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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Out goes amusement park gam
bling. Gleason says so.
Wilmette council refused permit
Col. Ceo. Fabyan found guilty of
assault on newspaper man. Fined $5.
Mrs. Anna Marshall, 1043 W. 97th
st, killed by C, R. I. & P. train at
97th st. Unguarded grade.
Gabriel Rakoczy, 19, 860 N. San
gamon st., dead. Locomotive.
City to settle bookkeeping trouble
of traction lines by making an audit.
H. O. Erickson, 3043 Clifton av.,
wired mother, "Marooned." Message
arrived, "Married." Chilly reception.
Fred Conners, 6, 2731 Washington
blvd., in swimming. Cramps. Res
cued. Seven Chicago women reported
Mrs. Benjamin Frankel, 5203 In
diana av., swimming at Chicago
Beach. Clothes swiped. Borrowed
Engineer emptied water tank on
Railway Exchange Bldg. by mistake.
Many drenched by water.
Commercial Law League feasted
ten newly weds.
Jas Bruff, sup't Bureau of Justice,
appointed dis't att'y. To present evi
dence in Mann act cases.
John Thompson, 526 Aldine sq.,
arrested for removing sod from side
walk on 113th st
Walter Ceary, 6335 Ellis, unble to
get work. Stole diamond ring.
Hermann Suhd, 1455 W. 13th st.,
stabbed b yteamster after quarrel.
Suhd's team blocked street. Assail
Miner Redman, 2700 S. State st.,
held to grand jury for stealing ex
press wagon of Frank Arnold, 8952
Christ Puchman, carpenter, killed.
Fell from second story of building at
4446 S. Maplewood av.
Martin J. Costello, 8911 Brandon
av., burned when motorcycle tank ex
ploded. Lighted cigaret cause. ,
Red lights will be put on street
lamps near fire boxes.
Mrs. Dorothy Hartung, 63, 3440
Franklin blvd., killed by car at Broad
way and Balmoral avs.
Wife suing Robt. Gillespie, pres. J.
Gillespie Lumber Co., for divorce. De
sertion. Wm. Schultz, manager of City Loan
Co., reports 10-year-old son missing.
Autos collided at 35th st. and West
ern av. Nine hurt.
Liboro Vessi, 1106 Larrabee St.,
shot three times in "Black Hand"
quarrel. May die.
After two days of mediation be
tween officials of firemen and en
ginemen and managers of western
railroads before the federal bo'ard of
arbitration the situation remains
about the same.
Evanston folks ordered to replace
defective garbage cans.
Thirty typewriter desks purchased
for Bowen high school.
Neighbors say that children of
Thos. Reeve, broker who shot Paul
Kelley, are neglected. Reeve brought
Suffrage conference at Hotel Sher
Pickpockets robbed W. R. Miller,
Nashville, Tenn. Got $15 and $70
Louis Jones, janitor, claimed to
have invested $57,000 with W. R. Wol
lenbar, 35 S. Dearborn st. Suing.
Suffragets opened tea shop in loop.
Mrs. Mary Flavelle, Chicago wo
man shot in Italy, coming home.
Arrest two as robbers of M. Mes
singer, lunch room man. Got $250.
James Smith, painter, 5547 Ingle
side av., fell from roof of three-story
building at 5483 Dorchester av. Dead.
Olive Wilmot, Milwaukee girl,,
found on streets suffering from
"dope." Removed from House of
Correction to home by father.
Man posing as water meter inspec
tor attempted to mistreat Charlotte