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NEWS OF THE DAY .CONCERNING CHICAGO
Chief Justice Olson issued orders
resticting cases of country judges to
ones with judgments not exceeding
Will of. Zero" Marx, who died in
Dec, 1913, attacked by son, Zero
Marx. Father not of sound mind,
Fire from defective flue destroyed
home of W. H. Blackman, Highlands,
111. Hose broke, crippling engines.
Spepial grand jury reopened Lo ri
mer bank crash investigation Friday.
Baby 5 weeks old left in saloon of
Harry Wiles, 1800 W$ Madison. Po
lice seeking parents.
Fred Hart, pinched in St. Louis for
fraud. Bad checks. Will be returned
Jacob Rounds, 3521 Congress,
pinched for leaving wife. Ordered to
pay her $10 a week.
Jos. Austin, Kolze, III., brakeman,
held to grand jury for shooting of
Fred Fetchark, 3114 Filmore.
John Forestaria, 825 Milton av.,
fined $100 and costs. Carrying gun.
Four men caught while attempting
holdup of saloon of Daniel Cunniff,
501 S. Kedzle av. Henry Grady, cop
at Warren av., made pinch.
Free women's employment bureau
will be opened in Stevens Bldg. Mon
day morning. Work of the Chicago
Rosie Chapin, 3824 W. 12th,
dragged by auto when dress caught
in chain. Driver, John Wilson, 506
S. Seeley av., not held.
Vincent St John, sec'y I. W. W.,
will speak at Workmen's Hall, 1015
W 12th st on the European war,
Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock. Bill
Hoywood will preside.
Thanksgiving celebration will be
held at Stanford Park, Nov. 27 and 28.
W. L. Chenery, newspaper man,
who spent much time investigating
labor struggles, will speak on the
Colorado situation at Grace Church
(Episcopal) forum, 15th and Wabash,
Funeral of Dr. Ael Custafson will
be held tomorrow afternoon from
Boydston's undertaking rooms, 42d
and Cottage Grove. Many social
workers will attend.
Harvey's Socialist open forum to
morrow morning at 10:30 at Enter
tainer's hall, 35th and Indiana. Gen
Wm. Finfrock, 3237 W. 51st, hit by
State st. par in front of 214. Dead.
Lion in Santa Fe yards near Dear
born' st. depot caused excitement
Left by Hagenback circus on way to
John W. Duntly sued for $100,000
by Archie Maconochie, London, Eng.
Alleged bill unpaid.
Ben Bernstein, saloonkeeper,
pinched as firebug after blaze at 222
S. Water st. Released. Insufficient
During first six months of year
"L" trains carried 83,500,000 persons
Jos. Donlin, captain engine com
pany No. 52, fined two days' pay.
Failed to respond to call.
Wm. A. Thompson, booking agent,
pinched for operating employment
agency without license.
I. B. Silverman, saloonkeeper, 13501
Brandon av., pinched. Mrs. Noni
Kaub, 2 E. 113th, said hubby spent
$30 in saloon. Released on payment
John Watson, 7716 Lake Park av.,
retired real estate man, pinched on
larceny charge. Horatio Carter says
he kept $1,900 in rents.
Charles Shaw, 9002 Green Bay av.,
dead. Heart disease, j
Anthony Mugaris, 12328 Calumet
av., dead. Lost footing trying to board
I. C. train.
Lyla Hotz, reported loss of $400 gold
mesh bag after leaving theater.
Robert Sterling, saloonkeeper at
3058 W. Harrison, and two custom
ers locked in ice box. Lost $7.
John Liszosti had head hurt and
lost three fingers in fight between 15
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