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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Helen Lark, 16, 3450 W. 60th pi.,
John A. Gordon, Ashland, Pa., rob
bed of $100 in barber shop, 527 W.
Madison. W. J. Hartman, barber,
and Chas. Duncan, porter, fined $200
each and given year in Bridewell.
Bomb exploded on roof of Yellow
Taxi Co. bldg. at 3163 W. Madison.
Fire attacked Felsina Noodle Mfg.
Co., 1017 Newberry av. $10,000
Mail car on Great Western train
caught fire near Elmhurst. Slight
Edw. H. Whyler, federal employe,
charged with desertion in divorce
suit of Hilda Whyler.
Jas. Brodenck, 4927 Calumet av.;
John Anderson, 4562 Indiana av., and
Herbert Ayers, 4851 St. Lawrence
av., paroled on charges of two young
"Cap" Streeter haled into court on
contempt charge. Mrs. H. Besly says
he violated restraining order by build
ing windmill in "Streeterville."
Bertha Creelman, nurse at Evan
ston hospital, will sail for nurse duty
Jay B. Cox, Pullman Co. official,
Mrs. Leigh Wickham's divorce suit
dismissed for lack of equity.
J. BIake,"alias J. Baker, arrested in
Cedar Rapids on charge of Imper
sonating gov't officer.
Mel Trotter, evangelist, to succeed
late Harry Monroe as head of Pa
cific Garden mission.
Saul Abrahams, Hotel Blackstone
bus boy, shot and wounded by uncle,
Dr. J. Khanis, 109 W. Chicago av.,
after argument over auto.
Three robbers got $50 from K. Ga
limiskis, saloonkeeper, 3415 Wallace.
Official registration shows 815,022
-Cy De Vry recovering from pto
J. H. Moran, 20, Waukegan, arrest
ed on charge of beating father
Sunrise, 6:08; sunset, 5:01.
James A. Gilmore, ex-pres. late
federal baseball league, reported re
conciled to Mrs. Genevieve. Gilmore,
who recently sued for divorce.
Steve Moneitiz, Geo. Rozalakos
and Peter Gallainainas freed of the
charge of selling unfit chestnuts.
Mrs. Claudine Sendberg wants di
vorce from Angus Sandberg. Cruelty
M. J. Mackin, confessed poet, ar
rested after strenuous efforts to see
Jack Ringhesin, Chicago, driven
from Paducah, Ky., after making un
favorable comments on lynching.
$2,600 worth of diamonds stolen
' from home of D. Pate, Highland Pk.
Auto of Lieut Thos. Sheehan, de
tective bureau, stolen.
Leo R. Proudfit, 6200 Dorchester
av., lost $150. Pickpockets.
Police raided 306 W. Madison on
gambling suspicion. Chas. Fredericks
booked as keeper.
Saloon license of Conrad Listner,
2000 Hastings; Frank Czyzewski,
265? N. Marshfield and Edw. Morris,
44 N. 5th av., revoked.
Private B. Simpson, 2117 E. 9$rd,
member of Canadian army in France,
wounded in battle.
15 typhoid cases among Engle
wood High pupils.
Mrs. J. F. Rankin, Denver, with Dr.
J. Kotter went cabareting. Now
looking for Kotter and $500 diamond
Bessie Clark, 14, Amboy, III., mis
sing since Monday, believed in Chi
cago. Marion Finley, police matron Des
plaines st. station, on trial before
civil service board on drinking
- Timothy O'Connor, 4937 S. Pau
lina, shot and -wounded by Daniel R.
Callahan, fireman. Cause " not
Mrs. J. P. Peck, 93, Evanston,
wants to vote for Pres. Wilson.