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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:20; sunset, 5:37.
Thos. Clancy, 4514 N. Kenton av.,
electrocuted while repairing wires in
basement of Sellers Mfg. plant, 4651
Eighty-one detective sergeants
started injunction proceedings to
stop chief of police from reducing
Max Wilenski and Fred Schmidt
sent to prison from year to life for
payroll job at Olson Mfg. Co., office,
1532 Elk Grove av., Nov. 20.
Saloon license taken from Nels
Jorgenson, 4021 W. North av., on
violation of Sunday" closing law
Mrs. Jas. M. Rolph, 4831 W. 24th
pL, got divorce. Says her hubby went
to Terre Haute, Ind., for visit in
August, 1914, and stayed.
Albert Goldberg taken by federal
authorities with five pounds of
Probasco Livery & Expressing Co.
up before Judge Landis on crooked
Frank Malinkowski, 1629 Black
hawk st, hanged self with necktie in
basement of saloon at 919 Milwaukee
Albert H. Zink, accused of deser
tion by Mrs. Lulu Zink. She wants
Julian Kahn, salesman, locked up'
when Mabel anerman, von uearDorn
hotel, complained that he took $5
Paul Herion, 1633 S. Michigan av.,
arrested for robbery of grocery store
of Chas. Wooldridge, 2932 S. Park av.
Mrs. Lillian Ponakowski, 151 W.
45th pi., got divorce when she show
ed Judge Sullivan postcard from girl
to her hubby.
Mrs. Eloise Gadd, 5543 Winthrop
av., accuses other women of taking
away her husband, from whom she
Open verdict by coroner's jury on
death of Mrs. Katherine O'Reilly,
wio died by gas at 7 K Illinois.
Erma Fried, 4904 N. Paulina, tried
suicide with poison because she lost
job. Will recover.
Loss of $28,000 sustained and sev
en firemen overcome when store of
D. A. Marks burned at 957 Welling
License of bar of Thos. Drozdow
ski, 955 W. Randolph, revoked be
cause immoral women frequented
Wm. Faringer turned over $12,000
worth of Gary real estate in Judge
Landis' court to pay debt to bank
rupt Pitte bank.
Dr. John L. Van Valkenburg, 7 N.
Homan av., accused in death of Ber
tha Dombrowski, says she was oper
ated on before she came to him.
John Liebe, 1631 N. Western av.,
fined $200 as suspicious character
by Judge Mahoney. Accused of pick
Frank Scott, 600 N. Dearborn, re
ported dead from fractured skull,
came home yesterday.
Lawrence Cooney, policeman, 4316
N. Irving av., was going to move
away from wife. She took his pants
and kept him in; then went to court.
Ruth Allen, graduate of Univ. of
Chicago, went to Washington to aid
in high cost of living investigation.
Mrs. Elizabeth Noel sued for $79,
732, which she says divorced hus
band owes her in back alimony.
Course in military training began
yesterday at the Univ. of Chicago.
Aurellus C. Turpin, real estate
dealer, 1240 Washington blvd., sued
for breach of promise.
Mirrors to show improper dancers
how they look urged as a cure for
immoral steps by Sixth Ward Civic
Price of potatoes coming "down,
declared South Water st commis
sion men today.
Twenty-seven business organiza
tions forwarded telegrams to con
gress urging that Wilson be given