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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:04; sunset, 5:03.
Aage Larsen, held as Art Institute
thief, booked on burglary charge.
Mrs. Helen Diamond, 3421 Indiana
av., fined $100 and costs for carrying
Wm. E- Trude, 6413 Venon av.,
accused of infidelity in divorce bill of
Mrs. Hattie J. Trude. Named Grace
1 .Samuel Green, patient at Michael
Reese hospital, suicide. Gun.
Body of week-old baby girl, stran
gled with cord-fpund in ash can at
rear of 1107 N. Winchester av.
Wm. R. Jenney, auto sales mgr.,
sued for divorce by Mrs. Carlotta
Jenney. Cruelty charged.
Selden H. Boone, chiropodist, filed
suit for $25,000 against Jos. C. Rey
nolds, paper salesman, charging
alienation of affections of Mrs. Helen
Prof. Leonard C. Van Noppen said
John Milton took much of "Paradise
Lost" from works of Joost van den
Wondel, old Dutch writer.
Minnie H. Ahrens told Infant Wel
fare society that rural district was
more deadly to children than crowd
Auto bandits, made up with burnt
cork, got $153 from Peter Drumm's
roadhouse, 9500 Vincennes rd., and
$60 from Ed Blouin's saloon, Blue
License of Panama cafe, 35th and
State, revoked because of stabbing
affray. Movie inn, 17 N. Wabash av.,
lost liquor license because young
girls were introduced to men and al
lowed to drink there.
Master barbers of Douglas park
raised prices of shaves and haircuts.
Burglars got $2,000 worth of sil
verware and jewelry from home of
Max V. Konstamm, 5312 Greenwood
Thos. Cusack, pres. Cusack Ad
vertising ass'n, agreed to remove
signboard from in front of Port Dear
born tablet at Rush at bridge.
John Pollard, negro, arrested on
charge of attempting attack on Mrs.
Albert I. Leight, 3148 Douglas blvd.
Chicago Motor Bus Co. to start
line of auto buses from Devon av. to
loop April 7.
Negro sought for robbery of $2,000
worth of diamonds from Mrs. Wal
ter A. Stuhr, 458 Briar pL
Burglars got $18 from saloon of
Peter Gisuntoli, 2400 Fullerton av.
Mrs. Stephan D. Foutris, 24, Hull
House social worker, reported mar
ried to Antonas G. Frangos, Greek
Judge Brothers entered judgment
aggregating- $48,000 against 19
bondsmen who gave sureties in 14
criminal cases in which bonds were
Dr. Roscoe Giles, negro physician,
certified to medical staff of Munici
pal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. Pa
tients threaten strike.
Herman Maimen filed $10,000
breach of promise suit against Rose
Woolfsohn, erstwhile fiance. First
male plaintiff in such a case in this
Mrs. Jewel Lockerbie, 415 Web
ster av., wants divorce from Oswald
Lockerbie. Says he went to hotel
with another woman.
City Hall messenger boys want
CapL Morgan Collins, Central de
tail, hurt by fall.
Vernon Pierce, Englewood High
school pupil, had three fingers cut off
by circular saw. '
Walter Hurley ad M. A. Caswell,
arrested in connection with death of
Peter Bitterman, freed by coroner's
Det.-Serg't Ed Smale, ex-gambling
squad member, who disappeared
after being summoned to Hoyne's
office, returned to city. Denied he
had fled. To face charges before
Frank H. Getchellr electrical en
gineer, and J. F. Nichols, electrical