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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 24, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Berkely Morton, 14, 5625 Maryland
av., missing since Monday. Police
searching.
Coroner investigating death of Mrs.
Mary Montecki, 2216 S. Sacramento
av., reported as result of illegal op
eration. Will of late Jacob Custer of law
firm of Custer & Cameron, left all to
widow living at 3928 Grand blvd.
Six families driven from flat build
ing at 5616 Prairie av., when fire in
basement smoked up structure. Loss
$550.
Rev. Johnston Meyers, Immanuel
Baptist church still feeding 1,000 men
daily although cash supply is failing.
Mrs. Jeanette Jones, 6735 S. Laflin,
arrested while posing as solicitor for
charitable home, paroled one year.
Anton Sedlack, shoemaker, 3026
Seminary av., whose wife said he was
saving to go to Germany, ordered to
give her all his money or take three
months in Bridewell.
Work begun on Franklin park, to
be built between 14th and 16th sts.,
Tripp and Kohn avs. To have $65,
000 swimming pool, largest in Chi
cago. Mark Gordon, 3120 Parnell av., ar
rested as "con" man after insurance
policy sold to Mrs. Dora Cohen, 3612
S. Halsted, failed to produce.
Examination today of amateur
wireless telegraph operators who are
not registered at 13th floor of Fed
eral bldg.
Judge Carpenter ordere'd deporta
tion of Frank Chiaravallotti, suppos
ed to have been owner of dive at 20th
and Dearborn.
Vernon L. Bean, who left job as
sec'y to Chief Gleason, to return to
job. Now serving as corporation
counsel.
Body of Edward Stogdill, 4643
Greenwood av., found with bullet in
temple. Had threatened suicide.
Capt Halpin and Lieut. B. O'Brien,
former detective bureau heads, to be
tried next week. Indicted as grafters.
$20,000 claim against estate of
Curtiss Gunn, $330,000, filed by First
Trust and Savings bank. Unpaid
note.
Dr. Louis P. Weinberg, Ligonier,
"nd., to be tried Thursday. Indicted
for alleged violation of white slave
laws in taking Grace Locher, patient,
about country.
Local Industries Committee work
ing to settle fight of city and Santa
Fe R. R. over track rights lasting
since 1853.
Arrangements being made to get
substitute judge to serve for Judge
H. V. Freeman, superior court, ill in
Florida.
Lillian Krueger, 17, 9021 S. Car
penter will recover. Took poison
when found by mother in saloon.
Grant Seymour, 3835 Calumet av.,
freed by Judge Gemmill on recovery.
Tried suicide when he said Edith
Brown, 4051 Prairie av., refused to
marry mm.
Att'y Fred Holy, for Peter Kane, al
leged robber, told police he knew
where Albert Vasey was hiding. Re
fused to disclose place.
Gieto Gravango, 7707 Greenwood
av., says he killed father because of
beating. ,
Stanley Zone, 2602 W. 24th st,
suicided while police, expecting at
tempt, were seeking him. Used rope.
Mrs. Mary Roberts, caretaker of
office building at 1600 W. Garfield
blvd., beaten by man who demanded
morphine.
George Ulrich, 36, and John Gal
lagher, 60, rescued from river by po
licemen. Ulrich fell while working
onv bridge. Gallagher went to rescue.
Judge Mahoney will force all pick
pockets arraigned before him to go
to trial quickly, he announced.
A. Massover & Co., jewelers in
Mentor Bldg., taken into bankruptcy
court Assess $30,000, liabilities $50,
000, claimed.
Mayor Harrison told chief of po
lice not to arrest auto owners who al-
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