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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Over 100 lawyers joined in tribute
to Col. David Quigg, 5037 Dorchester
av., on has sOth birthday. Practiced
law 49 years.
Well-dressed woman fell into amis
of Mrs. Daniel Gerst, 3222 Franklin
av., when she answered door bell.
Refused to give name. Sent to
Trick horse worth $700 stolen
from alley at 31st and State. Homer
Wilson, actor, sought
Joseph Zalock, 43, hit by Halsted
st car, died on way to hospital.
Police with report of man shot and
killed at corner Oak and Milton
found no victim.
Nicholas Kayser, chauffeur, held
up in front of detective bureau. Two
men took watch, clock from auto and
$20 robe. Chased Kayser into bu
reau. Restaurant of James Hurley, 643
S. Clark, few" doors from police sta
tion held up. $8.50 from Hurley.
New pictures for municipal art col
lection cost city $2,500.
Oscar Olson and Oscar Nelson cap
tured in house of Fred Clark, 6708
Greenview av. Gertrude Bennett, 12,
neighbor, saw men enter in absence
of Clarks and notified police.
Dr. J. C. Hendricks, 90, 3708 Lake
Park av., retired physician, smoked
in bed. Probably fatally burned.
"Politics is as sacred as religion."
Graham Taylor before Chicago
Ass'n of Advertising, 123 W. Madi
son. Threaten suit against County
Treasurer O'Corihell for retention of
2 per cent inheritance tax collection.
Municipal Court Bailiffs' Ass'n. do
nated $50 toward fund held by Judge
Uhlir in court of domestic relations.
For Christmas aid.
Emil Emsheimer, hat maker, found
dead in offices at 21 E. Lake, left $5,
854 in property.
Sidney C. Eastman and Frank L.
Wean -reappointed referees in bank
ruptcy by 'Federal Judge Carpenter.
Six physicians placed on jury to
try insanity cases by County Judge
Four boys held for stabbing of
Kalph Riley in barn of John Bur
dens, 4253 Madison, as he tried to
prevent theft. Ralph paralyzed.
Albert Zappendora, 4801 S. Loo
mis, arrested on second day of mar
ried life for larceny by bailee. Chas.
BaBtak, 457 W. 28th, complained.
Three infected men in Chicago
av. pumping station have spread ty
phoid fever over north side.
Peter Hansen, arraigned in boys'
court for department store theft,
says father is wealthy citizen of Co
penhagen. Over 4,500 billboards erected in
residence districts without consent of
property owners must come down,
building dep't order.
Rose Dunbin, 16, 1055 W. 14th,
tried suicide. Poson. May die. De
spondent over school troubles.
Overheated furnace caused $800
fire in home of H. Berginer, 2445"
Edward Loder, 37, inmate of Oak
Forest, found frozen to death near
infirmary. Strayed from institution.'
Fire in plant of E. A. Rysdon Co.,
526 W. 41st, caused $8,000 damage.
Julia Pipenhagen, 13, hurt by auto
while on way to school. Police seek
Autoist violators of traffic laws
need not appear at police station
after Jan. 1.
Flooring caughf fire in Crilly bldv.,
35 S. Dearborn. Damage $500. -
Andrew Poholski in court for beat
ing wife with razor strop. Case con
tinued to give him chance on wife's
Frank Williams, colored, 2608 Wa
bash av., caught on board steamer
Meridot in Calumet river, fined $200 "
Edgar Grantham. 5440fDorchester
av., painter, held to grand jury as
burglar! Jewelry ' found In house
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