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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Eva Marie Van Wagner, 2759
Armitage av., accuses husband of in
fidelity and cruelty. Names Ella, a
Alfred M. Moll, manager mail or
der dep't of A. L. Singer & Co., tail
ors, charged with infidelity in sep
arate maintenance suit of Mrs. Co
lenne D. MolL
John E. Caman, 6913 S. Wabash
av., embalmer, took poison. Will re
cover. Mrs. Sallie M. Spencer filed suit of
$53,000 against husband, who failed
to pay her that, amount after sep
aration as promised.
Martin C. Hawkins, late convict,
wants a chance to reform.
Att'y Rudolph Mats of Hubbard
Woods, 56, plunged to death from
18th floor of Hotel Belmont, New
York. Nervous breakdown.
Police arrested 32 men in raid on
alleged handbook, 3d floor, 674 N.
Freight traffic committee of Chi
cago Commerce ass'n started nation
wide appeal to Wilson to intervene
in rail crisis. ,
Chicago Normal school issued jn
formatioabulletins on gardening.
Trunk of "Count" W. Palmer
Sparks to be searched by police.
Part women played in shooting of
N. P. Delaney, correspondence school
Nicholas E. Wroblewski, clerk,
bought first certificate to raise ?50,
000 for high school volunteers' uni
forms. Cash Clay, negro coal driver, led
horse into 50th st station. Asked
police to hold it until eniployer paid
Otis Mueller bill for reorganization
of Chicago Board of Education, prob
ably be enacted in Springfield in few
Judge Barasa found six alleged
violators of Sunday closing r
nance not guilty, one guilty and
ryssed, one asked jury trial. - i
City employes of Irish extraction,
except in police or fire dep't, holiday
Paul N. Miliukoff, new foreign
minister of Russia, once professor of
Russian at U. of C.
Unidentified, mutilated body found f)
in vacant lot at 736 S. Wabash av. "
U. of Chicago faculty met to con
sider how to best aid government in.
present crisis. ,
Japan's offer of warship to bring
home body of Ambassador Guthrie
City health dep't seeks to check
tide of negro laborers from south. .
Aid. Capitain, chairman committee
on local transportation, recommend
ed that traction ordinances secure
approval of people before voted on
Mrs. Veronica. Koch, 2012 N. Hal- -sted,
fell dead yesterday while speak
ing at meeting. Apoplexy. N
GARDENING MOVES ONWARD
To aid in the spring garden move
ment, Chicago Normal school will is
sue information bulletins containing
timely information to all public
schools for benefit of teachers and
The Life-Saving Scouts of Salva
tion Army have already started pre
parations for gardening on plot of
land on North av., 500 ft. by 125
feet, through courtesy of John Z.
and Laurence H. Mills, 3656 W.
FETZER WINS BY THREE VOTES
William R. Fetzer was awarded the
victory in 7th ward contest by 3
votes. Final count: Fetzer, 6,052;
Whether or not Merriam will run
as independent candidate probably
depends on whether or not he judges
his defeat due to ballots rejected on
technicalities. He has not announced
his position .....