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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:45; sunset, 5:24.
Mrs. Walter Rose, 863 E. 33d, tes
tified husband -wanted to sell their
baby for $100. Given divorce.
C. W. "Dick" Greiner married Lu
cille Storer, chorus girl, in Jackson
Perry H. Francisco, 7118 Harvard
av., granted divorce from Opal Fran
cisco. Wife admitted she had brok
-Margaret Trant and Frieda Rogers,
charged with operating resort as
"massage parlor" in Boyce bldg., 26
N. Dearborn, fined $5 and costs each.
Mrs. Ruth Brophy Willis, 4708 Aus
tin, given divorce from Chas. Willis.
Adolph W. Kuebler, 6937 S. Peoria,
arrested on charge of annoying lit
Alleged handbook at 4018 Cottage
Grove, av. raided. 25 men arrested.
Roy Shumway booked as keeper.
R. R. Nielson, chauffeur and house
man for LeRoy Kramer, vice pres.
Pullman Co., killed by fall from 2d
Michael J. MescaJI, owner of dry
"goods store, 345 S. Cicero, accused of
contributing to delinquency of airs.
Myrtle Mowatt, 3955 26th, freed. Mrs.
Serg'ts M. J. Ryan and W. E.
O'Connor, Cottage Grove av. station,
commended by chief for capturing
murderer on description.
Examination for sec'y of city civil
service board tomorrow.
Dorothy Goodwin, 4644 Sheridan
rd., accused by Peter Badorf, 824 E.
47th, of taking $250 and diamond
Wysel Rutryk, 329 W. 112th,4es
caped from fire by lowering self from
second floor with sheets tied to bed
post. Returned and rescued wife and
Mrs. Bertie Swikard, 6215v Glen
wood av., divorced from Edw. L Swi
kard Says "he left her when she
was about to have fourth child.
Two cases of eggs stolen from
wagon of American Cheese & Pro
dude Co., 736 W. Randolph.
Sam'l Rabinoff, att'y, ordered to
pay $6 a week to Mrs. Evelyn Hart,
divorced wife, fpr support of their
Mrs. Leah K. Fish wants divorce
from Alvin L. "Fish. Infidelity
charged. Mrs. R. T. Crawley named.
Mrs. Amy Catlin, 2358 Park av.,
cleared of infidelity charge of Edwin
L. Catlin. His divorce hill dismissed.
Judge held that baby, disclaimed by
husband, was legitimate. Mrs. Cat
lin granted decree.
Judge Fisher, morals court, order
ed all testimony given in whispers.
Curiosity seekers cheated. "-
Arthur Johnson, member of Irving
Park board, found guilty of accepting
public work contracts while a public
official. Sentence later.
Mrs. Anne A. Bottum, 518 Wright
wood av., against whom Chauncey
Bottum has started divorce suit, filed
$50,000 alienation suit, against his
parents, Mr. and Mrs Geo. L. Bot
tum, 456 Deming pi.
Quartermaster officers' - reserve
corps opened night class.
Mrs. Kate Simkowski, 5013 For
sythe av., fell out of second-floor
window while arguing with hubby;
didn't feaze her; went back Into the
house and resumed scrap.
Conrad Reese, Clinton hotel, con
fessed to Aurora police that he wrote
anonymous letters to Clara Lang
Clara Anderson, 14, 2424 Wilcox,
and Charlotte Preston, 15, 2312 Mad
ison, who disappeared Wednesday,
returned home. Slept all night in
Jos. B. Hall, 43, soap manufactur
er, 515 W. 65th pL, suicide. Ppison.
Trouble with wife.
John Weyforth, 6019 Dorchester
av , suicide. Gun 111 health.
Daniel R. Callahan, 4921 Justine,
former city fireman, found guilty of