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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO '
Railroads Unimproved Land Ass'n,
Great Northern Bank Bldg., raided by
federal agents. M. K. Higgmbotham
arrested. Charged with using mails
to ptpmote lottery.
Former Vice President Stevenson
' Newlands and Clayton bills oppos
ed by Chicago Ass'n of Commerce.
Local men will fight interstate regu
lation. Council committee recommended
limiting height of saloon booths and
seats to three and half feet
Adoption of Wilfred Eldridge, 5, by
Mrs. Alma Christiansen, 2100 W. 68th
st, set aside. Boy alleged to have de
veloped criminal tendencies.
Jackson Park bathing beach opens
today. Accommodates 1,500.
Dogs bit 15 Friday.
Twelve arraigned for have unmuz
zled dogs. 4 dogs ordered killed. One
John W. Worthington, head of de
funct American Banking Ass'n, and
Harry E! Thomas, promoter, indict
ed for using mails jto defraud.
Peter Rusetos acquitted of murder
of James J. Floras.
Map who robbed Nicholas Paulas,
agent Larrabee station N. V. "L," re
turned money,, $10.70. Conscience.
Federal grand jury probing produce
combine. Western Cantaloupe Ex
change first quized.
Mrs. Anne Culver's home, 327 N.
Artesian st, entered. Negro beat and
"E. J. Locke and wife" rented room
from airs. R. Strauss, 2830 Calumet
av. ,Left to get trunks. $100 jewelry J
Arthur Tracey, 18, Gary, Ind., hyp
notized, is moving feet in imitation
of bicycle rider. W. B. Griffiths,
hvnnotist arrested.' refuses "to
awaken Tracey until charge is dis- l
J. A. Lucas, 4619 N. Western av.,
arrested in Detroit. Said to have
taken $1,600 from, employer. saulted by 2 unidentified men.
Lucille Bradyt 5, 2714 E. 96th st,
caught in wagon wheeL Fatally in
jured. - Goethe monument to be dedicated
in Lincoln Park today.
Chas. M Anderson subpoenaad to
pay taxes. Failed to answer. Dead
105 persons victimized by man
claiming to collect funds for home
f roaged railroad conductors.
Witnesses for Mrs. Clampitt claim
that paraffin Injections effect nerves
in $50,000 suhVagainst "beauty doc
tors." Bessie McCarthy, 15, 5757 S. Lin
coln av., gored by cow. May die.
Man representing himself as ex
press company driver got valuable
package from Lederer Bros., 320 S.
Federal -authorities investigating
' Jasper E. Oglesby, son of former
Gov. Oglesby, ordered to pay $75 note
Woman claiming to be wife of De
tective John Ryan, Shakespeare av.
station, held for alleged theft. '
Barr & Widen mail fraud case con
tinued until Monday. Juror ill. '
Mrs. Irene Butcher and Henry
Long, 2933 Indiana av., arrested.
Couple eloped from Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. Emma McDonald, 2916 In
diana av., found lying in street
Thrown from auto, Refused to tell
H. A. Zemanski, taxicab driver,
overcharged passenger 40 cents.
' Chas. McCarthy. 2320 W. 25th St.,
held, pending inquest of death of
Thos. McCarthy, 2552 Blue island av.
Four held for robbing Hirsch Bros.'
store, 1246 S. Halsted-st
1 J. W. Granstaff, 64, given 2 montKs
in Bridewell and $25 fine for shooting''
Geo. Murphy, 13, through hand.
. Nicholas Melacasino, 909 S. Mor- '
gan, 'dead. Ptomaine poisoning.
Conratl O'Neii, 530Z wmtnrop, as-