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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Hearing started to determine men
tality of Franklin Newhall, worth
$750,000. Sons want conservator ap
Dr. O. E. Dyson, state veterinarian,
announced that killing of sick cattle
in fight on hoof and mouth disease
would begin Monday.
Municipal judges voted to do away
with 35th st. and Sheffield av. police
John Martin, arraigned as beggar,
freed on promise to write parents in
Cincinnati for cash to return home.
Judge Ryan gave him room rent.
Rheumatism, heart trouble, kidney
disease and neuritis caused by bad
teeth, declared dentists at meeting
of Chicago Dental society at Hotei
Mrs. Kramer, 5929 Walton st, dead
as result of fall to icy sidewalk.
Several small dairies put out of
business by Gov. Dunne's edict
against unpasteurized milk from foot
and mouth disease districts.
Moody church, largest in city, to
call Rev. Paul Rader of Pittsburgh to
Vincent Szepawiak, 8306 Burley
av., sentenced to 50 days in Bride
well for stealing 15 papers from
Alfred Spalth, 3031 Major av.,
burned. Stove exploded. Not serious.
Body of man supposed to be A. Ko
pald, 6368 Keefe av., exhumed from
Waldheim cemetery after year. Just
Friends of Henry Bosch, butcher of
Evanston, who was buried with cash
raised by subscription, say body was
not in buried coffin.
Jacob Barends, 827 N. La Salle, ar
tist suiHde. Out of job.
Mrs. Barbara Svoboda, 1108 W.
63d, and Kate Putcala sentenced from
1 to 10 years in penitentiary for
Mrs. Kate Tsaltas, 2120 Sheffield
av., injured when water front of stove
blew up. Critical condition. ;
Michael Mack, 13400 Baltimore av.,
fined $25 for writing letters to an
other man's wife.
Allie Fields, fciotorman, 6852 Par
nell av., died suddenly at car barns,
77th and Vmcinnes. Heart disease.
Nathan Thomas, 3441 Federal st.,
fined $100 and sentenced to year in
Bridewell for stealing gown from ex
John Heck, 3829 Wentworth av.,
machinist, severely burned when gas
oline tank exploded in shop at rear of
home. Spark from emery wheel
George Bates, 6113 S. Troy, in
court on complaint of Mamee
Schmidt, 5846 S. Carpenter, couldn't
buy marriage license. Judge Sabath
Mrs. Walter Cibici, 1415 Dickson,
in Judge Sabath's court against hus
band. Destitute. Judge gave $10.
Miss Jessie Cope, indicted for brib
ery in Mann act case against Col.
Chas. Alexander, released on $1,000
bonds. Case continued.
srTony Krause arrested as employee
of Fred Marhoefer, alleged illicit oleo
maker at 3026 Lincoln av. Bonds
John Crawford, 1115 S. Wabash.,
fined $100 and costs by Judge
Prindiville for carrying revolver.
Illinois Surety Co. given ten days
to pay $50,000 due government as
insurance on funds held by bankrupt
La Salle st. bank. May appeal.
Louis Jensen, Anne, Ml., brought
his revolver to city. Caught; $100
John Malone, who escaped from
Judge Prindiville's courtroom Jan. 13,
fined $300 and costs.
Mrs. Annie Siegelf 912 Maxwell,
lit dress while tending stove. Seri
Adolph Frank, escaped inmate of
Kankakee asylum, arrested here.
Dr. William Stuart, 3519 Indiana
av.. arrested on "con" game charge