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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Wife of Albert . B. Caffee, Cedar
Rapids, la., missing. Believed in
Aid. John J. Coughlin's sec'y,
Chas. Pribish, joined First Cavalry.
Jas. Lloyd, Indianapolis negro, ar
rested after pulling knife on Officer
Geo. De Mar.
Judge Clarence Goodwin urged for
Hughes' vacancy on Supreme bench.
Geo. F. Colebaugh, Jr., 761 E. 37th,
eloped to Crown Point with Helen
Lowenstein. His mother thinks, it
The council judiciary committee
O. K'd theaters within 200 feet of
Judge Landis said bankruptcy
court was refuge for "crooks and
Chief Healey sure John Rudnick,
killed by Officer Coley Madden, is the
slayer of Bror Johnson.
Anti-crime commission against pa
role to second offenders.
Rain flooded Rogers Park base
Anton Hammen, wholesale liquor
dealer, 4903 Janssen av., fined $25
and costs for selling liquor retail on
Dr. John Dill Robertson resigned
professorship at Loyola university.
Wm. Lardner arrested for alleged
violation of anti-drug act
Geo. Jungmeyer, Marengo, III.,
found shot and killed in room at Ho
tel Best, 23 W. Van Buren. Police
Rosina Chipperta, 14, West Ham
mond, who shot and killed man that
tried to attack her, acquitted and
praised for act
Jas. R. Turbet, 77, 1643 Congress,
found dead in bed. .
Unidentified man killed by C. &
E. I. train near Chicago Heights.
Frank Bott,919 Aberdeen st., held
to grand jury on charge of murder
ing his brother.
Harry S. Lang, 3047 Norwood av.,
dropped dead on Clark street car.
Berwyn city council will recom-
mend extension of Metropolitan "I
to 68th av. i
Geo. H. Melvin, 4156 Burley av., in-i
jured when motorcycle was run!
down by auto of Dr. A. K. Gunther,,
1,400 children given working cer
8,848 books stolen from Chicago
public library in one year.
Divorced wife of Jimmy Ryan
"king of clairvoyants," suicide in,
Lusk, Wyo. Love affair blamed.
Sargis Y. Baaba, Persian vice con
sul in Chicago, sued Paul S. Newey,
editor of Young Assyrian, for $25,000
for alleged newspaper attacks.
Young man and woman sought, in
mysterious shooting of Wm. Rebbe
on Lake Shore drive.
Mrs. Hazel Silverman, who admit
ted she stole from Chas. A. Stevens
& Bros., released on bonds. Case
continued until June 11.
Desplaines street police after "bo
gus restaurants'" connected with sa
loons. Black Handers suspected in dyna
mite blast at 503 N. Dearborn sL
Victor Schneider, 14, 2019 Nor
wood av., riding on wagon, stuck out
head. Hit by car. May die.
$4,500 bonds of Harry Werner; al
leged swindler, forfeited. Tony May,
bondsman, pleaded that Werner was
killed in European war.
Robbers held up Herbert Silver,
paymaster of North Side Sash &
Door Co. Took $30 but overlooked
satchel containing $825.
BLAME CONCERN FOR MAN'S -SPECULATIONS
Because the officials of the Bank
of Adair, 111., claim that the firm of
Adolph Kempner & Co., 141 W. Jack
son blvd., knew Walter Sperling,
cashier, was spending the bank's
money in his speculations, suit was
filed for $1,000 against the Kompner