Newspaper Page Text
-y2tp-3iTgrw'CTir.i mujcinr -pjp
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:34; sunset, 6:14.
Frank Logan, 2612 Indiana av.,
dead. Fell downstairs.
Lloyd Samson . held to grand jury
for murder of Andrew Panjak in Blue
Chas. Wrobbski, 1226 S. Union av.,
told police he can't remember any
burglaries he has committed.
Frank La Bellarte, 562 Forquer, ar
rested in Hotel La Salle with hatchet,
sent to asylum.
Chas. A. Kinney, 926 Margate ter.,
who fought Art institute guard who
tried to eject him, found not guilty
in Judge Graham's court of disorder
ly conduct Witness said it was a
put-up job on Kinney.
No more dining cars on the Penn
sylvania. Will hereafter be called
Miss Sadie Hannan, member of a
wealthy Kenosha family, ended life
in rooming house, 1943 Prairie av.
H. F. Kirchoff, 821 Washtenaw av.,
held up for $1.
After 10 years' fight depositors of
defunct Milwaukee Av. State bank
accept compromise of $20,000 for
their claim of $250,000 still coming
Voters urged to vote for $1,000,
000 park improvement bond issue at
Lincoln park refectory mass meeting.
Wife 14 years old, Mrs. 1st Samuel
Smile, seeking divorce. Married a
year ago in Persia.
Marquis de Lafayette Williams, 99,
"friend of the kids," dead at Jas. C.
King Home for Old Men.
Establishment of zones of safety
on busy streets, especially where
many people board streetcars, urged
by citizens' traffic and safety com
mission. Jos. Pagorda, 764 Bunker, and
Michael Senese, 1156 Taylor, musi
cians, injured when auto was hit by
Triplets born to Mrs. Maurice
gtein, 1551 S. Turner av.
Det Chief Hunt believes man who
hanged self near Milford, Conn., was
Jean Crones. Wore Chicago clothing
initialed "C." One of Crones' pals
lived at Milford.
Louise Kuehnle, 822 W. North av..
and sweetheart, Albert Whitman,
3635 N. Albany, each given 30 days
and fined $100 for theft of diamond
ring from Mrs. Carl Moderwell, 5944
W. R. Benedict, 3945 Lake Park
av., didn't pay board bill, says Met
ropole hotel. Suing him for $891.65.
Chas. C. Jazwenski, real estate
broker, 1632 W. Division, missing. So
is $1,800 of Alexander Piotrowski,
1520 WT Superior. Warrant issued.
When she was named as co-respondent
in divorce suit, Miss Helen
Love, 2929 W. 36th, broke off engage
ment with Theo Donewald. Name
cleared. Wedding will be April 26.
W. W. Shaw Co. again slashed taxi
prices, cutting hour rates for limou
sines to $3 and meter rates to 30
cents for first third of a mile, 10 cents
for each additional third.
Dr. W. C. Huntington, in charge of
local branch of bureau of foreign and
domestic commerce, says Chicago is
natural center of overseas trade.
Government dropped morphine
selling charge against Rev. H. M.
Carroll, pastor Fulton Av. African M.
W. E. Grady, New York school ex
pert who has been studying Wirt
school system, says Gary plan is not
suited for big city use.
"Big brother" movement will be
started in all parishes of Chicago
Catholic archdiocese by Holy Name
society at request of Archbishop
Illinois Central will establish 23
hour, solid Pullman car train, Chi
cago to New Orleans, next fall. Best
time now 26 hours.
Mrs. Clara Brand left $200,000 by
brewer-husband, Rudolph Brand.
Rest of fortune goes to children.