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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Theodore Swanson, 5618 Shields
av., butter and egg peddler, caught
mixing his butter yesterday by police.
Orrin Aborn, former Dowieite who
was compelled to move to Elgin asy
lum, found dead in cornfield near
Lombard. Escaped Sept. 26.
Socialists will meet as follows to
night: 28th ward, Langland school,
Cortland and Oakley av.; 28th ward,
Albany Hall, Albany and Armitage
avs.; 15th ward, Old Style Inn., Cal
ifornia av. and Division St., and Chi
cago Heights, 111.
The Esther Falkenstein Settlement
Woman's Club meets at 1917 N.
Richmond st., Thursday, Oct. 22, at
2 p. m.
David Houston, sec'y of agricul
ture, deputized by Pres. Wilson to
represent government in Nat'l Dairy
Show, to open Thursday at Stock
Judge Harry Fisher assisted from
street car by conductor's foot. Swore
out warrant for Edward Colefield.
Smallpox epidemic "is spreading
throughout small towns near Ham
H. P. Judson, pres. of Chicago "U,"
says Japan has most friendly feeling
towards U. S. Found terrific death
rate in China.
Stewart Smith, 7, Oak Park, skull
crushed while trying to flip wagon.
Body of man found in ' drainage
canal at W. 28th st. Jewish, 35, and
Cudahy Packing Co. being sued
for $50,000 by Edward Doss, who
claims to have contracted blood poi
soning while working for company.
Champlain Building at State and
Madison s.ts. to be replaced by $1,
500,000 structure by Boston Store
Miss Mary Mason, teacher, suing
American Bond and Mortgage Co. for
$2,000, which she says she paid to
them for irrigation securities.
Englewood police arrest 7 men and
2 women owners of candy stores with
slot machines. Latter confiscated,
George Baron, 3652 S. Marshfield
av., electricuted in city garbage
plant at W. 39th and Iron sts. Car
rying extension light wire and touch
Charles Lowe, 75, 1014 W. 18th st.,
killed by wagon driven by Louis
Perkowsky, 1910 W. 48th st.
48 keepers of alleged dives in So.
Chicago all took jury trials when up
. OscarBushman, 2458 Prairie av.,
prrested for passing bogus check.
Says he needed money to go to col
lege. Harry L. Fort, 5, 6606 S. Michigan
av., disappeared with chicken and
toy bank. Police searching.
Mrs. Minnie Summers, 2927 78th
pi., found dead in home. Gas. Cause
Li Fook, Chinaman, convicted of
making opium for smoking purposes.
Paces $-10,000 or 10 years or both.
Vim. F. Weber, 6215 S. Michigan
av., suicided In home. Gas. No
Mrs. John Duggan, 7027 S. Union
St., badly bruised when auto was
struck by auto truck.
Staze Kozlowski, 15, 2040 Lubeck
St., disappeared from home. Police
Unidentfied man killed by Burling
ton passenger train while walking on
Home of Fire Attorney Frank Ho
gan, 300 S. Leavitt st, robbed of oil
painting worth $500.
Policeman John Lally, 4442 Kil
bourne av., injured stepping from
Northwestern train at Irving Park
Miss Susan Kasper, 18, maid, kill
ed by Wells st. car at Superior st. last
John Oetzell asked Judge Brentaho
to sign name to his application for