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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO"
Six men and three women arrestetf
in home of Mrs. Josephine Telinslfl:
1330 Dickson. Condition discovered?
by probation officer. 2 young daugtP
ters taken to juvenile home.
Felix Gerard of Berne, Switzerland
representing European restaurant
owners, says Chicago has wold
best cafes. r
John Bingham, 418 N. Dearbor
st, arrested as bum money passer,1
released on $3,000 bonds. George
Webster, partner, in cell. V u
Woodlawn police seeking negro
who hit Mary Durkin, 6110 Verncm
av., with club. Miss Durkin suffer
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Julia Anna, entertainer, arrestee
stag in Haymarket Theater bldg.,
night. Police objected to dance.
Bessie Rosner, 16 mo. old, 1913
Troy, scalded while playing in kitch
en while mother was cooking, dead.
Joseph Lang, 3, 455 N. Peoria, ceM
from burns received when he puliea
not of scalding water from stoye 3,
days ago. ''
Charles P. Letson. 3200 Parnell 3JK
arrested on wife abandonment
charge when he refused to "nSKe
up" with wife.
Girl's screams from speeding a"UiQ
reported by Mrs. Pharen, 2316 Wj
Railroad av., Evanston, set pol
Searching. Fear murder. ' ,to
Peter Sprins, 515 W. Madison st,
cut badly when foot went throijgL
window while trying to kick Ja?g.bj
Katz, saloonkeeper, 615 W. Madison
Isador Isenberg, 1720 W. Taylorrpt.
stabbed in abdomen in fight at Mjftf
W. Taylor. Three arrested. r
New method of painless childbfrjjjj
similar to twilight sleep expected Tfo
Phillip Manno, partner of lgn,azp.
Mecca, suicide banker of 515 OakVsj
guarded by police. Fear outbreak."
Paul Mika, 17234 Wabansia a
missing. Left suicide note to wjfen
Fanny Billek, Allis Wis., found
nearly dead from exposure at Cherjy
Michael Patton, 3509 Filmore,
thrown from wagon when struck by
car. Hospital. Serious.
Five families routed by fire in 3
story building at 6701 S. Halsted.
Aaron Saslomska, 3340 Douglas
blvd., found dead in bed. 97 years
John Celak, 1131 S. Jefferson, shot
in back by watchman.
Window in 12th st. store broken.
Chicago police asked to search for
Al Niewald, 31, Riverdale. Mind
weak. Wandered from home.
John Murphy, saloonkeeper, 217
W. Van Buren, robbed of $25.
Rasello Martelfo identified as mur
derer of countryman in Boston. To
be taken back.
John McMahon, 75, 7606 S. Mor
gan, fell dead. Heart disease.
William Walker and Welcome Pe
terson, negroes, arrested. Identified
by victims they had robbed. e
William Smith, negro, held by War
ren av. police -fn connection with dis
appearance of Oneda Doran, 4, 3146
Five men arrested by 50th st. po
lice for stealing brass railroad jour
nals. Stanley Bloom arrested for burg
lary. Trailed in snow by watchman
after attempt to rob leather company.
Mrs. Lachner, 2315 N. Keeler av.,
died at home from ptomaine poison
ing. Mrs. Max Tausig, 4165 Lincoln av.,
held up. Robber returned purse,
which was empty.
Two boys arrested. Alleged to have
robbed home of J. G. Jabo, 1151 Mil
ton av., of $50 worth of jewelry.
Burglar surprised in attempt to
rob drug store at 1358 Webster av.,
shot by policeman. Escaped.
Mrs. E. H. King, pres. Rogers Park
Women's club, threw switch which
put new Rogers Park phone ex
change into service.
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