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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
' Jas. Fire fined $100 and sentenced
to 30 days because' Savoy hotel, 705
S. State, violated morals law.
H. C. Hackney expelled from Board
of Trade under charge that he re
ported false sales. "
Ethel Dingbat and six others fined
$3 for being inmates of 3517 S. State.
Belle McKing fined $10 as keeper.
Hymen Berman, 18, 562 Maxwell,
held. His motorcycle hit Mrs. An
tonio Worski, widow, 2254 W. 23d,
Majestic Bldg. Co., owning Majes
tic hotel, 29 Quincy, asks injunction
against State's Att'y Hoyne collect
ing unpaid 1913 taxes.
W. F. Schultz, fireman Engine Co.
No. 8, grabbed runaway team. Drag
ged block befdre lime stopped them.
Mrs. Catharine Scholle, 3921 Wil
cox av., awakene by noise in apart
ment Telephoned police. Chas.
Gordon, alias Chas. Smith, arrested.
Swedish club gave luncheon in
honor of departure of Ira Nelson
Morris to resume post as minister to
Larcus Walker, 14, deaf mute,
Hattiesburg, Miss., rode "banana spe
cial" freight to Chicago. Intended
taking short trip. Trapped in car.
Prof. Thos. A. Knott, U. of Chi
cago, says Chicago may become the
standard city of country for spoken
English, replacing Boston.
Annie Allikus, 1815 S. Union av.,
who deserted her bridegroom, Jas.
Venckus, on morning of wedding, re
turned next day. Said she wanted to
think it over. They will be wedded
B. L. Newton, ass't sec'y of treas
ury, in Chicago last night Said he
favored 12-story postofnce for Chi
cago's West Side.
Twelve ill at Eli Bates settlement
house result of eating toadstools they
thought were mushrooms.
Shc-'ff John E Trae-ro- appointed
8 deputies to guard Wheeling town
ship to aid prevention of hoof plague.
Maisie Weston, chorus girl, says
Geo. Blymas, clerk Eastwood hotel,
took her to hotel under cover of re-
volver. Swore out warrant for him
Thirteen battalion chiefs of firs'
dep't took examination for ass't fire
Parcel post matter may now be inj
sured up to $100, instead of $50.
J. P. Doyle, New Century hotel,
knocked down by auto. Skull frac
tured. Mrs. Christina Ortag, Sebewaing,
Mich., died in home of Mrs. M. Weis
miller, 1507 Mohawk, of blood poi
soning, result of alleged self-performed
Miss Ray Price, "Maid in America'
actress, rescued from drowning, by
Jas. Wrenshaw, Wilson beach life
Mandel Sitron, 10, 1243 W. 14tn,
hit by delivery wagon. Legs broken.
Margaret Ver Valin, 330 Garfield
av., held up by youth. Hit her over
head with gun. Grappled with him.
Purse dropped, spilling $200. Youth
fled, firing gun. Got only $2.25.
West Park civil service board elect
ed Wm. F. Grower president and Edw.
Patrick Condon, 1122 E. 56th, dis
appeared from Mercy hospital, at
tired in blue bathrobe.
Nicholas Stubenrauch, 1534 W.
61st, fined $25 for stealing loaf of
bread and pound of butter from Ro
senberg's departm't store, Evanston.
Mrs. Catherine Rossiter, 25, 3054
Calumet av., swallowed poison tab
lets. Will recover.
B. B. and G. B. Levee, proprietors
Indiana theater, 219 W.43d, bankrupt
Sam Rosenbaum, 2155 Evergreen
av., held on perjury charge by fed
eral officials. Charged he misrepre
sented facts regarding surety bond.
Edward McElligott, 14, 507 W. 42d,
killed 44th st railroad tracks.
Sandy, dog belonging to Mrs. E. L.
Hasler, Lake Forest, committed sui
cide because his collar was given to
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