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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO '
Sunrise, 5:50;,sunset, 5:27. Earl Simpson, negro, sent to prison for life. Murdered Lee Bow, chop suey restaurant owner. Mrs. JVIary Eastman got divorce and $20 a week on infidelity charges against Chas. Eastman, employed by J. M. Taft Silvio Lenzi, 513 Throop, shot Nella Silvatica and stabbed Maria Gentilo, neighbors, when Nella re pulsed him. Shot himself. All may die. Water supply shut off at Oak Park River Forest high school in feac-of infection. J. P. Dadney, Seattle, died while exercising- on Glencoe school play grounds. Heart disease. Fred Forst says wife Katerina wouldn't leave Vancouver for Chi cago. May get divorce. Isabel and Anna Patton, sisters, may be cited for contempt; second time in month. Refuse to vacate old home at 7359 Kenwood av. on court's order. Mrs. Ida Williamson told the judge her hubby was cruel and he deserted her. Expects divorce. Police Chief Lee, of Oak Park will enforce curfew. Kids unde'r 15 must not be out after 8 p. m. without parent. Mrs. Anna Alexa suing Frank, city sleuth, for separation. Names Car rie Morava. Boleshaw Czarnik, 9, 2847 W. 25th, dead. Hit by swing in Spry school playground, Sept 19. Frank Matica, 1005 Sedgwick, shot dead.1 Threw three men from bar at 1303 Mohawk. Mike Cunningham, 729 Rees, held. Martin Keefe, labor leader, dead of liver trouble in Florida winter home. Fire in home of L. Carr, 3155 Ellis, blamed on fire bug. Three others in vicinity yesterday. Frank Wilkins, 1449 E. 65th pl and two others arrested in auto of Jas. Long, 5608 S. Halsted. ; Alfred Huber, 735 E. 92d pi., sent to Bridewell for year. Anna Walsh, 3414 South Park av., testified against him. Cecil Frain, structural ironworker, sued for divorce. Wife says he left her in 1914. Enemies of John Tananevitcz', banker, 3253 S. Morgan, started run on bank with stories. Mrs. Arthur Aldis, North Shore so ciety woman, recovering from appen dicitis in St Luke's hospital. Walter McFarland, 1713 Park av., held for stealing horse and cab in the loop. Patrick Fleming, barkeep, 7100 S. Racine av., shot by one or five auto bandits when he resisted. Judge Kohlsaat, U. S. court of ap peals, refused to Ston Lanriis mil nf . missing Morrison millions. Don't tell children story of stork. Dr. W. S. Hall of N. W. Univ. advisQd Evanston Woman's club. Will of Mrs. Wm. F. McLaughlin up , for probation. Disposes of $525,000 estate to children. Harvey Hill, 844 Lafayetfe pkwy., arrested in loop cafe on Jbum check charge. J. P. Radford filed petition against city to get back job as police lieut lost in 1891. Ray Collins and five others of Gary hurt when auto was hit by In diana Southern freight train neaV Hammond. Druggist put wrong medicine in capsules for her sick dog, says Mrs. John Arbuckle, 6815 Wayne av. Wili sue. Health dep't ordered Mathias Finu- ' cane to vacate home at 10655 S. Ra cine av. Walls and roof made of sod John Pope, Waukegan, in., fined $25 for driving auto while drunk. John Robitz, 149 N. 23d av., Mel rose Park, hurt when Norttiwpsfo train hit crowbar he was carrying. Helen Meentz, 10, 8921 Drake av., hit by Frank Parmelee transfer auto! .-j-:- acaaKfc-.,