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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
, James Kane, alleged con man, ar
rested. Said to have tried to sell the
"Great Lakes" fountain in Grant
Park to W. S. Lavin, Sioux City.
Alfred Meltzer, Maywood, who
raised German flag over home, says
he meant no insult to U. S.
Supreme court ruled only mayor
has power to free Bridewell prison
ers. Wm. Briggs, clerk, inherited $33,
000 by will of father, E. D. Briggs,
U. S. Judge Anderson underwent
Alexander Mook, plumber, 2744
Princeton, electrocuted while clean
ing sewer in Edelweiss Gardens.
Wife had Jos. Glon, 3231 N. Ham
lin, arrested. Said he had been
"walking the dog" with other wom
"en. Promised to be good.
, Czechs and Slovaks to pledge loy
alty to U. S. at anti-hyphen meeting
in Coliseum, July 4.
Mrs. Virginia Brooks Washburne
filed $75,000 damage suit against
Mrs. A. C. Eichler, who named her as
"other woman" in seperation suit.
. Municipal judges' pay raise may be
put up to voters at November elec
tion. Finance committee refused tag
day permit for benefit of Dublin suf
.ferers. Twenty-one Chicago couples mar
ried in Crown Point.
Richard Ostenrider, manager Edel
weiss Gardens, arrested on charge of
operating restaurant without license.
State Sen. Morton D. Hull is De
neen candidate for governor.
James Rogan, wanted in Omaha
and Minneapolis, arrested by Serg.
Jas. Bailey, who got him 21 years
ago for picking pockets.
Bronislaw Talmont shot dead in
Melrose Park saloon fight Harry
H. L. Scriba and D. F. Kenna, wa
ter pipe extension dep't, who face
padded pay roll charges, quit jobs,
Motorcyclist knocked down and in
jured Sofia Tugana, 7, 2026 Washte
naw av., and sped away.
Harry Krebetke, 14, 1539 Wolfram
st, hurt by auto driven by W. E.
Chapman, 4545 N. Campbell av.
Mrs. W. Robbins Rowe, 5227 Cor
nell av., got divorce and $350 month
alimony. Husband left her.
Action on development of indus
trial harbor in Lake Calumet post
poned until fall by city council.
Frank H. McGraw, 8105 Bennett
av., showed judge love letters wife
got from "Eddy." Divorce.
Postmaster Dixon Williams lost
suitcase as he was preparing to leave
Thos. A. Smyth, pres. sanitary
board, sued to recover on note for
$5,000 given by Mrs. Susie Lorimer
and endorsed by her and Wm. Lor
imer. Harry Hansen, laborer, killed by
plank thaffell from building at 208
Saloons of O. A. Plamondon, 3935
S. California av., and Mrs. Mary Gun
kel, 1759 W. 12th St., lost licenses.
Sunday law violations.
Bob O'Hara, recently arrested with
girl, started on western trip with
wife. Trying to get away from drink
Ellis Talmadge, 123 W. Madison,
held to grand jury on charge of op
erating con game.
Mrs. Florence Ludwig, 6742 Lake
wood av punched M. C. Dunn,
Windsor-Clifton hotel, while in
courtroom. Dunn arrested and fined
$10 when Mrs. Ludwig says he flirted
Peter Jacks, 1706 N. Ashland, of
fered mule lump of sugar and mule
nearly swallowed his head.
Frank Anthonis arrested. Wanted
in St Louis on safeblowing charge.
Clarendon municipal bathing beach
formally dedicated this afternoon.
Mrs. Lucius O. Meacham says her
hubby once pushed her fe front, qt