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LOCAL EVENTS IN TABLOID FORM
Federal agents have been in
vestigating Open Board of Trade
fire for evidences of incendiarism.
Valuable records having bearing
on McNama'ra case are believed
to have been destroyed. Secretary
Nockels of the Chicago Federa
tion of Labor said his office rec
ords were intact. Neither police
nor fire attorney were able to de--termine
cause of fire.
Bandits put John Kaspar, sa
loonkeeper, 2134 W. 20th street,
in ice box early today, and then
escaped with day s receipts, $370.
Carl Troike, 1668 W. 21s$ stM
robbed of $600 when holdups en
tered his saloon, pointed revolv
ers at him, and took the money
from behind icebox.
John Giacorao, 1138 W. Taylor,
after being overcome by gas at
his home early today, revived'by
Miss Marguerita Sylva, actress,
appearing at a local theater,
granted divorce by "Handsome"
Judge Walker from William D.
Frank Nousa, yard foreman for
Eastman Coal Co., died this
morning from fractured skull re
sulting from fall from top of coal
tipple at company's yards, 260 W.
Detectives are planning arrest
in Maggiore kidnaping mystery.
Chicago river will be dragged in
vicinity of Oak street, in belief
that Tony Maggiore 'may have
been murdered and his body
thrown in stream.
Illinois Aero Club has bought
dirigible balloon in Germany to
be used in making trips around
Shicago. Will be put in operation
CapfHalpin said he thought
suppressing of loop gambling was
up to Capt. Hunt (formerly in
spector), and Hunt appeared to
think it was up to Hajpin. .Chief
McWeeny has cleared the matter
by order that in future Assistant
Chief Schuettler will be responsi
ble. As a result of complaints, de
tectives have been sent out to ar
rest all" teamsters that insist on
blocking street cars.
Charles Berding,- 79, Welling
ton st., who fell down stairs Dec.
22, died today.
For inducing Stanley Golemo,
16, to run away from home,
Charles Runke, painter, was sen
tenced to a year in the Bridewell.
The hearing of Violet Buehler
is continued until Feb. 23.
Gordon Fraleigh, who, with
Charles Shafer, was destroying
furniture in home of George
Whitnell on the North Shore,
shot and probably fatally wound
ed. Fraleigh confessed wanton
destruction of furniture and bric--a-brac
in many Highland Park
Ambrose Bodin, who was ar
rested several days ago as a mem
ber of the vandal band, released.
Judge Newcomer of the muni
cipal court is a candidate for the
Republican nomination for state's
attorney. Jack Johnson's activity
has nothing to do with it. He will
be the Lincoln Protective League