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NEWS OP THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Jack Lundgren, wanted in connec
tion with death of Jack Levandoski,
killed m fight with Lundgren at Tol
leston, Ind.t arrested today.
, Fjre, believed io have started in
Randolph Lunch ClulHdtchen, 27-29
W. Randolph, at, caused $15,000 dam
age; crossed wireB supposed cause.
John S. Middleton suicided above
his dry goods store at 3267 Armitage
av., this morning. Father of seven.
Lilacs blooming in Ook Park and
rose bushes budding in Jackson and
Washington Park is latest freak of
Roland Rojhewell, 1202 N. LaSalle
st, arrested on charge of embezzling
$800 from Omaha Packing Co.,
where he is cashier, said loan sharks
and alimony caused him to steal.
Dr. C. E. Crawford, inspector state
board of health, in Zion City to curb
smallpox epidemic. Voliva called
mass meeting and threatens to oust
physician from city.
Dairy show opens tonight at stock
yards. Red Cross fund now $62,952. Want
Mrs. Emily Loufeorouth, 1721 N.
Spaulding av., found dead in bed by
husband. Supposed to have taken
poison. Reason unknown.
Gov. Dunne spoke on "Good
Roads" yesterday before Ass'n of
Matthew Burger, 5001 N. Western
av., street cleaner, left home to go
fishing. Drowned in canal near Law
Chief Gleason may use high school
students as crossing cops on election
Nathan Spira, convicted "firebug,"
attended funeral of Lawyer J. T.
Brady in custody of sheriff yesterday.
Mrs. Charles Caldwell, 3904 In
diana av., wife of former policeman,
found dead from gas.
Mrs. Rosana Wilkinson, 77, killed
by Burlington train while crossing
tracks in Brookfield, HI., her home.
' Mrs. John H. French suing hus
band for divorce. Says he drinks
and is paid $400 month as account
ant Anna Sidor and Cerone Kurosk, domestics-employed
by Kaiserhof Hotel,
overcome by gas. Former died in
hospital. Thought accidental.
William J. Sloan, 733 N. LaSalle st.,
public speaker arrested at Clark st
and C, hicago av., granted continuance
by Judge Scott.
Public utilities commission to
meet Tuesday morning to consider
complaint of school board that ele
vated trains passing schools make too
Local transportation committee of
council to" hold public hearing
Wednesday regarding proposed third
street car line on State st. Property
Montague Ferry, commissioner of
public service, says that universal in
stallation of telephone meters and
rigid inspection of gas- and electric
meters would save public $2,000,000
Mrs. Arthur Knapp, wife of iron
worker, suing for divorce. Alleges he
returned home at 3 o'clock in morn
ing and woke up house.
Loop pigeons, who used to be fed
daily by Capt. Halpln, disappointed
yesterday. "Monthly pigeon subscrip
Mrs. Kate Welsh suing Hayes den
tal offices, Van Buren and Wabash
av., for $10,000. Alleges malpractice.
District Att'y Clyne-off to Wash
ington to confer with att'y general on
cases pending in this district
David S. Anderson, mgr. Western
Union's Board of Trade office for last
25 years and in company 52 years, to
resign. Pensioned. -
10,000 cards inscribed with "do
your Christmas shopping now" sent
to clubwomen by Consumers'
Robert Casey, fire alarm operator,
saved the life of Policeman Joseph