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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 02, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 11',
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posit $378 in bank for her. Romo was
arrested after giving $5 bill to boy
who gave him match. Tried to give
Policeman Walsh $100 bill,
bonds. Nurnberg at liberty on $15,
000 bonds. Dietz found murdered in
bed in home, 733 Aldine av., April 14.
Skull crushed by hammer.
M. Frederick Kendall, who inherit
ed fortune from mother year ago,
went to sleep on floor of Virginia
Hotel lobby. Taken to his bachelor
apartments, 543 Wellington pi. Booze.
Morton T. Culver, Clencoe, won
third victory in series of law suits
against Mrs. Philomena Schultz when
Judge Boyer, Evanston, found airs.
Schultz guilty of assaulting Culver's
son- Reginald, and fined her $5.
Village board of Wilmette took
post card referendum on granting
Northwestern "L" right to build ter
minal at Laurel av. 1,300 cards sent
out; 800 returned; 600 for, 200
Painters and structural iron work
ers kicked about way they were
treated by building trades council in
contract with Building Employers'
Ass'n. at meeting of council last
night. Voted, down.
South Park commissioners pigeon
holed letter from Dr. Rosalie M. La
dova. She demanded board define
orthodox bathing suit for women so
women bathers will not be subject to
vagaries of horror-struck cops.
, Lee White, negro suspect in mur
der of Bennie Holstein, Morgan Park
berry patch, arrested at Gary.
Lincoln Claflin, su'pt. National
Surety Co., indicted for embezzling
Mary Mackey arrested for sleeping
in vacant lot, 61st and Cottage Grove,
discharged by Judge Gemmill. Prom
ised him her vote.
Aviator W. C. Robinson's mono
plane caught fire. Up 4,000 feet. Put
out fire with chemical.
John Mullen, contractor, 4157
Prairie av., filed suit for $50,000'
against Chief of Police McWeeny,
Lieut John Hogan and State's Attor
ney Hoyne. Mistaken for crook, ar
rested and sweated.
Paul Kaufman, 1055 Buerra av.f
caught peeping into woman's locker
at Clarendon av. beach. Arrested.
Mariano Lazzarotto, 6, fell 40 feet
from porch 989 Larrabee st. Skull
Three sons of Henry Phipps, steel
partners of Andrew Carnegie, sued
for $14,000 fees by L. M. Courter,
real estate broker in Tacoma bldg.
Executive session of Woodlawn
Business Men's Association broke up
in riot when someone proposed that
Chicago Telephone Co. be allowed to
participate in association's parade.
Justice of Peace Frank Karlovsky
of Nilcs before Judge Owens on
charge made by Tribune of soaking
autoists with heavy fines.
Mrs. Laura G. Fixen, vho went
with Jane Addams to international
suffrage conference at Budapest, told
woman's party of Cook County all
about the horrid way Europe forces
American travelers to spread tips
Woman's party decided police
women is too common a name for
new appointees. Will call them civic
Sam Berkovitz, dying of consump
tion, held to grand jury by Magistrate
Schumaker of Forest Park for shoot
ing wife, Jennie.
Park Ridge in social and political
war over new $7,500 library and
seven payless jobs on library board.
judge Pomeroy,. Juvenile Court,
took Buster and Mary, the children
of many homes and no home, from
Joe Gonder, chauffeur to former
Banker W. A. Paulsen, and gave them
Indianapolis. State mine inspec
tor received wire from superintend
ent of the mine that explosion of
Jackson Hill mine was .caused by
windy shot at 3:30 p. m. Law says
no shots shall be fired until day's
work is done. Men were still in mine
when shot was fired. Investigation.