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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
"Roughneck Day" eliminated from
calendar of Lyon's high school in La
Grange. 40 suspended last year. Soc
cer football game and pie-eating con
tests this afternoon.
H. H. Harvey, fish peddler, 5429
Roberts av.( arrested. No license.
Robert Kellogg, Springfield, Mass.,
matched pennies with John Buchan
an and Fred Thomas on lake front.
Won $500 and started to run. All
Mrs. Anton Miscihas, 1916 W. 224
st, defended her husband with a re
volver yesterday when 4 cops, 2
"dicks" and a railroad policeman at
tempted to arrest him on freight
siealing charge. Both. arrested.
"Scientific window washing and
scrubbing" taught in new janitors'
school which opened up last night at
Y. M. C. A.
B. M. Shaffner, lawyer, took 53
suits of clothing as $300 payment on
$500 fee in bankruptcy case. Or
dered by Judge Landis to reimburse
price of suits to creditors. $300 fixed
as reasonable price.
Mrs. Z. C. Dunn dropped the di
vorce case against her husband
charging cruelty. Reconciliation ef
Ben Centrachio, formerly saloon
keeper, 10069 Hoxie av., fined 1 cent
with no costs by judge for assault on
revenue agent year ago.
Clara Church and Patience Glenn
escaped from Dunning last night
Police asked to look for them.
Ernest Gatewood, negro watch
man of DeLuxe Theater, when ques
tioned by police yesterday said that
Mrs. Eva Steinhaus, 4857 Kenwood
av., had given him jewels to keep.
Denied he had robbed her or resisted
Walter Trebick. motorman, 1105
Wellington av., had good time in sa
loon. Friends pinned old star on coat
and gave him revolver. Fired it on
wav home. Probationed 6 months by
Socialist meetings tonight: 8th
ward, Gillestal school; 8th ward, Odd
fellows hall, 79th and S. Shore av.;
8th ward, Thorp school; 15th ward,
Schley school; 23d ward, Lincoln
Turner hall, Diversey and Sheffield
av.; 26th ward, Coonley school; 31st -p.
ward, Copernicus school; Lyons, 111., J
Village Hall; Brookfield, 111., Village
Hall, and LaGrange, 111., K. of P. Hall.
"Prof." Raphael De Leica, 1232
Larrabee st, fined $50 on complaint
of wife. No money.
E. Johnson, grocer, 1303 W. Huron
st., held up by three men. $2.
Marie Muldring, 19, arrested Tues
day after she had borrowed friend's
dress to look good at party, sent to
House of Good Shepherd 30 days
when identified by a second victim.
Abe Friedman, 1510 Edgemont av.,
arrested on warrant charging "con
game" sworn out by Daniel line,
1409 N. Hoyne av. Says Friedman
bought $360 worth of goods with bad
Mrs. Fred Ruling. 4625 Kenmore
av., reported to police that Mrs. Mabe
Strubenrauch, her domestic, had dis
appeared. Also has $400 worth of
jewelry and clothing.
Louis Sieburtz, 920 S. Ashland av.,
found dead. Gas. Police probing.
Frank Ruseck, painter, 1711 S.
Laflin st, badly burned. Can of gaso
Joseph Motelovitz, 508 W. 45th st.,
robbed of $70 watch and $16 in cash
by 3 men in alley near Blue Island
av. and Taylor st. last night
Mrs. Annie Hunc, 76, found as
phyxiated in rooms at 2128 Hastings
st. Wind blew out gas. (p
Samuel Ketcham, indicted by
grand jury as accessory in murder of
Joseph Barry, fined in Desplaines st
court for carrying gun.
65 unemployed men on coroner's
Miss Nellie Viola Richards, form
erly of 4151 Lake Park av.. suing
Henry Welz Fry, wealthy resident of