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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Chicago Womna's Club emergency
employment center located in Stev
ens bldg. to reopen today. Say men
employers slow in offering jobs.
Charles Ericson,-.bartender in sa
loon at 2359 W. 22d,shot by bandits.
Parents of Edna Glese, 17, 1450
Laramie av., refused to let her go to
dance. Took poison. Will recover.
Section of iron rail found wedged
into frog of B. & 0. tracks in South
Chicago. Police searching for train
Burgler ransacked apartments of
memhers of University Club, Evans
ton. According to estimate Illinois leads
Indiana as producer of poetry and
Walter Spengler, Chicago attorney,
arrested for speeding by Winnetka
police after 5-mile race.
Speeding auto struck Phillip Arena,
51st av. and Concord, Riding motor
cycle with sidecar which contained
his three phildren. All badly bruised.
Gertrude "Bnttgarti 5912 Aberdeen,
held up by;3-men; $12.
Ray Tucker, messenger boy, se
riously injured "when motorcycle was
struck by auto.
John Calley, sup't employment of
public welfare dep't, says he found
many farmers needed help in Wiscon
sin. May send some of Chicago's un
250 members Greek letter frats at
tended annual-convention in Hotel
La Salle. - '
John Allman, Kansas City, arrested.
Took laprobe from' auto. Out of
work and hungry.
Amilio Bolpe and two friends
armed selves to prevent firemen from
entering burning house at 644 W.
48th pi. Were drenched before being
Henry Rich, mayor of Berwyn, died
from burns received in explosion of
films on O. B. & Q. train Tuesday.
Home of Mrs. N. T. Nelson, 2150
N. Avers av., robbed. Gold watch
and chain, her mother's dying gift,
Pearl Haven brought here from
N. Y. on confession of George Wil
son, fire escape burglar, who robbed
many Hyde Park flats. Stolen jew
elry found in baggage.
Jacob Gullikesen, 145 Wabash av.,
dead. Believed heart disease.
Four bandits robbed saloon and
patrons of Mei Bros., 800 Crawford
av. $100. Customer resisted. Beaten.
Congressman Hammill, New Jer
sey, to speak at massmeeting in Ho
tel Sherman on retirement legisla
tion for civil service employes.
Chicago police asked to arrest
Mrs. Beulah Smith and daughter,
clairvoyants, by Rock Island police
Alleged to have swindled man out
George Irgang, Iowa farmer,
robber by 4 negroes, 31st and La
George Obenduf and Joseph King
in auto which struck and overturned
car of A. B. Taylor, 5725 Sheridan
$3,000 worth of clothing taken
from store of Michaels & Michaels,
1174 Milwaukee av. Recovered by
police in empty barn.
Murder theory dropped in Sheridan
road death. N. T. Burns believed to
have died of natural causes.
Judge Kersten to hear arguments
tomorrow as to whether indicted of
ficials of La Salle St bank shall be
forced to testify regarding city funds
in that bank.
Patrons of Royal "movie" theater,
747 N. Clark, scared when short cir
cuit caused small fire.
Stock yards to be divided by 12-foot
board fence to separate exposed and
Saloon of Fred Holland, 37 E. South
Water, robbed by two menr $11.
Two Italians held at detective bu
reau in connection with death of Jo
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