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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 08, 1913, Image 6',
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Chas. Netcher and owns the Boston
Inquiry into death of Prof. J. C,
Campbell, Windsojr Park Academy,
killed when I. C. train- crashed into
his auto, postponed to Aug. 15. Harry
Goldman, badly injured, will recover.
Police searching for Mrs. Anna
Healy, 84, who disappeared from
home of niece, Mrs. Agnes Larkin,
Swan Nelson, 71, 2500 N. Clark
st, instantly killed by southbound
Rogers Park car. Mqtorman stopped
for a moment and then went on.
Detective W. E. O'Connor. -Detec
tive Bureau, officially given credit as
captor of Teddy Webb, auto bandit
Six women sat as jurors in insane
William E. Whitehair, 62, 2625
Calumet av., plasterer, jumped into
lake at E. 51st st Drowned. Sep
arated from wife.
John Congdon, 1712 Oak av.,
Evanston, rescued from drowning
near Evanston bathing beach by
Frank Corrato, keeper of beach.
Peter J. Rusetos, wealthy ice cream
maker,, held to grand jury without
bail for murder of James J. Floras,
Two young men robbed saloon of
George Talko, 4556 Grand av., of
$500 while Mrs. Talko was out Es
caped on street car.
Mrs. Helen DuMais, 4819 Magnolia
av., wife of Arthur DuMais, music
company employe, arrested on
charge of stealing three diamond
rings valued at $350 from Mrs. Laura
Baker, same address.
John A. Cervenka, clerk of Pro
bate Court, claims he has right to
pick successor to Probate Judge
Cutting, recently resigned.
Dr. William E. Buehler, at meet
ing of Seventy-five Club, advocated
Benjamin Holstein, father of Ben
ny Holstein, murdered in Morgan
Park, wants police to find Robert
Cade, 18(- whom he beheves knows
something ofthe crime. -
Man supposed to be George Geis
ter, 60, 1440 Arnold st, Chicago
Heights, walked into saloon at 108
E. 20th st., asked for glass of water
and fell dead.
Elizabeth Pielow, 1530 W. 13th st.,
tried suicide. Gas. Rescued by
mother. Ill health and lack of em
ployment. Lincoln Park Commissioners ex
pected to lift ban on Sunday ball
Man said to be George "Dice Box"
McGuire, notorious New York crook,
arrested in front of Federal building.
Wanted in New York, according to
Eleanor Wright, 4209 Ellis av.f
swallowed diamond ring while laugh
ing at bum joke.
Body of baby girl about two days
old found in prairie at 72d st. and
Policewomen Butler and Wilson, E.
Chicago avenue station, arrested
Mrs. Dolly Cameron, 506 Cass st
Disorderly conduct. First arrest
made by lady cops.
Mrs. Catherine Sobinski, 9218
Drexel av., fined $1. Killed parrot.
Eight passengers hurt when Chi
cago av. and Robey st. cars collided.
Allen Aubuchon, jockey, sued E. C.
Frady, treasurer of Cole Motor
Works, for $25,000. Alleges aliena
tion of wife's, affections.
Atty. S. S. Gregory said to be slated
for head of new state public utilities
commission. Fred J. Kern, Belle
ville, in line for member.
Kate Wodavkiwicke, 13, and sister
Mary, 7, 1218 W. 50th st, who made
serious charges against David G.
Maxwell, wealthy boxmaker, disap
Three union bakers arrested on
charge of boycotting Morris Abra
hams, nonunIon baker, . 3553 W.
Chicago Bureau of Public Effi
ciency began probe Cook County
Board of Assessors.
Wind and lightning damaged sev
eral houses last night