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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:43; sunset, 5:25.'
Mrs. Anna Kirk, 1056 Mansfield av.,
divorced from Henry Kirk. Drunken
ness. Ass't State's AttV Johnston ex
pects to finish reading of testimony
of Storen trial, today, and Erbstein
O'Donnell trial will proceed. . -
Mrs. Beulah Z. Stone wants di
vorce from Harry D. Stone, county
bldg. employe. Non-support ana
drunkenness charged. Says he is one
of four heirs to $100,000 estate.
Judge Landis restrained trustee in
bankruptcy of John Sommers from
collecting on $12,000 note against E.
W. "Cap" Morrison.
James David . Trudel and Regina
Trudel, divorced two years ago, re
married. Sam Goldenberg, 3560 Grand blvd.,
sec'y Goldenberg Furniture Co., ar
rested after fighting with policemen.
Mrs. Robert Pipp, 1003 W. 77th,
died from affects of old beating. Hus
Jos. F. McGuire, Bloomington,
electrocuted while working on In
diana Harbor flat bldg. boiler.
Mrs. Leona Horcher White, 310 E.
51st, wants separate maintenance
from Carl M. White, head of Salary
Loan Co. Named Merle Long, ste
nographer. Burglars got $1,000 worth of jew
elry and clothing from home of Hazel
Kaufman, 1624 Highland. Ran when
she returned home suddenly.
Auto bandits got $105 from M. P.
Blauvelt, 4559 Greenwood av., comp
troller 111. Central.
Eli Metkoff, 1649 Baliou, druggist,
probably fatally hurt when car hit
Police rescued parrot in fire at 821
Two bandits got $23 from Thomp
son's restaurant, 105 N. Dearborn
st oarlv today.
Burglars got $3,000 loot in flat of
E. J Brach, who lives in ap't in same
building with. .Major, JhomnspA
Moses Gregsley and wife, 9317
Lyons av., arrested on complaint of
111. .Society for Prevention of 'Blind
ness. Said to have balked society's
efforts to cure 17-weeJcs'-old son,
threatened with blindness.
Unidentified man badly hurt by
auto of Jas. McCullon, broker, 3607
Pine Grove av. '
Countess Cardelli, formerly Ruth
Lamson, received gift of valuable
business block in S. Chicago from
father, S. W. Lamson.
Veterans of '61 pledge their aid in
getting recruits for army and navy.
Wife of Chas. J. Vopicka, U. S
minister to Balkans, seeking safe
conduct of husband to U. S.
Gustav Rittmeyer, water pipe ex
tension dep't, discharged, by civil
service board on graft charges.
Chief Justice Olson favors public
farms for morons.
Cleaners and pressers to boost
R. L. Pitte, private banker, still
missing. 'Friends fear suicide.
Chas. W. Murphy, owner of old
Cubs' park, sued present lessees,
charging non-payment of rent Will
probably rent it to Billy Sunday if he
Mary G. Dawes Hotel for Women,
Jackson and Throop, opened today.
Citizens' ass'n made plea for funds
to fight saloons.
Carl Vrooman, 'Illinois, said to be
slated for job in Wilson cabinet
Michael Schmidt and Nick Brozius
held on charge of running "blind
pigs" in Evanston.
Willey S. McCrea, treas. People's
Gas, Light & Coke Co., petitioned for
division of late-wife's estate. $600,
Man who killed self in Saratoga
hotel identified as W. S. Pelletier, St,
Health Com'r Robertson plans
"clean city" campaign.
Montana police want W. J. Russell,
slayer of EL. J. Collins in "triamela