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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Frank Skobel and Agnes Spange,
4735 S. Laflin St., arrested. Wanted
marriage license. Girl's mother ob
jected. Mrs. Susan Valentine, negress,
5013 S. Water St., arrested. Declares
she is St. Peter. Charged with ob
taining money under false pretences.
Edw. Cook, 6531 S. Green st., fined
$10. Speeding. Third offense.
Edward Corley, electrician, shot
and fatally wounded. Dominick Ci
Roman Hichalski fined $10.. Adul
Mrs. Arthur Campbell, 1715 Wash
ington blvd., carried from burning
building by Policeman John Cahill.
No serious injuries.
Five negroes arrested. Held as
Five men charged with taking $2,
000 worth, of merchandise. Said to
have robbed the C. & N. W. freight
Herbert E. Ross, alleged confidence
man, arrested. Passed worthless
Rose Benestante, 16, 1433 S. Ken
neth av., and Mildred Freblitio, 14,
905 Miller st., found. Anthony Mis
kino, 29, arrested.
Att'y Joseph E. Harvey nominated
for alderman in 27th ward on Pro
Hector Duranti wants $25,000.
Claims charges of R. J. Knight, chief
inspector of employment agencies,
James Gallery and wife, 1322 N.
Campbell st., and Sarah Ellis arrest
ed. Accused of attacking Ida Bellman,
1320 Hastings st.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Farmsworth
charged with illegally detaining Vic
tor Browne, 4. Parents want child
Jacob Feresyski, Maywood, killed
crossing Soo tracks. Nicholas Frange,
section hand, cut to pieces by C. &
A, train. Julian Jlick, laborer, killed
by E. J. &E. train, , .
Home of Mrs. Chas. Edgerton, 5414
S. Park av., entered- Baby's bank,
silverware and cut glass gone.
. Dr. W. F. Gott, state board of med
ical examiners, wants "quack" phy
sicians and "fake" medical institutes
of Gary indicted.
Fire caused $968,905 damage
throughout state last month. Chi
cago had 278 of 872 fires reported.
Mrs. Francis Johnson, Lake Forest,
missed $1,800 diamond pin at opera.
Health Board discussing free lunch
measure. Saloons favor it.
Logue suspects may escape trial.
County has no funds for prosecution.
Miss Mabel Sturtevant charged
with misuse of the mails. Plead..not
Judge Henry C. Freeman wants
pardons for Chas. Kurth and Thos.
McNally. Says men have served 20
years, though innocent.
No tango at Lincoln Park. Com
missioners refuse permit.
Birds of paradise feathers valued at
$700 stolen. I. Bersark, 22 S. State
St., victim. Padded brick.
Marriage of Erwin G. Munzer and
Reva Russell annulled. Bride under
Austin Gibbons, 1839 W. Madison
St., fatally injured. Thrown from
Geo. Rosen's saloon, 341 N. Clark st.
New municipal lodging house open
ed. Five-story building at 913 Jack
son blvd. Donated,
Three-months'-old baby girl aban
doned in Court of Domestic Rela
tions. Stolen $2,000 jewels sought in
pawnshops. Police believe stones are
being sold out of settings.
Chas. Davis and Harry Williams ar
rested on street car. Tried to strong
arm passenger. Held to grand jury.
Anthony Logs and Margaret Smith
arrested. Wanted by federal authori
ties. License of Matt Buconeich, saloon
keeper,. 9178. Harbor av.-, revoked.