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NEWS OF THE D AYXONCERNING CHICAGO
Drainage trustee wrangle over
Panama trip -Wallace G. Clark de
mands explanation of figures before
approving $1,821.97 bill.
Federation of Women's Clubs may
declare war on Paris fashions Cling
ing gowns, narrow skirts and flimsy-
garments may not be tolerated.
Clara Burton, 16, Oak Park, miss
ing. Peter Brudmackowski, 9, 2220 Bel
mont av , stole ride on fire truck.
Jolted off. Neck broken. Dead.
Harold Selz, 23, 865 Roscoe st, and
Miss M. McGuire, 2449 Seminary av.,
severely bruised -when auto collided
with street car.
Net earnings of Union Elevated Co.
$571,593. City's share $85,739.
Unity Clubhouse, 3140 Indiana av.,
raided. 600 fight fans scattered. 8 arrested.
Federal government approves
south shore filling of Lake Michigan.
Will issue permit when city council
A taxpayers' meeting will be held
at Hodnett's Hall, 40th and Armitage
Representative A. J.-Sabath cen
sured by school sites committee.
Resolution adopted declares city lost
Employes routed by fire at Simp
son, Bevans & Co., 322 W. Washing
ton st. Louis veysey, 17, overcome by
smoke. Damage $5,000.
George Williams, negro, 3117 S.
Wabash av., shot and killed. John
Hegwood, stegson, arrested."
Frank Nuccia, 841 Milton av., fined
$200 and costs for carrying gun.
Reported thai brokers aided John
H. Garrett, missing promoter, to con
ceal assets Federal grand jury to
Bfon J. Arripld, chairman of super
vising engineers, answered charges of
street car frauds. Blames politics for
exposure. Would cover,juggIed ac
counts on books by deducting cost of
subway plans of companies.
Dr. J. R. McCleary, throat special
ist, lauds chewing gum. Claims It
relieves sore throats and helps sing
ers. John L. Whitman, superintendent
of Bridewell, would conduct penal in
stitutions like up-to-date hospitals.
Believes mental and physical weak
ness cause of crime.
Adolph Kowalski captured by Scot
land "Yard in England. Wanted for
swindling People's Stock Yard State
Bank of $7,500.'
Morella Subis, 17, missing. Police
John Murphy, 21, held'in connec
tion with murder of "Jimmy Kelly,"
freed for want of prosecution.
Romain Blakeslee, 2417 W. Con
gress St., sued for divorce. Mrs. Kate
Coleman, 5212 Washington blvd.,
named as co-respondent.
Nine directors and officers of Al-baugh-Dover
Co. sued stockhold
ers. Claimed to have illegally paid as
Albert Dittman, 836 W. Adams st,
told wife he didn't love her. Got knife
in ribs. Hospital.
Waitress at restaurant, 9440 "Cot
tage Grove av., notified police to get
dead man. Found John Crittenden
eBnjamin Bernachi, 7, 944 Wells
st, caught on fender of street car.
Dragged 100 feet. Slightly bruised.
Hadrian H. Baker, 4$648 Vincennes
av., challenges story df atonement
Offers to be crucified to disprove it
Charles Norton, indicted for "dop
ing" whisky, failed to Bppear for trial.
Arrested on bendh warrant Released
H. A. Busby, promoter Employe's
National Merchandise Co., alleged to
have defrauded Miss Mary S. Con
signy of $1,000. Receiver demanded
Aerial season open. L. A. V. If, fly
bib hot, flew overBvanston.
William O'Brien, timekeeper Bu
reau of Streets. 34th w&rd, missing?