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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Case of Miss Anna Scott, 809 W.
Lake, con.tinued yesterday to allow
her to get rid of two dead cats and
parrot which ahe kept on her prem
ises besides 20 other dogs and 11
Mabel Cahrebois arrested at 12th
and Albany av. yesterday on com
plaint of Mrs. Lynn Lyle, bookkeeper,
who accused her of being husband's
55 days before Christmas and post
office already preparing for rush.
Emma Voss, Mokena, III., is cham
pion woman milker of the world.
Won title last night at dairy show.
Drew nearly 6 pounds of milk in a
Policeman Albert Jones, new mem
ber of force arrested suspicious
character. Turned out to be James
O'Rourke. Alleged to have burgled
over 40 residences in Oak Park re
cently. Jacob Schroeder, 59, laborer C. &
N. W. shops. Suicide.,, Gas. Low
Elmer Gaughan, 15 months, badly
scalded in home, 163 N. Carpenter.
Pell in bucket hot water.
Fire did $800 damage to home of
R. J. Sherman, 1341 Glen Lake av.
Lysander Hill, former patent law
$85,000 septic pavilion built ad
joining Lying-in Hospital and Dis
pensary by Mothers' Aid Club opened
After weeks of searching Angelina
Macaluso, 14-year-old girl, applied
to U. S. Commissioner Mark Poote
for work. Father sick and mother
taking care of babies. Foote hunt
ing job for girl.
Victims of W. A. Kaphen, on whom
he passed worthless checks for va
rious amounts, asked that he be giv
en change to make good yesterday.
Six months' probation.
West Park board allowed Chicago
& Illinois Western R. R. to build a
viaduct over Marshall blvd.
Cy de Vry puzzled. Four years ago
he planted 4,000 black bass in Lin
coln Park ponds. Today there should
be 20,000 but there are none.
Miss Louisa La Salle, who tried
suicide 3 months ago because of love
affair, again tried to suicide by poi
son last night in her home at 3130
Clifton av. Failed.
Will of James Murdock of Mur
dock & Reid settled in probate.
Nearly four million left to relatives
Shots fired at three men sprprised
in attempt to steal auto of James
Snider, 1714 W. 63d, last night '
Abraham Goldman, 2009 W. Polk,
killed under wheels of own wagon
when horse became frightened.
Mrs. E. Zorris, 2937 Berwyn av.,
sentenced to serve 5 days in jail for
receiving stolen hat.
Leroy Swan, 8, 6827 S. Union av.,
cut and bruised. Struck by auto
truck. Driver failed to stop.
Diamond engagement ring of Mrs,
M. A. Pokorney, wife of druggist, 700
N. Ashland av., returned by mail. Po
lice worked on case. '
Thomas Taylor, ambitious to be
come detective for Northwestern
R. R., knocked down and beat wom
en picking up potatoes. Fined $25.
William Lewis, 3228 W. Adams,
and 3 other men taken into custody
for playing ponies.
Creditors, suspicious of recent'
disappearance of Antonio Alghini,
grocer, filed suit of involuntary bank
ruptcy. Mrs. Annie Alghini, wife,
produced black hand letters to show
why husband had fled.'
George Harris being held in St.
Louis on old "con game" charge and
forfeiture of $10,000 bond.
Several hundred school boys living
in Rich and Bremen townships, get- '
ting ready to exhibit-farm products
in county fair to be held at Tinley
Although William Gentry told
Sullivan that to support hi$. wife