Sheridan Road, arrested for stealing-
.$200 worth of Mrs. Martinis
Lake may be filled in and eight
acres added to Grant Park.
' "Dean Walter T. Sumner recov-
tV ering from operation for appen
V diritis a t f?f T .iiWp's FFosmfciK
Fire destroyed provision house
of Armour & Co., Loomis and W.
44th st Loss $200,000. Six over
come by smoke.
"Jncle Joe" Cannon says Re
publican party is not dead nor
never will die. Now, . that an
operation has removed Uncle Joe
from the councils of the party, it
has a small chance of recovery.
William Lorimer removed to
Blackstone Hotel from Presby
terian Hospital, where he under
Miss-'Jilararet Woodrow Wil
son, daughter of the president
elect, will visit 'Chicago for twc
days to study settlement w0rk.
800 Norwegian-Americans have
organized Dover Club.
-According to brokers, price of
potatoes may soon go up.
Local Bull IVIooserswfll oppose
all steps' taken in stajfe; legislature
unless they are given'a say.
Examination of booksvOf Chi
cago City Rys. Co. continued by
street car arbitration committee
W today. ;
Attorney Chas. E. "Erbstein
will make investigation for E. M.
I Moriarity, who charged $1,500
diamond was stolen from him by
police. Moriarity was arrested
for joy-riding and singing grand
opera in street.
Dr. Nicholas H. Kern, alias
Stilwet!, and Dr. EdwardVR. Stal
hutte, alias Paully, 3419 South
Park blvd., believed to be leaders
of gang- of thieves, seven of yhom
aremow under arrest Men were
living in great wealth. Had autos
and country homes.
Captaiir Carlin' of lifesavirig
station has received word that
schooner Rose Simons, five days
overdue on way to Chicago, has
been" sighted off Bayliss Harbor,
Wis. Apparently all's well.
Policemen are begging alder
men not to put proposed police
reorganization plan through
Mayor Harrison says he does
not see the need of vice segrega
tion just now. "The houses are
closed. Let us give this way a
Irish -Fellowship Club will be
host at a "Ladies Day" entertain
ment at Hotel La Salle this after
noon. Wilton Lackaye will be
guest of honor.
Rumor by Health Department
inspectors that horses were being
slaughtered, for food in Chicago
led to arrest of Joseph Sleichert,
1619 Center av. Horseflesh iound
Outstanding- debts for gam
bling devices are not collectable,
said Judge Fitch in Appellate
Acting City Engineer 'Henry
A. Allen asked city to make plans
for garbage disposal before giv
ing out any bids.
Council has raised salary of
Chief Justice Olson of the Muni
cipal Court to $10,000 a year.
Last time question was brought
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