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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO 1
Mrs. J. Arensen, owner of candy
store, annoyed by Isidore Trilling,
schoolboy, 1418 W. Polk St., struck
youth with whip. Boy fell uncon
scious in schoolroom. Dead. Wo
man held for manslaughter.
W. A. Zelinski will speak on "High
Cost of Living" at I. W. W. open
forum, 17 N. Halsted st, Sunday, Feb.
22, at 8 p. m.
Tony's Athletic Club, 1320 Wright
wood av., raided by police. 60 fight
fans taken. All released on bonds.
John Adams Bross, 3, given $100,
000 building. Birthday present from
Orders issued to silence fire gongs
in answering false alarm at Hay
market Theater Bldg. Two enter
tainments in building. Thousands
present. Done to avoid panic
Two raids, 11 arrests, one written
confession have followed latest
"Black Hand" outrage. Police be
lieve they have broken up gang.
300 men panic-stricken in Schind
ler's Hall, Milwaukee av., when po
lice drew guns to eject hissers from
political meeting. Three arrested.
Movie film, "Fleur de Lis," barred
by censors. 40 films passed. "Sep
tember Morn" censored.
Four jurors chosen in Ellis murder
trial. State to insist on death pen
alty. Retail grocers "claim that publicat
ion of municipal store prices has in
A patriotic service will be held at
Grace Episcopal Church, Wabash av.
and 15th St., Sunday, Feb. 22, at 11
Garfield Park Lodge No. 478, In
ternational Association of Machin
ists, will give dance at Second Regi
ment Armory Feb. 21!
Knute K. Brimie and his brother
Peter, ruined by six years' prosecu
tion on oleo frauds, freed by Judge
Landis. Were indicted on 26 counts.
Joseph U. Collins, 39, suicided at
Morrison Hotel Gun.
John Zierman, 4836 B-alden av.,
John Green, 18, wanted for embez
zlement, tried to hang self in cell.
Cut down in time.
Miss Ida Brock, 1228 N. Claremont
av., despondent, took gas. Revived.
Frauds charged against American
Banking Ass'n, 117 N. Dearborn st.
Joseph Stout, stockholder, wants re
Mayor Harrison suffered slight re
lapse. Temperature 100. Physician
reports improvement. .
Samuel Weimess, 2003 W. Jackson 5
blvd., paid girl a visit. Gil's pa, Elmer
Jansen, 1254 W. 72d st, struck
would-be-wooer on head with, potato
masher. Swain had pa arrested.
Fred Sproul, Wichita, Kas., and
Myrtle Wells, 20, Clearwater, Kas.,
arrested. Alleged to have passed
worthless checks in Kansas.
1,600 copies of love songs seized to
satisfy judgment against David B.
Baltimore, 199 N. Clark st.
Tubercular wards at Oak Forest
and County Hospitals crowded. Pa
tients will have to be taken elsewhere.
William Sokolowski and wife, 2253
N. Western ay., put on probation for
year. Were charged with contribut
ing to the dependency of their six
N. L. Akusk, 2719 W. 18th st., held
for grand jury. Alleged to have taken
$35 from four girls on promise to get
Fifty employes of Melchior Broth
ers' Barber Supply Go:, W. Madison
st, panic-stricken when smoke filled
Harry Dloegenka and Hanslaw
Ferkowsky stole bread to keep from
starving. Released by Judge Robin
son. Judge gave them price of meal.
George Mitchell, actor. Colonial I
Theater, arrested on complaint ofS
wife. Woman claims hubby tried to
slash her with razor. il
Louis Gaal, 32, saloonkeeper, 9038 C
The Strand, held for pandering.