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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:15; sunset, 4:45.
Body of unidentified, skull frac
tured, found in rear of Princess ho
tel, 341 S. Clark. Murder believed.
Frank Wilson, waiter, stole eleven
eggs and pound of coffee to aid
starving widow. (Discharged by
Katherine Schuitz, 22, forfeited
$600 bond. Charged with beating
Geo. F. Furey sued for divorce by
Mrs. Virginia Jfurey. Drunkenness
Dante Yorenzini, contractor, 2014
W. Adams, sued for divorce by Mrs.
Ethel Lorenzini. Said he allowed
her 12 cents a week for expenses.
Chas. J. Forsberg, city collector,
will ask police to get after men who
have not taken oufc 1917 business
Patrick Broderick, Oglesby, III.,
robbed of $260 by ragged stranger
whom he had befriended.
Meat market owners fined for
shortweighting: Morris Silverman,
735 Maxwell, fined $50; Roster &
Peller, 6403 S. Halsted, $25; Williams
& Co., 7004 N. Clark, $25.
Patrick McNichols, saloonkeeper,
4645 Wentworth av., arraigned for
Sunday violation, freed. Lack of ev
idence. Jas. Higgins, 406 W. 30th, fined
$50 and costs for beating year-old
Harold Tallmadge, 9930 S. Win
chester, fell into bathtub of scalding
water. Seriously burned.
John Bemian arrested on charge
of murdering Louis Tratt in Indiana"
Harbor Saturday night.
E. P. Leichsner, druggist, 2160 Ad
dison, fined $25 for selling liquor
without license. Chicago Law and
Order league complainant.
' Burglars got $150 in money and
$200 "worth of merchandise, includ
ing $15 worth of frankfurts, in stores
of Peter Schimberg, Robert Lorimer
and JEthodin Bros., Evanstoa.
Coroner investigating mysterious
death of Martin K. Powell,, former
street car conductor, at Chicago
State Hospital for Insane.
Fred Gastel, father of Fred Gastel,
Jr., millionaire real estate man of
Gary, suicide. Cut throat.
Ruth Pierson, 16 4943 N. Kedzie
av., eloped and married Willis G.
Bali, ass't sec'y of board of supervis
John G. Gary denied story that
Princess Chimay died in poverty.
J. Maurice Pettit, slayer of young
wife, given life sentence.
Joy Morton, multimillionaire head
of salt combine, to wed Margaret
Grey, nurse who-ttended first wife.
Julian Bandigan, 2152 W. 18th pi.;
Michael Daniels, 2756 21st; Walter
Kovalski, 1234 W. 49th pi., and Jos.
Wallace hurt when switch engine hit
John A. Muldoon, head of Motor
Transportation Co. and candidate
for postmaster, married to Josephine
Cashin, 4623 Calumet av.
Chas. B. Coryr newspaper reporter,
and Edna Thomas Novak, artist and
writer, admitted they have been
married since Nov. 24.
It took several hours to get three
children of Fred Frehe, 2132 Erie,
who were suffering with chicken pox,
into county hospital. Health com'r
Thos. Murray, 3801 S. Halsted,
found dead. Gas.
Erbstein-O'Donnell still lacks jur
ors. Mrs. Celia Waugh, 417 St James
pi., fatally hurt bystreet car.
Loraine Melville, mother of two
babies, 2352 NW. Lake, faces destitu
tion. Lost purse containing $35
Theq Stuehlke, 5643 Cottage
Grove av., suicide. Gun. Trouble
Chas E. Riddell, instructor in John
Marshall high school and head of
Logan Square Business, accused of.