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NEWS OF THE, DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Petition in bankruptcy filed against
P. Mastroianrii, former banker, who
1j ,now, bead of an employment
Two men robbed farmhouse of
"red Holstein, near-Shermerville, last
light. Scared away when Arthur
Holstein, whose hands they had
nd with wire, escaped and ran
v house of neighbor, mile away.
Bart Berrigs, 4746 S. Laflin, ar-,
sted on serious charge made by
melia Murzanska, 4640 S. Lincoln.
.errigs married 3 months.
Benjamin Fox, grocer, 224 N. Ljn
c Jin, held up by 2 men. $12. I
State's- Att y Hoyne's annuaK re
port shows that he sent 659 men to
jail thisyear. Double last year's
Mrs. Joseph Fels in Chicago. To
make .several addresses on single tax
Alderman Coughlin yesterday re
fused to say whether or not he owned
an interest in Freiberg's dance hall,
which Judge McGoorty yesterday
uled cquld not be reopened.
Mrs. Emily Hudsent, 63, 956 N.
Lawndale av., ran Into her burning
home last night to recover $400 hid
in a mattress. Badly burned.
Charles Mcpuire invited Pearl
Ross, 6534 Emerald av., to sit in his
lap and be his "fur-coated baby."
Fined $5 by judge.
County Agent Meyer asked for
more investigators. County board
instructed him to give first aid if in
vestigators were busy. Hereafter
help to be given on application.
Railway arbitration board, now
sitting in Federal building, to be ad
journed till Jan. 4.
.Holy Roller cult issued statement
saying that they are moral.
Teamster William McCormick, 464
W. 24th pi., presented with medal
by State Humane Ass'n for kindness
Pictures worth $1,500 bought by
city council are to be hung in coun
cil -lounging room in city hall.
Thomas Lyons, 3254 Wentworth
av., arrested as pickpocket. Failed to
appear in court. Bond forfeited. Po
Mrs. Susan Martin, 952 W. Jack
son blvd., died of heart disease, ac
cording to coroner's report. Hus
band George had been held after
mother-in-law complained. Released.
Two men entered drug store of
W. H. Wysenski, 8737 Commercial
av. Beat Wysenski and took $15.
Saloon license of Emmanuel Man
delson, 17 E. 31st, revoked by mayor
when police said thieves hung out
Paul Stevens, Russian, invested
$1,500 in Progressive Hand Laundry,
914 W. 63d. Suing for money. Claims
Alvin J. Bruce, 4439 Prairie av., ar
rested for posing as policeman and
trying to collect graft fro,m Jane Wil
son, 128 E. 43d, paroled to wife. Says
Evanston city council abolished job
of director of public safety. Cuts
$3,000 from budget.
J. Katow, Japanese chef, held by
Evanston police for passing bum
checks. Lake Forest police com-'
Council committee on streets and
alleys and Northwestern R. R. agreed
to have city and railroad represented
in making of plans for viaduct over
river at Franklin st.
Judgment by-default handed U. S.
Lithographing Co. against Henrietta
Crosman, actress. On tour, unable
to appear. Sued for advertising
Unidentiled man shot and killed irr
saloon of Mrs. Robt J. Curtin, 141 S.
Sangamon, Bartender John Bush,
held by police, says man was killed in
fight with another -who fescaped. '
May De Sousa Haines, light opera
singer, suing for divorce. Alleges
Two men in drunken carousal,
smashed things, up in Chicago Ridga
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