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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:34; sunset, 6:14.
Lieut. Jos. Dubach resigned from
Orrin Beardsley, broker, arrested
on non-support charge. - .
Stanley Kunz, ex-alderman, freed
of contempt charge by Judge Uhlir.
Courtney Scobel, 21st ward politi
cian, 'struck on head with blackjack.
Wm. Selcer, mgr. Gage Hat Works,
won divorce from Mrs. Dora Selcer.
Mrs. Marjorie Collier wants annul
ment of marriage to C. Stracer Col
lier. John Ryan, 78, who built first cell
house at Bridewell, freed of disorder
ly conduct charge.
Mrs. Eloise T. Gadd, 5534 Winthrop
av., won divorce ana $175 month ali;
mony from Frank R. Gadd.
Fred Upkoff, Harvey, kissed Judge
Stelk on brow and told him war
would be over in nine days.
Irving Hupp, vice pres. Hupp Auto
Mailing Exchange, indicted on the
charge of using mails to defraud.
Mrs. Nettie B. Kinnaman filed sep
arate maintenance suit against Noel
B. Kinnaman. Charges cruelty and
Mrs. Jessamime Turner, widow of
Col. Henry L. Turner, to marry Col.
Geo. V. Lauman, one of late hus
Raymond Moriarty, 243 W. 59th,
and Edna Ramler, 5547 Wentworth
av., overcome by gas in room at Em
press hotel, 6239 S. Halsted.
Samuel Ericksen, store mgr., sued
for divorce by Ingeborg Ericksen.
Says he poses as unmarried man and
makes love to others.
Geo. Mowatt,'304 S. Cicero av.,
wants $10,000 damages against
Michael J. Mescall, 345 S. Cicero av.
Charges alienation of wife's affec
tions. Chauffeur for wealthy business
man told State's Att'y Hoyne that
employer told him to throw auto in
lake, so he could collect $2,000 insurance.
Irish Relief tag day netted $15,000.
Fate of Jos. Thomas in hands of
Oak Park will vote on Sunday
Small merchants want law to
abolish trading stamps. .
Walter H. Miller arrested in Evans-)
ton on bad check charge.
Mrs. Anna Coyne, 1258 Argyle,
struck and injured by Yellow Taxi.
$500 worth of jewelry stolen from
Phi Omega fraternity house, 212 S.
Judge Stelk ordered Att'y Ira .D.
Fogel to stop soliciting cases in City
Seven boys arrested in auto stolen
from H. S. Frankenstein, 719 Mefil
nah Temple bldg. "
. Burglars got $2,000 loot from the
home of Dr. Orlando F. Scott, 2922
Emilie Lange, 348 N. Hamlin, shot
in left cheek. Accused Emma Meyers,
nurse. Latter missing.
Woman drowned in lake off Diver-'
Bey av. identified as Mrs. Mary Mur
phy, 452 Fullerton pkwy.
John D. Mitchell, mgr. of hat store,
34 W. Van Buren, charged with un
faithfulness in divorce bill of Ada
Juvenile court officers say they
took stetrving baby from maternity
home of Mrs. Clara Ben Venuti, 2642
Mrs. Frances Hanan Brand, mil
lionaire kid," wants divorce and ,
$1,000 weekly alimony from Jas. EC
Brand, New York.
SOLDIER KILLS CRITIC
Kansas City, March 31. Angered f
because he was called a "tin soldier;" V
Leslie McGrath, 19, Missouri national
guardsman, shot and killed J. Pres
ley Erganbright, 21, here late last
night, according to police. McGrath,
who fled immediately after shooting,
had not been captured at early hour