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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Stephen A. Malato has quit job as
assistant state's attorney to engage
in private practice.
Fred Buckminster, former detective
serg't, -who forfeited 30,000 bond fol
lowing arson charge7"arrested again.
Pierce Shannon, county statistic
ian, signed birth certificate for Pierce
Mrs. Ellen Mandefille, 500 Diversey
pkwy., lost $4,500 worth of bonds
half an hour after buying them.
Pound in department store and re
turned to her.
John Honel, Forest Park, fined $5u
for selling beer from wagon in Oak
Miss Hattie McNamara, 5537 Bish
op, 'fined $25, father discharged. "Dis
orderly conduct charge.
Man dropped dead in Peter Borow
ski's saloon, 1659 W. 22d.
Aid. Frank Klaus dismissed on dis
orderly charge. No prosecution.
Abraham Isaac, 1766 Carroll av.,
saloonkeeper, and Frank Donnelly, a
neighbor, arrested on complaint of
Mrs. Anna Hamlet, 403 N. Wood, who
says Isaac offered her $15 not to pros
ecute Frank, Starck on burglary
Stanley Kuntkowski, 5, 2932 N.
Hamlin av., dead. Played with fire.
Mary Csontos being brought back
from Cleveland to face charge of
stealing from Howard Hammond,
4037 N. Leamington av., and Mrs.
McKay, 6200 Sheridan rd.
Jos. Wash, 11758 Indiana av..
drowned in Calumet river while flee
ing from men.
Walter Dechars. rejected by Wod
simiers Rhichars, both 4622 S. Hon
o're, killed self with gun as he held
' Mme. Schumann-Heink canceled
concert date when she learned John
McCormack was to sing in Chicago
Red Cross denies that red tape has
caused Eastland victim families to
Police Chief Healey talked vice
prevention to his captains.
G. C. Potts, C. B. & Q. engineer,
suing W. M. Christian, $25,000, alien
ation of wife's affections.
Mrs. G. E. Belknap, 4059 S. Park
av.. shot self in head. Condition is
critical Husband had questioned her
Miss E. Emily Napieralski, sec'y
Polish Women's Alliance, will protest
against treatment of Dunning pa
tients to governor.
Chicago Drug Clerks' ass'n will as
sist in prosecutions of state drug law
Chas. P. McCauley and Jos. R. Bur
res, attorneys in Ralph Brumbaugh
divorce case, staged fist fight.
Dr. A. L. Blunt 9 W. Harrison,
spent last night in jaiL Couldn't get
bondsman. Charged with violating
Canadian sold Chicago druggists
big batch of fake salvarsan.
J. H. Walker, pres. III. Fed. of La
bor; Mrs. Raymond -Robbins, O. G.
Mayer and A. H Atwood appointed
by Gov. Dunne as advisory board,
free employment office.
Great Lakes Towing Co., which has
$34,000 claim for raising Eastland,
asks immediate sale of its hulk.
Policeman Peter Small pursued
auto tire thief. Man threw tire and
"ringed" him. If thief hadn't collided
with another policeman rounding cor
ner Adams and Michigan av. he would
P. F. Ryan, 6428 S. Carpenter,
whom trust papers played up as
"union slugger," discharged by Judge
Graham of charge of hitting Nels
Enckson, blacksmith, 9855 Av. L.
Chicago suffragists, will auto pa-.
rade next Saturday.
The girl who spends a lot of tim
fussing over the apple of her eye fre
quently finds in the fruitage nothing
but a crab.