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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Charles Sweeney, policeman N.
Halsted st. station, exonerated in
death of Francis Singer, shot while
resisting arrest as masher.
Negro robber caught "by policeman
and two citizens after robbing five in
auto raid over south side.
Col. Goethals, former governor of
Panama, in Chicago. Took day of
Fund of $100,000 given to Ameri
can Institute of Banking by banks to
De Witt C. Cregier, city custodian,
and family driven to street by fire at
2419 N. Clark. Damage $1,000.
Seven hurt by falls to ick sidewalks.
James Kirk, 50, 1918 Lefler ct, may
State's Att'y Hoyne away from, city
on six day trip. Mission is mystery.
Recount on senatoritl candidates
of 11th and 23rd districts started in
yesterday. Henry W. Austin, Rep.,
gained 13 votes.
Charles Ledowski, train suicide, ac
cused of $300,000 forgeries, owned no
factories, investigation shows. Fox
River Distilling Co. selling concern.
James O'Connor, Maxwell st. po
liceman, shot in elbow by two men
stopped near 777 S. Halsted today.
Lewis Asierofno, 1052 W. Polk st, ar
rested. Chicago tSewards' club to hold ed
ucational meetings during year. To
profit by other's experience.
Y. M. C. A. "Bachelors Hotel" to
be built at Mdridge Ct. and Wabash
a v., at cost of million.
Judge Flannagan refused to hold
court in 35th st, branch. Foul air and
unsanitary conditions sickening, ju
Ida Cordon suing Ben Cohen for
$10,000. Breach of promise alleged.
Lovers in Russia, strangers here, girl
Man giving name William Flynn ar
rested while posing as bogus inspect
or in home of Mrs. Walter Bazter,
16234 Greenview av.
Central Trust Co. appointed re
ceiver for "Jack Lait and Tom
Bourke, Inc.," publishers of Saturday
"Only firm stand by administration
will drive disreputable dances from
city." Speakers before city council
0dd3 and ends of custom house
goods sold by TJ. S. auctioneer. Sale
Mrs. Mary Kozecki, on trial for al
leged murder of husband, said his
abuse caused her to shoot.
Daniel Willard, pres. B. & O. R. Ri,
coming to city next month. Must "be
consafced before Union station can
Leo S. Friedman, women's tailor,
116 S. Michigan av., arrested on
complaint of Thelma Belyea, Strat
ford hotel. Took clothes, she alleges.
Dr. Emil G. Hirsch notified mayor
he had reconsidered refusal of post of
new morals commission. Will take
Chris Sutich, 8958 Green Bay av.f
ordered 20 barrels of wine and paid
$150. Got 16 barrels of vinegar, two
of water and two full of herring.
Michael CaHigari, 941 Lithington av,
Ernest Shorley, 431 E. 37th, fined
$20 and costs by Judge Trude. Al
leged to have struck Joe Boyce, 3815
Indiana av., breaking glasses.
John Casa, 30 E. 103rd, fined $100
and costs for carrying loaded re
volver. Protection was excuse.
Ralph Robinson, Hammond, Ind.,
fireman B. & O. R. R., broke ankle in
jumping from engine in collision at
40th and Packers- av.
K. Dragast, 9001 Green Bay av.,
and Michael Shorsk, 8724 Green Bay
av., stabbed at Serbian celebration.
Jewels worth $2,500 missing from
home of Dr. Carl Beck, 601 Deming
pi. Small safe refled.
Rob't Courecelles. 320 E. 46th, ar
Tested In loop store after alleged at-