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;NEW50F THEvDAY CONCERNING CHIGAGO
Thirteen bitten by dogs yesterday.
Thomas Rigney, 4, 3058, W. Congress
ct, bitten on -face.
Frank Hellmiller, 5044 S. State-st,
wanted permission to ,drop "Hell"
from name. Granted
$1,250 sent by Chicago Orangemen
to Ulster to fight home rule.
Morris Nudelman found guilty of
arson. May get 20 years.
. Six families made homeless by
blaze at 6354 St. Lawrence aV. Loss
Council committee would make
minimum penalty for "gun-toting""
$100. Maximum remains at $200.
Samuel "Pachino, 906 Cambridge
av., fined $200 and costs for "gun
toting." Dean Albion Small, University of
Chicago, says "Economic system is
unconvincing. Claims there can be no
free competition where many haye
nothing and few have much. . '
Jas. Cruenbaum, liquor salesman,
arrested. Wanted in Nome, Alaska,
for passing worthless checks.
Plans for North Side casino drop
ped. Protest of Lake Shore residents
against millionaire tango dub suc
cessful $4,513 collected ytisterday for Baby
Michael Jarvess, father of 13 chil
dren, ordered to send children to
school. Refused. Changed mind
when threatened with jail.
Joseph Bodo, 2217 Milwaukee ave.,
Mrs. Mary Litner and Margaret Dav
aney, 2451 Harvard st, injured when
auto collided with street car.
Edmund F. Winters sued for $10,
000 by Clara Friemuth. Alleged
breach of promise.
Ministers shocked by students' an
tics. Presbyterian Assembly would
save them from women, tango and
Ling system of physical culture be
ing tested in schools. Board will have-
to borrow $1,108,784 to cover cost of
building and sites.
Methods of I. C. revpjtled at hear
ing of Glyde R. Bates' saloon license
petition. -Evidence sh&wed tha rail
road helped saloons in return"fdr Trill
ing street car extension'.
Plan for "L" and street car merger
revived. Heads of systems want
scheme reconsidered. ' '
"Tom" Kenealy,15,1915AyersaV., -ran
away. Jailed for stealing mfllc In
Aurora. Few hours later uncle died
leaving him $500,000. -
"Jack" Lynch, 2, 6125 Drexel av.,
fell against bed. Scratched head.
Dead. Blood poisoning. - fc
Compromise favorably considered
by wage scale committee of Brick
makers' Union. If executive council
accepts report 150,000 building trade
workers will return to work tomor
Psycopathic laboratory of Muni
cipal Court to certify babies offered
for .adoption. Will tell wOuld-be par
ents if child is sub-normaL
. University of Chicago co-eds want
sewing room and manicure parlor in
new $250,000 gymnasium.
Basadub Bhatacharya, Hindoo stu
dent, University of Chicago, arraign
ed for contributing to delinquency of
Ruth More, 5, 6031 Drexel av. Mother
of child complaining witness.
Casey Jones, eccentric negro musi
cian, freed by Judge Stewart on play
Patrick Kane, engine company No.
23, stopped runaway horse by flying
leap. Slightly hurt
Miss Margaret Scott, 19, 6453
Woodlawn av., suicided. Poison.
Mrs. Edna Williams, 30, 3515 In- '
diaha av.r quarreled with, hubby.
Swallowed poison. May recover.
$118,000 estate of Christian Hi
Hanson goes to family.
Aaron Goldstein, 5207 Prairie av.,
took taxi ride. Wouldn't pay $7 bill.
Paul Stone, 27-E. 16th st., attlcketf
and robbed by four armed men. Jaw
fractured. $8 and watch taken.