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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO'
Year's report of boy's court, com
piled by social dep't; 9,834 cases dis
E. J. Eichenlaub. movie manufac
turer, arrested im. ..charge of con
game. Alleged to have sold certain
rights in Iowa twice
City comptroller to open bids on
$2,250,000 worth of city bonds on
March 19. Market nearly normal.
Good prices expected.
Overheated stove in flat above bar
ber shop at 6337 Dorchester av.,
caused fire. Patrons fled. $1,000 dam
age. Dowain Robinson, policeman,
worth $50,000, died yesterday. In
herited money and refused to leave
Two negroes robbed Baker Bros.,
coal dealers, 451 W. 31st, of $150.
Geo. Zoller, barber, 5657 S. Hal
sted, arrested in Ehnpres-s theater for
annoying Mrs. J. J. Voss, 6840
Richard Stevens, 11 months, 221
W. 22d pi., died of burns. Teakettle
"ell from stove.
Bed of shamrocks to be used St.
Patrick's day being nursed by Head
riorist James O'Caroll, U. of C. bo
Glenn O'Rourke told Judge Trude
he committed robbery to join his sick
wife in Texas. Held to grand jury.
Four Chicago boys who ran away
from home after reading pamphlet
('.escribing Panama expo., arrested in
Columbus Junction, la.
Leo Horwitz, salesman, 1130 S.
Halsted, arrested. Josephine Nicas
tro, 917 S. Racine av., says he tried
to hug her.
Joseph Walpert killed self with gas
at 12 W. Van Buren. Said family
was to blame. Police probing.
John Dornfeld filed petition for in
junction against Cook County Kin
derheim to stop county payments on
juvenile court wards. Charges insti
tution is religious character.
All Boonish, Clearing, revived and
told police names of men who stab
bed him in box car and got $300.
John Murphy, on trial for murder-i
ing Joseph Koch, testified latter was
a dangerous character. Killed 2 men
in St Louis. T
' Pres. Wilson and Dudley Field Ma
lone invited to speak before Irish Fel
lowship club at St Patrick's day ban-4
Eveline Fischer and Ivan Lindgren
married by Judge Petit yesterday
Thought marriage license was suffi
cient. Did not wed.
Mrs. George Remus, wife of divorce,
attorney, filed suit for divorce,
charging cruelty. Remus will not op-;
Poolrooms being visited in searoh.
for 3 auto purse-snatchers, who
robbed eight women Thursday.
Ordinance extending fire, limits ap
proved by building committee and
sent to council. Will include 20r
more square miles of territory.
Cook County Medical and Surgical'
society met last night to discuss Har-
rison drug sale prohibiting law.
Hundreds of Chicago's 200,000 idle
given work by railroads and city hrr
cleaning snpw from streets and
Bussee family, living at 5048 Calu
met av., saving pennies and buffalo
nickels, visited by burglar. Surprised,
by Margaret Bussee. Left most od
William Weirtz, 12027 S. Union av1
arrested for pulling down trolley 061
street car when it refused to stop.
Released on bonds. .
Roy Hanley, clerk in main post-I
office, sentenced to 3 months in jail
for stealing letter.
Unidentified man, sucering fronv
exposure, taken to Washington Parle i
hospital. Wore 3 vests, two pairs of
trousers and overcoat.
Mathew Homer, police lieut. re-"
duced to rank of serg't by Former Pen
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