said he was paying
attention tor "Annie."
Mrs. Left Jackson, arrested for fail
ing to pay hotel bill, freed when hus
Chicago hotels, won't charge extra
for bread. ""
Qeo. Lonchar, 2358 Indiana av., ar- j
rested, in morals court on cnarge or
prompting Marie Marshall, on trial
Mrs. Felix Modjeska, wife of movie
actor, to sue for divorce and name
Sfre. Florence Dorpols, Chicago.
Plan for pavilion in Columbus park
to cost $250,000 submitted to West
Park commissioners. "
Lloyd Bopp sentenced to hang for
murder of Policeman Herman Ma
low. .. i
Louis Triana, 1205 W. Harrisonj
booked on murder charge in connec
tion with killing of Vincenzo Rossi,
1200 Taylor. N. Triana and Angelo
Tarla held as accsssories.
Mrs. Justince C. Kerr, widow of B.
B. Kerr, N. Y. att'y, found dead in
Palmer house. Heart trouble.
Judge Scully decided women voters
needn't tell ages.
Saloon license commjgsion expect
ed to recommend revocation 'of li
censes of six Sunday law violators.
Wilson Wilder, Glencoe, hurt by
auto of Chas. N. Strolz, WJnnetka.
Frank Crapps, 1705 Dayton, dumb
and lame, missing.
Mrs. Louise Johanna Nancarrow
wants divorce from Richard J. Nan
carrow. Says he had an "affair" on
.steamer Christopher Columbus with
Marie Allen, 23, and Louis Miller,
32, 2930 Carroll av., arrested. Pplice
saw girl flirt with man.
i Wm. McCleary, 78,' civil war vet
eran, found sleeping in B. & O. sta
tion. Cared for by .police.
Mrs. Augusta I. Holmes sued Albert
W. Holmes for divorce. Have two
children. Says while they lived in
want he bought gifts for "other
Frank D. Usicka, 2629 S. Spaul
ding av., badly hurt when he drove
John M. Smyth & Co. auto truck off
bridge into Glencoe ravjne.
School board finance committee
meeting postponed until tomorrow.
Charge of obtaining money under
false pretense against Fred'k Van
Ness, Evanston, dismissed.
Fire in building at State and Wash
ington caused $2,000 damage.
County board protested against
Rock Island road's "death crossing"