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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:12; sunset, 6:28.
John Pyranski, 8702 Chauncey av.,
killed. I. C. train. - .
Holdup men fired at Harry Roth,
TOO W. 59th. Took $5 from him.
Jas. G. Casey, 424 S. Irving av., a
orinter, fell from a wagon .seat; died.
Cases of Aid. De Priest and Ex
3hief Healey continued until Monday.
Chas. Grohs, cook, 2437 Grenshaw,--.uicide.
Hanged self. Out of work.
Bernhardt Koltz, 19, missing. Said
he was going to enlist Mother thinks
Douglas Pattison, Freeport, III.,
at'y, urged as ass't to U. S. Dis't
Charges of practicing dentistry
against Wm. A. Lurie, 25 E. Washing
Two strangers took Herman Soule,
Vicksburg, Mich., for auto ride.
Robbed him of $380.
Mrs. Fannie Otto, 1102 N. La Salle,
accidentally shot and wounded self
while fingering gun.
Mrs. Helen Schillo wants separate
maintenance from Adam Schillo,
1720 Crilly ct. Charges infidelity.
Sidney Lee Hechinger charged
with cruelty and desertion in divorce
Dill of Naomi Waldron Hechinger.
Lincoln Bartlett, women's tailor,
was cruel and tried to boss home,
says Nina M. Bartlett in divorce suit.
Anthony Dugo, 1 year old, 2725 N.
Racine aV., died of burns; 3-year-old
sister dropped lighted paper on his
Leo B. Salkin, 421 E. 45th, owner
of Twentieth Century "theater, sued
for divorce by Jazel Salkin. Cruelty
Mrs. Louise O'Rourke, 7923 Em
erald av., wants separate maintence
from Wm. O'Rourke. Said she found
him drinking with mulatto woman.
Municipal court judges reassigned.
Fisher to hear non-jury cases; Uhlir
tc morals court, Swanson to boys'
court; Kearns to auto court: Stelk
left m domestic relations court.
Edw. Borsch arrested for "mash
ing" by Georgiana Juul, Evanston
Mayor to settle difference between
Louise Osborne Rowe and Health
Com'r Robertson today.
Annoyer of five little girls in Lin-. f
coin park bathing beach pavilion es
caped in auto after police fired sev
David Hackett, fireman engine
company No. 15, badly hurt in fire at
Griswold & Walker warehouse, 1501
Wagon containing 285 dozen eggs,
owned by Waskow Butter Co., 385
W. South Water, stolen at Madison
Alibi of Walter Stevens, accused of
Louis. Lichtenstein murder, supporth
ed by J. Ryan, business agent Horse
Isadore Beaverman, 2225 Ogden
av., sent fo Bridewell for year.
Charged with trying to poison wife,
Rose Beaverman, 1504 Selden.
John Krusinger, in answer to Oka
Krusinger's divorce bill, said he
would be dead if he were not able to
dodge dishes and other things.
Chas. L. Kent, 435 E. 29th, negro
teamster, buried under coal ava
lanche wjren rear of coal wagon
opened unexpectedly. May die.
Motorcycle Policemen Ralph M:
O'Dell and Henry- Huttner discharged
by trial board on charges of bribery.
Accused of freeing autoist after he
State's Att'y Hoyne probing report
that arrest of 16 South Chicago sa
loonkeepers for alleged Sunday vio
lations resulted from a political
frameup. . J
Orrin Beardsley, broker, who lives
at Illinois A. C, ordered by Judge
Stelk to pay $10 a week to support
of wife, Lillian Beardsley, 5611 Win
Edwin Johnson, bellboy, said to
have confessed $2,000 thefts from
MelbourneJioteL Wilson and Rackre