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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
34 new policemen appointed.
Ship shortage threatens laktMraf-
Sunrise, 5:22; sunset, 6:22.
Seven Germans admitted to U. S.
8,000 school teachers asked to aid
0T Edw. L. Berger wants divorce from
Antoinette. Charges cruelty.
C. A. Dean, ex-pres. Central A. A.
TL, made U. S. navy reserve ensign.
y Walter B. Mitchell divorced from
Elsie. Said she liked cabarets too
State's Rep. T. D. Murphy freed ot
charge of shooting and wounding
Jas. Day, patrol sergt at Deering,
promoted to lieutenant. Shifted to
Policeman Edw. Keating, Engle
wood station, on force 38 years,
Det Serg't Vernon Gorenson
caught burglar trying to enter home,
10650 Avenue A. .
Saloon license of Mrs. Minnie
Cohen, 3200 Federal, revoked. Man
killed there recently.
Mrs. Ryna Smith, 1326 Michigan
av., got divorce from Arthur A.
Named other women.
Mrs. Louise Erickson, 358 Whiting,
got six months for contributing to
John M. Henderson, real estate
man, sued for divorce by Mrs. Esther.
She named Nellie Bartlett.
Charges against Mrs. Mamie' Abel,
1949 Barry av., who put concoction
in hubby's coffee, dismissed.
John Thomas, 17, River Forest, fa
tally hurt by auto of E. G. Schwende
Aian, sup't American Asphalt Co.
Bomb damaged home of Basile
Manfre, 1156 Milton av., wealthy
Italian. Received "black hand"
Peter Clark, 2012 Racine av.; Wal
ter Anderson, 225 W. Oak; Walter
Dean, 1134 Bissl, and Chas. Berling,
1829 Park av., arrested on charge of
City employes' strike may be called
Abraham Kuh left $600,000 estate;
$6,000 to charity.
Unidentified man, about 40, killed
by Rock Island train.
Chief Schuettler wants federal
control of sale of firearms.
Surface and elevated lines may
carry soldiers and sailors free.
Billy Sunday may not come to.
Chicago until November or later.
Judge Sullivan intimated he would
grant Mrs. Ira Jay Ingraham divorce
Mrs. Geo. H. Boyd, 4618 Lake Park
av., got divorce. Named another
Police asked to search for. Emma
Phelps, 17, Lafayette, Ind., Salvation
Freight thief suspect probably fa
tally shot by private detectives of the
Rock Island road.
Lyman F. Johnson, La Grange, fa-N
tally hurt when he tried somersault
Geo. Gibson, Harvard graduate,
arrested for kicking recruiting office
signs. Opposed to war.
Affidavits that railroads discrim-
jnated against Chicago shippers filed
with interstate commerce com'n.
Frank Janke, 30, 2241 W. 20th,
died from injuries received when
struck by auto of Prank Krac, April 1.
Mme. Schumann-Heink worried.
One of her sons in German navy;
three others allied with U. S. forces.
Woman with small girl snatched
$94 from Paulina st. "L" station
window while Agent JV. A. Burdick,
71. wasn't looking.
Mrs. Nettie Ribacka, 1747 Chicago
av., wants writ to get son. Edw., 3.
Says Mr. and Mrs. Felix Torchoski,
1351 N. Lincoln av., are holding him
because she owes them $150 for