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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:54; sunset, 5:22.
Robbers (forced A. Mazurek, sa
loonkeeper, 261 W. 47th, and cus
tomer into icebox. Got $65.
O. H. Nicolai, art dealer, 1235 N.
Clark, locked in Ogden school. Res
cued by police.
Oil painting of Charles Francis
Browne, artist, stolen from field near
Helen Morton, Hinsdale, and Mrs.
Stuyvesant Peabody went to movie.
While they were out some one got
$5,000 loot from Morton home.
" John Callahan, 557 W. Madison,
arrested on charge of running hand
book. Buda Codman, alleged "lure" in
E. R. West blackmail case, freed on
Sanford Rosenbaum given 14-year
sentence for murder of Ernest Gross,
5926 S. May.
O. T. McCartney, druggist, 200 N.
Clark, arrested on charge of selling
Seventy men and two women
passed state bar examination.
Public Defenders' ass'n endorsed
'State's Att'y Hoyne's record.
Mrs. D. W. Baird, 5452 Ellis av.,
robbed of $500 diamond pin in store
of D. S. Komiss & Co., 303 S. State.
Dis't Att'y Clyne has begun argu
ments in gov't case against N. Y.
Central and O'Gara Coal Co.
Mrs. Rosamund Drew Wilkins,
7931 Muskegon av., got divorce from
Chas. M. Wilkins. Other woman
F. H. Hobgood, 6336 Woodlawn
av., got 60 days in iail on charge of
stealing letters while employed as a
John Harmon, Wm. Walker '-and
Roy Wilson held to grand jury on
auto stealing charges.
Mrs. Johanna Zenke, 35, 3651 S.
Honore, married to stepson, Herman
L. Zenke, 23.
Evelyn Arthur See, founder of Ab
solute Life cult, paroled from Joliet
Henry Hernicker, 626 Hamburg,
found dead. Gas.-
500,000 expect to register at polls
Four saloons on South Side held
up; $196 total loot
Bomb damaged Hillside theater, ' '
1515 W. 69th. v
Fire ,attacked Northwestern Malt vj
& Grain Co. elevator, Cortland and
Gov. Dunne and Roger Sullivan
discuf sed state campaign yesterday.
Helen A. Morgan, 25, 6351' Black
stone av., arrested on stealing
Rev. Jas. V. Blake, pastor All''
Souls' Unitarian church, Evanston,
Wm. Radtke, 3 W. Erie, arrested
on bookmaking charge.
Finance committee, city council,
wants to know how mayor expects
to pay Jarvis Hunt for making ar-
chitectural improvements on south
Judge Windes ordered ballot re
count for Frank McDermott arid
State Sen. Al F. Gorman.
Harry L. Wales wants divorce from
Harriet Whitlock Wales. Says she
married Harry J. Scott while "intoxi
cated." Girl complained to Judge Fisher,
morals court, that four policemen
have annoyed heV. Judge to investi--gate.
Sevecal women have formed
"Judge Landis for Governor Club." v
School board voted $2,000 for
lockers at Hyde Park high school.
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PRESIDENT WILSON TALKS TO
Long Branch, N. J., Oct .7. Pres. Ql
Wilson returned from his Omaha
trip at 10:20 today. He will address
a delegation of independent voters
Brought here under the auspices of
the Woodrow Wilson Independent
league at 2 o'clock this afternopn.