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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Graham Taylor of vice commission
and Adolph Weimer of United Soci
eties to draft amendement to special
bar permit law.
Doors of county board finance
committee locked to'women who
keep tab on county affairs. Renew
fight for publicity today.
Dr. R. R. Ferguson, Chicvgo Med
ical society, complained of proposed
law forcing registration of births
withtin 24 hours.
Reginald van Bruenig won $1,500
purse by walk from Missoula, Mont,
to Chicago. Arrived yesterday.
Exclusive Hampden club to be
built at cost of $100,000 at Buena av.
Mayor Harrison to summon man
agers of theaters accused of aiding
scalpers to office for talk.
February to be without full moon
or first time in 69 years. Full moon
each 29y2 days. February only has
Rob't Lee, 1114 Center st., caught
with revolver. Fined $100 and costs.
John A. McCormick, treasurer san
itary board, wants $75,000 from re
ceiver of La Salle st bank. Filed pe
tition before Judge Windes.
Cap't Halpin, under indictment, 17
detectives and eight policemen com
mended by Chief Gleason for good
Frank Kahn, 18, arrested for beg
ging. Has good home in Philadel
phia. Judge Dolan trying to get him
Walter Klem, 2209 Washington
blvd., fined $100 by Judge Dolan for j
carrying concealed weapons. i
Edward Smith and Martin Tellet
son, 140 N. Robey, fined $20 and sen
tenced to 6 months in Bridewell. So
licited alms, using fake card.
Col. Charles Alexander, Provi
dence, R. I., indicted under Mann act
on testimony of Jessie Cope, to arrive
here Monday for trial.
Walcott Johnson, 2906 State, fined
$100 and costs. Concealed weapons.
George Heck, 2551 N. Menard av.,
fined $100 and costs in Judge Dolan's
court for carrying concealed weap
ons. Peter Hamper, 54, 5245 Honore st.,
suicided. Cut throat. Reason un
known. . Mf
Grave of Henry Bosch, Evanston
butcher, said to contain only empty
box, opened. Charges proven un
true. William Gering, 1737 W. Monroe
st, suicide. Poison. Out of work.
Feb. 18th set by Mayor Harrison
as day for old newsies to sell papers
at former stands.
Horticultural Society of Chicago
objects to placing of 1st Cavalry
armory in Lincoln park. Filed peti
tion with park board. . '
Illinois Humane Society prosecuted
31 for beating horses during year. In
vestigated 1,328 complaints of cruelty
John J. O'Neill, substitute operator,
discharged from police force. Shot
Milton Weaver, negro, in saloon at
232 W. Chicago, charge.
Coroner's office asked to investi
gate death of George Jacobs, 13
months old, at Oak Forest Infirmary.
Morris Ginsberg, saloonkeeper,
failed to obtain release from county
jail. Sent several months ago for
claiming to be broke after losing $15,
George Kuffner, and wife, driven
from home at 4703 Wabansia av., by
fire starting in basement
Police seeking two women selling
imitation Irish lace. celia Mc- am
Adams, school teacher, swindled. Jf
Prof. Phillip D. Fox, Northwestern
"U." broke knee cap in fall, from
bobsled at sleighing party given by
Ralph Staedler chosen president
Shoe Travelers Ass'n of Chicago at
Congress hotel banquet
Farmers in Marshall, Putnam and
Bureau counties got' from $500 to