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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Edward Rasler, 1123 Randolph st,
suicide. Gun. "
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ritter eloped to
Michigan. Haye departed for Mexico
26 chop suey restaurants accused
of selling liquor to young boys and
girls by Englewood Law and Order
Mrs. Cora Mickle Hoffer claims vi
brations would save 12,000 would-be
suicides. Natural Science Club has
- Fred Thoma, justice of peace, Des
Plaines, to be arraigned in connec
tion with alleged forged records of
$88,000 village paving improvement
F. S. Orth, Evanston, fined $100 by
Judge Burke for contempt of court
when he failed to answer, summons as
Gunmen's Court to be opened
Tuesday. Judge McDonald to preside.
Michael Grady. 2102 N. Kostner
av., and James Forkm, 164 N. Shel
don st, overcome by gas while re
pairing gas main. Revived.
Mrs. Potter Palmer and 50 other
millionaires fighting injunction
sought by Mrs. Edith H. Hill. "Swells"
,want to erect clubhouse on Lake
Shore drive in spite of previous build
Samuel Hoffman, tailor, 6557 Cottage-
Grove av., acquitted of arson
Anton Sastano started cafe at 778
S. State st Police thought it too, well
furnished. Arrested. Alleged to have
obtained silverware at Congress Ho
tel. Little Anna Blanzanski picked up
on street Girl can't remember ad
dress. Police unable to locate par
ents. Fred Buettner, 66, 3229 Wentworth
av., dead. Open gas jetv
William Rinland, 6, 1818 S. Ked-
srie av., killed by auto. Wm.-Burke,
7100 Princeton av., chauffeur held,
George D. Pattee and Daniel Neil,
410 S. Des Plaines st, held to federal
grand jury. Alleged to have con
ducted school for criminals.
Earl Thompson, 343 E. 55th st,
fatally injured and Clinton E.
Adams, 445 Bowen av., seriously
hurt in auto collision.
James Ried, 5057 Prairie av., hit
by auto. Right arm fractured.
Joseph T&rnaben, 470 W. Division
st, actor, up for non-support "He
thinks he is above me," sobbed wife.
"She is my superior," plead hus
band. "Too much acting; $5 a
week," said Judge Fry.
Society women oposed to Federa
tion of Women's Club's dress censor
ship. Would wear bloomers and flim
Six model students of University
of Chicago held for gambling. Bet 5
cents on golf game.
Swan Anderson, New York, passed
through Chicago on way to Nebras
ka. Met confidence men. Fifteen
years' savings, $1,600, gone.
Chicago Medical Society wants
state and county medical institutions
to provide facilities for medical stu
dents. Major Funkhouser annoyed. Too
many City Hall employes watching
censored movies. Orders Issued
against loitering in hallway.
Kritzinger comet visible.. Celestial
visitor 47,000,000 miles away.
Society bachelors to be chosen by
Judge Owens as First ward election
judges. Judges to be replaced by
Eugent C. Wakefield, 2400 Prairie
av., found drowned under overturned
auto near Wheeler, Ind. Machine half
submerged in roadside ditch.
James Choyce, 409 W. Division st;
out of work, found purse containing
$75. Gave it to police.
Dr. James Altaian will speak at I.
W. W. open forum, 17 N. HalBted st,
Sunday evening, May 17, 8 p. m. Sub
Women auditors at Auditorium
complain. Too much light New sys-