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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Men to be allowed to hear Mrs.
Havelock Ellis' uncensored lecture on
eugenics in Orchestra hall, Feb. 4.
Motion won at standing vote of meet
ing of clubwomen-yesterday.
Rev. Paul Rader to become head of
Mrs. Anna Snodgrass, 3305 Walnut,
found burned to death by daughter.
Dress caught fire in gas stove.
Edward Breck, teamster, fined $200
for carrying revolver.
Debate between L. W. Hardy and
P. L. Montunk at Turner hall, Paulina
and Belmont Subject, ."Resolved,
That the Capitalist Class Is Not Di
vided Against Itself in the European
A. A. McCormick is seeking Bull
Mobse-G. 0. P. nomination for alder
man from 6th ward. Says he's for
Arthur Cravat to be brought back
to Chicago to face wife abandonment
charge. Arrested immediately after
release from jail in St. Louis on big
Leo Joint, 6659 Perry av., school
engineer, had left leg broken. Hit
by auto driven by Daniel Sunderland,
6409 Stewart av. Sunderland ar
rested. Secrecy still surrounds the work
on the county budget.
J. Lee La Mat, driver of Stutz,
leader in cross-continent race, ar
rived in Chicago last night. Western
dash to begin tonight.
Ethel Hopp, 21, daughter of Jos.
Hopp, 454 Wrightwood av., killed in
auto collision at Lake View and
Wrightwood. Cars of Jos. Hopp and
Casper Brauer, restaurant owner, in
Jerome Langleyi sectio nhand, died
at St. Bernard's hospital. Struck by
C. & E. I. train at St Anne, HI.,
Mrs. Joseph Kolan, 918 N. Lincoln,
embroidered "Good-bye, Kid" on pil
low top and left home taking furni
ture. Couple in court. Reconciled.
F. W. Bell and F. W. French arrest
ed for disorderly conduct in front of
Coliseum. Took jury trials in night
Will of James- Wells filed in pro
Federal Judge Landis dismissed
contempt case against Michael
Hayes, stenographer of B. P. Strauss,
note broker for late Charles Ledow
sky, who failed to appear at investi
Sidney 'Spejgel, sec. of Speigel
House Furnishing Co., left $62,500
estate by wife.
Rob Roy Ricketts, $1,000,000 art
dealer, bankrupt, refused to transfer'
life insurance that creditors might
realize cash surrender value. Held'
Habeas corpus writ taken out to
gain -custody of Paul Robinson, dis
missed when father announced that
family was going back to Louisville,
Ky., to live.
Att'y Albert Tyrdll, who died Dec
28, left $33,500 estate to widow.
Att'y Rob't Cantwell before court
on charge of assault Dismissed
when George Balais, complainant, did
Jacob Olkentky, barber, 8448 Bur
ley av., sued John Zientz, 8440 Bur
ley av., trade rival, for $200 for steal
ing his new barber pole. No evi
dence. Suit dismissed.
Att'y Erastus Gates, 74.322 Went
korth av., arrested for larceny. Told
police he went to school with Lin
Mrs, Sarah Block, 75, died sudden
ly in rocking chair in home, 2021 W.
West Chicago Park commissioners
to hold examinations for gymnasium
Instructor, open to men, and for
pianist, open to women.
Wenfcel Zdbal found insane by jury.
Wrote threatening letters to Mayor
George Burns, 6253 Cottage Grove
av., arrested on complaint of 4 men.
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