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' NEWS QF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO H
Woman's City club recommended
municipal employment bureau for
men and women inemployment re
Thomas Colquitt, Lincoln park Rj
liceman, killed by auto driven by Ioy
Hubbard, 216 E. 56th. Hubbard field.
Will J. Shafer, manager of Audi
torium hotel, well-known hotel man,
Earl Qline, Van Nuys, Cal., arrest
ed for unpaid taxi bill, sent to Deten
tion hospital. Acting queerly.
Bessie Hardy, 3410 Calumet av.,
struck in face by negro who took
pocketbdok and $7.50 -at 35th and
George Trude, att'y, sued for di
vorce. Charged with deserting wife
Frederick Tillson, head of Western
Music Roll Co., arrested by postal au
thorities for alleged" swindle.
Mrs. Mary Winters, 65, 5148 Prai
rievav., slipped on icy sidewalk two
weeks ago", dead.
Anton Aenelse, 4, 49 6. 115th, hit
by ito Saturday, dead, Harry Bans
meT, driver for Schultz Baking Co.,
to appear at inquest.
Walter Lewis, 1028 S Fairfield av.,
suipide, Gas.' Out of work.
CfiaplSk Stringer, 656 Washington
blvd., sued for $10,000" by Mrs. Flor
ence Boyd. Mrs. Boyd hurt in auto
George Cook held to grand jury,
charged with throwing horseshoe
through U. S. Cigar Store window,
Van Buren and Clinton.
Andrew Finucan, 110, 2249 W. Chi
cago av., played tag on car tracks.
Hit by car. Right leg and arm broken.
, ..Coroner investigating death of Mrs.
jAana Pischozha, 70, 4331 Wentworth
av., worth $60,0,00.
F Writ of habeas corpus issued for D.
JPandifi, Inmate of Kankakee asylum.
-Cured, but not released.
1 Federal investigation of American
Billboard Co. under anti-trust act to
Peter Kuklinski, arrested on sus
picion, identified by F. W. Charski,
auditor Union Pacific R. R., as alleged
Jos. Fish, fire insurance adjuster,
once acquitted on arson charge, 'up.
for trial again. Selecting jurors.
Dr. Norman Weston, Hull House
physician, dislocated right wrist turn
ing handspring at Central Y M. C. A.
George Tomes, 1452 S. Wabash av.,
butler, offered to "lick anyone on
car," Five and costs.
Small film fire at National theater,''
608 S. State. Few in audience. No
C. W. Calvin, 7T44 Cornell av., ar
rested for con game. Charged with
trying to sell "money making ma
chine." Not guilty.
Gustave Anderson, 6023 Aberdeen,
brushed from Ashland av. car at 46th
st Skull fractured,
Wm. Wiltshire, 739 S. Western av.,
hurt when, car hit wagon at 35th and
Western av. Thrown frorii wagon.
Barney Coyle, bartender, and 15
customers in saloon at 3023 Archer
av. held up. Robbers got $54.40,
Mrs. Catherine Ullo, 1118 Milton
av., arrested with revolver under
shawl. Fined $1Q0 and costs.
Allan Thompson, giving address as
229 Eastwood, av., arrested in De
troit for alleged $20 theft. Brought
back and paroled.
W. H. Sniith held to grand jury,
charged with killing Harry Goldberg,
bartender, in Morris Abraham's sa
loon in holdup raid.
Small dealers meeting ill Masonic
Temple this afternoon to protest
against fee asked by city for testing
John A. O'Donndil hwKcted. on the
charge of sending ebacene letters
through mails. Mrs. Dorothy Pur
vis, Memphis, Tenn., complained.
Dr. C. A. Erickson; 2458 Went
worth av., and Joe. Martin held on
illegal operation charge after death
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