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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 13, 1913, Image 6',
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CHICAGO brie; 3
Mrs. Wanda de Latour, whose hus
band, Jan N. de Latour, a titled Aus
trian, died at home, 1520 W. WoodJ
street, last Friday after making ac
cusations that he had been poisoned,
told police today that she believed
her husband was demented. Mrs. de
Latour was questioned at detective
headquarters today. Mrs. Wanda La
tour was booked for the murder of
her husband at the Rawson street po
lice station this afternoon.
Prof. George Dorsey, who exam
ined piece of bone found in furnace
at home of John Grady, declared it
was not that of human being. Grady,
who was arrested on suspicion that
his wife, missing for two years, might
have been murdered, said he had
burned cat in furnace.
Four alleged bandits captured after
gun battle with police at Hoyne av.
and Lemoyne st. Believed to have
been responsible for several recent
hold-ups on North Side.
Body of man found mangled on
Lake Shore tracks. Machinists' union
card in pocket was made out- to
Jacob Schultz, Hagerstown, Md.
Oily rags caused fire in the old car
barns at Southport and Irving Park
blvd., occupied by Reliable Garage
and Livery Co. Three blazing barrels
of oil were rolled into street where
they burned up.
Anna Nelson, 6318 Woodlawn av
disappeared from Coney Island, New
York, after hiring bathing beach
locker and going in water.
Nineteen autoists arrested for
parking cars along Michigan av.
Auto bandits entered Chas. F. Do
dolsky's delicatessen store, 2058
Dayton st, took $90 away from own
er and escaped.
Richard J. Hops, 41, 3236 Leland
av., killed when he fell between B. &
O. moving freight cars at 43d and
President McCormick appointed
committee to investigate county
Ten persons reported missing on
West Side yesterday.
Catherine Murphy, 6, 1048 N.
Franklin st, hurt by street car at
Wells and Wendell sts.
John P. Quinn found guilty of as
sault to murder Mrs. Anna Schei-V
mann last October. Sentenced from
1 to 14 years. Attorney C. E. Erb
stein moved for new trial.
William F. Grower elected presi
dent of West Park Board.
Police asked to investigate death
of Jan N. de Latour, said to be titled
Austrian, who died in great pain Fri
day at 1520 N. Wood st after crying
that he had been poisoned.
Band concerts in Lincoln and
Garfield Parks tonight
Mrs. Pauline Day, 224 S. Robey
st, held to grand jury charged with
trying to burglarize fiat of Mrs.
Evelyn Dunning, 1539 W. Harrison st.
Miss Matilda Allgaier, 22, 2315 S.
Robey st, searching for Thos. Gil
roy and his two sons, 2318 S. Win
chester av., who are said to have
beaten her aged father.
Miss May Leonard, pretty society
girl, had clothes stolen while she was
in bathing. Walked eight blocks in
lrs. A. V. Caromiller, actress,
Hotel Arthur, caught between cars
at Jackson blvd. and Clark st
Unidentified bicyclist, about 65,
killed at Lincoln av. and Xddison st
when struck by auto of G. T. Hesch,
4342 N. Leavitt st.
Two bandits robbed James A.
Flynn of $14.
Bahai cult has purchased eight
acres at Wilmette on which they
plan to build great temple.
AampA Thomas. 2941 Racine av..
had motorcycle stolen from In front
or county jau.
Women's Liberty League organized '
bv suffraeettes who believe in allow
ing personal liberty.
Jude Cooper's special grand iurv
is -investigating election frauds in