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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:05; sunset, 6:34.
Mrs. Myrtle Miller, 3221 Ainslee,
shot and killed self. Ill health.
John T. Lynch, ex-sup't of mails,
fined $25 for taking money from
300 shipbuilders and laborers em
ployed by Chicago Shipbuilding Co.
Mrs. Max G. Otto, 1102 N. La Salle,
shot and killed herself while exam
Alexander Cosh, Stanley, Wis., met
two nice strangers. Got $230 from
Walter Bailot, negro, 3157 S. La
Salle, told police he murdered wife
by cutting throat
Two men beat and robbed Fred
erick Rothfuss, saloonkeeper, 3435
Cortland, of $630.
Mrs. Minadell Earle, 502 Rush, got
divorce from Chester W. Lived to
gether three days.
Six firemen burned by gasoline ex
plosion during fire in L. P. Hensel's
drug store, 2800 Madison.
Wm. A. Stewart, owner Blue Goose
cafe, 3101 N. Clark, fined $25, for
keeping open after hours.
Mrs. Julia Lockerbie. 415 Webster
av., found Oswald, hubby, in hoteL
with other woman. Divorce.
Grace Hermam 1943 Cuyler av.,
got divorce from Louis E. Herman.
Named Mrs. Chas. E. Sphaffer.
Geo. W. Perkins, pres. Cigarmak
ers' union, doesn't want job of di
rector of labor offered by Gov. Low
den. Judge Sullivan granted Edw. Odell
writ against city and ordered saloon
license issued to Odell at 1364 Madi
son. Judge Kearns fined Norman
Spong, 4421 West End av., $100 and
costs for speeding auto 51 miles an
Martin Kavanaugh, owner Sheri
dan inn, freed of serious charge
when complainant, Helen Grady, told
conflicting stories, .
Late Jas. Pease left $200,000 in
trust for widow.
Dave Montgomery has a good
chance to recover.
Auto bandits held up Emil Press
ors' saloon, 2057 S. State. $59.
Jos. Wysochi, 2636 Walton pi.,
strong-armed by two men. $146.
Auto thief shot and wounded Paul
Polzin, 3814 Indiana av., while try
ing to steal his car. Escaped.
Jos. Boyce, 17, 737 W. 60th pl held
to grand jury for robbing drug store
in which sub postal station was lo- -cated.
Three women in auto got $300
worth of jewelry and lingerie from
home of Mrs. H. H. Wilcox, 2022
Mayor revoked license of Cascade -dance
hall, 2700 S. State, "black and
tan" joint, successor to notorious
Dollo Martino, 30, Mexican, arid
Herbert Gorlung, 31, Dane, 669 S.
State, arrested for alleged remarks
against U. S. ,
R. C. Stovel sued Mildred Stovel,
switchboard operator, for divorce.
Trailed her to Atlantic hotel, where
she registered with Frank W. Belton,
Wm. Pawson, 18, and Wm. Reedy,
16, killedand Arthur, Sander, 18, in
jured, when Matthews Grocery Co.'
auto truck hit street car in River
Two of six bandits on way to- Cleve
land in stolen auto shot and wounded -in
fight with Hammond police. Gave
names of E. W. Rebler and Oscar
Rev. Alex Greenwald, 1423 N. La
Salle, teacher at Chicago College for '
Music, held to grand jury on charge
of taking $500 violin of Mrs. Anna
Thief busy 'on Pere Marquette
train. Victims and losses: Wm. F.
Boncke, $94; R. E. Downey, $29; Dr.
J. M. McGill,.$59, and Rev. A. G.
Gneuolning, $12, -