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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Case of" Violet' Phipps, charged
with contributing to delinquency of
"Marion Phipps," 6, nonsuited. The
wrong child taken by officers.
Howard O'Hara, 16, "arrested for
breaking parole after shooting and
wounding Policeman Gilliton, given
one year to life.
Arthur R. Render, designer, 2019
Estes av.f sued for divorce by Lillian
Render. Cruelty charge.
Peter Lykos, 326 W. Chicago av.,
wants police to find cousin, Wm.
Lykos, and $412 that disappeared at
Chas. E. Hart, 66, 6123 Prairie av.,
dead. Fell on sidewalk.
Alfred Arenstadt, 2951 Indiana av.,
arrested on charge of taking $125
watch and chain of Benj. Ringer.
Custav Weber, 1150 N. Franklin,
dead. Fell five stories.
James Mall, 2009 W. Adams, beat
en and robbed pf $85 worth of jew
elry by three men.
- Transfer of ill children from Ju
venile Detention Home to County
hospital will begin in October.
Paul Hornak, 2538 S. Avers av.,
tailor, sued for divorce by Marie
Hornak, who names Rose Roubal,
Henry Denison, 213 W. Garfield
blvd., fel from new engine house at
Grand and Natchez avs. May die.
John Krick, 631 W, 61st, fell from
roof of house in Wilmette. Badly
Wm. Sedwith, New Haven, Conn.,
hit by street car Aug. 24, dead.
Sheriff Traeger made series of
raids on alleged disorderly houses in
vicinity of Blue Island.
Mrs. Stella M. Hulett La Croix ob
tained annulment of marriage "to
Morris F. La Croix.
Boston Oyster House, 40 years in
existence, is closed.
Beverly S. Whitgreave, who kid
naped daughter, 19 months old, from
divorced wife, arrested in Binning
&an Ala. -
Mrs. Wm. Wanashak, 3330 N.
Leavitt, used hatpin to rout young
man who tried to attack her.
Dogs bit 12 persons yesterday.
Harold E. Fisher, local manager of
Shaw-Walker Co., arrested in Los
Angeles on charge of forging $7,000
Alphonse J. Purcelle, alleged mem
ber of autb thief gang, arrested in
Wausau, Wis. Said to have involved
Walter Sweberg, 9216 Harper av.,
and Ed Conway, 3421 Lake Park av.,
fined $75 eachon charge of trying
to take auto of Com'r of Public
Theo Hall, 5, 753 S. Oakley av.,
and his "girl," Pauline -McDermott,
5, 2242 W. Polk, missing.
E. C. Sammons, vice pres. Corn
Exchange bank, seriously ill after an
Twenty-one autos stolen yester
day. Dr. A. L. Blunt released by U. S.
Com'r Foote, when he promised to
treat no more drug patients.
Pater Ratinski, 1340 W. Division,
tried suicide by cutting.. wrists with
razor when wife treated him coldly.
State board of health to take steps
to check jnfant plague.
Sup't of Schools John D. Snoop
Bernard Horwich, receiver of Ash
land-Twelfth bank, secured orde'r to
pay creditors 20 per cent of claims.
Rudolph Landahl, 85, 1424 N.
Keele av., dead from effects of fall
Chicago police looking for Homer,
HI., bank robbers.
Five new cases of infant" plague
reported to health dep't.
Samuel Shonfeld and Walter Mlshe
arrested for posting bills without li
Guardian of Dollie Cvzowie. 11.
sued Bunte Bros. Auto truck said
to have injured child.
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