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NEWS. OF THE DAY C
, Henry Zorackow, 1013 N. Hermi
tage av.,lield by police as Black Hand
suspect. Alleged to have written
threatening letters to Boleslaus Zale
ski, 4841 Champlain ay.
Gregor Skolnik, orchestra leader
Chicago Grand Opera, grabbed in
Auditorium pit by police. Failed to
. Fire in Uniqn station caused many
passengers to lose trains. Damage
Last argument in fraud vote case
today. State witnesses called per
jurers by defense.
William Clark, Andrew Drobnick
and John O'Conner stranded in Chi
cago, dug caye under sidewalk, E.
7th st. and Wabash av. Home dis
covered oy ponce. Arrestea.
Abraham Lewis, 2136 W. Division
st., shot and killed. Walter Kruger,
415 Racine av., and wife Emma, held
by police. .
, Mrs. Julia LaForce and Ollie Scott
placed on trial for murder of women's
Benjamin Franklin, 40, 541 Frank
lin st, fell through window,. Arrest
ed. Disorderly conduct.
William Walsh, wife and 3ryear-old
daughter, 1846 Pulton av., overcome
by gas. Revived. Child's condition
Woman dressed as nurse wanted
for burglary. Said to have taken $15
worth of valuables from Elizabeth
O'Brien, 3857 W. Washington blvd.
County Clerk Robert M. Sweitzer
wants marriage court. Claims it
would stop "marriage mill."
Federal immigration station. 845
S. Wabash ay., will be opened Jan. 28.
Mrs. Matilda Kohn, 4655 Vincennes
av., found unconscious in gas-filled
room. Police believe her. drugged and
Frank Morris and George Leavitt
held for federal grand jury. Imper
sonated revenue inspectors and' at
tempted to rob Henry "Nusbaum's ca
loon. 1263 Clybourh av
Thirteen levee women fined as va
grants in morals court.
Mfss Nora Norton, teacher Mar
quette School, shook Jacob Cohen,
11, violated corporal punishment rule.
Fined one month's pay $110.
Man grabbed purse belonging to
Minnie Stern, 5525 S. Michigan av.
Emmett Wright, 405 S. Ashland blvd.,
held for grand jury.
Oscar Radke, window cleanerkill
ed by fall from 7th floor of Western
Newspaper Union bldg. Every bone
in body broken.
Twenty ectra policemen assigned
to Little Italy to prevent further
bloodshed in Black Hand feud. Sam
uel Fossi found wounded in hospitaL
Only person located by police who ad
mits knowledge of murders. :"-
Charge that undertakers'employed
hospital attendants to wave flags to
signal death of patients at county
hospital being probed by committee.
Nicholas Annen ' will speak on
"Crime and Disease" at the I. W. W.
open forum, 17 N. Halsted st., Jan.
25, 8 p.m.
wiianss rviiucik, i isi si.,
killed in machine shop of Montgom
ery Ward & Co.
Alexander W. Murdock, 6910 Par
nell av., killed by train at Fairbury.
Edward Talbott sent to Bridewell.
Took shoulder of veal from wagon.
Five suspects at Desplaines st.
identified by yictims as robbers.
-John Smith tofd Judge Mahoney
pitiful tale. Got job. Failed to show
up for work. Rearrested. FinedflOO
Coroner investigating death pf
Helen KUck, 17, 2704 N. Marshfield
av, Alleged illegal operation.
Warren J. Clark, druggist, 232 E.
42d st. and James Morgan. 4305
Prairie av., arrested. Alleged to have
sold liquor in prohibition district.
Nicholas JARedmond, .4465 W.
; Harrison st., held for grand jury. Al
leged, to have broken, window of Ed
ward Berman's store, 1404 W. 12th,st,