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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 22, 1913, Image 5',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Harold Schneider and John Faith
arraigned before Judge Brentano un
der indictment charging murder of
Joseph H. Logue. Pleaded not guilty.
Returned to jail.
Mrs. Caroline Kiviatowski, 58, 434
S. Clare'mont av., in hospital result
of bullet wound supposedly self-inflicted.
Chief of Police John McWeeny
raised his right hand in the air,
placed his left on a Bible and swore
he would never get married again.
Herman Pritchie, elevator man em
ployed by John V. Farwell Co., 102
S. Market St., killed when elevator
fell six floors.
Michael Hidoski and his wife, 54 S.
Sangamon St., appealed to Desplaines
st station for aid to bury their son,
George, 3 months old.
Altgeld Monument Ass'n will apply
for site in Lincoln Park on which to
erect monument to John P. Altgeld.
William Lewis, member of Web
Pressmen's Union No. 7, was elected
secretary of the Allied Printing
Trades Council at a -regular meeting
Police dragging Jackson Park la
goon following finding of suicide note
and girl's hat on shore. Note signed
Joseph Barone, 19, 1026 Milton av.,
fined $100 and costs by Judge Bren
tano for serious offense against
Dominica Cassetto, S, 1104 Town
Noel Kinnaman, 38, 2044 Waveland
av., president of Chicago Calculating
Co., arrested on complaint of Irene
Shea, 17, 1215 N. LaSalle st.
Theodore Roosevelt may attend
big Progressive party picnic Aug. 30.
Mrs. Bertha Beicher, 35, 3610 Irv
ing Park 4lvd., injured and several
others shaken up when Elston av. car
was derailed at Milwaukee av. near
N. Clinton st.
Evelyn Arthur See, "Absolute Life"
leader, now in Joliet prison, refused
pardon by Gov. Dunne.
Paul O'Noil, 9, 3269 E. 91st st,
saved Irene Matz, 2, 3253 E. 91st st,
by catching her in his arms when she
fell from second story window.
Body of unidentified man, about
40 years old, found on third rail of
Aurora, Elgin & Chicago road at
Robber took highly-prized painting
from reception room of Josephinuni
Roman Catholic Academy, 1515 N.
Health Commissioner Geo. B.
Young will fight small theaters on
account of poor ventilation.
Police searching for Miss Clara
Burdharth, 35, 216 S. Whipple st,
who disappeared from Dr. Henry
Lindahl's sanitarium, 3300 Wright
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young denies that
women are crowding men out of
James J. Kelly, Third Ward, Roger
Sullivan Democrat, will be candidate
for county judge against Judge
Alexander Sullivan, 64, famous at
torney and Irish leader, is dead.
County Judge Owens has ordered
immediate investigation into tangle
involving justices of peace in Nor
wood Park, Niles and Oak Park.
William Schultze, 12, 1508 Wright
wood av., ran down and probably
fatally injured by auto truck driven
by O. Oehlsen, 2720 Florence av.
Commissioner of Public Works Mc
Gann considering plans for new bath
ing beach at E. 9oth st. and lake.
John E. Traeger, city comptroller,
refuses to pay on assignment made
on city employes' wages by loan
Anton Mattiassi, 19, 225 W. 25th
pi., arrested on charge of larceny and
threats to kill on complaint of Rev.
Joseph Soric, Church of the" Assump
tion, 6001 S. Marshfield av. Alleged
to have stolen 5600 diamond ring.
Zulhi Zivkovitch, 38 S. Canal st,
Jos. LaFata, 34 S. Canal st, and John