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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
S. F. Robert, bridgetender, dis
charged by civil service commission
for hiring man to take place on job
while he took care of his saloon.
Postmaster Campbell considering
establishing parcels post station for
handling of farm produce at muni
Rev. C. E. Paulus, Troy, O., will
be installed as rector of Immanuel
English Evangelical Lutheran church
at 43d sLnd Champlain av. tonight.
John McCinnis came over from
Ireland 10 years ago and boarded
with Mrs. Margaret Hassett, 4324
Lexington st. Yesterday he married
her daughter Margaret, 20.
Public utilities commission will
take up subject of switching regula
tions and charges for entire state
Five boys from 12 to 15 years ar
rested. They confessed to having
robbed many Engelwood stores re
cently. Chauncey Downey, son of Peter
Downey, member of school board,
has been ordered by social service de
partment of county court to support
his two children.
Well-dressed man found uncon
scious on Michigan av. sidewalk near
25th st. hospital. Police believe he
Paul W. Rothenberg's recent elec
tion to membership on Republican
state central committee, from fifth
congressional district will not shield
him from prosecution on charges
growing from election fraud, cases.
County convention of Illinois Wo
men's Republican League was held
at Republican headquarters.
A. A. McCormick, candidate for re
election as president of -county board,
claims several political favorites who
looked for free medical treatment
were ousted from County Hospital.
Dozen hurt when Wilson express
jumped tracks and hit 51st st. sta
tion. Coach burned. Panic in Over
The 20th Ward Branch of the So
cialist Party will meet at the home
of Mrs. Dubin, 1135 S. Halsted St.,
Thursday, Oct. 8, 8 p. m. The 19th
ward branch will meet at Zion Hall,
Ashland av., Wednesday, Oct. 7, 8
Mayor Harrison feeling better. Has
cold in lungs.
Report Regan Printing Co. official
minus in accounts. Firm admits trou
ble over cash.
Investigate report of attempt to
"tamper" with Higgs jury. Att'y Erb
stein threatens suit.
Four clubwomen and reporter to
judge whether picture of Greek danc
ers in window of T. Toloff, Evanston
photographer, is art or indecency.
Mrs. Charles Straw said husband
imposed last straw when he imprison
ed her for 3 days. Suing for divorce.
First session of Juvenile Court
opened yesterday. Room was full of
Edward Kozera, 2, 2109 Randolph
St., fell into tub of hot water. Dead.
Mrs. Fred Eisels suing husband for
divorce. Says he struck her on head
with toy wagon.
Coroner's jury found death of Paul
Hengensch, 6418 Greenview av., ac
cidental. Found dead in room with
Jeanette Calowich, 4, 3328 W. 38th
pi., burned playing near bonfire. Se
rious. Thomas Calylahan, alleged forger,
wanted in-Dayton, 0., arrested here.
Frank Frank, 1862 Blue Island av.,
lost horse and wagon when bascule
bridge opened suddenly. Sued. Got
Com'r Public Service Ferry work
ing on unification ordinance. Favors
merging street and elevated lines if
"valuations are not too exorbitant"
Anna Smalo, 3, 710 Milwaukee av.,
fell from window. Dead.
Richard F. Turnell, former cashier
North av. station of Chicago &
Northwestern road, who confessed