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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
A. W. Grenier, auto dealer, suing
Thomas Miller, Congress hotel, for
50,000. No reason given.
Wilmette had large party of Chi
cagoans visit towiulast night. Think
fight was pulled off. Policeman sus
picious. Chester Goodrich took pledge.
Given $1 by Judge Sabath.
Federal government places ap
proval on plans of Chicago municipal
Pursesnatcher who robbed Mar
garet McGmnis, 6533 Kimbark av.,
captured after chase of niile.
John Budrtek, Hastings, N(eb., told
police he had been robbed of $204.
Police found $800 in bills pinned to
inside of trousers.
Lincoln Park commissioners to ask
Tor $1,000,000 at next election for ex
Florence Severa dientified William
Crawford as man who cut off her hair
Saturday night. Crawford arrested.
Arthur Shields, business agent for
painters' and decorators' union, ar
rested in saloon. Said to have
threatened patrons with revolver.
Robert Thomas, 3907 N. Robey,
killed wife hour after he had been
freed from Dunning insane asylum as
cured from drink habit Caught.
Lizzie Neubarth, 50, 3830 Alta Vis
ta terrace, found dead in gas-filled
Saloon license to Freiberg's re
stored by Mayor Harrison. Abraham
Halle new manager. No dancing.
21st anniversary of founding of
U of C. settlement celebrated last
Judge Sullivan took under advise
ment the suit for an injunction
against the Plat Janitors' union to
restrain union from picketing build
Ings. Two daughters of Mrs. Margaret
Schneider visited mother in Joliet
Mother sent to jail for posing as
niece of Rockford, 111., millionaire.
May be pardoned.
Over 250 members of Queen of
Angels Court, Catholic Order of For
esters, celebrated anniversary by
Berthold Singer, counsel in Chi
cago for Spain and Costa Rica, en
tertained friends at dinner at Hotel
Joseph Majesty, Evanston carpen
ter who came to Chicago and became
drunk posing as Milwaukee detective,
paroled by Judge Trude.
James Kelsoe, negro ex-convict, be
ing held at 50th st. police station as
holdup man suspect. ,
Fred Rennaald, 6115 St. Lawrence
av., told police he was robbed of $65
and gold watch. Later confessed he
lost them in craps.
Police notified that gas was coming
from house at 221 S. Hamilton av.
Mrs. Mary Barnett found uncon
scious. Revived. Defective stove.
Two horse traders fined by Judge
Caverly for selling "doped" horses to
Joseph Piochez, 4, 712 Temple, hit
by Dr. W. Johnson's auto. Badly
J. C. Baker broke beaker of burn
ing ether over head in chemistry lab
oratory of Lake Forest "U." Dived
into snow bank. No damage.
John Foerster, former pres. Cook
County Real Estate Board, charged
with larceny. Mrs. Marja Buttas says
she bought bonds from him which he
never gave her. Case continued.
Morals Court Judge Goodnow
seeking for funds to establish hos
pital for diseased persons brought be
Seven girl autoists injured when
street car struck auto at Clark and
Huron. Auto overturned.
Frank Polley, bachelor, filed peti
tion to adopt Clifford Antes, 3, taken
away from mother by juvenile court.
Estate of Henry Piper, wholesale
baker, filed; $350,000.
Chicago Woman's club received
letter from Dr. Caroline Hedger,
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