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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sanitary board refused loan of $1,
000,000 to country. Lack of author
ity given as motive.
8 women and 2 men arrested in raid
on Harrison Hotel, Wabash av. and
Harrison st. John Chamales booked
Serg't John Smith, Rogers Park
station, dead. Heart trouble.
Relatives fighting for estate of
Chas. Haines. Worth half million.
City officials of Evanston complain
ed to public utilities commission that
gas and electricity rates were too
Edwin Berenz, 13, 1849 Superior
St., dived in swimming tank at 1238
Milwaukee av. Struck bottom.
C. B. Munday, former LaSalle Bank
head, fined $5 for attack on A. L.
Feldman, bank director.
Walter Jarzembowski, 5141 Homer
st, said "I'm going to start fire."
$5,000 blaze found soon after at Mil
waukee av and Walton st Walter
County borrowed $300,000 to pay
salaries. McCormick criticized city
for refusal to lend.
Paul Hargrave, 7 months old, West
ern Springs, m., smothered by bed
L. Olsen, 8, 1500 N. Kildare av., had
head broken by auto of B. Anderson,
5641 Grace st. Anderson held.
Jos. Drychta, 716 W. 37th st., ex
onerated in death of Jas. Ellingham,
9130 Union av., killed by his auto.
Ammonia pipe in States Restaurant
broken. Repaired by firemen. Diners
Nine hundred cops took exams for
2d class sergeant.
Stop train with court order to re
move body of Mrs. Augusta Bunneis
ter. Relatives quarreling over burial
Mrs. Augustus Swanson, 1924 N.
Clark st., claims rattler in Lincoln
Park bit her. Denied by zoo direc
tors. . i
Hyde Park Bank, private institu
tion at 1544 E. 53d st., suspended.
Dullness of business cause.
Cases of Sam Goldman and Henry
Minky, charged with election frauds,
in fall of 1912, up today in McDon
Frank McKey, trustee in bank
ruptcy, suing John Negrescou, owner
of "Wiggery," for conspiracy to de
Tenth annual convention of Mas
ter House Painters' and Decorators'
Ass'n opened Tuesday.
Wm. O'Malley, 3741 S. Halsted st,
alleged forger, leaped from 2d-story
window to escape policeman. Land
ed in arms of detective. Arrested.
Frank Gebutis, 16, 8809 Houston
av., missing. Mother thinks he's liv
ing on prairies near Gary, Ind.
Peter King, 6647 Jackson av., hurt
by fall from 3d-story window, dead.
L. R. Peterspn, 419 W. 65th pi.,
arrested as burglar. Caught in home
of Jos. Michaels. 6405 Eggleston av.
L Wm. Syzmonswitz, 67, 35 E. 119th
st, crushed to death by falling lum
ber while unloading freight car.
Michael Scully, 2300 W. 21st st,
motorman, hit in eye by scrap of iron
sailing through window while passing
Sam Morris' junkshop, 1011 S.
Construction work on county roads
began at Western and South Park
avs. yesterday. Paving with concrete.
Jos. Shuster, 709 Maxwell st., fined
$25 for attack on wife. Nearly cut
Edward Durkin, 12, 1940 W. Huron
st, played with old revolver. Shot $elf
Adolph Liermann found dead at
1118 Wrightwood av. No marks of
Arrest woman found in Calumet
Country Club crying, "Give me back
my baby." Sanity questioned.
Frederick A. Delano acceptea posi
tion on federal leserve hoard. Say3
spurred by patriotism.