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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
50 street cleaners will march in
their uniforms at the funeral of Ven
tura Tortorello, 1243 W. Ohio st,
street cleaner, who was struck and
killed by auto.
Northwest STde-purse snatchers got
handbags of Miss Josie Lobowski,
2013 Greenwich st, containing $11,
and that of Mrs. E. Tobey, 522 N.
Elizabeth st, containing $6.
William Engel, 1940 Mohawk St.,
held up by two men. Punched one
Ernest Oechslin, 188 W. Madison
st, florist, injured with chauffeur
when auto was struck by street car.
Mrs. Abbie Borpals, old resident of
Maywood, dropped dead from heart
Three .story frame building 365
North blvd., Oak Park, destroyed by
fire. Unoccupied. Condemned month
Morgan Park allotted 5 more po
licemen in response to merchants' ap
peals to Chief Gleason for more and
When health officials arrived in
Zion City, Voliva failed to meet them
with the "wrath of God and a storm
of lead" as he promised.
Anthony and Michael Lagattuto,
brothers, street cleaners, occupy
same flat with families at 439 W. Oak
st. Fought over expenses. Pinched.
Joseph Sullivan, representing self
as manager of show troupe of beauti
ul girls, advertised for ticket seller.
3 vouths responded and gave $75
cash bond. Sullivan disappeared
with bonds. Jail.
City council finance committee
approved $1,500 appropriation to test
fenders for auto trucks.
Mrs. Paul Yates, Maywood, will
carry -on fight to retain custody of
a 4-months'-old baby she recently
adopted. Mother of child recently
married its father and wants it back.
American Magnesia Products Co.
BIdg., 602 W. Austin av , badly dam
tged by fire. Loss $5,000.
Police asked to search for Thomas
O'Malley and Arthur Furchtsan, both
3 years old, living at 6819 Loomis st.
Leo Penker, Springfield, III., tried
to kill self with gun in Grant Park.
Christopher Panagrotis, s peddler,
861 Sedgwick st, fined $20 for brib
15 mep arrested in raid on 7 W.
22d st Alleged to have been gam
bling with dice.
Auto containing 6 persons over
turned at 22d and Loomis sts. Nobody
hurt Occupants abandoned car.
William Smithwick, 3112 W. 22d
st, cited for contempt when he pre
sented card signed with Judge Scul
ly's name asking leniency in case of
Arnold Westgate, arrested for" carry
ing gun. to Judge Uhlir. Name forged.
Alfred Stedman, 12, 11580 S. State
st, lost both legs trying to flip freight
Police pinched punchboard raffle in
Abe Marco's cigar store, 1061 S. 43d.
Water Wiovlick, 3710 Houston av.,
sentenced to 6 months in Bridewell
for non-support $12 raised for fam
ily in courtroom.
"Elizabeth Doe," maid in family of
M. B. Joseph, 3968 Lake Park av., be
came intoxicated after serving sup
Farewell dinner of Calumet Club,
Michigan av. and 20th st, to be held
Tuesday night. Club for socially
elect Unable to get new members.
Milton Thomas, 385 E. 51st st.,
stock broker, arrested on warrant for
passing bad check.
Mrs. Anna McLean, 512 Belmont
av., returning home from visit, drop
ped dead from heart disease;
Pres. Judson principal speaker at
annual faculty dinner of "U" of Chi
cago Monday night in Hutchinson.
Mrs. Emma Baur, 3212 Parnell av.,
obtained warrants for husband for
wife abandonment He came home
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