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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:30; sunset, 4:37.
Gustav Beck, 4233 Wabash av.,
fined $200 and costs pn charge of an
noying 10-year-old girl in Kozy the
ater, 40 S. Clark.
Martha Hoske, 1811 Jackson blvd.,
made serious charge in warrant
against Dr. H. B. Opre, 32 N. Statg,
and Matthew Mozzi.
Albert Anderson, 2726 S. State, ar
rested on minor charge, tried to hang
himself twice in boys' court. Psycho
pathic. Trials of Police Capts. O'Brien and
Smith postponed by trial board.
Smith's trial Monday, O'Brien's
Charles and Margaret Schraeder,
10 and 13, 108 W. 59th, missing three
John Baumann, 3129 Komensky
av., arrested on bad check charge.
Yacht Mayflower, owned by A. L.
Bernes, 648 Melrose, destroyed by
fire. Believed incendiary.
Dr. J. H. Shepherd, Peoria, who
says he is 8th infantry captain, and
unidentified negress overcome by
gas at 3730 Forest av.
Dr. W. L Tallman, 4872 Sheridan
rd., sued to recover $15,000 in bonds
and notes from wife, Mrs. Louise M.
Annabelle Vaughan, 16, 5359 S.
Morgan, Englewood High pupil, died
of typhoid fever. Fear new outbreak
Emma Cesal, 2, 2534 S. 5th av.,
killed by faJUing flower pot
Mrs. Jas. Alexander Hayward,
Berrien Springs, Mich., heard from
missing husband. . Located in Roa
$25,000 parochial school to be
erected in Lake Forest
Will of Ben Hogan, founder of
"Hogan's Flop," filed. Left $38,000.
Mrs. Caroline Holle wants divorce
from Geo. Holle, contractor. Named
Chas. Vournazos, 6059 Cottage
Grove av., lost $2,135 to con men.
Eleanor McMahon sued Wm. J.
McMahon, son of "cracker king," for
divorce. Drunkenness charged.
Ed Holly, former major league ball
player, sued for divorce. Wife names
Mrs. Ethel Davis.
Will of Mrs. Josephine De Jonghe,
widow of hotel man, filed. Disposes
of $500,000 estate.
Walter Karlovsky, 24, and Mrs.
Amelia Kinsello, 27, elopers from
Charleston, W, Va., arrested. Woman
said to have left husband and child.
- Jas. B. Kraus, salesman Clidden
Varnish Co., is divorced from wife,
but lives in same flat Says he pays
rent Wanted alimony reduced. Told
to leave flat.
Pat Walsh and John Smith fined $5
and costs each oa charge of stealing
robe from auto of Frank Allen.
. Step h an Schultz, 16, accused of
shooting and wounding John For
nella, 17, 851 N. Wood. Said it was
Frank Haskins, 20-year-old son pi
B. C. Haskins, pres. International
Harvester Co., who fell in love with
Joy Gardner, cabaret dancer, taken
home by papa. Joy says she doesn't
Minnie Johns. 9, Desplaines, III.,
died after operation on tonsils.
Rose Wahrer says she gave John
Ludwig, former fiance, $2,550 to in
vest in real estate business. Wants
money back. '
Two bandits got $40 from "lisle
bank" of wife of M. Weckert, saloon
keeper, 300 W. 30th.
John Hardin transferred and John
Sloan stripped of star for political
activity. Both policemen.
Mrs. Nellie M. Cavenaugh filed
separation against Fairbank Cave
naugh, DL Com'l Men's ass'n." Named
Mrs. Ella Lass, widow.
Burt Dean, "freshie" at North
western "U," ducked in lake by haz
ers. Left school.
Health Com'r Robertson wants or
dinance to compel reports on food