NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:06; sunset, 4:19.
First slot machine confiscated in
anti-gambling crusade. Wm. Kauf
man, 32 Quincysalqc-nkeeper, is the
Suit against H. F. Donnelly and
R. G. Ingersoll over alleged fraudu
lent land sales dismissed.
Arguments on quo warranto pro
ceedings against Chicago Board of
Underwriters to be heard Dec. 15.
Trial of Stanley Stack and Sam
Malrick for murder of John Slumski,
banker, started. Choosing jury.
Mayor Thompson and license com
mittee of city council had conference
Geo. Spogin, 4636 S. Paulina, job
less, found dead in police cell.
Mrs. Fanny Hamilton, 15 W. 94th,
robbed of purse by two men, 92d and
State. Got $2.71.
While on way to County hospital
for treatment Harry Morgan, 326
Federal, died in crowded Harrison st
car. Companion did not know he
was dead until time to get. off.
Mrs. Helen Jansky, 4317 Irving
Park blvd., sued for $10,000 by A.
Baxter, 4107 N. Tripp av., who says
he fell in darij hallway and dislodged
silver plate in h:-. skull.
Mrs. Guido Sotimidt, 6040 Union
av., believeti hubby a suicide. Now
she thinks his suicide was only a
fake to abandon her and she wants
hnn found and arrested on nonsup
port charge. In California, she says.
Public hearing on contamination
of lake water to be held by council
committee at 2 p. m. Dredges drop
filth is charge.
Mrs. Magnelena Garlasco found
not guilty of passing counterfeit
coins by jury in Judge Landis' court.
Patrick McCarthy, former private
banker and real estate dealer, indict
ed again as he appeared for trial on
Mrs. Lawrence G. Hallberg, 61
Bellevue pi., got $313,000 estate of
Paul Cooper, cited for contempt by
Jifdge Windes in circuit court, must
serve sentence, appellate court finds.
Otoman Zar Adusht Hanish, "little
master" of sun cult, went to Bride
well to start six months' term.
Dr. Laura J. Ross, 4656 Winches
ter av., third woman in TJ. S. to re
ceive title of "M. D.," dead.
Martin D. Clausen, 7, 3753 Wright
wood av., killed by auto of Alivina M.
Flagg, Elmwood Park, at Wright
wood and Lawndale avs.
Thirty men arrested in gambling
raid on flat at 2547 Lincoln av. Race
track dope sheets found.
MaH. Whitney, 5053 Grandblvd.,
retired attorney, died on Pennsylva
nia train on way to city.
Catherine McDermott, 8, 6418 S.
Union av., killed by milk wagon
driven by Carl Lundmark, 5814 S.
Two men who tried unsuccessfully
to hold up Frank Gerno, saloonkeep
er, Hoyne av. and Ohio, captured.
Wm. Mattern, 2152 W. Jackson
blvd., slugged and robbed of $50 by
two men at Jackson and Throop.
Fred Parker, wanted for theft of
67 autos, arrested by Motorcycle Po
liceman Roy Hessler and Chris Lund
at Chicago av. and Clark.
. Charles R. Corwith, prominent
real estate dealer, died suddenly at
home, 1945 Prairie av. Cerebral,
Cap't P. D. O'Brien, former head of
detective bureau under suspension,
Mrs. Mary Wilson, 2931 South Park
av., received box filled with candy
containing poison. Police seeking
Portland, Ore. To prove Dr. Har
ry Haiselden's theory of defective
children wrong, Miss Helen Kiel
block, trained nurse, legally adopted
subnormal child. Says she will rear
her to healthy and happy womanhood.
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