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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 27, 1913, Image 7',
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Blanche Burton, 3656 Indiana av.
Michael Lucczesi, 4100 Armitage
av., suicide. Gas. Ill health.
Preliminary hearing of Mrs. Wanda
de Latour, 1520 N. Wood St., on
charge of poisoning husband, Jan de
Latour, postponed until Sept. 8.
Joseph Clarke and Edward and
Paul Covitz, convicted members of
"arson trust," given sentences of
from one to twenty years.
George ' Krause badly injured by
fall down Saratoga Hotel- elevator
shaft. Hotel management withheld
news from police for day.
Herman Lang, 35, 1013 W. Madi
son st, shot and killed himself at Lil
lard av. and north branch of river.
Policeman A. R. Wetzel, Central
Detail, fell from hammock. Badly
Henry Best, former clerk of Cir
cuit Court, and Mme. Kusnik-Everart,
well-known North Side vocalist,
eloped to Crown Point. Married.
John O'Donnell, city fireman, shot
and killed Philip Sullivan, saloon
keeper, 1637 W. 35th st Arrested.
John Brown, baggageman on ex
cursion steamer Petoskey, drowned
near Clark st. bridge while hundreds
Band concert, in Lincoln Park to
night. Mrs. Gertrude Atherton, novelist,
visited stockyards and found them
"beautiful." Didn't visit settlement
"Back o' the Yards."
John Grady, 121 W. 25th st., sus
pected of murdering his wife because
she hasn't been seen for two years,
discharged. Experts testified bones
found in cellar were remains of pork
Man believed to be Frank S. Ryan,
head of clairvoyant trust, arrested
in Muskegon, Mich., by State Attor
ney Hoyne's detective.
Robert Hennessey, 2, 6913 Stony
Island av., died in convulsions after
eating sugar-coated pills.
Motorman M. M. Carroll and Con
ductor w. J. Denny, whose car re
cently struck and killed Mrs. Sarah
Thomas, have left car company and
Robbers beat Michael Minahan,
615 Madison st, and after taking $5
they removed shoes to see if any
money was hidden.
"JosebTTMoseck, '5031 S. Throop st.,
fined $100 and costs for beating hia
son Joseph, 8.
Cook County's first women's jury
to hear other than insanity cases is
now hearing disorderly conduct, cases
in Oak Park.
George Condon, fake beggar, fined
$50 and costs by Judge Sabath.
New building contracts delayed by
County Board owing to stubbornness
of Bartzen Ragen faction.
William Walsh, 17, 1238 W. 31st st.,
crushed to death by machinery
wheels in Rittenhouse & Bmbree
lumber plant, 3500 S. Centre av.
Billy Windom, famous veteran
minstrel and lately manager of Gary,
Ind., theater, is dead.
Federal officials investigating case
of A. M. Londales, vaudeville man
ager, who is said to have brought
Louise Epcke, 18, from Milwaukee.
Found in room at 1133 Rush st.
"Boss Jimmy" Quinn, 21st Ward,
will take 600 "kids" from half dozen
charitable institutions to Waukegan
Bruised body found in abandoned
dry cell factory at Niles Center, 111.,
identified as that of Carl Scherer,
Evanston. Suspect arrested, but po
lice doubt murder theory. Think he
Maitre Fernand Labori, famous
French attorney who defended Drey
fuss and Emile Zola, is here with
family for two days. Says Chicago
is the new Paris.
Attorney J. T. Brady, representing
family of Carl Mueller, one of two
men shot and killed by Frank Tysch
fer, street car conductor, Saturday
night, will demand death penalty for
Tyschfer and Thos. Nolan, motor-man,