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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 15, 1913, Image 7

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prisoners in auto were kept under
control. 5 '
Police raided flat at 1520 Wieland
Bt. and captured Mrs. Isabella Keyes
and two men wanted in connection
with robbery of Schmidt Cafe, 959
Center St., early today. Seven peo
ple now under arrest for the robbery.
. Disappointed burglars poured
liquor into cash register in saloon 'at
3X26 E. 92d st. when they found it
empty. Took $10 worth of bottled
goods.
Police at 22d st, station searching
for Laura Wilborn, 15, whot disap
peared from, her home, 636 W. 25th
place.
United Irish Societies of Chicago
will hold annual picnic at Brand's
Park tomorrow afternoon and' even
ing. U. S. Senator Chamberlain of
Oregon will be principal speaker.
..James Cullerton, 315 W. Van
Buren st., beaten and robbed of $15
as he was 'entering rear door of
Foley Bros.' saloon, 515 W. Madison
st;, early today.
United States marshals seized 32,-000-lbs.
, of cold storage chickens
frpm cars on Penna. road tracks at
W.-15th st
Parishioners of Church of Provi
dence of God,. 1126 W; 18th St., will
ask removal of-pastor, Rev. Edward
Stefanowicz.
Commonwealth Edison "Company
and Cosmopolitan Electric Company
to consolidate.
Jennie Schetter, 10, 1023 S. Win
chester aVi, struck in leg by stray
bullet "during fight between -police and
band of crooks at 12th and Wood sts.
Three arrests made.
Adam Stevens, 30, 1829 Rice st.,
window washer, fell from 5th story
window 301-03 W. Erie at. Killed.
Four saloons closed yesterday.
Gambling. t '
Four youths, now in custody,
blamed for stealing 30 autos.
County attorney's office will seek
to have taxes of 36 biggest Chicago
hotels raised.
, Dr. E. A. Ludwig, 3209 AshlaYid av.,
exonerated of any connection witK.
death of Mrs. Marie Lucas, 5062
Sheridan rd., who is supposed to have
died from illegal operation.
George' Foster, negro, 1004 S. State
st, fined. $100 and costs on charge
of running opium joint
Evelyn Butler, 18, 2826 Calumet
av., sued her actor-rhusband, John
M. Butler, for divorce, alleging
cruelty.
Otto Matz, 1510 Orchard st., shot
and killed self. Wife and four chil
dren survive.
Police searching for Mrs. Charlotte
Mausel, Chicago Training School for
Nurses, 1159 Jackson blvd., who. dis
appeared last Saturday.
John Dwyer, alias Bul Dwyer, 530
Wells st, who is alleged to have kept
Mrs. Katherine Burke, 1643 Van
Buren st, prisoner for two weeks,
sentenced to nine months in House
of Correction and fined $300.
Rudolph Misina, 2, 1940 Centre av.,
scalded to death when washboiler
overturned.
Chief McWeeny has ordered arrest
of any person extinguishing arc
lights.
Jens Jensen, 30, carpenter, 3925
Michigan av., tried suicide by cutting
throat twice. May die. Feared he
was going insane.
Judge Kavanaugh, in Chautauqua
lecture at South Bend, Ind., told peo
ple they should send farmers instead
of lawyers to legislature and thereby
get better laws.
Federal officials seized1 66 bottles
carbonated wine labelled "Champion
Extra Dry." Thought intoxicated
man would read it "Champagne
Extra Dry."
Coroner Hoffman has ordered body
of Jan N. de Latour, whose wife is
charged with his murder, exhumed.
The coroner censured two attorneys
for Polish National Alliance, who said
they had received letters froni de La
tour before his death in which he
said his life was threatened. Claimed
they should have Informed police at
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