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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:31; sunset," 5:58.
Earl Fletcher, 16, 3401 Prairie av.,
arrested as negro who attacked -Dorothy
Hansell, 5481 Dorchester av.,
in Washington park.
Dr. Bernard Grosser, 1655 N. Hal
sted, held to grand jury on charges
of 12-year-old girl.
Belmont av. bridge to be closed for
several weeks while repairs are being
Felippe Spaletta, 844 Milton av.,
confessed murdering Vincenzo Da
varco, 840 Milton av. -
Frank Molkup, -3731 Wilton av.,
sent to jail for six months. Stole
cameras to get money lo take out
Unexploded bomb found in door
way of home of Jos. Anzalone; 1106
Sedgewick st Black hand blamed.
Conrad Reischman visits saloons,
wife said; filed suit for divorce.
.Mrs. Boy Deerfoot, Peoria, asked
police to seek her husband; thinks
he is working here.
Peter Hinich, 9001 Green Bay av.,
dying from knife wounds. Sam Po
povitch, 8932 The Strand, arrested.
Peter Gentleman, 5751 Union av.;
Frank Collins and Frank Herbert, ar
rested as pickpockets. '
Fred Kirk, 3010 Prairie ay., sent to
Bridewell. Gave Emma Grag, 3026
Prairie av., plain glass for spec
tacles. Mrs. Grace Staal, 4751 Prairie av.,
sent to jail for five days. Stole from
C. W. Jacobson sued for divorce.
Wife charges cruelty and drunken
ness. Julian Fyolek, 1945 Wilmot av., pa
roled by Judge Beckwith. Stole 90
books from Art Institute library.
Dr. Jos. Beaudette, 2201 W. 22dr
in suit for divorce says wife made
him lose most of business.
Suit to set aside $15,000 will of
Mrs. Maryv Sweeney started by her
daughter, Mrs. Edna May Walsh,
Policeman Oscar Nelson, James
town, N. Y., left for home when no
tified that runaway son, Raymond,
15, had returned. Was seeking him.
Mrs. Celia Borowska, 3523 N.
Hoyne av., suing grandfather, Stan
ley Gruntowski, for $10,000. Claims
Mrs. Genella Boone sued for di
vorce. He says she was tooN friendly
with another man.
James Flannagan, fireman, fined 3
days' pay. Absent from duty with
Wm. Crawford charged with deser
tion in wife's divorce bill filed yes
terday. Sacred calf of Japan born in Lin
coln park zoo. Mother doing welL
Jos. Schreiner 5433 Hyde Park
blvd., fined $100 for beating wife.
Park Ridge bpard offered $1 a
pouna ior captured tussock moths.
Pests destroying foliage.
Walter Wendt, arrested at Archer
and Halsted, wanted in Altoona, Pa.,
in killing of policeman. N
Raymond Chapman, 16, 639 Ros
coe, tried suicide by butting head
against pier piles in lake at Aldine
Jas. J. Purtell, Engine Company 16,
fined 30 days' pay. Absent from
Wm. Dunn, 180 N. Dearborn, de
nied that he signed paper asking in
quiry into affairs of Edw. W. Mor
rison: Albert Johnson, 324 N. Dearborn,
freed on charge of stealing necklace
of Mrs. Adelaide Bailey, 5765 Ridge.
Billy Skidmore's saloon at 1958
W. Lake opened yesterday with new'
Mrs. George Collins, 3122 Sheri
dan rd., lost jewels worth several
thousands while motoring yesterday.
Four fires in district around 50th
and State streets caused police to
seek firebug last night.
Eueene Woodland, necro. arrested
after chase last night Wanted aa