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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 28, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Case of Edward and Paul Covitz
and Joseph Clarke, accused of arson
conspiracy in burning of Covitz
Bros.' Fifth av. clothing store, will
go to jury today.
Yeggmen blew safe in paint store
of W. W. Roberts, 6712 Wentwort.li
av., escaping with money and papers.
Nineteen alleged gamblers arrest
ed by Schuettler's gambling squad
after secret indictments had been re
turned before Judge Kersten.
Five deaths resulted from heat yes
terday. President McCormick will demand
full investigation of County Hospital
Three men arrested for attempted
kidnapping of Angelina Maggio, 1123
Three Cicero saloonkeepers ar
reted for running slot machines.
George Ingleman, 807 Sheridan
r " found 2-weeks-old baby boy on
front steps. St. Vincent's Orphan
Election Commissioner Czarnecki
will turn over all his data to special
Capt. Arthur Stiles, west park
board, will begin campaign to exter
minate mashers in Wicker Park.
Frank Girger, 2010 Fowler st.,
knocked down at N. Robey and Fow
ler sts. by auto owned and driven by
Wm. Doll, 919 N. Robey st
Mrs. Jimmy Ward, wife of well
known Chicago aviator, tried suicide
at Congress Hotel with alcohol.
Edward F. Young, former treas
urer of Chicago, Terre Haute &
Southeastern railroad, pleaded guilty
to embezzling $53,000. Sentenced to
one to five years in Joliet by Judge
Adelor J. Petit elected chief justice
of Circuit Court to succeed Jesse A.
Baldwin. Judge Pinckney remains at
Council finance committee hired
Mies J. Devine to defend policemen
brought up before trial board. $3,000
per year job.
Robert E. Burke told election com
missioners it was common knowledge
that votes were bought on North ft"
Mrs. Florence Sopp, 24, 127 W.
Erie st., tried suicide. Poison. Scrap
with husband. Will recover.
Body of Louis Denison, 1035
Greenwood ten, drowned with two
other men and woman June 19, re- -covered
in drainage canal yesterday.
Josephine Said and Lucy Bertsche,
both 17, wards of House of Good
Shepherd, sought on charge of steal
ing clothing from St Joseph's Hos
pital. John Lebriola, deputy sheriff, 717
Polk st, had his divorced wife, Lucy
Ross, and John Generalla, Milwaukee
labor agent, arrested.
"Save the babies" crusade started
Nora McAdoo, daughter of W. G.
McAdoo, secretary of treasury, is in
City council finance committee has
delayed action on proposal to appro
priate for an investigation of the city
Dr. J. Cheston King, Atlanta alien
ist, says only chance Chicago has of '
not going completely mad is by hav
ing more pigeons.
A very indignant cow, attached to
back of wagon owned by A6e Klee
& Co., created sensation on LaSalle
st, near Jackson, by breaking loose. J'
The county board meeting called
to appropriate for special grand jury
failed to meet yesterday.
Six hundred liquor delegates, rep
resenting 8,000 members of District
of Cook County Liquor Dealers' Pro-,
rtective Ass'n, now in convention in
South Chicago, voted unanimously
against public utilities bill. Appointed
committee to urge Dunne to vetobilL