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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:1.8; sunset, 4:28.
Fred Bartlett, new city treasurer,
took desk in City Hall yesterday.
Mrs. Chas. Heit, 6346 -Sheridan rd.,
asketi divorce. Says husband scared
her -with gun.
Augustine Kline, 13, who eloped
from Elgin and married, takenhome.
Mrs. Mamie Hunczyk, asking di
vorce, says she was married while
under influence of liquor.
Wm. McDonald, vice pres. I. X. L.
Mfg. Co., held to grand jury on $2,000
Chief of Police He.aley took star
from Policeman Thos. Gibbons, ac3
cused as member of thief trust
Chas. McGee, director Clarendon
beach, made skating pond for kids;
cost city 15 cents for nails.
Policemen Clarence Giles, Ed
Tuohy and Ray Gilso, W. Chicago
av. station, praised by Chief Healey.
Harold Mortell, 1426 S. Union av.,
held to grand jury for murder of
George Floss, 1664 W. 15th. Self de
fense, he says.
Gas consumers of Wilmette and
Waukegan get reduction in ratek of
about 10 cents a thousand.
Henry Golinski, 10 months, 1040
N. Lincoln, fell on chair. Fractured
Mrs. George Weigle, wife of cashier
who embezzled $7,000 from Harris
Trust Co., got divorce. Infidelity.
Anp-elo Lorenzo, 4, 2707 W. Chi
cago ax.j fell into boiler of hot water
on floor. Dead.
' Charles Roberts, Indian, 1218 W.
Washington blvd., got divorce.- Says
white wife was not true to him.
Jos. Reke, 2221 Cortland, arrested
for alleged theft of Croats from
Forest Preserve- Comm'n decided
tn tret l6 acres between Milwaukee.
Caldwell, Devon and North Shorejj
Lucius Fyfe, former Fed league
umpire, hit by suit for separate .main
tenance. Other women alleged.
Dr. Hugh Betz to get old. job as
sup't Iroquois Memorial hospital.'
Clara Matyasik, 8, 2507 Augusta,
got lost while seeking brother, also
missing. Both found. t
Forest Preserve Comm'n got tract
of land near Deerfield for $13,929.
E. G. Sullivan, 615 E. 50th, arrest
ed for failure to support wife. Was
willing to .live with her; case con
tinued. Harlan Stone elected president of
Ass'n of American Law Schools.
Jasko Semkowich on trial; shot
Mrs. Anna Oskowich in neclc. She
was cold to him because he was bald.
Michael Wehern, undertaker, Mat
teson, HI., killed by fall on icy side
Mrs. Herbert Gebaur, member Al
aski trio skating at Palace theater,
quit Because of trouble with hus
band, also in trio.
Paul Blumenthal, shoe jobber,
grabbed by Judge Landis when" he,
"couldn remember" details of tran
saction in bankruptcy case.
Mrs. Jane Williamson, 1355 Elm-,
dale av., wrote letters to neighbor
calling him "hubby." Husband got
Adolph Kausal, 3308 Beacty av.,
won divorce suit. Wife gave him
"love powders" which made him ilL
Richard Kirby, 6424 Rfdge av., fell
off car at Oak and Clark sts.- Dead,
Henry 'Jackson, 5254 S. Dearborn,
negro, arrested when he started on
rampage' with 'gun and knife. None
. Louis Cheromokos, saloonkeeper,
1521 N. Clark, discharged on com-
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r-ranK mix, xuDercuiar patient at
County hospital, suicided" by six
story leap. "?
Ernest Falkenberg indicted by
federal grand jury. Sent threaten
ing letters. v
Ruth Baney, 4020 Grand blvd., ar
restedj jvejitjto office o GeorgJM&r
dii,e, Old' Colony bldg. witVeyoVvar,