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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Unidentified man about 55, found
dead on street in front of 4948 Sheri
dan rd. Believed murder or auto ac
cident. Women and children fled fire at
Bradford Tailoring Co. shop, 6238 S.
$4,000 fire at .Bonnet & Slauf wood
turning factory, 1521 Edgemont st.
Chas. Ashleigh, the hobo poet, lec
turer and author, will address the un
employed at their headquarters, Mon
roe Hall, 922 W. Monroe St., Sunday,
3 p. m.
James McGregor, 99, fell from 2d
story window of his daughter's home
in Evanston, yesterday. May die.
Fire started in basement of Cosy
Theater, 38 S. Clark, from overheat
ed furnace. Slight damage.
Arnold Schilling, Cleveland con
tractor, came here to work week ago.
Disappeared. Wife searching.
Mrs. Anna L. Sears, suing Progres
sive Club, 19 W. Jackson blvd., for
$1,100 back rent.
Maria Kisich suing Josip R utter for
$2,000 for failure to marry her.
Flat of Mrs. Sterling Morton, niece
of Mayor Harrison, 1411 N. State,
robbed of $2,300 in jewelry.
Vigilance committee formed in
Edgewater for protection against
New federal reserve bills, from $5
to $100 denomination, appearing in
Elisha Field, vice-pres. of C. & W. I.
R. R., called unfair by John Fetzer in
hearing to set aside $525,000 judg
ment against him. Said Field ruled
in favor of company when he was ar
bitrator. Committee appointed by Gov.
Dunne meeting to consider changing
age limit in Pontiac reformatory.
Present age limit is from 10 to 21
Mrs. Mary Howe, washwoman, 2718
S. Wabash av., appealed to police to
help find nurse who disappeared with
baby while taking care of it
Judge Sabath ordered ton of coaf
sent to homes of two women ar
rested by railroad for picking up coal
Maud Swindell, striking waitress,
married Harry Bemls, wealthy farm
er of Warrensburg, 111., yesterday.
Police of Rawson station yesterday
collected fund of $18 to give to Mrs. Q
Mary Rahn, 1830 N. Lincoln, desti
tute widow, whose two sons have
been recently sent to jail for robbery.
S. Kroel, track laborer, 912 N. Car
penter, struck by Northwestern "L"
in Evanston. May die.
George Reker, ass't corporation
counsel, turned $132,120 to village of
Oak Park. Oak Park to build mu
nicipal lighting plant.
Judge Pam in speech before Neigh
borhood Civic Club at Lutheren
ChaDel. Oak Park, said "Public
schools should be people's club
houses." "Frats" to ask school board to al
low their continuance by allowing
teachers to become honorary mem
bers. Two fires started at same time
within block of each other last night.
Auto Wood Turning Co., 619 W.
Adams, damaged $4,000. United
Autographic Reister Co., 556 W.
Jackson, damaged $15,000. Will be
Saloon of Isaac Weistein, Frank
and Blue Island av., robbed; $25.
John Lind, former Mexican envoy,
in talk to Industrial Club said land
owners retard Mexico's progress.
Lars Lake, 1100 W. 14th pi.,
robbed of $180.
Five men in auto robbed four
South Side stores. Loot totaled $200.
John Rawle, 71, 5031 Harper av.,
struck by auto truck Nov. 5, died
last night. 'Chauffeur sought.
Restaurant of Fred Miller, 7450
Vincennes av., held up by rob
Thomas Vaugnn, engineer at
Holmes School, before Board of Edu-