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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:06; sunset, 5:04.
Ole Peterson, contractor, killed by
Rock Island train.
Thos. Scouras, peddler, may die.
Wagon hit' by car.
Chas. Austin, waiter, 4427 Ellis
av.f sued for divorce. Drunkenness
H. Frank and C. Brown, stockhold
ers, sued E. Romberg, head of "6-3-12"
Iron Lafod Co., for accounting.
Judge Landis set case of "Million
aire" Edward Morrison for tomor
row. Too ill today.
M. Hartman, barber, and Charles
Duncan, porter, 123 E. Chicago av.,
held after J. E. Gordon, Washington,
Pa., lost pocketbook in place.
- Dr. Ross Pinkerton, dentist, 6201
Kenwood av., asked injunction to
stop landlord, A. E. Lee, from oust
ing him from offices. Claims lease.
Mrs. Catherine Nxueger, at, touna'
wandering. Taken to home of son,
5511 Rice. Left there after quarrel,
Mrs. Margaret Kearns, 71, 3219
Lowe av., found dead. Gas. Defec
tive gas stove.
Robbers got $800 from home of
Jos. Whitman, 4519 Michigan av., as
family went to movies.
Residents of Calumet district asked
public utilities comm'n to make I. C.
use steel cars, electrify and reduce
River Forest school closed. Six
cases of diphtheria found among
Village of La Grange asked circuit
court to stop Bell Phone Co. from
making tunnel at Hillgrove av., La
Burr Oak Inn, 119th and Wood, has
water again. Turned off last weeli
because place was called disorderly.
Frank Swara, window cleaner, fell
when belt broke at 536 W. 22d. May
Mrs. Florence Kausal, 434 Center,
filed cross-bill for divorce. Says
hubby likes music teacher. ,
West Park board ordered parks
closed at 10 p. m.
Herbert Trimm, 3955 W. Lake,
asked divorce. Accuses milk man.
Leslie Carter, son of actress, sued
for-$5,000. Irving Caden says it is
due on judgment.
Mrs. Rose Donath, 2445 N. Central
Park av., asked divorce. Drunken
ness. E. R. Robinson, negro, sued Ford
Motor Co. and City Railways Co. for
$190,000,000. Alleges infringement
Milan Dragon, barber, shot in arm
by sweetheart, Helen Michner, 19,
2346 N. Western av., after argu
ment. H. E. Dutton, 3326 W. 63d, says'
wife left him on day of their mar
riage. Harvey Hill, son of banker, arrest
ed again. Another bum check for $50.
August Treder, 1718 Superior,
killed by auto which sped on.
Victims of handbook flat at 861 E.
39th raided place. Got about $500
from P. H. Halley.
Judge Sam Alschuler, U. S. district
court of appeals, hurt by fall in room
at Kaiserhoff. f
Chas. E. Hughes in Chicago for an
Warrant out for Pat Dowdle, 3822
Parnell ar. Left six children food
less is charge.
Five indictments returned against
J. T., O. S. and W. H. Paisley, bank
ers. Corporation .Counsel Ettleson to
quiz Ass't Alexander who aided junk
dealer on trial.
. Police asked to seek Catherine
O'Rell, 13, 5551 Lexington. Missing
since Aug. 20.
W. P. Dickinson broker. 105 S: La
Salle, sued for $4,000 by Alfred Judd,
who wants money he invested in mu
Loop robbers got stocks and bonds
worth $2,750 in raid on offices of A.
Ross, insurance, 19 S. La Salle.
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