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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Northwestern "U" alumni to ask
faculty that Winifred Gallagher, 20-hour-day
phone girl, be restored job
at better hours. Has been unable to
find work. "- -
Harry Walton, bartender, separ
ated from wife living at 2957 E. 80th
pi., preferred death to giving alimony.
Shot self last night.
Expensive hat purloined from mil
linery store of Mabel Belle, 854 Cen
ter, by 2 men.
Theodore Kracke, pres. of Laun
dry Drivers' Union No. 74, disap
peared from home, 1528 School, Nov.
2. Police probing.
Frederic Slaughter, colored, 454 E.
37th, held up by 2 men and robbed
Charles Mattison, cigar maker,
4165 S. Halsted, nearly wrecked
Lamb's Cafe chasing check boy in
quarrel over 10-cent check. Fired
revolver. Patrons in Panic.
Rev. James Walker, pastor of the
First United Presbyterian Church,
preached to crowded church yester
day with bandage over eyes. Had
been in darkroom seven weeks. May
3,000 people watched laying of cor
nerstone of new clubhouse of Leo
xm. Council of Knights of Colum
bus, Garfield blvd. and Halsted, yes
terday. Members of St. James Episcopal
Church celebrated 80th anniversary
of building of church, 30th of found
ing of choir and 20th year of Rev.
J. A .Stone's rectorship.
Mrs. Effie Barbour, 221 E. 60th,
suicided with gun. Asked husband
and son to go to nickel show. Found
her on floor on return. Ill health.
Joseph Keller, clothing dealer,
Champaign, who disappeared hold
ing $2,500 stakes in recent football
game, sought in Chicago.
$3,000 fire, starting in basement of
H. H. Potter, grocery and meat mar
ket, 4547 Kimbark av., roujted 6 fam
ilies from home last night.
Two large pythons, inmates pf
Lincoln Park Zoo, given bath and
massage yesterday. Couldn't loosen
skins in small cage.
Unidentified woman, 40, found in
lake at foot of Superior. Under gar
ments bear initials "H. G."
Custav Bachman. 3948 Indiana av.r
and Edward Jacobs, 1939 Potomac
av., complained to U- S. consul in
Winnipeg that they had been induced
to come there on promise of job and
an attempt had been made to force
them into English army. Story
Archbishop James Blenk, New Or
leans, seriously ill at St. Joseph's
Hospital. Complication of diseases.
Miss Nona Deutsch, 6529 S. Car
penter, heroine of fire in Decorators'
Supply Co., has received many mushy
John Thomas, bricklayer, 7217 Cles
av., killed and 5 other men badly
hurt when auto, returning from fu
neral, struck street car at 75th and
Detective Charles Anderson, Max
well station, shotvJohn Walsh, in
spector board of local improvements,,
in fight on Halsted car. Walsh and
companions attacked Anderson.
Walsh flashed star to get seat. Con
E. W. Ensweiler, 5341 S. Morgan,
robbed of 4, watch and overcoat by
shivering man at Michigan av. and
Saloon of John McCarthy, 2658
W. Van Buren, robbed by 4 armed
James DeMip, gypsy, 2722 S. La
Salle, heard peculiar noise in base
ment Investigated. Found and at
tacked negro burglar. Shot in shoul
der. Intruder escaped.
Lester JVIichaelson, 14, 1635 N.
Central Park av., messenger, robbed
of $113 in money and checks on way
mi, otella Turner, 1377 E 63d,
divorcee, arrested 'in police raid on