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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGG
Unidentified-man struck by Mrs.
Grace Wilbur Trout's auto. Injuries
may be fatal'.
Safe blowers looted Mrs. Ida M.
Tank's real estate office, 4003 Ful
lerton av. Got $400. .
License of "W. & W." Cafe, 22d and
S. State St., revoked by mayor.
Henry Greenebaum, 80, 4059 S.
Michigan av., 65 years a resident of
Women" to serve as election clerks
and judges today.
Michael Cudziak, 4355 S. Lincoln
St., loaned Anton Cizneoska, 4324 S.
Marshfield av., $100 to wed. Ciz
neoska failed to turn over collection
taken at wedding to Cudziak. Ar
rested for obtaining money under
Restaurant of Charles Laufer, 364
W. Chicago av., entered. Owner,
showed fight. Robbers fled.
$490,000 estate left by' E. W.
Blatchford. Widow chief beeficiary.
French capitalists want to build
subway. Want 20-year franchise.
John Clark, jobless and hungry,
gave 100 'inches of skin to save Sam
uel Nadle, Melrose Park, from losing
Ray O'Brieji wanted in connection
with vote fraud charges found work
ing for City Collector Cohen.
Mrs. Woods, negro, angry because
daughter was kept after hours at
school, attacked Miss Eva Levy,
teacher at Farren School. Tore
teacher's dress and hair and wrecked
437,346 men voters in Chicago.
200,000. women expected to register.
Frank Allen 'and George Blanchard
held for grand jury. Tried to enter
garage, 3906 Sheridan Road.
Bond oi Edward Dickinson, charg
ed with taking several pair of trous
ers, forfeited. Failed to appear.
Four new captaincies and cleanout
of 22d street district believed to be
features in general order of Chief
Mrs. Minnie Kantor struck by auto
truck. May die. Thomas Corcoran,
3716 Normal av., driver.
Garbage to be watered at city re
duction plant. System expected to
eliminate offensive features.
Union loop ouster proceedings will
be (heard by Judge McGoorty April 8.
Alice Connelly Hayden wanted in
Nevada City, Cal. Has big estate
Body of man found at mouth of
Chicago river. Another at 92d street
Leonard Hess, 2638 Flourney st.,
died from hydrophobia. Bitten Jan
Franklin Benjiman wants $50,000
from Herbert Wallace. Claims breach
of contract in land deal.
Mrs. Max Astrahan wants divorce.
Says hubby hit her with fist.
Coroner's finding in deaths of
Frank- Crovet and Christina Lilavec,
murder and suicide. Claim girl turn
ed on gas when Crovet failed to mar
ry her. :
Walter Northrup, Salvation Army
captain, fined $3. Was entering hotel
with Anna Schultz.
D. Rassoele and Domenike Palunno
arrested. Said to have robbed Thor
son's grocery, 3425 yv., Huron st $125
loot taken from captured men.
Fuse blew out in Cottage Grove
car. Passengers scrambled into
street. Mrs. H. Rosenberg trampled
in mud. Slightly hurt.
Funkhouser downs "Thorns of the
Great White Way." Movie films un
mailable. Considered inflammable.
John Dolan arrested. Claimed to
have swindled Dr. S. H. Grove, 1827
Ogden av., out of $10.
William Coleman has only seven
affinities. Released on promise to stay
home with wife.
Four fires in building 1236 S. Mich-,
igan av., discovered at one time. In
vestigation being made.
Frank Walsh and Walter Cum
mings, 6422 S. Wabash av., held for