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JEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:36; sunset, 6:13.
Shirley Maxfield, 3943 S. Peoria,
ordered to pay wife $75 a month.
Roy Shields, union business agent,
indicted for assault on Philip Simons,
Richard Knippers, Dolton grocer,
A run over and killed after he cranked
$ auto truck.
Wm. Meyers and George Bratton
sent to Bridewell for six months.
Victor Reseler, janitor, 4754 Sher
idan rd., found dying with fractured
' Com'r of Public Works Bennett es
timated winter's damage to munici
pal pier at $2,500.
James Watson, real estate dealer,
accused of unfaithfulness in separate
Mrs. Amelia Gross", 3806 Grand
blvd., died of heart disease on way
home from funeral.
L. V. Guthman, 5026 Michigan av.,
held up and robbed of $57 and dia
mond ring near home.
Police seeking man who enters
flats in guise of phone company em
ploye and robs, nickel boxes.
W. S. Denham, 60, real estate deal
er, Hopkins Park, found dead from
gas at 710 N. Clark. Accidental.
' Policeman Ma'rtin Hogan, Engle
wood station, quit force after 25
years of service. Has another job.
' Mrs. Wm. Culver, fined $50 and
- costs for hitting Mrs. Helen Age in
eye. Both live at 2505 S. Michigan.
David Selcer, 18, son of dep't man
ager for Gage Hat Works, testified
in father's divorce suit that mother
made dates over phone.
Rob't Sherman, 4054 S. Dearborn,
m shot and killed by Mrs. Luld Frank-
lin, 4119 S. Dearborn, when he
knocked on her door by mistake.
Mrs. Anna Quattrocki, 17, 2615
Shields av., granted annulment of
marriage when she told judge hus-,
band forced her to wed at gun's
Wm. PotthasJ, saloonkeeper, 1030
Montana, beaten and robbed of $50.
Wm. Butler, sent to penitentiary
for stealing auto. Ninth sent up this
Mary Lustig, 3, 9619 Ewing av.,
burned to death while playing
k Mrs. Hattie Tr'ude, 1635 Farwell
av., got divorce. Accused her next
Jacob Simon, 3306 Grenshaw, held
up and robbed of $300 dues of the
Police think maniac slew Kather
ine Roller. Girl found near home
with bullet in head.
Tramways Comm'n of Montreal
here to study relations between city
and traction company.
Old Lake View police station, Hal
sed and Addison, partly destroyed
by fire. Is fifty years old.
Boyce Reynolds suing D'eaconess
Society of Evangelical ass'n for $25,
000. Charges malpractice.
Gottfried Hummel, pres. German
Tris'h Alliance, sought by police on
bum check charge. Denies guilt.
Ben Scheilowski, 3522 W. 12th,
and two other druggists fined $20
for hiring unregistered pharmacists.
Fred Wighorn, saloonkeeper, 2030
W. Madison, fined $25 and costs
after police found dice game in ses
sion. Ray Noland, arrested for love let
ters to Mildred McCormick, 660 Rush
st., promised not to do it again.
Dr. Raymond Sweany, 1614 Car
men av., granted annulment of mar
riage on plea that he did not remem
ber getting hitched.
Valentine Hassman, 1126 Montana
st., beat off two negroes who held
him up near home.
Mayor Thompson got request from
Mayor Morris of New Albany, Ind.,
asking help for victims of tornado.
Lillian Murray, actress, plead
guilty to keeping $25,000 worth of