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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Michael Ronan shot by detective
in chase. Charged with picking pock
ets. Nat'l Merchant-Tailors' ass'n look
ing for perfect man txTwear $100 suit
Chicago men fall down in test.
Aaron Spike, suffering from deli
rium tremens, arrived at County hos
pital in limousine. Taken to Bride
well in patrol wagon.
Thomas Haggerty, elevator oper
ator in Congres hotel, dropped dead
on job last night.
Martin .Meyers, $22, fined $100 and
costs. Carried gun.
Chas. Georgeno, 433 Aberdeen,
fined $20. Struck Agnes Boyd, ne
gress. Frank Baker, 50, Peerless hotel,
G44 Madison, found dead in bed.
Chas. Boyd, negro, held to grand
jury. $5,000 bonds. Verna Hill,
white girl, complainant.
Police found meshbag containing
$38 and gold watch in Archer av. car.
Mrs. S. Culver, 3821 Archer av.,
claimed property and left dime for
"honest policeman to buy cigar for
Frean A. Mabee and wife, owners
of $100,000,000 gold mine, flashing
,$100,000 worth of diamonds to ple
bians at Hotel La Salle.
Lambert Decker, 70,-7344 Lafay
ette av., died from fall on sidewalk.
49 other persons injured.
Chicago to have "Bundle Day."
Bundles of old clothing to be collect
ed for unemployed.
Michael Lawler, pioneer live stock
commission man, suffocated by fire
in his home at 3619 Indiana av., last
night. $5,000 damage.
R. T. Sammis, writer of rhymes for
breakfast food companies, left wife
David Goldfin fined $25 for selling
short weight by Judge Dolan in mor
Paul Hoppe sent to John Worthy
school for stealing storage battery
Ass't Corporation Counsel Reker
filed suits, amounting to $18,000, in
Municipal court against the Chicago
Railways Co. -Charges company with,
placing insufficient information in
Englewood citizens held mass meet
ing at Parker Practice school. Ask
for repeal of parole law and that
Chief Gleason use flying squad to
clean up district.
B. F. Meissner to lecture on selium
at Auditorium hotel. Has electriq
dog which obeys commands.
Columbus hospital nurses school to
give informal dance in Masonic Tem
ple drill hall tonight
Dr. F. C. Caldwell, health dep't,
conducting laboratory examination,
of street car straps. Found many;
James Shibley, retired cigar dealer,
4347 Oakenwald blvd., badly beaten,
in fight with janitor, George Frost
who was arrested.
Victor Swanson slashed on face
during argument with "Dude" Wig-
gin, negro, 5258 Federal. Wiggins
William Hightower, negro, who
joined army in San Francisco in efi
fort to escape arrest for murder com
mitted here, arrested and brought;
back. Murdered Frank Long, negro,
Louis Mathay, saloon porter, told
judge he had not taken bath since
last summer and had been living on
free lunch for month. Fined $10 and
sent to Bridewell.
Sam Volpjntesto and Joseph San- &
tis, 844 W. 24th, arrested. Henry
Pelliquore, 3577 Wentworth av., told
police they stabbed and tried to rob
Anna Boehm, 5959 S. Green, dis
charged by judge on larceny for steal
ing ring. Testified threats of loan,
shark made her commit act.
Abraham Eisenstein ,6120 Ingle.
side av., had his nose made smaller
I by beauty doctor. Told mother ho