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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:51; sunset, 6:44.
R. Erdman, 414 Beethoven pi., hit
by taxi March 17, died.
Lieut. Jim Larkin, detectiye bu
reau, denied he's to wed.
61 ministers graduafed from Mc
Cormick Theological seminary.
Three auto bandits got $22 from
Edw. Miller, grocer, 3201 Calumet av.
State industrial board forced to lay
off two examiners. Money shortage.
Creditors filed application for ap
pointment of receiver for Busse Coal
Chief Schuettler instructed police
to enforce new loop auto parking
Oliver R. Vegely, 6050 Blackstone
av., got divorce from Clara. Deser
tion. Policeman Fred Beling injured by
auto of Mrs. Sadie Hanson, Blue
Hazel Olsen, 2807 Cottage Grove
av., actress, got divorce. Another
Body of, man, about 45, skull
crushed, found by railroad tracks in
Lena Dallas, 3, 703 S. Marshfield
av., fell from third floor. Not even
Veronica Mociasik, 3, 1320 E. 92d,
fell into tub of boiling water. Died
Burglars got $300 loot from home
of Mrs. H. W. Nelson, 2836 Cam
Burglars got $400 silverware from
home of Max V. Kohnstamm, 5312
Ray M. Her, railway mail clerk,
sued for divorce by Jessie Her. In
Randolph Beresford, 20, son of
Richard Beresford, rich man, suicide
in Evanston Y. M. C. A. Poison. Love
affair believed cause.
Harvey R. Griffiths, sued for di
vorce by Mrs. Viva Wennebrenner
Griffiths, actress known as Viva
Nicholas Neis, 3523 Addison, found
dead in bed. Carbolic acid stains on
face. Police probin'g.
91 "down-and-outs" arrested in
Schuettler's cleanup campaign in
lodging house district
Judge Gridley dismissed divorce
suit of Mrs. Mary and Wm. A. Hay
ward. Lack of equity.
Mrs. Grace Arnold, actress, wants
divorce. Says Richard Arnold tried
to kUl her April'10, 1916.
Abe Teitelbaum, 1517 Polk, hurt by
taxi. Frank Gene, 1219 Oregon,
chauffeur, held by police.
Genealogical experts have discov
ered that Jas. Whitcomb Riley was
of Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry.
Frank G. Shuman, head of tag
making company, sued for divorce
byl3ertha Shuman. Cruelty charged.
Adam Roelick, 2246 Blue Island
av., died of fractured skull. Police
hunting John Schomer, 1910 W. 22d.
Walter J. Bergamini, 7, 6121 S.
Lincoln, son of manager of Colo
simo's, killed while "hitching on"
Policeman John O'Gara, 5837 Win
throp av., accused of cruelty in di
vorce bill of Margaret O'Gara, 1357
Mrs. H. C. Gaynor, owner of hat
store, 4253.State, and two sons fined
$5 each on charge of interfering with
Chicago Bar ass'n filed disbarment
proceedings against Att'y Bert M.
Wing. Charge him with using
Jos. Ganmose, Leo Jareszewski
and Jas. Sloan held to grand jury on
charge of stealing auto of I. P. Bow
yer, 1936 Park av.
Three men arrested on charge of
stealing iron from ruins of 14th pi.
gas explosion and selling it to S.
Schultz, 831 16th.
State's Att'y Hoyne probing alleg
ed payment of graft by saloonkeep
ers to City Hall politicians for res
toration of licenses.