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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
The Chicago Cooks' and Pastry
Cooks' Union, Local 865, -will give a
Grarid,May Party and One-JDay-Rest-in-Seven
Dance at East End Hall,
southeast corner of Clark and Erie
streets tomorrow night. Expected to
be largest party and dance ever given
by culinary workers of this city.
Patrick Gonkel, 19, 1759 W. 12th
bL, arrested while in act of holding
up A. Frapersten, 1327' N Oakley
Coroner's inquest into murder of
George DIetz, tailor, has been con
tinued from .May 5 to May 16. One
juror has been called cut of town.
Fred Edmunds, 319 S. Marshfield
av., short $70. "Pickpocket.
Oscar Raymond,"72, 2426 Indiana
av., arrested. Suspected" of being
Mrs. Mary Sands, 9035 Superior
av., attacked by robbers. Watch,
chain and $2.
Oak Park "L" train jumped track
at Rockwell st on Lake st. No one
hurt. 500 passengers on train at
time. Panic. Traffic blocked for
over an hour.
Owen Garry, 626 S. Peoria st., al
leged tb have attempted' to rob" Geo.
Garber, 1465 Larrabee st, arraigned
today. Demanded jury trials
Alice Stockdale, known as "every
body's friend, " died today at Oak
Forest poorhouse. Unless relatives
are found she will be buried by
Miss Charlotte Pearce, 17, stenog
rapher, ran away from home in Re
vere House, saying she was going to
end her life. Found living with her
grandmother in Waukesha.
Because they couldn't wait for the
ceremony, Clarence Wayte, 21, 5921
W. Ontario st, Austin, and Helen
Waite, 18, 5938 W. Superior st, "beat
it" to Elgin and were married.
Mrs. Albert Meyers, 1342 Fujlertoa
av., dead. Gas. Believed suicide.
R. M. Nelson, 43, 3216 N. Rich
mond av., suicide. Gas. Despondent.
Mrs. F. Wickett, 4740 Kimbark av.,
caused arrest of Frank Bernlich,
teamster, for whipping his horse.
Consented to his release on promise
he would not do it again.
Lone burglar triedSo enter home
of E. Rice, 1447 Dearborn av. Scared
Albert Montimayor, 23, and M.
Lara, 25, Mexicans, arrested, after a
knife fight, for following girls.
Mrs. Elizabeth Burke, 34, and two
children,. Catherine 4, and Mary 1,
found sleeping in street at Grand av.
and N. Morgan st Said husband re
fused to pay rent for their rooms at
1428 Austin av.-
'At annual meeting and dinner of
Chicago Medical Society at Hotel
Sherman last night a bill in the Illi
nois legislature which prohibits ad
vertisements to cure private-diseases
and imposing ..penalties upon any
newspaper publishing such advertise
ments was indorsed. Alderman W. O.
Nance said to have introduced the
Louis Danielson, 2717 Wilmot st.,
driver of engine company No. 34,
seripu8ly hurt when the engine over
turned at W. Washington and N.
"Unless a city takes care of its
housing problem it cannot be very .
prosperous, beautiful or healthful.
Slums lessen the value of real es
tate." Mrs. Albion Fellows Bacon,
speaking at City Club.
Rowboat overturned in lake off
Pratt av. Three men and a woman
thrown into the water. None of them
could swim. Rudolph Sampson, 15,
643 Melrose st, and Ed Spies, 16,
1102 N. Shore av., rowed out and
saved them. AH taken to shore un
Michael Kami, barber, inherited
$5,000 from his father's estate. Went
to saloon at Joliet and "flashed" it
in face of crowd. Later he was found
dead on river bank. Pockets turned
inside out ,
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