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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Oak Park UL" sued for $20,000 by
village of Oak Park for failing to
elevate dangerous tracks.
Overturned canoe found in lake.
Life savers investigating.
Otto Schultz found guilty of man
slaughter. Was tried for killing Otto
Unidentified teamster injured by
cake of ice sliding from wagon. Skull
Five-yearold boy named PeteY
found wandering in Glencoe.
Dr. Miles T. Quales, 83, founder of
Norwegian Old People's Home, died
Dr. George Brandes, famous Dan
ish critic given warm welcome in
Chicago. Met by delegation of 100
Clay Bailey denies he wed Miss
Morton. Mystery still unsolved.
Six saloonkeepers and seven prop
erty owners sued for $10,000 by Mrs.
Eva Rueger under dramshop act. Are
charged with selling drinks to hus
band. Mrs. Lulu Willis, 45 W. 27th st.,
charged with arson. Alleged to have
fired flat s
Walter J. Logan, 32, 3014 Cottage
Grove av.t held on bigamy charge.
Believed wife No. 1 got divorce and
married No. 2.
Six detectives hunting Samuel
Marks, alleged pickpocket Marks has
jumped bail twice.
Rumor that John D. Rockefeller is
hiding at Lake Forest denied by llar
" William Fosberg, head of defunct
South Side banks, started bank with
$150. ' Thousands withdrawn by him
for personal use.
Rosehill Cemetery investments to
be aired in court Stockholders
want to know about $700,000 per
Estate of Samuel E. Gross may be
sued for money paid fo'r lot never
transferred to city. School board
10,000 persons appeared daily at
shrine of St. Rita. Crippled boy re
ported cured after physicians failed.
John Murray will speak at the I.
W. W. open forum, 27 N. Halsted st.,
Sunday evening, May 24, 8 p. m.
Subject: Machinery and the Work
Joseph P. Downey, 65, suicided in
Washington Park. Poison. Unem
ployed. Robert W. Pennington, 35, waiter
at 42 W. Harrison st, jumped from
reading room of public Jibrary. Neck
R. M. Unrath, treasurer Fulton
Packing Co., 820 Fulton st, attack
ed by three men while on way to
bank. Saved $3,000 by resisting rob
bers. Government officials seeking six
Chinese believed to have been smug
gled in from Canada.
Philip Frederick, Kenosha, found
dying in Kercher baths, 505 S. Wa
bash av. Swallowed morphine.
Franklin Savings Bank, N. Kedzie
av. and Franklin blvd., to liquidate.
2,218 depositors of private bank be
ing paid with interest Secondlargest
bank in city.
Policeman 'Frank P. Judge, West
Chicago av. station, dismissed from
force for releasing two men arrested
for spitting. Alleged to have received
$3 for failing to prosecute.
Kathryn Dunn, 11, en route to St
Paul to join theatrical company, nab
bed by Policewomen Crot at railroad
station. Girl being held pending in
vestigation. Thomas Kelly, 5620 Loomis st,
held on charge of assault with deadly
weapon. Believed to be man whose
auto injured Frank L. Davis.
Mary Penz, 3, 1324 N. Halsted st,
fell from second story window. Un
hurt George Fairfort, 3112 S. Halsted
st, dropped dead on W. 23d st
States attorney ruled that $80,000
appropriated for Tice road bill cannot
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