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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Elizabeth. Matzka, 60, struck
by street car. Seriously injured.
John O'Connell, 15, 7142 S. Mor
gan st., beaten up twice by two rob
bers whom he had pointed out to po
lice. Still unconscious from beating
Two men robbed butcher shop of
Sam Vltkovitz, 309 W. 13th st Vit
kovitz resisted. Hit with lead pipe.
Harry Martin arrested Sept. 28 as
pickpocket Obtained 4 continuances.
Wanted another. Case assigned by
judge to jury court
Record of Karthouser's Crove, sa
loon, 6656 Ridge blvd., which ran 80
years without trouble, broken when
Karthouser was fined $25 "for selling
liquor to 18-year-old boy.
Mrs. Ruth Larson See, 309 N.
Clark st., arrested on charge of big
amy by her two husbands.
Fund for support of widow of De
tective Sergeant Frank Dealy, 847 N.
Lawndale av., now totals $103.
Dr. Leo Cummings, 4715 Washing
ton blvd., Roger Sullivan's son-in-law,
struck in eye with splinter. Oper
Mrs. Nona Barnes, 1429 W. Madi
son st, objected to man beating car
pets in her back yard. Was stabbed.
Police looking for man.
Chicago Alumni "U" of Iowa, to
hold reunion and dinner at Hotel
Government suit to dissolve
Quaker Oats "trust" postponed to
Nov. 1. Defendant's counsel in New
Judge Windes- entered order allow
ing W. C. Niblack, receiver for La
Salle St. Bank, to deliver more rec
ords to state's attorney.
Mrs. Anna Neubert, 3341 Herndon
st, waited for 2 years for son before
asking police to search for him. Dis
appeared Aug. 12, 1912.
Joseph Fuks, wanted by police for
murder of Walter Kriarek, 1618 W.
43d st, arrested in Scranton, Pa.
Mrs. Josephine Lawrence, sup't of
County Court social service dep't,
reports that last year relief was pro
vided for 5,000 families.
Testimony to be heard by grand
jury today on murder of James Bar
ry, victim of "gunny-sack" murder.
Trying to indict Clarence White and
John P. Agnew, contractor, must
pay city $122,361 and interest of 5
per cent for four years for failing to
complete Lawrence av. intake tun
nel, rules Supreme Court
C C. Konetzka, 65, 3449 Indiana
avv found dead in gas-filled room at
Aldine Hotel, 3734 Cottage Grove
av- Believed suicide. No work.
Heap of clothing found on 51st st
beach believed to have been left by
suicide. Police probing.
Harry Pratt Judson, pres. Chicago
"U," to be given noisy welcome by
students when he returns from 6
months' trip in Orient.
Mass meeting held at Odd Fellows'
Hall, Halsted and 87th sts., to urge
city to make small park out of land
owned on 87th sc between Rock
Island and Western Ind. R. R. tracks.
Mrs. Josephine Pasko, 20, gave
birth to baby girl weighing Zy2
pounds in ambulance on way to
County Hospital. Placed in incu
bator. S. S. Davis, Evanston, reported to
police that burglars got -2 diamond
rings worth $300 from homeT
The Weeping Willow- Ass'n will
hold a prize tango and -ball at the
Coliseum Annex, Saturday eve., Oct
17. Dance craze exhibitions will be
Michael Sheehan, mail carrier for
12 years, arrested on charge of
rifling mail. Held on $1,000 bond.
Mayor and party of city officials
inspected stone along drainage canal.
Must be cleaned and crushed before
itycan be used for Recreation Pier,
John Slathers sent to jail for year
and Ralph Flanagan placed on pre-