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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Carrie Dunning, 6258 Black
stone av., wants divorce from Earl
R. Dunning. Cruelty charged.
Mrs. Ellen Downey, 6316 Lowe av.,
got divorce from Michael Downey.
Fire damaged Landers station, on
Wabash railroad, 76th and JUolum-'
Mrs. Margaret Hauge, 7706 East
Lake ter., divorced " from Norbert
Mrs. Mabel Smith, manicure, 249
W. 25th, got divorce from Wallace
Smith, cabaret pianist Desertion.
State's att'y's office reports finding
no vote frauds in 9th and 12th wards.
Auto bandits got $50 and gold
watch in holdup of saloon of Otto
Wittenberg, 1901 Cleveland av. Wom
an said to have driven auto.
Case against Blue Goose cafe for
1a.m. violation dropped by city.
Mary Lanersman, 7, 5120 Granville
av., probably fatally injured when hit
by auto of Wm. P. Hodges, 2419 Lin
Jas. Koziel, 7781 W. 62d, temporar
ily insane, leaped to death from 4th
floor of St. Anthony's hospital, 19th
and Marshall blvd.
Six negroes testified to paying mo
ney to Billy Skidmore before grand
Howard G. Hetzler elected presi
dent of Union League club.
Geo. Riley, 4517 S. Halsted, pound
ed at door of Edw. Kuhn, 3424 S.
Leavitt, by mistake. Kuhn thought
him burglar. Shot and wounded
Saloon license of Ada cafe, Ada
and Madison, conducted by Billy
Goldman, revoked on complaint of
state's att'y's office.
Gus Curtis, 19, arrested for purse
snatching, said to have confessed
East Chicago av. policemen col
lected purse for Mrs. Agnes Phelos,
314 W. Locust, and 3-year old child,
abandoned by Geo. Phelos,
Sunrise, 5:41; sunset, 6:10.
Union piano movers threaten
C. T. Rich fined $50 for denouncing
Frank Czarnik, 813 N. May, killed
Pete Gentleman freed of pickpock
Judge Harry Olson wants defec
Southwest Side residents want bet
ter car service.
Vaclav Privatsky, 2733 S. Homan
av., suicide. Gas.
Ernest Matthews, Morton Grove,
I1L, killed. Train.
Hugo L. Pitte resigned from county
civil service com'n.
Theo. Roosevelt enrolled in move
to save sand dunes.
Mrs. Emma McDonald, 2527
Throop, suicide. Gas.
Thos Smith, 60, 42 N. Western av.,
hit by street car. May die.
March grand jury resumed quiz of
alleged vote frauds in 20th ward.
Federal agents arrested man in
Oak Park as German spy suspect
Arthur Little fined $5 for attack on
J. C. Bennett, Examiner reporter.
W. P. Crowe appointed on board
of examiners of mason contractors.
Mary Coffield Callahan, 4525 N.
Seeley av., named county adult pro
Six men to be tried Monday for the
murder of Policeman Bruno Fred
erick in Nov., 1916.
"Mike de Pike" Heitler, arrested in
gambling raid, threatened to "get the
police." Judge Mahoney fined him
$10 for contempt
Mrs. Stella Cooley, 2045 N. Lin
coln, got second divorce from Wm.
Cooley, whom she remarried year
ago. Named another woman.
Mrs. G. A, Thompson, 1626 Park,
cabaret singer, caused arrest of Fred
J. Freeman, 4800 Washington blvd.,
for accosting her and posing as policeman.