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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 05, 1913, Image 5',
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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Three policemen injured when
Hinman street station patrol wagon
was struck by street car at 21st and
Robey sts. Wagon wrecked.
Aurora, Elgin & Chicago Railroad
employes voted for strike last night.
Another effort toward settlement will
be made, however.
James Hyland appointed secretary
of state board of administration.
Serg. Martin J. Quayle, W. North
av. station, fined $10 and costs by
Judge Rafferty for contempt of court
after he had attacked Special Po
liceman E. A. Shean, who had ar
rested his son.
Maud Pettes, 6660 Michigan av.,
drowned herself in Jackson Park
lagoon after quarrel with mother.
Isadore Dannaberg, 8, 1338 Jeffer
son st, fell to his death playing tag
on roof of two-story house.
-Max Meyer, 1122 S. Winchester
av., rescued from drowning by W. E.
Lewis, 6156 Lexington av., when he
fell in river at Randolph st.
Judge Cooper's special grand jury
resumed investigation of alleged
election frauds today.
Dead body of Dr. H. J. Morrill, 2847
Abbott ct, who . disappeared two
days ago, found in rooming house at
5005 W. 22d st., Cicero. Inquest to
J. Welch pleaded guilty to running'
handbook in cigar store at 4007 W.
Lake st. Fined $100 and costs by
Daniel J. Sullivan, police depart
ment, died of heart disease while
swimming in Lake Catherine at An
Wiljiam Martini, 22, 4551 Prairie
av., shot and wounded Jessie Hed
wick, 20, 209 E. 47th st, and Wiled
himself when he saw her walking
with D. 1. Jones, 647 Dearborn av.,
in Washington Park. Girl will re
cover. Lincoln Park bathing beach will
now open at 7 a. m. instead of 10
Police searching for Fred Bell, 38,
Rush and Pearson sts., who left home
Sunday to go fishing. Has not re
turned. Police searching for Charles
Simms, escort of Grace Hawthorne,
who was found dead of asphyxiation
in Commercial Hotel.
Edward Kurch, 11, 5640 Michigan
av., knocked, down and run oyer by
auto driven by E. C. Evarts, Morgan
Park, got ,up. Chased car. Then
went home, none the worse.
Five detectives assigned to Vernon
Park, Macalister pi. and Polk st, to
arrest all mashers.
Chief McWeeny issued order to
stop all children from running auto
mobiles. Mrs. A. M. Hinrod, 73, 1001 E.
75th st, dead by gas. Suicide be
lieved. Jacob Slabaskey, peddler, 1217 S.
Morgan st., who chained son, Abe, 9,
to stove for 5 days, fined $100 and
costs by .Judge Fisher. Fine suspend
ed and he was paroled for 6 months.
Calhoun, ill., postoffice robbed of
$56 in currency, 10 check and small
amount of stamps.
Mary Seminch, 4, 1217 W. 18th st,
fell to death from third-story window.
Ten thousand old German settlers
attended 39th annual picnic held at
Brand's Park under auspices of Chi
Chicago Catholics celebrated Pope
Pius' 10th anniversary as Pontiff.
Morris Critwitz, 2, 1227 Marion ct,
killed by wagon owned by Cohon &
Markowitz, bakers, 1743 Grand av.,
near his home.
Three men arrested trying to crawl
into South Side "L" train through
window in their anxiety to get seats.
Gustave Tobic, 10, 1542 Weiland
st, struck by auto owned and driven
by T. M. Sullivan, saloonkeeper, in
Lincoln Park. Right leg broken.
Dr. Frank L. Mueller, 4406 N. Clark
st, held to grand jury in connection
with death of Anna Ternovan, who,