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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Four men fishing in lake arrested
Kept small perch against law
(Lajpat Rai, lawyer and banker, and
S. P. Gutpa, industrlaKmagnate, from
India, in Chicago surveying indus
tries. Sarah Blum filed $25,000 damage
suit against Charles Wolf. Alleged
attack in downtown hotel.
John Hamilton, 38 S. Dearborn st.,
foreman of March grand jury. Sworn
in by Judge Kersten.
.Corporation counsel to start action
against owners of downtown prop
erty who failed to remove sidewalk
obstructions as requested.
Michael Nigarato, 10836 Torrence
a.Vj, arrested for carrying hunting
knife. Case continued. Wanted
Relatives of Rpbert Johns, whole
sale crockery and glassware dealer,
to share $250,000 estate.
Joseph David, 12, 1802 W. 22d,
dead. Fell from fence.
Russell McDaniels, 18, 1350 E. 73d,
held to grand jury for attempted ar
son. Pleaded guilty.
.Saloon license of John Winzenburg,
3035 S. State, revoked. Police re
ported place criminals' hangout
Relatives of George French to
share in $81,000 estate.
Arthur Alexander, 118 E. 31st,
waiter, arrested on. charge of Nellie
Preha, 19, 1620 S. Ashland av.
Mrs. Genevieve Vawter, 6224 Eber
hardt av., filed $10,000 suit against
car company. Charges car wrecked
auto and injured her.
Poolroom license of John Gualano,
3740 Fullerton av., revoked.
John Foley and Frank McGrath ar
rested. Attempted to break into sa
loon. Otto Malm, companion of Elmer
Fanter, confessed murderer of
August Janssen, 1240 Burling st, ar
rested. Charles Howe, 1934 Maud av., held
to grand jury on charge of Clara Tes
wa. 1900 Dayton.
Charles Whyte, actor, dead. Heart,
Mrs. George Waite, 67, 4641 N. Ra
cine av., dead. Fell down icy stair
way of Madison and Wabash "L" sta
tion. Policemen of Desplaines st. station -
to ask department for individual tow- '
$1,430,000 estate of Hugh McFar
lane, wagon maker, to be divided
among 5 children.
Harry Rosenstein. 3,' 1553 S. Cen
tral Park av., dead. Smothered in
Ira Lovingheart, negro, 1922 W.
Lake, arrested. Identified as "L" sta
tion robber. t
200-year-old Oriental rug stolen
from home of Calrence Mark, Evans
ton. Three sisters and brothers share in
$52,000 estate left by Margaret Tem-
Commissioner of Health Youngac
cepted $2,500 in case involving $7,
500 suit against county board for cer
tifying 75,000 deaths to state board of.
Voluntary bankruptcy proceedings
filed by Chi. Grand Opera Co. May
Capt. O'Brien of detective bureau
trying to find person who stole'hand3
from clock in office. Repairman sus
pected. Policeman John Herr, traffic squad,
shot and killed wife and wounded self
after quarrel in home, 1510 Montrosq
av. May die.
Rev. James Darnell, "marrying
(minister," writing movie plays in jail -,
while awaiting trial for Mann act vie- " ;'
John Kritzy, arrested for passing,
counterfeit dollars, held to grand jury.
John Young, 3721 McLean av., sui-
cided. Despondent over death of,
Postal employes, lighthouse keep-s
ers and lif esavers to meet in Winnet-.
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