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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Elsie Kleinert, 807 N. LaSalle av.,
had love troubles. Decided on poison.
Only took corn cure. Awful sick. No
Chief Gleason-ardered clean-up of
Little Italy. "
Wm. Mau, 2148 W. 21st St., died
after dose of headache tablets.
Tony Rogick, 35, killed and two
others injured by dynamite explosion
on drainage canal banks near Le
Jas. Flynn, 818 Carr st, fell from
Calumet State Bank and Ashland
Twelfth Bank are ready to reopen
and pay. Taken over by outside in
terests. Albert Wuelzljoer, 6938 Kimbark
av., recovered voice after five years.
Started yelling with joy. Arrested.
Fred Schott, 4649 Sheridan road,
and Percival Bichell, 925 Lafayette
Park, rescued by Wilson -Beach life
saver. Canoe tipped over.
Alfred Nelson, 2862 W. Madison st,
charged with lunng Mrs. Christina
Burt, 3112 W. Madison st, into mock
marriage. Held to grand ury.
County Clerk Sweitzer blames
hasty weddings for increase in di
vorces. Ella Flagg Young warns teachers to
"be neutral in discussing war with
Dis't Att'y Wilkerson, who is about
to go in favor of Chas. P. Clyne, says
he's no wglad he's through with job.
Pope Benedict's election celebrated
by special services in Catholic
Jackson Park Bank, 1402 E. 63d st,
closed. Heavy investments in Adkan
sas rice blamed.
Policeman Fred Eckhart, Evanston,
attacked by Mrs. Lawrence Wilder's
dog. New pair of imnts.
Photograph attdentification bureau
identified the man shot by Policeman
George Carleton as John P. Smith,
447 N. Carpenter st
Patrolman Michael J. Sanders dis
Suit to restrain Louis Bastrup fronv
disposing of $3,500, alleged to have
been given to trust, filed by Cather
ine Merz and Elizabeth Sauer.
John L. Bolen, lawyer freed by
Judge Gemmill on con game charge.
John Schille, 2008 W. 22d st, com
plainant "Mike the Pike" Heitler, arrested
on charge of larceny by bailee, pre
ferred by Sidney Krengel, 8 N. State
st, failed to appear. $2,000 bond for
feited. Howard C. Robey, Bismark Hotel,
fined $100 and costs on charge of con
tributing to delinquency of Annie
Johnson, 15, 200 S. California av.
Work on four buildings ordered
stopped by building department upon
recommendation of Health Commis
Daniel W. Lux, 23 S. Central av.,
bookkeeper for A. A. Anderson Light
& Fixture Co., 176 N. LaSalle st, ar
rested on charge of .defrauding com
pany pt $275.
Mrs. Frank Williamson, 4059 E.
53d st, and Mrs. J. A. Williamson, 65
Webster av., struck by buggy. Both
injured. Driver, James Smelley, 516
W. Chicago av., arrested.
John Krueden, 10510 Av. C, S. Chi
cago, struck by motorcycle. Severely
bruised. Daniel Gaff, 10102 Commer
cial av., driver, arrested.
H. R. Kurrie, attorney, new presi
dent of Monon Road.
Lloyd H. Wilson, advertising man,
arrested on complaint of ex-wife.
Charged with remarrying within year
Mrs. Ferdinand Bruno Steindql,
wife of musician, filed separate main
Florence King, candidate for muni
cipal judge, wants court for girls. .
- Patrick Coyle, 4254 S. Western av.,
found dead in bed.
Mrs. Mabel Jackman, "Shepherdess
of Paradise," sued for $10,000 dam-