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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 02, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 9',
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Administration decided to enforce
law against strong headlights on
Mayor revoked saloon license of
Dennis P. Foley, 3036 South State st
Lloyd Thompson, aviator, narrow
ly escaped death trying for altitude
record at Cicero. Wire to starting
gear broke. Forced to descend 2,500
feet in hair-raising spirals.
Attorney Chas. Verne, 60, 948
Jackson blvd., disappeared. Wife
asked police to search for him.
Chicago's meanest thief stole tri
cycle from Vernbn Minzey, 10, 1911
W. Adams st, whose entire left side
is paralyzed. Vernon never was able
to go about until few weeks ago
when minister presented him with
tricycle, which he worked with one
hand and leg.
Frederick A. Delano, president of
Wabash R. R., elected trustee of Uni
versity of Chicago, Rockefeller's edu
McGraw of the Giants has recov
ered .from ptomaine poisoning. Ex
pected to leave with team tonight.
Fire destroyed Dunham stock farm,
famed through Middle West, today.
J. L. McHattie, 6832 Yale av., dis
appeared from home Thursday night
Police of Englewood station search
ing for him.
Guiseppi Canzanari, 941 Milton av.,
wanted by police for shooting
through window at Tony Canale and
Michael Meneczen, roomers at his
home. Bullet lodged in ceiling.
Peter Grevar, 1509 S. Union st.,
stabbed above left eye by one of four
men who attacked him at W. 14th
and Union sts.
Miss Millie Becker, accused of tak
ing from general delivery mail let
ter addressed to Mrs. Lillian Becker,
visitor from St Louis, on trial before
U. S. Commissioner Buell. Charged
she copped baggage check from let
ter and got Mrs. Becker's trunk.
WS IN BRIEF
Woman who registered at Com
mercial Hotel, 538 S. Wabash av., last
night as Annie Wright, found dead
in her room today with gas 'jets open.
James Paulillo today charged that
Mrs. Adlino Raffaelle and not Genaro
Raffaelle, 6 years old, shot and killed
his 5-year-old son, Vincenzo. Says
he has three witnesses to prove it
Prof. C. E. DePuy, who showed
Butts legislative committee how Em
pire voting machines might be mani
pulated, will resume stand Tuesday.
Sixth Ward Suffrage Association
has adopted resolution endorsing
skirtless bathing suit for women and
condemning police for arresting wo
men in bloomers.
Cyrus Shank told secretary of Y.
M. C. A. he was f o marry Mrs. Wood
row Wilson and she would pay his
room rent The cooler.
Three armed men held up A. Wein
rich, owner of saloon at 1050 W. Van,
Buren st, and took $75 and 8100
diamond ring. Weinrich fired at them,
as they escaped but missed.
Detectives raided house at Milton
and Chicago avenues in search for
E. J. Duprey, who shot and killed
Henry L Groninos. Duprey was not
Lillian Clarkson, 219 S. Honore st.,
on trial before U. S. Commissioner
Foote for mutiny. Was waitress
aboard Steamer North America, and
Mary Christ, 1902 Fisk st., told
husband, Jonazj, to "go jump in the
river." He did. Rescued and taken
C. A. Rogers, 4216 Indiana av., and
T. T. Fraser, 4147 Calumet av.,
climbed through windows of South
Side "L" so as to be sure of getting
Mrs. Clara D. Crouch, 95 S. LaSalle
st, Aurora, Dl., asked Chfcago police
to search for 10-year-old son, Ernest,,
who ran away Thursday.
Police hunting for Edward Kay, 28,
2453 W. Chicago av., a conductor;