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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 16, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 9',
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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Several families routed when fire
attacked two-story frame house at
1338 Cornell av. $500 loss. lA ex
citement, John Kouzas, living on 2d
floor, forgot his child. Policemen
Fourteen men out of seventeen in
dicted by Judge Cooper's special
grand jury will surrender and give
Albert Swanson, 21, 2262 N. Kim
ball av., tried to die by gas following
quarrel with brother, who then saved
his life. I
Commodore Perry's reconstructed
flagship arrived off Chicago harbor
today. Will await formal opening of
eight days' water pageant.
Chicago second annual water car
nival and naval pageant will open on
lake front at Grant Park when Pres.
Wilson presses button at 2 o'clock.
Justice of the Peace Noah J. Hen
ning, Norwood Park, which is a tem
perance town, is accused of taking
money from ''blind pigs," according
to charges made to County Judge
Owens and Sheriff Zimmer.
Morris Shindell, 1446 W. Harrison
St., stabbed to death, and" Isadore
Rebstein, 1507 W. Harrison St., badly
cut in fight with Sam ' and( Phillip
Kirshinski, brothers, in front' 'of 407
S. Throop st.
State nolle prossed case of Freder
ick Mordaunt, publisher of National
Railway Magazine, whp was arrested
on complaint of Josephine Selwood,
Several more Chicagoans given
state jobs by Gov. Dunne.
Harper's Weekly made its initial
appearance under editorship of Nor
man Hapgood yesterday.
Blanche Appell, 4507 Clifton av.,
knocked down and injured by auto
owned and driven by B. N. Pinker
ton, 920 Argyle st.
Police lopking for Laura Wilburn,
15, 636 W; 25th pi., who disappeared
John Kolotis, 801 S. Halsted st.,
and Antonio Salornb, 1130 W. Polk
st., flirted with Policewomen WJllsey
and Olson, Maxwell st. station. Caet
they 310 and qosts each.
Jack Burns, 629 W. Madison st.,
went on water wagon 15 days ago.
Schuettler's "open" gambling
squad transferred. No reasons
Joseph Paykos, 4836 S. Robey st.,
employe of Swift & Co., touched live
wire in tallow refinery. Dead.
10,000 Irish-Americans expected to
attend 38th annual picnic of United
Irish Societies to be held in Brand's
Hans Bauder, Swiss central figure
in recent embezzling trials, to be de
ported by federal authorities.
4,000,000 American women have
been given the ballot in various
states. Not more tha 400,000 really
desire to exercise tie right
Mrs. IsabeJIa Keys confessed she,
her husband and five other men rob
bed saloon of Herman Schmidti 959
Center st. All in custody.
Evidence against Johnny Faith and
Harold Schneider, held for Ltigtie
murder, to be presented to grand jury
John P. Barnes received civil serv
ice appointment as attorney to presi
dent of county board.
President Budd, South Side Ele
vated Co., has- ordered guards to al
low all windows open Until terminal
is reached. .
Fire attacked Atkins & Freund's
general merchandise store, 4805 S.
Ashland av., shortly after midnight.'
Prince, old lion at Lincoln Park, fs
starving to-death through .grief over
death of mate several weeks ago.
Sarah Crilly, 13, 1071-3 Hoxife av.,
who was injured in riot at Torrence
av. and E. 106tn st., died yesterday.
Gustav Lundgreri, 3, 506 N. Clark
st, fell from 3d floor porch. Killed.
Mrs. Amelia Marx, wife of Zero