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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Legality of Utilities Commission at
tacked. City and Oak Park "L" ques
Northwestern -"J." train jumped
tracks at Chicago av". station. Win
dows shattered. No one hurt.
Chicago dressmakers to charter
ship. Will exhibit fashions in lake
Fire attacked building at Lawn
dale and Argyle st. Four rescued by
. Policeman James Hamilton.
Emma Goldman will speak on the I
Russian Drama at International La
bor Hall, 538 Wells St., tonight.
Vivian Widney, 23, and R. J. Wid
ney, 42, arrested at Grand Pacific
Hotel. Woman held as disorderly.
Man charged with pandering. Prop
rietor of hotel complainant.
State's Attorney Hoyne may sue'
for bills vetoed by president of Coun
ty Board. Money due for state wit
John H. Safford will speak at the
Grace Church open forum, Sunday,
April 19. Subject: "The Wet Side of
the Liquor Question."
William E. O'Connor, second class
detective sergeant, will receive gold
medal for greatest act of bravery dur
ing year. Captured Robert Webb,
murderer of Peter Hart, Five other
policemen honorably mentioned.
200 freshmen Northwestern Uni
versity Dental College "struck" yes
terday. Had spring fever.
Brickmakers' strike near end. Set
tlement expected in few days.
Sanitary board to furnish 2,000
new lights to city. To provide better
lamps at lesp cost.
$170,000 left by Charles Stempel,
Arlington Heights. 12 beneficiaries.
Harry S. McCartney awarded $12,
025 after 20-year suit against city.
City used property in widening street.
Women appointed as election offi
cials to remain. Supreme Court up
holds Judge Owens' appointments.
Five held in connection with mur
der of Louis Milone, 1104 W. Taylor.
Louis Miller, alias Hungarian
Louie, keeper of dive, 9038 Strand,
may be deported. Charged with pan
dering. Mrs. James E. Felio, 92011 Harbor
av., crossed Calumet river on 8-inch
beam of new bridge. ,
John Beck, ,2447 N. Monticello av.,
struck by auto. Fatally injured. John
Boesan, driver held.
Jacob Wfcisenberg, 1418 Edgemont
av., arrested. Wife claims hubby forg
ed her name to $30 draft.
Edward Mezger, Alexis, III., charg
ed with embezzlement of $2,000 from
W. A. Frazer, 160 W. Jackson blvd.
Unidentified man, 25, hung self
from tree at 110th and Crawford av.
Harry Cohen and William Goldman
captured after chase. Alleged to have
robbed Edward Evens, 4553 Emerald
av., of $65.
Samuel Martin, 6417 Justine av.,
fined $10 and costs for starting street
car while motorman was absent.
Mrs. Patricia Siebel, 35, 665 Grace
st., held on complaint of Peoria po
Eleven relatives get Gottfried May
er's $200,000 estate.
Albert M. Long, manager Hotel
Florence, 160 W. Adams St., suicided.
John Waskowski, 8742 Colfax av.,
fined $200 and costs for beating wife.
Body of unidentified man, 30, found
in river at Canal st. bridge.
Klum Kups, patient at County Hos
pital, leaped from 4th story. Dead.
Mrs. F. R. Fraelick, 1947 Sunnyside
av., would not be operated on until
hubby arrived. Hubby came. Found
Harry L. Du Charm still with
Moose organization. Progressives
failed to oust him. .
Mary Walsh, 3, 1521 Emerson avM
played with matches. Dead.
"Jimmy" Monahan, clerk Grand
Pacific Hotel, met Miss Mildred Good
rich. Went to Milwaukee to get mar
ried. Had to wait 5 days before license
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