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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Wm. Goldstein cited for contempt
In superior court for not paying ali
mony. Says he is broke.
Mrs. J. O. Watson, 74 Willow, re
ported loss of. $l,03(Kin Pullman
sleeper from Minneapolis.
"A1. M. Swanson, Phila., made sec'y
of civil service comm'n.
1st Deputy Schuettler and wife
gone to see exposition.
Chas. Legon, 1447 Van Buren, ar
rested. Police say he climbed into
room of Lillian McCallum, 1423 W.
Man robbed Mrs. J. J. Abeler, 372
N." Avers av. of $22 and jewelry.
Broke in back door.
Home of Christian Dierks, 919
Wrightwood av., robbed, $20 and
rings. Back door sawed.
Elmer Fanter, 16, confessed slayer
of August Jantzen, 1240 Burling St.,
held to grand jury without bail.
Ferdinand Poll, plumber, 2620
Hampden ct.,.dead. Necktie opened
Joseph Falbo, 659 N. Talman av.,
stabbed in right shoulder by James
B. Jovan, 2826 W. Superior. Quar
reled over cigaret.
Safecrackers tried to open safe in
store of Quade "Bros., Irving Park
blvd. and Kostner av. Got only $2
from cash drawer
Dorothy Dwyer, 713 Waveland av.,
lost pocketbook to thief while kneel
ing in Mount Carmel church, pray
ing. Otto Seiler, 401 E. 31st, sued for
''on'-support. Told court he worked
all -week. Did washing on Sundays.
Saloon license of Harold E. Lynch,
114 E. 35th, revoked for violating
losing ordinance 11 times in month.
Mary Smith, 4433 Greenwood av.,
arrested for receiving watch stolen
from Gustave Harazin, 6039 Union.
Mrs. Grace Harris, E. 12th st,
discharged on larceny charge. L.
Mandable, 4839 Vincennes av., who
accused her of taking $28 from him
failed to appear.
Rumor that Jas Madden, Jr., son of
Capt Jas. Madden, Woodlawn sta-
tion, had attempted own life in To-;-ledo
State public utilities comm'n ord- ;
ered elevation of railroad tracks of s
Marquette road, 67th and Garfield
blvd. Had been ordered by city. p
Town of La Grange sick with the"'
measles; 116 cases reported in week. '
Robbers entered store of I. Abel
son, 3503 Cottage Grove. Took $50
from till and two diamond rings '
from women clerks,
Jesse Williams, negro who attack
ed Mrs. Anna Schwartz of Wheaton,
will be arranged for preliminary
hearing before justice of peace Sat- J
Serg't Wm. Coles of Chi. police
asked for probe of-Wm. O'Brian in
connection with murder of Emma "
Joseph Fish, public insurance ad-
juster on trial in Judge (Conner's
court, denies arson charge. rt
Young burglar entered' home of
Mrs. J. Adler, 372 N. Avers av. Took
two diamond rings and $22. Locked
her in closet.
Rosie Goldstein, 10, found brother
Harry, 18, asphyxiated in room, 1047
W. 13th. Jilted. Suicide.
Advocates of double platoon fire j
department system start active cam
paign. Aged Mrs, Martha Sullivan and in
valid daughter threatened with evic-.
tion in Evanston. Evanston Com.-,
mercial ass'n raised $200 and saved,,
home. , j,
Albert Lunardi, Exmoo-r leper, w
ordered deported to Italy. Interna-,,
tional law says he must be sent back
in same ship he camein. That shipTft
withdrawn from service. ,p
Basement fire drove 300 from dor-,e
mitories of Wilson av. branch, Y.,rr
M. C. A.
Policeman I. C. Volquartz, inter-n
fered in scrap at 826 N. LawndaleT
av. Received knife slash in handle