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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:17; sunset, 4:40.
Jos. Butler, negro, and Jos. Fallon
found guilty of robbery charges.
OsSar Sanberg, Lemont, III., jailed
for ten days for dodging jury service.
Sylvester F. Koons, 4153 Sheridan
rd.f wants divorce from Sarah. Says
she left when he kicked against com
pany she was keeping.
Clavino Battuci pleaded guilty to
killing Antonio Gigallip during argument-
One year to life sentence.
Mrs. Bessie McAvo, 940 Lawrence
av., wants divorce from Frank J. Mc
Avoy, pres. London Auto Supply Co.
Herbert Thomas, 16, 854 W. 51st,
arrested in connection with attacks
S. F Allen, tailor, arrested on the
charge of pandering on conjplaint of
John Tessin, 4055 Carroll av., ar
rested for non-support of wife. .Har
ried 34 years. Given one month in
which to make good by Judge Stelk.
Louis Lemagna, 1437 Spruce, ar
rested on charge of threatening wife
and four children with shotgun.
Clifford Mitchell, 1553 W. Madison,
arrested. Wife said he beat her.
Signed peace bond. .
Wanda Tyrela, 7, 660 Liberty, fell
r against stove. Burned to death, x
Frank Mailiff, 31, who created ex
citement when he tried to force way
to Judge Landis, sent to insane asy
Christian Schaeffer, 213 W; 22d,
ftrund dead in chair in upright -pos-tion.
Holdup man got $10 from C. Tol
man, saloonkeeper, 3525 Walton, but
refused to rob bar patrons because
they were workingmen.
Mrs. Elsie Heutting, 2927 Edge
wood av.t treas. of Platt-Deutsche
Guild, said she was robbed of $210.
- Police scout story. -
J. Maurice Pettit pleaded guilty to
slaying girl-wife. Her mother asked
that he be spared death nenalty.
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Col. Franklin A. Denison, negro po
litician, named ass't att'y-gen. by E.
J. Brundage. y
Widow and three children of Edw.
Morris; packer, to build $200,000
gymnasium at Lincoln Center.
Two negroes beat AgnesLangan,
cashier Wisconsin Dairy Co. restaur
ant. Got gold watch and $10 from
Three small negro boys gdt $30
from Benj. Saltzman, grocer, 126 E.
30th. Locked him in icebox-
Albert Mack and Julius Splitt, Chi
cago, and J. Hollerbush, Woodstock,
drowned in McCullom's Lake, near
"Sins of the Sons," film play spon
sored by" Chicago reformers, refused
O. K. of Chief Schuettler. '
Count Henry Charles Von Bardi,
Duke of Parma, convicted in Sweden
of forgery committed hre.
James' B. True wants divorce from
Florence, Charges desertion.
W. J. Cooke, clerk in Chicago
branch of Bank of Montreal, who
was missing, returned home.
Lawrence Jack, night clerk at
Hotel Ioraine, on trial on serious
charges' made by 15-year-old girl.
"Mother Mary" Doane,3356 Ver
non av., who for years operated ques
tionable jlat at 210 E. Ohio,' died afer
Don W.- Osborne, Topeka, Kas.,
walked out of Fort Dearborn -hotel
clad only in pajamas. Psydopathic
Ten-year-old boy, thought to be
Robert Hunt, 4603 S.' Fairfield av.,
found unconscious on railroad tracks.
Skull fractured. Probably hit by a
Chief Justice Harry Olson in Nev
York. J. K Prindlvyje acting as
chief justice of municipal court
Exe6utor's bond of Peter Von
Frantzius, son of latQ Fritz Von
Frantzius, fixed at $3,000,000.
Ben Konalzski, 1549 Blackhawk,
and Rocco Larenato, 3555 W. Su-