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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:18; sunset, 4:34.
AdolpH S. Lippert, saloonkeeper,
502 S Halsted, summoned by Judge
Fisher. Eight girls, taken In raid,
said he installed buzzer system. John
Dailey, porter, sentenced to six
months. , . ,
Gov't prosecution of 12 former ot
ficials of Independent Harvester Co.,
Piano, begun. , , ,
Edna Ralston, 17, Winchester, Ind.,
runaway, found at Hotel Gladstone,
Wabash and Harrison.
Robert Rueping, diamond broker,
29 E. Madison, sued for divorce by
Mrs. Maud Madson Rueping, 4301 N.
Lincoln. Too stingy, she says.
Timothy Curtin, young bondsman
who figured in Landis expose, sought
by police. Accused of givirig worth
less check for $40 on Paul W- Bosse,
v saloonkeeper, 75 W. Randolph.
Mrs. Marie M. Bartos awarded
$10,000 verdict against Chicago Rail
ways Co. Husband killed by street
Mrs. Lena Jackson failed to get
divorce from Atty Chas S. Jackson.
Mrs. E. F. WTrth, 129 N. Sacra
mento blvd., left $400 gold meshbag
Perfecto cafe, 150 N. Wabash.
MCohuslave Mysalicz, 1340 V 18th,
dead. Gas. Accident.
Paul Everingham, local agent
Travelers' Insurance Co.. sued for di
vorce. Wife says he drinks. Said
Ho have $16,000 yearly income.
Mrs. lona H. Keel wants separa
tion from Jas. Franklin Keel, Inter
national Time Recording Co. Cruelty
Lucy Brabant, 14, 1626 E. 75th:
Frances Baumgard, 17, 7116 Cornell
av., and third girl missing. All would
be Mary Pickfords.
Four alleged members of "bank
ruptcy ring" sentenced by Judge
Humphrey. S. J. Rosenthal, two
years; A. Krecun, year and a day;
Harry Himmelman, year and day,
and Ralph Krecun, six months.
Jas. B. Tucker, policeman, sued for
divorce by Ada V. Tucker. Cruelty
Five oculists yesterday testified
that Peter Zyla was really blind.
Att'y Cornelius S. See, 70, 6503
Kimbark av., missing for 24 hours,
Mrs. Ellis Williams, Gary, Ind.,
failed to get divorce although she
produced letters from other women
to her husband.
Fred CarJem, 5422 Lake Park av.,
and Frank Howard arrested on the
charge of robbing Geo. Larson In
Dover hotel, 1110 N. Clark'.
Judge Albert C. Barnes, who pre
sided at trial of Herman Billik, con
demned latter's pardoning.
Women's Bar ass'n want State's
Att'y Hoyne to appoint female as
sistant Fire in chair shop threatened Jo
liet prison. Convicts fought flames.
Geo. G. Ogle, wealthy publisher
and clubman, got divorce from Ruth
Ogle. Said she used to- beat him.
Police force will not be reduced
this year. ,
Mary Smith, former "$10,000
heiress" of Parkhurst farm, reported
married to J. E. Whipple, 60, Invent
or, Hamilton, Ont.
Pauline AH and Marie Mitchell,
gypsies, 943 Milwaukee av., arrested
on charge of robbing two young
John Coloneder, 7, 3323 Emerald
av., killed by auto of D. J. Maclean,
6240 Normal av.
Ignatz A. Zineras, 1836 W. 47th,
employe of J. J. Ellas' private bank,
4600 S. Wood, and $1,500 bankis mo
Mrs. Willa Mantel, 1903 Summer
dale av., "wants freedom from David
Building Trades Council wants
mail tubes kept.
Mrs. Isabella Frascher, 60, 6409 S.
Laflin.Jfell on icy sidewalk. Dead.