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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Gen. J. C. Black, civil war veteran,
jformer congressman and former
TJ. S. commissioner of patents, died
suddenly in room at Palmer House.
South Side "L" warned by state
.public utilities commission to replace
decayed guard rails on stockyards
, Eastland disaster has destroyed
profitable lake transportation, says
R. E. McCleary, inspector of naviga
tion. Jas. Bech, 55, 2729 S. Spaulding av.,
found by wife dead on woodpile.
Frank Hamick, 33, 4554 S. Laflin,
out of work, hanged self to doorknob
with sheet Dead.
Police boat fails to find body re
ported floating in river.
A. C. Chamberlain, lawyer, charg
ed Jos. Baglow $150 to get him out
of jafl. Judge Prindiville made him
reduce fee to $15.
Fifty offer blood to save life of A. A.
Doleys, John R. Thompson's restaur
Mrs. Minnie Reginski, 1312 Lin
oln, found woman ransacking
apartment Mrs. Frances Scardon,
21, 1847 N. Hoyne av., arrested.
Martin Seymour, 623 W. 48th, shot
in left shoulder at 48th and Halsted.
c-harles Conners, 829 Johns pL, ar
rested. Frank Roler, 657 N. Ashland av.,
aid Frances Wisner, 18, 1450 Dick
son, arrested in barn. Roler fined
$5 and costs.
"Diamond" beach at foot of Oak
st will soon be re-opened.
Bert Benson, 16, 61st and Peoria,
and Howard Wright, 2610 W. Chi
cago av., arrested cutting into apart
ment door. Police believe they rob
bed Geo. Mail, 5207 Lakewood av., of
$1,000 worth of stuff.
S. P. Buchanan, broker, 4937
Washington Park pi., who was re
cently sued for $25,000 breach of
promise by Miss Billie Hall, mani
curist, now sued for divorce.
W. A. Hutchins, wireless operator
aboard tug Favorite, which raised the
Eastland, under observation for his
Mollie Annunziato, 16, 675 Roscoe,
bruised by auto of Lambert Cox, 862
Mrs. Frank Banko and children un
injured when lightning struck their
home, 8557 Buffalo av.
John Capella, 1300 W. 50th, asked
police to look for son John, who ran
away Sunday with John Zigman, an
Mrs. Kate Clark, who tried to jump
from Clark st bridge because she
could not get work, given home by
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Peterson", 7715
Judge Mangan heeded plea of J. J.
Lynch and Archie Cochran. They
will get license for saloon, 1826 Wa
bash av., refused by Mayor Thomp
son. 32 women employes of County hos
pital discharged by civil service com
mission because they were not citi
zens of United States.
Adolph Miller, 1242 W. Kinne,
knocked down and bruised by auto
of Jas. Ress, 3604 S. Morgan.
Phillip Block, 14, 1208 W. 14th st,
fell from bicycle. Dead.
Burglar attempted to enter 'noma
of Police Lieut David Fitzgerald,
4419 Washington blvd. Frightened
Fireman Joseph Franz, 2106 N. ..
Avers av., ran spike through hand
trying to move timbers on Eastland
Stanley Polacki, 2520 Shakespeare
av., held for stealing from mails. Sec
ond time accused.
Albert Denizen, 824 N. Wood,
taken to Detention hospital after he
threatened family with death.
Vincent Bill, 2288 Elston av., bit
ten or right leg by dog believed mad.
Body of Edward Mandelstein, cash- '
ier, found in basement of Jacob