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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
George Evans, 35, 20 S. Sangamon,
fined $25 for annoying Laura Edison,
19, 1040 W. Madison. Has wife in
GeorgerShendan arid-Frank Adams
fined $200 by Judge Caverly for car
rying guns. Wm. Doherty was with
them. Pined $100 Adams out of
pen since Jan. 12.
Gust Steinbach, 219 Oak St., ar
rested as disorderly. Suicided with
rope in Desplaines st cell today.
Judge Caverly got $2 from "A Cit
izen" for Powet Rokoezares, whom
he released for stealing potatoes
when latter told him of arrival of
Mrs. Sarah Ray, 637 N. Euclid av.,
Oak Park, to get $34,265 in will of
Cap't O'Brien of detective bureau
asked to notify folks of Fred Young
that he was killed as result of fall
into Klondike crevice.
John W. Dix, 4346 Congress, held
up at Kilbourne av. and Lexington
A $5 fine for parents of child late
or absent from school regularly, sug
gested by Geo. Rockwood, principal
Austin high school.
Hugh Calvin Smith, minister of
Presbyterian church, in jail, unable to
get bail. Held for alleged "con"
game. "Mistake," he says.
John Zajaczkowski, 3618 Belmont
av., seriously hurt in boxing match
at White Dove Athletic club. Nine
teen members of club arrested.
Heating stove, full of live coals,
stolen from offices of Max Levy &
Co., 1362 W. Kinzie st.
Sixty men accepted as U. S. citi
zens by Superior Judge Cooper. Ask
ed naturalization papers.
Harry Lipsy of school board to ask
city for fire alarm box in front of
James Keating, 69, watchman, 5522
S. Marshfield av., shot and seriously
wounded by holdup man in offices o
Hedstrom Coal Co.. 2400 Federal.
Joseph Kozwiak fined $100 for al
leged attempt to rob poor box of St.
Patrick's church, Adams and Des
plaines. Gus Shanks, N. Ada and Lake sts.,
caught with concealed weapon. Fined
D. Dennis, owner of poolroom at
4642 W. Madison, fined $25. Allowed
minors to hang around place.
Roland Kreigbaum arrested on
charge of stealing mail from box of
Mrs. E. Schroth, 843 Barry av.
Traced by federal men.
Bids taken for metal superstruc
ture of bridges to be put over Calu
met Sag canal at 82d and Burr Oak.
Mario Scarsellrrjj arrested by postal
authorities while trying to pass
forged money order for $80 at 824 S.
Clark. On $1,000 bonds.
Patrick Bradley, 2502 Lowe av., ar-.
rested as pursC-snatcher, tried sui
cide in Englewood cell. Hung by sus-'
penders. Discovered. Revived.
Jay W. Crawford brought back
from Milwaukee. Jacob Spenard,
manager of States restaurant, com-'
plained of bum check for $105. - ,
Four manhole covers on Madison
street between Franklin and river ,
blown into air by accumulated gas.
Joseph Jemiolo says wife eloped.
Asked writ of habeas corpus to get,
two children awarded by court. Moth-.,
er has children at 1463 S. Sangamon.
Max Goldsmith fined $200 for prac
ticing as pbyslcian without license.
Couldn't pay fine. "Jail.
Edward J. Tobin. county sup't of,
schools, promised residents of Nor-,
wood Park new school and new
Anti-frat pledges of high 'school
students to be abolished. New ask
understanding of expulsion rule.
Broken cable at. 39th st. power
house stalled south side "L" trains
for half hour.
Safeblowers raided office and safe
of Dr. F. F. Schwartz, dentist, lit b.