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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:18; sunset, 4:32.
Fire Gapts. Michael Noon and
Henry Weydert placed on pension
Two white men and two Chinese
held as opium suspects. "
Mrs. Bertha Shapiro, 1607 S. Avers
av., died on way to hospital from
Judge Barrett probing disappear
ance of Felix Rodriguez, complain
ant against three negroes in robbery
Henry D. Frank, pres. Chicago
Electrotypers' union, sued for divorce
by Mrs. Katherine Frank, 1800 S.
Robert L. Reese, 5200 S. LaSalle,
returned to wife after long absence.
She refused him. Died of gun wound
later. Wife, Matthew Young and
Gus Hill, boarders, held. May have
Mrs. Grace Morrisson, 225 Long
av., got divorce from Jas. M. Mor
rison. Another" woman.
Rudolph Priess, waiter at Red Star
inn, sued for divorce by Mrs. Rose.
Cruelty. Gets $14 a week salary, she
says, but tips amount to $45.
Victor Cassel, 14, charged with de
serting from Great Lakes naval
training station. '
E. H. Sothern, noted actor, ill.
Forced to cancel rest of engagement
Underwent operation for organic
Dr. Chauncey J. Hadley, dentist,
6900 Lakewood av., suicide. Gas.
19-year-old wife of three "weeks
found body. Cause not knowh.
Jos. Kamarke, 14, 1724 Roscoe,
arrested for theft of auto of Wm.
Nelson Peloue, Mayor Thompson's
Dr. Wm. Sadler said yesterday the
time was soon coming when healthy
people would be able to borrow 4 ris Katz, brothers, 1077 Maxwell
money and use vital 'organs as se
Cook county inheritance taxes in
1916 amounted to $2,009,062.
Alfred Tallman, 8805 S. Paulina,
ordered to. pay $550 to Anna Brasch,
18, 6345 S. Kostner av., whom he
wronged after dance hall romance.
Francis Carbone, 1039 Taylor, ask
ed Judge Stelk to order wife to sup
port him. Judge refused.
Two young auto bandits held up
five on Northwest Side. $36x and
Dr. Wm. Healy, director Juvenile
Psychopathic hospital, will head
similar institution in Boston.
Butler' R. Storke, former "boy
wizard of La Salle street," sued T. F.
Keator,for $175,000 for numerous
John Gunderson, 1008 Monroe,
jumped in lake in suicide attempt
Water too cold. Yelled for help.
Lucy, Brabant, 14,' 1626 E. 75th,
student at Bowen High, missing.
Had stage- ambitions.
Max" Spiegel, Drexel blvd., has
three dogs that are nuisance, says
city in suit filed against Spiegel, a
Jury found John Carr and Jos.
Stark guilty of robbing saloon of M.
Feinberg. They pleaded it was only
Nineteen ash wagon drivers in 34th
ward. Ordered to haul 15 wagon
loads a week instead of 12 as hereto
fore. G. Turner,Vancher, Panora, la., re
ceived message son was dead. Later
Jos. Brigole, 12, 206 W. Huron,
found with head split open. Said
father hit him with' axe because he
wouldn't beg. Father missing.
Mrs. Elizabeth Martin, 4736 S.
State, found dead. Poisoned, belief.
Police probing. ,
Bottle of liniment exploded .and
badly burned Sam, Nathan and Mor-
Francis P. Owings, builder of Chi
cago's first "12-story skyscraper," to
face sanity test
Nine autos stolen yesterday.
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