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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:52; sunset, 5:24.
Howard Brooks, 2943 Fulton, dead.
Fell when scaffold collapsed at 3107
John Spencer, 122 Keeley, put
steak on stove. Steak burned; he
saw smbke; called firemen. Both
Mary Davis, 2, 820 Foster st,
Evanston, locked herself In bath
room. Mother called fire department
to get door smashed.
Myrtle Mitchell, Negaunee, Mich.,
won $1,782 verdict from Parmelee
Trans Co. for lost suitcase.
H. Wilhelm, night watchman Grant
hotel, came to work drunk. Fined
U. S. Judge Wright of Danville to
be here Tuesday to aid in clearing up
Sanitary district decided to give
employes holiday Oct. 12-, Columbus
L. C. Von Sar, broker, Mailers
bldg., had Mrs. Hanna Hultgren,
3320 Wrightwood av., pinched. She
snatched toupee from his head in
John Roscinick got divorce. Wife
didn't loye him because he was on
Martin Reardon, John Norton and
Peter Houseman, one-armed beg
gars, fined $5.
Henry Camp, Roseland farmer,
fined $25. Wiggled wagon on Hal
Petition in bankruptcy filed by Dr.
Jas. Rainey, 186 W. Lake. Lost mo
ney in English chemical plant Owes
Will of Jos. Kabacker, Summit, III.,
filed for probation. Leaves relatives
Ryerson -library officials announced
they will prosecute every book thief
caught Lost 100 books in two
Mrs. Frank Madiza, 1005 Sedge
wick.and six children destitute. Hus
band killed in saloon fight week ago.
Katherine Wessell, 1001 Milwaukee
av., got divorce. Hubby hit her dur
Mrs. Elizabeth Schmidt sued Bar
bar Newman for $10,000. Says Mrs.
Newman stole her hubby's affections.
Police seeking man using name A.
J. Gittaud, Greenfield, Mass. Imper-
Over 2,600 pupils of Lane Tech
nical high school to attend mass
meeting on. Municipal pier today.
Fire attorney investigating triple
fire in Fred Schlottke's -home, 808
Frances Bizanes, 4508 Forrestville
av., married when 14. Asked for
divorce on grounds of cruelty.
Five bum check cases placed
against Harvey Hill, 4620 Maiden.
Judge Thomson refused to grant
divorce to Mrs. Hortense Hoops, wife
of son of fireplace maker at 531 S.
Wabash av. Insufficient evidence.
Frank Martinek, 3431 Lowe av.,
leads civil service list for identifica
Rey. Fritz Hamlin, pastor Second
Swedish Baptist church, told parish
he losjt memory for week. Police
sought him as missing.
Dr. August Unger, 32 S. State, ar
rested on con game charge. Chas.
Warner, 4723 W. 12th, complained.
S. P. Gary, receiver German Nat'l
Life Ins. Co., asked permission to pay
$3.50 on each share of stock.
Morris Berkowitz sued for divorce.
Names another man. Couple ofi the
Chas. Nelson held by the police.
Tried to see Lolita Armour. Another
servant told him Lolita liked him.
Burglars got stuff worth $850 in
raid on home of Howard Shepard,
2618 Lake View av.
Walte Kerns and five others ar
rested in taxi. Police holding them
as stick-up suspects. "
Horace Theriault, 1137 W. Jack
son blvd., must .pay wife $10 a week;