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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Ordinance demanding seat for all
during non-rush hours pleased Mayor
Harrison, he announced.
Teilesphore Clouthier, 7 mo. old,
6237 S. Marshfiekk av., choked to
death on piece of coffee cake.
New tuberculosis sanitarium at
Bryn Mawr and Crawford av. opened
for business yesterday. Eight pa
John Muir, River Forest, elected
village president. Only 65 out of
1,400 voters cast ballots. No opposi
tion. Marshall Field 111., reported ill
with typhoid fever, on way to New
York in private car.
Gerhart Sust, wanted for alleged
$12,00 Otheft here, arersted in San
Five children named in will of
Michael Bransfield, late broker, of
133 W. Washington. Estate $250,
000. Arjsto Danzeto, 1510 Shields av.,
Chicago Heights, dead. Hurt while
trying to adjust belt on punch press.
Special branch of probate court
which will settle up old estates pend
ing for years, established by Judge
Samuel P. Thrasher, sup't-commit-tee
of fifteen, says vice is dead in
Sportsman's club wants to build
trapshooters' clubhouse, in Lincoln
Bible and history brought into ar
guments for dancing in Joop cafes in
case before Judge Courtney.
W. E. Whitehead, partner in Stand
ard Home Co., Birmingham, Ala., al
leged fraud scheme, arrested here;
three officials convicted.
Donald Chesterton, 19, $10-a-week
messenger for Central Mfg. bank,
1112 W. 35th, entrusted with $1,055.
Joseph Szymanski, missing after
beating given by two sons of Mrs.
Mary Weilgorecki, Burr Oak, found
in clay hole. Boys arrested.
Minnie Devitt, 2445 W. Chicago av
swallowed poison tablets for medi
Francis Collins, 7, 2451 N. Halsted,
bruised by auto. Anthony Walper,
3720 N. Leavitt, driver, reported to
police. Not held.
Boys at Taylor and May placed
box of stolen torpedoes on car tracks.
Riot call brought police.
John Farrell, booked on attempted
j arson charges. Two suspicious fires
in printing shop at 924 W. Taylor,
where he worked.
Edward Mitchell, 47 E. 31st, lured
into vacant house, 2965 Federal St.,
on business promise. Beaten and
Sergeant Mathew Homer, Ken
sington police, won 16-year fight for
reinstatement before Judge Gibbons.
James Krejci, 5315 Greenwood av.,
chauffeur, bruised. Auto hit another.
Second car sped away.
Mrs. Rob't Heesen, 8050 Bond av.,
told judge her husband chased her
around house with hatpin. Sent to
Bridewell for 6 months.
Four alleged boy auto bandits ac
cused of terrorizing north side weex
ago to be arraigned in boys' court
Henry Pontorno, 154 W. 22d st., ar
rested for larceny by bailee, dis
charged. Clients unable to prove
they had given cash.
Rob't Thompson, former U. S. con
sul to Aix-la-Chapell, suing E. C.
Crawford for $10,000. Alleged libel.
Western Ass'n General Baggage
Agents in convention favored rectan
gular baggage. Easier to handle.
Arthur Proudiove, to be released
from Bridewell March 20, will be ar
rested, charged with forgery in
Trial of Jos. Fish, former fire in
surance adjuster, accused of arson,
to end today.
'c --.I- M Becker, 1336 Wellington
av.. Dfimnr.ratifi aldermanin cnnittftattC
I oi 4tu ward, got warrant for August
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