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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:58; sunset, 6:38.
Judge Refused to grant divorce to
Solomon Awad. Both charge cruelty.
He says she hit him with piano stool.
Body of young-woman believed to
be Mrs. Clara Clay; 2119 Loomis,
found in river near Loomis st. Po
Trial of Cap't Halpin, former chief
of detectives, and his aids postponed
until next Monday. New indictments
returned is report.
Body of Bertha Cohen found on
rear porch of sister-in-law's home at
3910 W. 13th. Heart disease is prob
Edward Warren, traveling photog
rapher, gave beggar $1. Five min
utes later robbed by 2 men of over
coat, suitcase, watch and $42.
Capt. O'Brien of detective bureau
asked to look for 18 missing persons
in last few weeks.
Sarah Harrington, who disappear
ed from home of aunt 2 years ago, is
heir to a $100,000 estate.
Cassius Carr and J. J. Kittering
ham found guilty of running den
tistry school without a state permit
Fined $50 each.
Police probing case of man found
with head and feet cut off on tracks
of Douglas Park "L" at 55th av. sta
tion. Suspect murder.
Mrs. Cecil Celia Eichler, deaf-mute,
wants divorce from husband who she
says mocks her.
Mrs. Augusta Swanson, 4336 Ken
more av., badly bruised. Struck by
auto of John Quick, 1141 N. Shore av.
Chas. Roberts, an Indian, says he
forgave his wife 3 times when she
eloped with other men. Now wants
George Mortimer, policeman who
made many arrests while on force
and called "braves policeman" by 2
judges, dead after long illness.
Neighbors think that Mrs. Mary
Shiner, who was found dead in back
yard of home at 208 N. Robey, suicid
ed. Husband left iier recently,
John Reisch, special policeman for
Michigan Central Ry., shot Ignatz
Olich, 543 Kensington av., stealing
flour from box car. Leg amputated.
Five auto bandits attempted to hold
up Charles Macker, 125 N. Honore, at
Ogden av. and Adams. He resisted.
Last hearing in government's suit
for dissolution for Corn Products Re
fining Co. on today.
Herbert Barley, sec'y of American
Judicature ass'n, says Chicago peo
ple aren't competent to vote on
Judge Fornoff to decide Saturday
on new trial plea of Dr. A. P. Heim
beck, who wants county civil service
to reinstate eligible list for County
hospital staff thrown out 2 years ago.
Special tax grand jury to convene
today after several months' vacation.
Returned indictment against Rosen-
wald, which was quashed.1
C. B. Munday filed petition for
change of venue for trial in La Salle
St. bank failure. Judge to hear ar
Morris Miller, 7 months, 1712 Estes
av., badly scalded when he fell into a
tub of hot water which mother was
preparing for his bath.
Judge Landis hearing arguments in
attempt to obtain injunction to pre
vent Postmaster Campbell from en
forcing postal fraud order against
Pinkerton & Co.
William Sage appointed deputy
collector of internal revenue. In
dicted for selling liquor in his Wheat
Harry Craylish, 348 Carroll av.,
found in river at State st bridge.
Sigmund Horowski, 1154 Noble,
dead. Fractured skulL Fell from
roof he was inspecting.
Otto Perz, undertaker, 1507 W.
Madison, filed bankruptcy petition.
Two auto accidents cause.
S. A. Lewis, Omaha real estate,
dealer, took stand in his $10,000 suit;-