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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 26, 1913, Image 6

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for. injuries sustained when grand
stand collapsed during Elgin races in
1910.
Joseph Dohs and Anna Poltrock
placed on trial charged with murder
of their illegitimate child. . They
claim child was born dead.
John Runtshis, Jr., 5, Indiana Har
bor, killed by auto under which he
had hidden during game of "hide and
seek."
Diamond kneelet made its appear
ance on knee of Jane Ott at National
Jewelers' convention.
Hugo Paoli, saloonkeeper, 531
Rush st., arrested on arson charge.
Desplaines- street police raided
house of Mrs. Emma Bidwell, 322 S.
Green St., and arrested six people.
. Joseph A. Klunk, 1421 N. Oakley
av., has slipped on banan peels eight
times within two months and filed
damage suit each time.
Thief threw brick through plate
glass window in Barnett Bros.' jew
elry store, 104 Jackson blvd. Es
caped with tray of diamonds worth
$1,000.
Miss Annette Freeman, a telephone
operator, heard a cry of "police" over
the 'phone, then the line was dis
connected. She traced the call to
the Osiceki & Jakiel bank, then tele
phoned the West "Chicago av. police
station. A squad of officers found
the jiight watchman, Romina Dubiel,
lying on the floor, dazed and bleeding
from a cut in his forehead, but the
robbers had been scared away with
out securing anything.
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WEALTHY WOMAN HELD FOR
ATTEMPT TO SMUGGLE
New York, Aug. 26. Mrs. William
L. Velie, wife of the wealthy auto
mobile manufacturers of Moline, HI.,
was held in $1,000 bail for action by
the grand jury today when arraigned
in Hoboken, N. J., before U. S. Com
missioner E. R. Stanton on a charge
d attempting to smuggle goods into
' ;:iis country. Mrs. M. J. Lilly, who
was arrested with Mrs. Velie, was
aeld in $500 bail. j
IS ARRESTED IN CONNECTION
WITH WOMAN'S DEATH
Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 26. On tech
nical charge of violation of the state
law regulating the practice of medi
.cine, Dr. Anna R. Bartram, promi
nent osteopath and student of meta
physics, was placed under arrest in
connection with the death of Miss
Pauline B. Loos, the Crafton school
teacher found drowned in the Alle
gheny river recently.
It is declared that Miss Loos, fol
lowing several years' treatment at
the hands of Dr. Bartram, went in
sane, and while in the grip of hallu
cination waded to her death.
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IT LOOKS LIKE A STRIKE AT THE
STOCKYARDS .
Last night the 700 members of the
Packinghouse Teamsters' Union No.
710 voted unanimously against sub
mitting their cause to arbitration.
Another cbnferencie will be held with
the bosses this afternoon, but it
doesn't look hopeful.
If the strike is called Cattle Butch
ers' Union may go on sympathetic
strike.
WALL FALLSFOUR HURT
Charles Edwards, 2251 South Park
avenue, was injured internally; Wm.
Ryan; 1107 N. California avenue., had
his back sprained; Dominick Shun
eka, 907 Towrtsend street, had left
knee sprained,and George Calogno,
831 Milton avenue, was badly bruised
today when a back wall which they
were building in the addition to St.
Chrysostom's Episcopal Church at
1421 N. Dearborn avenue, collapsed.
All were given medical aid and taken
to their homes.
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Great moral uplift in Joe Bailey's
state! Wichita, Tex., man's con
science has compelled him to con
fess to absconding with $700.
Standpat Republicans talk of
fusion with Democrats to beat Hi
Johnson in California. Maybe It's
Hiram who is encouraging such talk.

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