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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:42; sunset, 4:28.
Ralph Warren, Battery B member,
.arrested on charge of forging $50
check. Northern Trust Co. com
L. S. Payment, 60, 9 W. Harrison,
hit by street car. May die.
Mr Ethel Ziven, 1336 N. Western
av., wants divorce from I. Ziven.
Says he boasted of other women.
Federal civil service exams will be
held between Nov. 22 and Dec. 15.
Frank Cvish, former Austrian army
officer, held to grand jury f op- mur
der of Stephan Zagar, banker.
Gus Simmons, negro barber, 9 W.
29th, killed Chas. Huff, 3130 Vernon
av., by cutting throat with, razor.
Mrs. Florence W. Popple divorced
from Marvin L. Popple. Cruelty.
Unidentified man badly hurt by
auto of R. C. Wieboldt, 1359 Thorn-
Mrs. Augusta Brietzke, Wanatah,
IndV, died on train aB she was com
ing to visit daughter, Mrs. Otto Bue-
low, 708 N. Homan av.
Antonio Murfese, 1324 Erie, hurt
by street car. May die.
Stanley Derris, Chicago Heights,
killed by crane in American Manga
nese Steel plant
Mrs. Sophia Steuer divorced from
Rose Cordon, 30, domestic in the
home of Mrs. Kate Polakow, 6l48
Kimbark av., and $1,000 jewels mis
sing. Several witnesses swore jthat San
ford Rosenbaum, sentenced to 14
years for alleged murder of Fred
Gross, was innocent. Case may be
Permit for :re-opening of-Beaux
Arts cafe refused by city. ' '
Mrs. Ella Knowles, 6114 Dorchester
av., filed petition for custody of aged
husband, Chas. W. Knowles, now in
hands of daughter, Mrs. Evelyn L.
$300,000 fire swept Kensington
freight yards of Michigan Central.
Mary Dawes Hotel for Women,
Throop and Jackson, will open Jan. 1.
Frost alleged jury bribing case will
go to jury tomorrow.
Two bandits got $55 from Newark
Shoe Ca., 6317 S. Halsted.
Nora Hoyes, cook, 2400 S. Park
av., overcome by gas. Will recover. Cl
Lieut Edgar 2. Steever, U. S. A.,
may become drill master of public
Oak Park treasury empty. No mo
ney to pay police and firemen.
Five rQen sought for fatal assault
on Kenneth A. Aulp, 670 W. 60th.
Henry Schultema, 6937 Justine,
given divorce from 16-year-old wife
who left him.
Chas. Culverson, 65, 6456 Stewart
av., killed by autq of'Thos. Kelly,
6220 S. Loowis.
Poljceman Wm. Harris fired by
trial board for shooting son, Police
man Jas. H. Harris.
Rocco Cugna, former poolroom
keeper at 2137 Wabash, who was
sent to Leavenworth prison Aprilj
1915, for peddling opium, pardoned
Wm. Schoch, principal at Yale
school, will probably succeed John
Henry Heil as principal of Morgan
Park high school
Mrs. Florence Kirkpatrick dropped ,
non-support charge against Walter
E. Kirkpatrick. He agreed to pay
$15 a week.
TO SHOwlJsl?OWTO EAT
Dr. John Dill Robertson's solution
for the high cost of living is for the
poor to eat cheaply. So he appoint
ed a citizens' cook committee of ten
men and women yesterday to bring
out a well-balanced, low-priced diet
The Butter and Egg Boardwhich
controls the supply of butter, eggs
and cheese, was visited by federal
sleuths yesterday. They are seeking
evidnce against the board on grounds
of collusion with the Elgin board to
raise prices. ,