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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 22, 1913, Image 5',
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R. R. Donnelly & Sons Printing Co.
has locked out union bookbinders.
Thirty-nine men, 14 married and 25
single, affected. Otto F. Wasem,
business agent Bookbinders' Union,
No. 8, directing fight against printing
Essie Feinstein, 18 months old,
2134 Crystal St., run over and killed
by wagon driven by Aaron Singal,
15, 1257 N. Oakley av. .Singal did
not know he had run over baby until
policeman shouted at him. Tempor
arily held at W. North av. station.
Jules A. Zatarain, tailor, of New
Orleans, arrested at 3535 Sheffield
av., charged with obtaining $700
worth of clothing by false pretenses.
Wife traced him to Chicago through
his acquaintance with Miss Ethel
Harris, who lives at Sheffield av. ad
dress. Filed suit for divorce. Put po
lice on "husband's trail.
Traffic on South Side "L" blocked
for half an hour by fire on tracks at
Harrison st. Firemen fought blaze
from structure. Were menaced by
Ellen Orrei 15, struck and prob
ably fatally injured by auto on Bel
mont av. under Northwestern "L"
tracks. Chauffeur took her to ' doc
tor's office at 953 Belmont; left with
out giving name. Phone call to police
said auto license was 39,974, 111.
Vandals - early today destroyed
plate glass valued at $1,200, recently
installed in windows of Illinois Elec
tric Co., 308 W. Madison st
Gov. Edward F. Dunne returned to
Chicago from week's cruise on train
ing ship Dubuque. Announced he
would withhold list of appointment to
state offices until next Monday.
Police now working on theory that
James Acques, slain Italian restau
rant owner,, was murdered as result
of love affair. Mrs. Acques said her
husband received letters and phone
calls which she did not understand.
He never explained mysterious visi
tors to her,
'5 IN TABLOID FORM
Mildred Gloy, 16, 3711 Irving Park
blvd., run down and killed by auto
driven by George Prusener, 13, son
of contractor, 3719 Eberly av.
William Jennings Bryan stopped
two hours in Chicago early this
morning on way to Oelwein, la., from
Mrs. Wilhelmina Schwuchow, 85,
3701 Humboldt av., burned to death
when end of waist caught fire at
Ten Black Handers being sought
as murderers of James Acques.
John Maloney, 4700 Grand av., ar
rested at 26th and Wentworth av.,
for trying to hug every girl on street
Gov. Dunne will make state ap
Mrs. Belle Peterson, 2014 W. Ad
ams St., swallowed poison. Will die.
Husband deserted her.
Twenty men arrested by Schuet
tier's gambling squad in pool room,
68 W. Chicago av. Schuettler claims
place is run by Mont Tennes.
Ray Gray, alleged authoress, 1757
W. Adams st, arrested at Madison
and Dearborn sts., when officer
claimed she accosted man.
E. F. Kelly, 807 S. State st., killed
when trampled on by team of horses
owned by Irwin Bros. Packing Co.,
707 S. State st
School children testified against
Mrs. Lucy Wernecke Gosselin, whose
sanity is questioned by her husband,
Stephan M. Gosselin.
Fred Hrodek and Frank Cordes on
trial before Judge Cooper for murder
with an auto. Recently struck and
fatally injured Patrick Condon, 1235
W. Harrison st
Body of Laura Estelle Voss, Lake
Geneva girl who has been missing for
week, found in lake off Kenosha.
Suit of clothes belonging to U. S.
Marshal Samuel Howard stolen from
his office in Federal bldg.
Hugo Krause, supt of Anti-Cruelty
Society, isvestigating case of Mrs.