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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Ticket agent at Penosylvania R. R,
station, 94th st and Commercil av.,
robbed $50. Two arrested as sus
pects. Telephone subscribers failing to
take advantage of-new phone rate.
Ordinance saves users $50,000 a year.
Mrs. Martha Potovich, 38, found
wandering on Clark st. Says she
came from Poland to seek husband.
Taken to Clark st. annex.
Mrs, Minnie Cruber went to look
B Anthony Parciarelli, 25, 117 W.
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Wife took it from pocket Knocked
her down. Fined $10.
Horse killed when Brenner Bak
ing Co. wagon hit auto.
Meeting of Commission on Indus
trial Relations at LaSalle Hotel
postponed until July 20.
State closed case against James
O'Brien, indicted on charge of rob
bing cashier at Briggs House
Case against Frank Wallace, ac
cused by Hazel Martin of taking $95,
Isaac Bond, negro, on trial for mur-vGeorge Maszki
der of Ida Leegson, identified as man
who pawned murdered woman's
Body of unidentified Italian found
in Grant Park.
$185,000 estate of Nathan Friend
goes to relatives.
Miss Margaret Powers wants $10,
000 damages from White City Con
struction Co. Ankle fractured when
Family gets $145,000 estate of
Richard S. Thompson.
Rudolph Cohen, 1130 E. 47th st.,
held on charge of passing checks. .
Chicago & Alton railroad has join
ed in plans for new $65,000,000 West
Three N. Y. members of Elks on
way to Denver convention stopped
off here. Suitcases looted. 9 bottles
whisky and 7 boxes cigars gone.
Mrs. Theresa Hoffman's hubby
liked pinochle. Wife forced him to
sleep in barn and turned hose on
friends. Judge Torrison will try to
City forester offering children 10
cents a quart for tussock moth co
coons, in war on pests -that destroy
Cabin in which Abe Lincoln studied
law from 1832 to 1838 offered for sale
( to Lincoln Park commissioners.
Emanual Henricksen, 3825 Narra
gansett av"., shot Tuesday by un
identified man, may recover.
Methodist Episcopal camp meeting
at Desplaines barred discussion of
Ass't State's Att'y Case asked to
devise means to raise money -to pay
bills of county board.
300 merchants vicinity of 43d and
Cottage Grove- av. have organized
Julius Rosenwald gave $25,000 for
negro Y. M. C. A. in Kansas City.
Fifth donation to negro Y. M. C. A.
Chas. Warner, 1257 Hastings st,
sought in connection with death of
$100,000 tract of land transferred
by Francis A. Hardy for newsboys'
Lee Wade II., student Culver Acad
emy, dead. Bichloride poisoning.
$1.50 receiver's bond demanded by
Judge Landis for Navigato & Sons,
George L. Schein and Harold F.
Hirst found not guilty on charge of
Wm. Baumgartner, Elkhart, Ind.,
fined $100 and costs for molesting
women in Lincoln Park.
$100 check presented to firemen by
Northwestern Terra Cotta Co. for
Rear wall two-story building, 139
W. 63d st, fell. Upper floor over
loaded. Oscar Nelson fined $25, A. Nelson,
Wm. Holt and Ludwig Lundgren 5,