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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Board of Assessors starts to work
on assessing property for "boulevard
Henry DyPont suing Ignatz
Schwinn, pres. of Excelsior Motor &
Mfg. Co., for $25,00(Nfor damages
done to building at 220Q S. Union av.
Real cause of dissension in Hull
House Players Co. was entering of 4
new actors, according to report yes
terday. William Linn, 450 Roslyn pi., sales
man for Inland Electric Co., killed.
Auto turned turtle on Spring road,
James Bishop, administrator of es
tate of Florence Hillquist, killed in
explosion at Pain's Fireworks Co.'s
plant, suing company for $10,000.
R. G. Pole, 5820 m. Ohio, suing
Gatlin Institute for $155 which, paid
to be cured of liquor habit
Dr. S. R. Pietrowicz, 1152 N. Ash
land av., in an affidavit made public
yesterday, denied that he had taken
$5 for sending Joseph Kamysz to
Letters received from wholesale
drug firms yesterday asked the U. S.
court for an opportunity to purchase
300 pounds of opium which was
seized from Chinese on the South
Side several months ago.
Mrs. L. Erindrood, 73, 3926 Lake
Park av., found dead by son. Gas.
August Rainee, 70, 1310 Clybourn
av., found dead in bad. Gas. Cause
Katharine McMahon, 10, 442 W.
44th pi., died of burns in hospital.
Barney Riffman, sample case
thief, sentenced to 1 to 10 years in
George Wilson, negro, pinched near
Hotel Windemere with suitcase con
taining jewelry and clothing worth
$200. Believed to be "fire escape
Seniors at Chicago "U" in mus
tache 'race. Tonics in demand.
Five Chicago railroads will lose ap
proximately $20,000 "a day as long as
the stockyards are under quarantine.
They are the C. & N. W., I. C, M. &
S. P., R. I. and Burlington.
Mrs. Gilbert Tutt, 4540 Sheridan
road ,told her husband to go to work
or get out Chose latter. Divorced.
Ben Bernstein, formerly saloon
keeper, 222 W. South Water, held at
detective bureau, charged with arson
in connection with fire on premises
Joseph Bumba, postal clerk, who
confessed to stealing $125 from
mails, released under bond by judge.
Former record good.
Richard Hale, suing for divorce,
testified: "She told me that I was
not demonstrative enough and that
she had to look elsewhere."
William Frye, saloonkeeper, 173
N. Clark, arrested on charge of steal
ing $1,200 while acting as money or
der clerk for Wells-Fargo Express Co.
E. L. Lynch, Commercial Hotel,
held to grand jury lor murder of
Charles Sellers, in hotel.
Mrs. Carrie Groebe filed petition
for writ of mandamus in court
against trustees of police pension
fund for falling to pay her $1,750
due as widow 6f former cop.
Capt. William Dillon, fire squad
rQj 1, badly bruised stopping run
away team of A. T. Willett Team
Two red-haired men being sought
as members of quartet of bandits
who shot and robbed Samuel Dick
last Wednesday and got $2,000.
Joseph Milkeilitz, 1819 Fremont st,
gave $14 to stranger to get job. Wait
ed on 14th floor of Masonic temple 2
hours before reporting loss to police.
Mrs. Jenny Todd, 2019 Ogden- av.,
discharged after 2 policewomen tes
tified that she had told their fortunes
for 50 cents.
Mayor Harrison yesterday invited
mayors of other cities in U. S. and
Canada to visit Chicago for fifth
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