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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Prof. Jackson B. McKinney, in
structor Northwestern University,
Dorothy Twyraan, 13, 7435 Stewart
av., and Leon Jones, 7413 Harvard
av., bitten by dogs. Jones taken to
- Pasteur Institute.
Rev. Bernard I. Bell will speak at
Grace Episcopal church forum, Sun
day evening April 12. Subject: "So
cial Value of the Christian Doctrine J
Dr. Albert Stats, 54, professor of
chemistry, National Medical School,
1430 Wells st, alleged to have taken
$1,000 worth of valuable instruments
from the institution. Arrested.
Mrs. Florence Perry wants divorce.
Cruelty and non-support charged.
$5,500,000 Byron Laflin Smith es
tate goes fo family. $100,000 be
queathed to charity.
Will of Frederick William Crosby
filed. $1,000,000 estate given to rela
tives. 2,500-word report on school site
quiz prepared. Action to be deferred
until sub-committee meets again.
Raymond Harrison held in conec
tion with suicide of Marjorie Chaun
Home of Miss Julia Regan, 2249
Warren av., entered. $100 stuff taken.
Hundreds of patients, physicians
and dentists routed by smoke at Re
liance Building. "Some drenched by
fire hose. Little damage.
Albert B. Coombs, 542 S. Dearborn
St., arrested by Pinkertons. Alleged
to have "passed $5,000 forged checks.
Injunction sought to restrain offi
cials of Desplaines from continuing
village improvements. Property own
ers charge bribery.
891 political meetings held in
cchoolhouses during last four weeks.
Mrs. Carrie Hefler, 3016 S. Canal
st, brought John Kirkpatrick, 527 W.
28th st, into court to convince him
that she was married. Man placed
under peace bond for annoying woman.
George M. Seward, 5430 Cornell .
av., bankrupt. Liabilities, $58,013;
Loneliness and temporary insanity
coroner's verdict in Pearl Conners'
Miss Dorothy Forrest, 23, 4008
Grand blvd., recovering from over
dose of chloroform, denies suicide in
tent. Manley Bloomgren, 3 W. Walton
pi., and J. D. Philips, Oak Park, ar
rested as alleged "mashers."
Ten policewomen detailed to rail
road station duty.
Hugh Francis held for grand jury
for using mails to defraud. Alleged
to have sent fake orders to firm by
whom he was employed.
Charles C. Fitzmorris, secretary to
Mayor Harrison, denies forcing ball
tickets on city employes.
Charles Dank, 8361 Burley av.,
quarreled with conductor on 12th st
car. Pushed off. Right leg broken.
Judge Newcomer placed purse on
railing of Continental Trust and
Commercial Savings Bank. Turned
round. Purse missing.
James A. Sherman, 72, missing
Civil War veteran, found in Soldiers'
Three-day-old baby boy found on
sidewalk of 179 W. Water st.
J. E. Ingram, attorney, Title and
Trust Building, bankrupt. $66,646.
Immigration authorities may de
port Louis Miller, owner of alleged
dive in S. Chicago.
Albert Seizer, 1407 Solon pi., chauf
feur, exonerated in death of Adam
Nyka, 9, boy hit by auto truck Satur
day. One hundred girls routed wheh fire
attacked Central Union building, 368
W. Madison st ,
William Hong, 7232 S. Halsted st.,
Chinese laundryman, anonyed by
boys. Fired seevral shots. Arrested.
VFda Hagen, housemaid, to see
baby daughter first time in three.
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