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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 26, 1912, Image 10

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i Body of man taken from lake at
E. 95th st. Saturday identified as
A. J. West, formerly of Cincin
nati. Police to investigate.
Fred Olson, 26, 1726 W. Super
ior st, and Oscar Lund, 14, W.
Superior st. and N. Western av.,
injured by explosion of benzine in
wagon shop of Martin Olson,
J056 W. Huron st.
, Two well-dressed burglars,
wearing Panama hats, entered
home of C. F. Schneider, '4531
Sheridan road, and carried away
clothing, jewelry and bric-a-brac
valued at $1,000. Family absent.
S. T. Anderson, 1011 School st,
and Mrs. E. L. Miller, 40, 3737 N.
Robey St., badly injured when
Belmont aye. car struck auto at
Lincoln sf. Car crew attempted
to kidnap them to Sheridan Park
hospital.
Frank Bartzen, 4739 Lincoln
ave., son of Peter Bartzen, fined
$5a.nd costs for speeding on
motor cycle.
Charles Cline, 319 St John's
court, arrested for disorderly con
duct on complaint of wife, dis
charged when she admitted that
slje had beat him up.
'Mrs. George Gill, 759 Milwau
ljee.ave., went in closet with light
ed match. Gasoline on walls to
exterminate roaches, ignited.
Badly burned.
"Edward C. Herring, wealthy
clubman, sued for divorce by Mrs.
Henrietta M. Herring. Cruelty
and associating with disreputable
women. Married 1898.
' Siegne Esterberg, 6, 1544
Wells st., played with matches in
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, supt
of Chicago schools, and Margaret
Haley, Chicago Teachers' Feder
ation, will lead progressives in
fight against "stand-patters" at
National Educational Ass'n at
convention here, July 8 to 12. y
Nicholas Murray Butler, Pres.
Columbia university, who wrote
"sting-the-people" platform for
Taft, will lead the "stand-patters."
Residents of Illinois river val
ley have begun 16 damage suits,
aggregating $90x000, against san
itary district. Complainants
charge that overflow on property,
caused by dumping of water
through drainage canal into Illi
nois river, caused serious loss.
7 boys, from 17 to 19 years old,
confessed they had stolen over 50
autos in past year. Held to grand
jury. '
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