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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:11; sunset, 4:54.
- Maude Wells, 40, 2352 Adams, sui
cide. Poison. Love affair.
Dr. John A. Wavrin, dentist, filed
suit for divorce againBt Mrs. Blanch
Wavrin in St. Louis. Named Edw.
G. Hopkins, Chicagoan.
Policemen Dudley, Davidson and
McGuire, arrested h gambling raid
on 318 Federal, discharged.
John -Murnane, 2352 Fullerton av.,
fined $200 and given 30 days in the
Bridewell on charges of Gertrude
Twitchell, 15, 4847 vCornelia av.
Mrs. Roberta Bautsch, 6219 Dor
chester av., divorced from Antone
Bautsch. Said he hit her when she
went to sleep while he was talking.
Trial of sjx men accused of beat
ing to death M. Guzowski, 1513 Em
Dr. Arthur McLaren sent to Ches
ter asylum for criminal insane.
Killed Dr. J. H. Weintraub, whom he
said "ruined" him by operation.
-Oscar Turner, 1426 Clifton Park
av., divorced from Alice. Desertion.
John F. Danley, mason contractor,
Glencoe, bankrupt Assets $8,169;
Enrico Ceabano, en route to Italy,
went insane atGrand Central sta
City Sealer Eller will start short
weight suits against 25 coal dealers.
Examination of applicants for
postoffice clerks, begun.
Auto bandits got $48 from Joseph
Nestor's grocery store, 3300 S.
Union av. "-
Police probing death of Paul A.
Lebuscher, 3217 W. Madison, said to
have died of pneumonia and injuries.
Seven Bohemians, arrested for
creating disturbance during parade
to Franz Joseph, Sunday, fined $5
Henry G. Carpenter, 4652 Beacon,
committed suicide in Hotel Charle
Clarence J. Keysboe indicted on
charge of peddling dope.
Peter O'Malley, 1155 Fultoji ct,
saved Peter and Mary Netoe, 3 and
4, from probable death. Snatched
them from path of street car.
First Deputy Westbrook's -squad
begun new hunt for Jean Crones.
City will open "39th st from Hal
sted to Ashland.
'Mrs. G. Cooke Adams, regent of
Daughters of British Empire, report
ed loss of three diamond rings at
Anthony Ramir, Melrose, probably
fatally hurt by auto at Lake st and
Harlem av. Autoists didn't stop.
National Leather and Shoe .Find
ers' ass'n accuse women's freak
shoes of being important factor in
high cost of leather.
' $136 stolen from box office of Or
Henry Wolff, 25 N. Peoria, fined
$100 and costs for selling drinks on
Wm. Bell, 635 W. .60th, hit by
auto. Machine sped away."
Peter J. Roth, patent medicine
merchant, Elkhart, Ind., sued for di
'vorce. Over 150 co-eds quarantined in
Willed, Northwestern "U." Scarlet
Police Serg't Nelson, transferred
from Cottage Grove av. to Hinman
Jas. J. pore, son of founder of
Chapin & Gore, liquor dealers, grant
ed annulment of marriage to Mrs.
Grace M. Gore. Latter says she still
,. Peter Badovinac, Jr., 1650 Throop,
and Sophie TJrtisch eloped to Crown
Oak Park street lights 'were out
Ex-Gov.- Dunne, commenting on
Wilson's speech, said president was
"Prince of Peace." v
Trains late because of severe
Geo. Graham and C. R. West, own
ers of Club buffet 5514 S. State.