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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sixteen men arrested early today
by "flying squads" from Maxwell and
Desplaines st. stations, who are chas
Henry Pforertner.2919 Princton
av., shot by two men in holdup of
store Jan 3, dead.
Former Gov. Frank Hanley of In
diana and Rev. C. M. Sheldon, To
peka, Kas., to be speakersAoday in
'dry campaign" at 1st Regiment.
Sec'y McAdoo expected here to
morrow to hear charges that federal
reserve bank's have too many of di
dectors' relatives in employ.
Emil Wamsganz, St. Louis, tried to
cross "L" tracks at Franklin and Van
Buren. Shocked. Rubbers saved
Roy Weddell, Ontario, Can., soldier,
arrested in alleged attempt to elope
with Mrs. Winifred Holpin, 2021 Lane
ct. Her husband complained.
Home of Mrs. A. B. Amass, 1258
Elmdale av., broken into and looted.
Over $500 in jewelry gone.
Sy special orders, Edna Juchhoff,
teacher in Branch No. 1, of Raster
school.-has Policeman Chas. Godfrey
of Englewbod station take' her to
work. Bad neighborhood.
Chief O'Brien asked to look for
Helen Hardy, 15, and Lyman Rob
bins, 21, St. Louis, believed to have
"Weep and you breed disease"
Elizabeth Walter of Oak Park before
the Chicago Osteopathic ass'n at
meeting in Hotel Sherman.
Marshall Field III in city. To wed I
Evelyn Marshall of New York in Feb
ruary. Will make Chicago home.
Authorities of Mattoon, III., call
death of Mrs. Ronalds murder. Three
held under suspicion
Night court convened in city hall
without case. May change hours from
7 to 11 to 9 to 1
Program given in honor of Dean
Sumner at Cathedral SS. Peter and
Paul, Thursday night. Leaves soon
for Oregon to serve as bishop.
Raymond Cross, 13, Rochelle, III.,
who ran away from home six weeks
ago, believed to be in Chicago.
Mother asked police to search.
Chicago plan commission meeting
today to take action on site for new
west side postoffice and lake front
Polish citizens interested in immi
gration question to meet at 4 :30 p. m.
in Judge Jarecki's court, city halL
May send delegation to Pres. Wilson.
Open verdict from coroner's jury
in case of Walter Marumbio, crushed
to death in automatic electric ele
vator at 1130 Lake Shore Drive.
Seven men, arrested in raid on
hotel at 111 W. Austin av. and book
ed for gambling, discharged by Judge
Fisher. "Just friendly game."
Frank Cameron, 1445 W. Congress
fell down stairs. Dead.
Oak Park voted to have moving
picture censors. Body of nine to in
spect films. Pictures passed by Chi
cago censors exempt from examina
tion. Residents near Warren and Wes
ley avs., Evanston, complained to po
lice that boys shooting craps on side
walk obstruct traffic
Thomas O'Connor, 708 W. Division,
held to grand jury for burglary. Con
fessed stealing typewriter and adding
machine. Dropped adding machine
into river when pursued.
Broken window and blood on side
walk caused "murder" mystery at
4015 Oakdale av. William Ashen had
stuck his hand through window.
Richard V. Brown, "ad" man,
elected president of Palette and Chis
el club in annual meeting at 59 E. Van
Mrs. Lorenda Vezina, 116 Grand
av., lost $89, two years' savings, from
hole in stocking while seeking work.
Charles Brusseau, 922 W. Taylor,
artist, tried suicide. Gas. Couldn't
Hamilton College of Law defeated
Chicago Law School in debate. "Re-