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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:09;' sunset, 4:19.
Tabor Nicholes, sub mail carrier,
arrested on charge of stealing from
Anselm . Dietrichstein, . musician,
s,ued for divorce, says he has no mo
ney for alimony.
Maj. William R. Stiles and wife, El
vira Stiles, -will be tried on conspiracy
charge next month. .
Harvey H. Daniel, 830, W. 55th,
wants divorce from Martha Daniel.
Charges drunkenness and infidelity.
Fred Denman named.
Chas. Boynton, 16 W. Garfield
blvd., shot in leg by negro holdup
Hoi;se fell on A. J. Brink, 2409 W.
Homer. Leg broken.
Five men and four women arrested
while playing cards in home of Henry
Rosenheim, 5010 Calumet av., dis
Mrs. Anna Lafferty wants divorce
from Fred Lafferty. Said he cut off
her hair to make her look homely.
Mary Harris, 10, 7828 Rhodes av.,
ran away and went to loop theater.
Escorted home by police.
' Mrs. Evelyn Lanier, 130 E. 55th,
divorced from Victor Lanier. Drunk
enness. John C. Leyendecker, painter, sued
for divorce. Wife charges cruelty
and infidelity. Mollie Pollock named.
Old Rose Distilling Co. auto truck,
driven by Sam Malbjtz, and auto of
A. M. Karstromr843 E. ,76th, collided.
Vincent Rizeksa, 1243 Dickson,
wrote note leaving body to "any hos
pital." Then .drank poison. Will
Northwestern "L" train jumped
track at Chicago av. station. Traffic
delayed, for an hour.
. John C. Cushman, actor, arrested
on charge of not paying $42 bill at
Mrs. Zofia Pytka, 575 N. Carpenter,
got divorce. Said hubby used to kiss
jjcture of another and then beat her.
Divorce case in which William F.
Adenvas acting as counsel delayed
so Ader cduld marry Birdie .F.
Schwartze, 166 N. Halsted.'
Pearle Mellen, actress, sued P. J.
Murphy for $100,000. Slander
Dr. Armandus Horn, 2423 N. Clark,
married one month, tried suicide.
Gas. May live.
State's Att'y Hoyrre says it's up to
Thompson to keep saloons closed' on
Police Capt Jos. Smith, formerly
of 22d st station, faces trial board
Five stolen autos found in Julius
Zimmerman's garage, 4111 W.
Adams. Zimmerman under arrest.
Jas. McCullom found guilty of
murder of Geo. Tereberry, West Side
bartender, 20-year sentence. '
Burglars got-S450 worth of jewels
from home of Mrs- Pearl E. Johnson,
413 Wrightwood av.
Judge Stewart, speeders' court,
-after "court fixer" who swindled
Thos. Stearns, 6234 Winthrop av.,
out of $10.
State's Att'y Hoyne to prosecute
physoicians who fail to report births.
Mrs. M. L. Castle, principal owner
of M. L. Castle & Co., steel manufac
turers, married to Wm. B. Simpson,
pres: of cpmpany.
Jos. Woyton, son of Geb. Woyton,
contractor, tried suicide in Muske
gon, Mich. Poison. Love affair.
H. Percye Millar, renominated for
president of Press club.
Italian Pr6gressive, club, 621 W.
Elm, to co-operate with police to end
Little Italy murders.
Director Campanini, Chicago
Grand Opera Co., told. striking chorus
men that their jobs will be filled un
less they return to work today.
Mrs. Louise Osborne Rowe to dis
cuss plans to curb loan sharks.
Mrs. Herbert McGarren free to sail
to England with two children-