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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7; sunset, 4:20.
Dan Connell, 924 W. Marquette rd.,
held for driving auto while drunk.
Canal' st. public utility, tunnel to
be opened for inspection Tuesday.
Michael Schmitz, Evanston, fined
$25 as runner of blind pig.
Property owners protested against
plan of paving Dover and Beacon sts.
between Sunnyside and Lawrence
Mrs. Hinda Orbach hit hubby in
eye with soup bone, he says, filing
suit for divorce, Also mrew snoes,
Mayor restored undertaker's li
cense to Louis Cohen, 642 N. Clark.
Taken because of bad burial records.
Albert Milacek went home to moth
er when he wanted to take a bath,
Anna Milacek, 1019 W. 20th st., said
in divorce suit.
K. Friedman, clothing merchant,
released from year sentence at Fort
Leavenworth. -Sent up ior Bank
ruptcy fraud; served 11 months.
Mrs. Maude Kettles, 11120 Mich
igan av., thought her husband want
ed her to get divorce. Sued for sep
Wm. Danner, Hubbard Woods, sued
for alienation of affections by Timo
thy Walsh, brother Ibige member.
Mrs. Margaret Hallanger, 4464
Lake Park av.f asks divorce because
husband couldn't keep her.
Twenty-six embployes of city seal
er's office agreed to work for month
without pay if city can't raise funds.
Att'y Henry Levy arresfed after
first fight with Att'y Irving Zazove.
Mistake, he says.
Mrs. Wm. F. Cooper, wife of Judge
Cooper, thrown to street by car at
Clark and Madison. Head cut. -
Three track men killed on New !
York Central at Gibson, Ind., when
train hit electric car.
Wm. Crawford, 1528 N. La. Salle,
says his wife hit himo hard it could
be Aeard a block. Wants divorce.
Case against Raymond Bugert,
Winnetka, for kissing Katherine
Borre by surprise on street, con
tinued until Friday.
"Maude Beird, 19, married to Lloyd
Beeler of Aurora, a few hours after
she got a divorce.
Suit filed in federal courts to take
dam out of old Michigan, canal at
Sterling, HL Water backs up over
Harry Bigelow, 2, 6448 University
av., ate pills he found in box. Dead.
Jacob Segal, Milwaukee, held in
detective bureau for failing to pay
$10 bill at Hotel Sherman. Triedfo
sell insurance to police.
Mrs. Anna Ewart, 17, of Ewart, la.,
sought by police, returned to home
of sister at 321 E. 41st
Cap't Morgan Collins next chief of
police, says rumor.
Mrs. Cleo Headland, 2914 Jackson
blvd., tried to jump from Van Buren
st. bridge. Caught; sorry she didn't
succeed, she says.
Sam Silk, 1603 W. 12th, arrested"
when nolice found his' storv about
losing $200 was fake.
Mrs. John Ricketts, 4040 Keystone
av., was dying from Jiemorrhage
during child birth. Saved by trans
fusion of blood.
Jas. A. Patten, Evanston, gave the
Northwestern U. $134,000; Evanston
Mildred Ulc, 7533 Ingleside av.,
dead. Stumbled into pail of hot wa
ter week ago.
Mrs. Josephine Bennett, fighting
for. widow's share of Jas. K," Sebree
estate, denied she drank heavily. Told
of mental breakdown that necessi
Ira Baker, Univ. of Illinois expert
o npaving, to testify about skimping'
on city streets before council com
John L. Breh, 1956 S. Homan, sajd
Carlstand-Becker o., printers, fired
him because he served on jury in mur
der case. Investigation under wv.