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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:16; sunset, 4:23.
Mrs. Adelyn Slavek Brown grant
ed divorce and $50 month alimony
Cram Chas. Marshall Brown.
Judge Dolan intimated .he .would
parole W. J. Doody, director of Dante
playground, accused as modern "Fa
gin" by boy auto thieves.
Barney Medicka threw box
through window of Thompson res
i taurant Arrested.
Michael Novack filed $100,000 suit
against Fisher & Matson Co., Ill W.
Washington. False arrest charged.
Mrs. Lillian P. Kyle wants divorce
fjpm Lyman H. Kyle. Charges cru
elty and non-support.
Body of Mrs. Anna Henderson, 69,
1309 E. 72d pi.' found on sidewalk.
. Believed- to have committed suicide
"by jumping from window.
Tille Fulson, 12, 10911 Vincennes
av., badly hurt by Natl Biscuit Co.
Three- armed men robbed Oscar"
Zelflen, 6136 S. Racine av., "of $100,
and Isaac Kraiise of 6128 S. Racine
av., of $6.
Mrs. Sadie Lyntzeski, 5460 Burley
av., dropped dead while buying Xmas
tree former three children.
Alfred Brochn, wealthy hermit,
607 S. Loomis, found dead. Gas? Ac
Harold Holton Woods, 1517 Belle
plaine av., accused of cruelty in di
vorce bill of Mrs. Ruth Caroline
Aid. Harry E. Littler endorsed for
re-election by 28th ward Republicans.
Eric Nordstrom, 367 W. Chicago
"ay., "wrote letters to city-officials say
ing city owed him $48,541 for old in
, jury. Psycopathic hospital.
Wilmette village board protested to
Chicago, -North Shore & Milwaukee
electric road against 5 a. m. express
train which rushes through city. -It
wakes up the place.
Nellie Hantz found guilty of rob
bing home of Chas. Norton, 1518 W.
18th. One to ten years' sentence.
Jos. Opila, "J743 W. Superior, held
to grand jury on charge of murdering
W. Goskiewicz, 1757 Huron, killed
Mrs. Mary 05hea, 740 N. Hamlin
av., knocked down and robbed of $25
in cash and $300 in checks by man at,
Halsted st station "of Oak Park "L."
Geo. Parker, 13, ran away frpm
Petersburg, W. Va., in October. Pick
ed up in Evanston, hungry. Wi1! be
W. A. Brantham killed by falling
lumber at new bldg. in Maywood.
Coroner's chemist found Dr. With
ers C. Watts, 624 Independence blvd., .
died of mercury poisoning. Investi
gating toifind whetheY it was suicide,
murder or accident.
$150,000 fire destroyed plant of
Pitner Gasoline Lighting Co. at State
and Kinzie. Adjoining rooming
houses threatened. Watchman says
'phone girl's failure to respond
caused half-hour delay.
Wm. Bradley, 25, 1913 Webster av.,
badly hurt when three autos collided
at Oak and Dearborn sts. Albert
O'Dosko, salesman, cut and bruised.
Gov. Dunne may commute sen
tence of Thos. Glynn, "model prison
er," serving life sentence for" mur
der. " Roosevelt once interested in
Property owners on 22d st want
Mayor Thompson to close Old Vienna
cafe, formerly Freiberg's.
J. Snyder, 34, laborer, 512 S. State,
suicide. Hanged self.
Frank Lloyd Wright gave farewell
dinner. Going to ToTtio. ,
Republicans plan to "create two
new congressional districts on North
Side. , '
Wm. B. Fluz, private banker of
West Pullman, missing. $5,000 said,
to be gone from vaults.
Gorham H. Coffin, father of Percy
B. Coffin.lcivil service head, seriously
Hanry Tinnett, 1412 Qlybourn av.,
who used to give money to poor o