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NEWS OF THEfDAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Municipal Judge Going was
tendered farewell reception today
by court attaches at Desplaines
street court Flowers, speeches.
Judge Sabath-dismissed suit for
$2,400 brought against Chaunqey
C. Foster, South Water street
commission merchant, by Mrs.
May Williams Charter.
William A. Cunnea, defeated
Socialist candidate for state's at
torney, filed content proceedings
in the Circuit Court today.
Theresa Ksycki, 18, 3046 N.
Hamlin av.f attacked by man.
Tried to stifle her screams. Car
ried away two of her teeth.
Mrs. S. H. Harrington, 3322
Michigan av., arrested for auto
speeding this morning. Taken to
S. Clark st. station and released
on her own bond.
John Walsh, 1306 E. 76th st,
arrested for holding up Joseph
Marks, 721 Greenwood av.
Chass Rychlewski, 12, 1235 W.
31st st, had a. "jimmy" and a dark
lantern when he was caught try
ing to- enter a jewelry store at
462S S. Ashland av.
Emil Heimson, 30, 30 S. Hal
sted st, tried to take the six
legged cow for a walk. Police
would not let him. Discharged.
More auto robbers. This time,
Otto Boettcher, 2741 North Clark
st, lost $5,000 worth of furs;
Henry Curtis, former nurse at
Oak Park infirmary, will have to
prove that he is not married to
two women. Is under arrest.
Walter B. McHugh delivered a
(Christmas present to Mrs. F,
Martisson of West Pullman.
Prize bulldog did not realize. Mc
Hugh badly chewed up
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Sinson,
436 East 42nd st, rescued by fire-,
men this morning from second
floor of burning apartment
Miss Marie Henning got 75
cents to stand still as a good stage
supe, Grizzly bear Poor girl
Elius Hatch, team-owner, 355&
South State st, beat his horse.
$25 and costs.
' Clyde L. Day, 5620 Monroe st,
an attorney, telephoned r "Send
the wagon quick, burglars in my
basement." Four cops False
In looking over collection of
rogues' gallery photos Dr. Wm.
T. Kirby, ex-banker, identified
the picture of "John Shea," a wire
tapper, as theman who got $20)
000 belongingto the Kirby Sav
Harry Berg 23, arrested and
confessed to receiving the $1,500
diamond pin alleged by George
Moriarity to have- been stolen
from him by the police. Police
will sue Moriarity.
John Reilly, 4104 Indiana ay.?
chauffeur, held to grand jury foe
running down and killing Christ
Feitz, 4306 Wentworth av.
Lake County grand jury to in
vestigate death of Mrs. Winifred
Porter Risinger, drowned, Round
Lake, near Waukegan, Sept 8,
while boating witb husband.
Mrs. Anna Werner, maid in
employ of Mrs. C E. Martin, 2040
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