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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 09, 1912, Image 5

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
J Forty-one years ago today
Card index of all speeders will
be kept by auto speeders' court
forreference.
Jacob Karnatt, 1144 W. 17th
St., suicide. Carbolic 'acid. De
spondent over ill health.
W. Borger, 11720 Stewart av.,
arrested for not having license
for his dog.
Adin Hunter, 4, 5931 Went
worth av., bitten on face by dog
belonging to Mrs. E. Stackhouse,
5952 Wentworth av.
Battalion Chief J. L. Kenyon,
Fipeman J. Savage, Cq. 84, and
Lieut. J. Barlow, Engine Co. 51,
severely cut and bruised in fire at
524-526 W. 60th pi. $15,000 dam
age. Cause of fire unknown.
Thos. Stribbing, negro, 1055
W. Lake St., shot and killed by
James McCarrqll, negro, 940 W.
Lake st, in front of poolroom,
1106 W. Lake st. McCarroll es
caped. Police say shot was meant
for James Claybrook-, 217 N. Ada
St., who quarreled with McCar
roll oVer dice game.
Joel F. Longnecker, 3d ward,
nominated by Progressive coun
ty committee to fill vacancy on
Municipal bench caused bydeath
of Judge Max Eberhardt.
Michael Cooper, 612 W. Madi
son st., sailor, held to grand jury
on charge of murder of David
Weathers, 622 S. 64th av., Oak
park.
Louis Brahams, actor, filed
suit against Western Vaudeville
Managers' Ass'n for $5000, al
Jeging breach of contract! -
John Whitler, 14 E. 45th st,
negro, fined $25 and costs, charg
ed with cruelty to animals.
10,000 or more farmers from
111., Iowa, Mo., Kan. and Neb.
are expected to attend National
Dairy Show at stockyards, Oct.
24 to Nov. 2.
U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals
upheld decision of lower court
awarding Miss Birdie A'. Lynch,
1839 N. 41st av., $11,000 damages
against City of South Haven
Steamship Co. for injuries receiv
ed when she fell on their boat on
July 21, 1909.
North Shore Congregational
Church open to political meet
ings. Mrs. Fletcher Dobyns and
Miss Ada Sweet spoke for Pro
gressive cause at first gathering
there.
Nearly 4,000 women over coun
try are aiding in distributing 300,
000 souvenir badges for Found
ers' Day, which will be celebrated
by Progressive party on Oct. 26.
Sir Thomas G. Shaughnessy
and 'party of Montreal and Sir
Gen. John French and Col. Sir
Chas. Allen, London, officers' of
British army, here today on tour
of U. S.
Mrs. Margaret Wakeman, 2231
Oak pi., dead. Suicide. Gas.
Wm. E. Maurer, Lima, O., ap
pealed to Postmaster Campbell
to find his wife, who is believed to
be here. His children are dying.
Clifford Carter went to room
ing house of Chas. Wilson, 4940
Wentworth av., to shoot Wilson.
Bullets struck Edward Wood, 27,
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