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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Delia Bold told judge hubby
didn't want any loving. Asked sep
aration. Pandrew Bradley, waiter, 128 W.
Ontario, pinched as flirt Mrs. Ross
Hogan, 2715 S. 5th av., complained.
-Can Gahan, 550 Surf, told judge
Mrs. Gahan left him six weeks after
wedding. Jos. Cannon, 811 Milton av., dead.
Had foot crushed week ago, by milk
wagon; blood poisoning followed.
Wilhelm Guderly accused of cruel
ty in bill for separation filed by wife.
New home planned for1 Crerar
library within two years.
Geo. Miedh, 1867 Bissell, fell from
car at 5th av. and Washington. In
jured head and back,
Mrs. Pearl Ray in suit for divorce
says husband threatened her with
Mrs. Anna Duffick. Old PeoDle's
home, Sheffield and Pullerton avs.,
hurt by Lake street car at Franklin
st. Will recover.
Dr. Anthony Karalius, 1501 Wicker
Park.av., sued for divorce. Wife
named another woman.
Fourteen candidates for legisla
ture in Ho'tel La Salle last night dis
cussed need, of regulation for private
Frd Rupp, 3136 Cottage Grove
av., sued fpr divorce. Wife says he
Alice King, 24 Scott st found
basket and note on doorstep. Called
police, expecting to find child. Only
a duck. '
Mrs. Kate Keegan, 3905 N. Hoyne
av., had her dress torn by young
"scissor man" on elevated.
Jos. Plomire, 1303 Marianna av.,
fell dead in St. Boniface cemetery,
where he worked.
Ffre in the saloon of Herman
Stummell last night didn't bother
audience, of Powers theater, next
door. ' x
Mrs. Josie Hoin, 19, 2300 S. Albany
av., suicide. Gun. Ill health cause
Sunrise, 5:42; sunset, 5:41.
Philip Lieson, 74, barn foreman,
1176 Cherry, killed. Bale of hay fell
Mrs. Louise Verhein, 5222 W. Mon
roe, dead. Hit by car Sept 20.
Woman who dropped dead in For
est Park saloon identified as Mrs.
Bertha Little, recently divorced
John Baumgartner, 4819 N. West
ern av., shot in arm by two robbers
when he resisted. They got $50.
Letter from police of Benton Har
bor tells of death of Bunn Gilmore of
Morgan Park. Wife nptihed.
Court-martial finding against Pet
ty Officer Higgins held secret Tried
for insulting "rookettes" at Lake
E. Domros, 3824 N. Claremont av.,
lost 55 chickens.
Ferd. Romadka, 14, 1371 Fulton,
thrown from bicycle by runaway
horse of Empire Rug Co., 1441 W.
Jas. Fanning, 75, 5710 S. Union,
found dead in barn. Heart disease.
Mrs. Geo. Dunn, 2028 W. 70th pi.,
seeking husband, missing for week.
Mrs. Paulina Nelson, 3027 Lowe
av., died on fjpor of home yesterday.
Frank Zahta, 3839 S. Halsted,
asked police for shelter. Had $986.
Police think he's crazy.
Ed Martino, 54, 3730 S. Tripp av.,
found dead in bed. Heart disease.
One new case of infantile paraly-
sis found yesterday. Makes total 73.
Mrs. Florence Hickstein, suing
hubby, says he ordered her out after
two months' married life.
Safeblowers got $700 from offices
of Loomos & Batsakis, 1954 Irving
Body of F. B. Ramsctell, 61, who
died in home of friend in Kenilworth,
to be shipped home to Portland, O.,
Mrs. Ignace Pernes had twins. !g
nace left home. She asked divorce.