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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Body of unidentified man found
near Willow Springs by Chief of
Police Tomlison of that town.
J. Pnico and S. Giovanni found
unconscious in room of Woods
hotel, 627 S. State st. Gas. Be
lieved accidental. Hospital.
F. Shuda, 18, 3328 E. 90th st,
and Andrew Seppie, 18, 8917
Green Bay av., and F. Carlson, 18,
8726 Buffalo av., and S. Yansick,
17, 9000 Green aBy av., arrested
after they had tried to hold up
Joliceman G. Jones.
A. Simons, salesman, 518
Prairie av., arrested while chas
ing a woman. Charged with dis
Mrs. Katherirte Steinberm, 77,
1504 Cornell St., seriously hurt
by wagon driven by M. Matus
zewski, 1523 N. Ashland av., who
Burglar in home of Edward
Waage, 5646 Greenwood av. Got
loot worth $600.
Council still arguing over gar
Store of Lester Porter, Nor
wood Park, burned to ground.
Two children carried out.
Mrs. Marie A c q u e s, 943
Washington blvd., held to grand
jury, charged with arson. $3,500
bonds. Brother-in-law, L. Acques,
held- in $7,500 bonds on same
Meeting of County Board
scheduled for yesterday was con
tinued because of death of Mrs.
Mary V. Burg, wife of County.
Commissioner B. Burg.
Hugh McGovern, 38, 61 Maple
st., undertaker, arrested, charged
with passing worthless checks.
E. E. Ennes, 18, held to grand
jury on $1,500 bonds. Charged
with larceny. Arrested in stolen
George Palmer had great
habit of representing himself as a
judge and reformer and eating
banquets at hotel on their charge
accounts. Thirty days in jail.
Henry Carleson, George De
Lee and James O'Neil, alleged
auto bandits, held on $100,000
bond each by Judge Scully.
George Zorn, 16, 3735 Hern
don av., missing since Jan. 25.
Saloon license of N. D. Salan
der, 610 S. Laflin st., revoked for
selling liquors at wholesale.
Saloon license of Ben Goldberg,
676 W. Madison st., revoked,
Goldberg alleged to have with
held $5 change from customer.
Aron Swanson, 2228 Southport
av., arrested in S. Clark st. police
station. Charged with disorderly
Fund of $10,000 has been raised
at West Hammond to defeat Vir
ginia Brooks as police magistrate
John Bouras, owner of pool
room, 1833 Ogden av., fined $100
and costs for allowing minor to
loiter in his place.
Six women and five men arrest
ed in raids on dives at 1924 Ar
mour av. and 2024 .S. Dearborn
st. Rosie Matza and Blanche
Moran booked as keepers.
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