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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
"Homeless men" dep't of United
Charities turned over to municipal
lodging house, under control of
Lake Carriers' "Ass'n club to open
up rooms for sailors at 73 W. Van
Nelson Lamport, vice-pres. Fort
Dearborn Nat'l bank, appointed mem
ber of Lincoln Park board by Gov.
Patrick Kearns arrested after firing
shbt at Dr. John Binkley during argu
ment. Had shared offices together
and when Binkley moved Kearns
missed some tools. No one hurt.
Dr. Meyer Gerhard tells women
sewing bandages for Red Cross in
Germania club how friendly relations
have been established between Ger
many and TJ. S.
Pullman shops erceive $1,500,000
order for new cars from Northern Pa
cific railroad company.
Beggars in riot at Isaac Robinsky's
saloon, 1335 Jefferson. One man
blamed for encroaching on territory
Rev. William Evans has offered his
resignation as member of Moody
Bible institute. Will start on lecture
tour next spring.
Dr. John Harris, 1736 Prairie av.,
slugged by several men. Said he
woke up in New Orleans. Captain
O'Brien investigating. Lost $500.
200,000 Red Cross seals have been
sold by Boy Scouts in last week.
Money for war use.
John Mcintosh was freed by judge
yesterday when he said he was the
best butcher on 63d st. Promised to
quit drinking and get married.
Mrs. Leonora Meder wants skating
rink In every small park this winter.
Wells Burnett, advertising solicitor,
eloped and was married to Agnes
Bins, manicurist, in Crown Point.
Inquest over body of Charles Fus
sell, clerk, found dead under "L"
structure at 43d St., continued. Po
lice still investigating.
Father William Finn, noted Cath
olic musician, resigned from famous
Paulist boys' choir because people
would not support it Will go to N. Y.
Edward Collins is his successor.
Nurses employed by corporations
organize to sell Red Cross stamps.
English purchasers of horses again
looking over stock in stockyards.. To
Unidentified man found dead in
rooming house at 151 W. 21st St. Shot
Mayor denies statement of Samuel
Thrasher, head of Committee of Fif
teen, who in circular letter quoted
mayor as saying more commercial
ized vice in outlying- districts since
segregated district has closed.
Thrasher blames printer.
South Park commissioners say it
will cost $250,000 more to build beach
at 63d St., site recommended by coun
cil, than at 57th st, which they want.
Susan Johnson, 22, 4450 Kasson
av., strangled to death yesterday in
County hospital awaiting operation
for removal of chicken bone, which
lodged in throat Sunday.
Edward Wagstaff celebrated 25th
anniversary of his job as carriage
man of Auditorium theater.
C. Cooke Adams, formerly officer in
Royal Australian navy, to speak be
fore the Northwest Side Commercial
Ass'n on "Why Great Britain Is At
War." Luncheon to be had in Ger
sten's restaurant, Division and Ash
land av., next Thursday.
Franklin 5360 is to be new physi
cian exchange. Physicians to be lo
cated in emergency cases. Plan tried
and found successful in San Fran
cisco. 12,000 lives could be saved in Chi
cago in next 5 years if health of peo
ple had more efficient handling, said
Or. Winslow, member of N. Y. state
board of health, in talk before Chi
cago "D" last night.
Olaf Carlson, 1240 Wells st., found
$1,500 pearl in oyster cocktaiL Sa- .
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