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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Rutherford Millhauser, 13, 6200 S.
Campbell av., killed by auto. Harry
Clayton, 23, held under $5,000 bond.
Honeymoon on houseboat broken.
Mrs. Jay Ingraham, Bvanston, drove
hubby from ship. Mother-in-law
Knabenshue's dirigible balloon
made trip over parks and lake. Eight
passengers given 24-iminute ride.
Police, pension fund muddled. Ef
forts may be made to limit number
eligible. City council placed dog
catchers in rank with patrolmen.
Barney Jasmuskiewiecz arrested
on charge of robbing S. Scofiunski.
John Worthington, defunct banker,
ordered to furnish $5,000 bond or go
to jail. Own bond refused.
$1,734,000 appropriation recom
mended for police and fire stations.
Unissued bonds to be used.
Arthur Feltz, 12, 5129 Lowe av.,
amused baby with rifle. Fired. Moth
er dead. Baby in hospital.
Lake Bluff flowerbeds raided. Rare
Foster North, dismissed 29 years
ago for cutting chapel exercises,
granted degree by Illinois University.
$154,114 estate left by H. C. F.
J. Gallagher and Chas. Eggleston.
4251 S. Ashland av., held in connec
tion with death of Otto Luleich.
Ordinance prohibiting chickens
from running at large recommended
Buggy belonging to P. Dickert,
2410 Ballou st, and J. Ziske, 5434 Le
land av., hit by engine. Men jumped.
Receiver appointed for Modern
Stove Co., Chicago Heights. Liabili
John Jordon, 2984 Archer av., 10th
time in hospital. Can stop pulse by
shrugging shoulder. Weak heart.
Judge Owens to hear charges
against taxdodgers today.
Russell Hazel, 2, 114 W. 113th St.,
injured by runaway horse. May die.
Blanche Redmond, negress, 6548
Washington blvd., suicided. Gun.
Christ Stevens placed on trial for
murder of Andrew Peloriors. Death
Death sentence of Henry Spencer,
murderer of Mrs. Rexroat, upheld.
To die July 31.
Dr. Charles J. Whalen elected pres
ident of Chicago Medical Society.
Dogs bit 10 Tuesday.
Sister Mary Bornosa, Angel Guar
dian Orphan Home, hit by wagon.
"The Little Senorita" and "The
Master Mind" rejected by movie cen
sors. Ten films slashed.
Divinity schools too academic to
teach religion, says Dean Mathews of
University of Chicago.
F. Holterman, 668 Roscoe st, and
B. P. Hill, 730 E. 39th st, motor
cyclists, hit by auto. Hospital.
Miss Hazel Pollock, 24, music stu
dent, held to grand jury for theft, un
der $2,000 bond.
Jails schools for crime and, Chicago
lock-ups infamous, says Prof. Hen
derson. Voice culture school planned by
auctioneers. Claim taxes eat up
100-ton girder placed in Stevens
bldg. Took forty horses to haul it
Good boys may be separated from
bad by County Board. Special home
for bad ones considered.
Burglar entered I. E. McBrady's
home, Evanston. Frightened. Fled.
Left bicycle behind.
S. S. South American made maiden
trip. Second largest passenger ship
to enter Chicago river.
Paul Walter, 24, fined $100 for an
noying Sophie Paligrodzke, 15.
Four reported missing to police.
$100,000 suit filed against Channel!
Chemical Co. by Geo. B. Haines.
Thirteen physicians took civil serv
ice test for Oak Forest infirmary.
Mrs. Rose Koster, 2840 Woodward
av., had hubby up for non-support.