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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:54; sunset, 5:37.
Albert Brani, Milwaukee, arrested
for striking people with umbrella on
Geo. Landy, 2819 Indiana av., ar
rested on bad check charge.
Manuel Geo. Helford sued for di
vorce by Mrs. Ema S. Helford. Says'
he married her to obtain possession
of her $25,000.
Luke Connery, 11 N. Curtis, stab
bed, probably fatally. Frank Sagec,
23 Sholto, sought.
Harry Green, said to' be in Bride
well, sued for divorce by Mrs. Mary
Green. Says he was crueL
John Murphy, 810 W. Madison, em
ploye of Hines Lumber Co., fell in
river while loading lumber. Drowned.
Coroner's jury decided Mrs. Clara
Foreman, 2117 W. 12th, died from
Frank J.' Kuhn, insurance agent,
sued for divorce by Mrs. Anna Kuhn.
Says he refused to aHow her physi
cian when she was sick.
Roy Carpenter, 931 Wells, found
dead. Gas Believed accident
Mrs. Eva Nathanson, 331 E. 60th,
says hubby, Maurice, struck her
when she found him with two wom
en. Wants divorce.
Albert Zurek, 67, 2132 Lincoln,
Villfirt hv train.
Edmund Crane Fitch, 332 E. Gar
field, still missing. '
Fred J. Fisher, photographer, sued
for divorce by Mrs. Margaret Fisher.
Named Sophie Molenski.
Annie Pethus, 324 W. 42d, booked
on charge of receiving s'tolen linen.
Peter Tebbfhs, 2823 S. Union" av.,
killed by train.
Marion Dennis, 15, and Henry L'ee,
15, left Lake Forest Academy tb
Two armed men got -$3.50 from
agent at Marshfield station, Metro
yif.. Minnie King, 938 Wells, tried
miiridfi bv lavinc on car track. Res
cued; Despondent over son's death. J
Jacob Haller, 5112 W, 25th, suicide.
Hanged self from gas pipe. Ill health.
Alfred Thompson, veteran sailor,
died at 49 E. Grand av.
Mayor believed to have enough
votes for park consolidation bill.
("irw rinnno wnntc militia hark fnr
C. Summer La Follette sued Flor
ence Smith La Follette for divorce.
Couldn't get along.
Abe Marcus, 12, 1002 E. 41st pl
Elizabeth ( Rodgers, health dep't
nurse, ill with infant plague.
Raymond S. Wilson and Edna
Schiklein, 3144 N. California av.,
married on roller skates at Riverview
Herman Brietzke, sued for divorce
by wife, says it's a case of "too much
Donald Suterland, 16, who ran
away from Minneapolis home, found
Chas. M. Coker appointed adult
probation officer to succeed Isadora
Jos. Steiner, 18, held to grand jury '
on charge of stealing auto of D. H.
Conway, 1328 Harwell av.
Jos. Wilmeth, Chicago Cattle Loan
Co., held prisoner in Mexico, freed.
Two horses and wagon stolen from
Joliet prison honor farm.
Al Nelson, 3335 Sheffield av and
J. E. McLaughlin, 1634 S. Millard av.,
hurt when auto hit street car.
Five veteran employes of water
pipe extension dep't let out through
politics may get jobs back.
Mrs. Kitty Ray Draper, 7230
Rhodes av., sued Louis W. Draper
for divorce on-cruelty charge. (
Walter R. Hogan and Chgo. Title '
& Trust Co. filed bill to appoint re
ceiver for White City amusement
Wm. Howard, 1401 Wells, arrested
on auto stealing charge.
Louis B. Krampe, member of alleg
ed auto thieves trust, got "from one