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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Sadie Harmon, 38, 2943
Prairie av., found dead from gas. Be
Two masked robbers got $20 from
saloon of Sam Cohen, 537 W. 26th.
Held up policeman who interfered.
Edward O'Donnell, 2448 W. 47th,
charged with murder of Hugh Coo
han, shot in political feud.
School Trustee John W. Eckhart
started movement to establish bands
among high school boys.
Negro pursesnatcher got $28 in
pocketbook taken from Mrs. George
Kersten, wife of criminal court judge.
Two robbers got $45 and $75 dia
mond stud in raid on saloon of Pat
rick Scanlon, 5445 Wentworth av.
Tilden Peterson, 19, arrested in
stolen auto after being shot at twice
by motorcycle policeman.
Drug store of Edward Finkelstein,
258 W. 61st st, robbed. Intruder sot
Five customers lined up by bandits,
who robbed them of $30 in saloon of
O'Brien & Home, 60 E. 30th.
Arthur Navarre, former banker,
brought back from St Louis to face
charge of Fort Dearborn bank that
he took $1,472.
Fred J. Jordan, Lake Forest, arrest
ed on warrant signed by wife.
Stephen Mann, 9, arrested near
Summerdale station. Ran away
from home in South-Chicago.
Dr. Peter C. Clemenson, member
board of education, arrested for
Mrs. Vera Brickman, 21, 1501 W.
Walton, tried suicide. Poison. Will
recover. Family quarrel believed the
Civil service com'n denied rehear
ing to Ex-Lieut William Ambrose,
fired in 1912.
Northern Michigan Transportation
Co., made bid for space on new mu
Four officers of Put Away Trouble
club arrested after dance given in W.
Chicago clubhouse, March 23.
Sunrise, 5:36; sunset; 6:13.
John Dolsky, charged with attack
in 1913 upon Margaret Dunny, 1955
W. Huron, held to grand jury. Ar
rested after he had finished sentence
for attack on Connecticut woman.
Miss Holda Oman, 907" S. Union
av., arrested for leaving baby on a
doorstep, discharged when she prom
ised to care for child.
Man, believed Youngve Person, 804
Wrightwood av., knocked from Bel
mont av. platform by "L" train.
Skull probably fractured.
Archie H. Cohen elected president
of Young Men's Federated Jewish
Jas. Onchak, 4318 S. Ashland av.,
arrested after death of wife whom he
had pushed against sewing machine.
Burglars got $400 worth of jew
elry and silver, Mrs. Jean Montgom
ery's home, 6215 South Park av.
Hubert Stoddard, 406 Armour, ar
rested on charge of stealing letter
from mail box of H. Carsons & Co.,
567 W. Lake.
Gov. Dunne commuted 5-year sen
tence of Rob't Bown.
Geo. R. Durgan, attorney for
Montgomery Ward & Co., sued for
separate maintenance by wife, who
accuses him of possesing ungovern
Corporation Counsel Ettleson rati
fied appointment of Att'ys S. A. Fos
ter and W. E. Thorne as special coun
sels. Mrs. Elizabeth Hoffman, 1216 S.
Millard av., hurt by auto at State and
Charles Brown, 4617 N. Racine av.,
arrested. Women say he carted
away sewing machines to repair
them; never returned.
Richard Fleischer arrested on
Mann act charges. Accused of trans
porting girl from Kansas City to San
Robber got $125 and jewelry from
home of Mrs. Fred Busse, widow of
former mayor, 4852 Sheridan rd.