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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Frank Jones, indicted for murder,
? paid $300 for bonds. $200 went to
bondsmen. Judge Petit searching for
man who got $100 out of deal.
Stockholders of LaSalle st. bank
? planning re-opeaiiig soon. Intend to
f oust Lorimer and Munday from insti
tution. Unable to get service on Ben Stans
bury police say will revoke Freiberg
hall license if he fails to appear in
" court Monday to answer charges.
C. E. Seidel, ticket agent oh Lake
. Shore Rroad at 31st st, bathing in
- lake. Saw man who held up station
recently. Called cops. Captured thief .
Alma Weiss, 20, 1255 N. Clark St.,
attempted suicide on car. Poison.
Mary Stuer, 9, 4849 S. Kolin av.,
killed by freight train. Sweeping
grain from cars.
Walter Waschman, 2426 Went
worth av., burned in explosion of
tank in garage. Fire loss $3,000.
Policeman Jas. Baldwin, Engie
wood, bitten on arm by dog owned hy
Theodore Lacroux, 6836 Lowe av.
Cranet Blackmore, 324 W. 63d st,
killed when scaffold broke at 5816
Wentworth av. Emil Olsen, 440 W.
58th st., hurt.
Chas. Sedgestrand and Thos.
Peters, picked up in lodging houBes,
sentenced to 365 baths a year by
Judge Sabath. i
Six fined $5 and costs in court of
Judge Caverly at Sheffield av. sta
tion for keeping dog without license.
Wm. Oeber, 1843 Cleveland av., hit
by North av. car near Larabee st May
Leonard White, driving truck of R.
F. Conway Asphalt Co., hurt when
car hit auto at FuHerton av.
Annual "Venetian Night" regatta
to be held at Lincoln Park by yacht
club tonight. ,70 boats to be decorated
Fred Zeata, 2118 Fremont st, cut
and bruised by auto driven by Wm.
Schreiber, 714 W. North av.
Martin Jacobson, 17, committed
suicide at 16 S. Clinton st. Rope.
Grief over death of brother burned in
motor boat explosion.
Melvin Sykes, photographer, will
take third bride. Margaret Merker,
19, 1515 Highland av., to become
Overseer Voliva says Zion City is
overrun with dances, drugs and
devils. Expect action against doc
tors and drug stores.
L. A. Mills, Decatur lawyer, in Chi
cago for operation. Swallowed den
tist's drill while under treatment
Estelle Gaffey, 17, 5758 S. LaSalle
st, and Mary Murphy, 16, 5344 S. 5th
av., donned boys' clothes and started
for California. Pinched.
Will of Edward Amory, murdered
in Gas Bldg., filed for probation. Left
Gov. Dunne will issue order for
special election to fill job of Jas. Mc
Carl Ruenzi seeking divorce. Wife
broke broom and umbrella on head,
poured hot water and threw various
articles at him, he says.
Sigma Omega Mu fraternity in
convention Sept 27. Expect 100 dele
gates. Jacob Shapiro, 2420 Taylor st,
held to grand jury for shooting po
liceman. Thought officer was bur
glar. Joseph Evans, 626 W. 58th pi., fined
$50 for carrying revolver.-
Mrs. Elizabeth Murray, widow of
Rob't Murray, suing for $25,000.
Claims saloonkeepers made drunkard
Rob't Summer suing Thos. Orme
for $15,000. False arrest alleged.
Convention of Belgian National
Alliance to be heldjn city Sept 7.
SJouega Fong, 59 New st, Blue Is
land, held for murder of Phillip Fassoy
Chicago Heights saloonkeeper, exon
erated by coroner's jury.
George Cook, 2157 W. Madison st,
flagman at Foster st. station of