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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:16; sunset, 4:52.
Police seeking 13 missing persons.
Ex-Pres. Taft will be here Sunday.
Mamie Moore, 2438 Dearborn, died
of infant plague.
Mrs. Ellen S. James, N. Y., gave
$450,000 to M. E. church.
Ira Bond, alleged head of auto
thieves' trust, to come here from
Minneapolis for trial.
Jos. Hefferman, 260 S. Winchester
av., pawned gold teeth for booze mo
ney. Pined $25 and costs.
Albert Michnentz wants divorce.
Says wife tried to kill him.
Virgil Randell, 5345 Dorchester av.,
wants divorce. Says wife goes ca
bareting when he's away.
"Ham-rye san'wich" now 10 cents.
"On bun" still a jitney.
Cigar prices going up. 5 cents
Mary E. Miller, Kokomo, Ind., sued
C. W. Tarbut for $20,000. His auto
Frank V. Wheeler, 4404 Magnolia
av., wanted in Denver on many
Haynie R. Pearson, att'y, sued for
divorce by Mrs. Blanche Pearson.
Drunkenness charge. Wife wants
custody of four children.
Geo. Adams, 100 S. Halsted, wants
warrant tor Joe Wasso, his "best
friendi" Says he stole wife and
Mrs. Annie Barber Edgarton di
vorced from Harry M. Edgarton. De
sertion. Wm. J. Roach, chief clerk city en
gineering bureau and pres. municipal
pension board, given gold watch by
Mrs. Anna Schaller, accused of
taking $100 from Mrs. Helen Geiser,
8750 Princeton av., admitted guilt
Says she took it to prevent mortgage
foreclosure on home.
Eleanore Bell, accused of robbing
Wm. Hayward, Berrien Springs,
Mich., of $661, given three months in
jail after jurors fought over verdict. I
Frank O'Malley, 938 N. Clark, em
ploye Bullard & Gormley, arrested on
charge of taking $1,200 worth of
stock. Paul Herrscher and Wm.
Burns charged with receiving stolen
Sadie Canale, 16, 1505 Wells, dis
appeared as she was testifying
against John Busby, charged with se
Rodney B. Swift, Libertyville,
nominated for vacancy caused by
death of State Sen. Albert J. Olson.
Mrs. Anna M. Finley, police ma
tron, charged with intoxication,
pleaded not guilty before trial board.
Yellow Cab Co. officials appeared
against her. Says she lost diamond
ring in taxi.
Babcock & Rushton, brokers, 137
S. La Salle, reported ioss of $25,000
Joseph Benson wants divorce from
Mrs. Dorothea Benson, manicurist.
Mrs. Anna Taylor Harrison wants
annulment of marriage to Franklin
L. Harrison, alias Franklin L. Keith.
Says he was-possessor of three wives
at one time.
Mrs. Hortense Carson Hoops, wife
of Harold Fabyan Hoops, million
aire's son, divorced. Charged deser
tion. Michaef B. Shortall, Chicago, and
Martin Flanagan, Chicago saloon
keeper, found guilty in Toronto in
connection with $271,000 robbery of
New Westminster bank robbery. Ver
dict will be appealed.
John Kenneth Carnes, college boy,
accused of passing bad check, held
to grand jury.
Morris Wheeler, 1155 Jackson
blvd., went on water wagon. . Then
tried suicide. Cut throat. May die.
Albert O. Braun, against whom
Mann act charge by Elsa Hummell
is pending, tried suicide by drowning
at Lake Harbor, Mich.
Edgar W. Foster, who Jailed his af
finity, 'Bertha Kubevicz, and their