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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 28, 1913, Image 6',
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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Victor K. Geshkewich, 74, 644
Noble St., ended life by gas after
mourning for two years the death of
his son, late Representative Joseph
Hearing of habeas corpus proceed
ings for release of Harold Schneider,
indicted for Logue murder, continued
to Sept. 24.
John Collins, 30, 727 Michigan av.,
tried suicide by leaping from Ran
dolph st. bridge. Rescued. Said he
did it because "girls simply wouldn't
leave him alone." Drug fiend.
Up to late hour today over $2,100
had been contributed to election
fraud investigation fund.
Jacob Schuchact, 4345 S. Michi
gan av., filed suit for $10,000 against
wife's sister, Rebecca Epstein, 4320
S. Michigan av. Charges her with
alienating his wife's affections.
Police searching for Mrs. Ellen
Etschner, 36, 1914 Blue Island av.,
who with her two children, 14 and 9
years old, disappeared Tuesday.
Three men arrested in rear of 24
S. Aberdeen st. on suspicion of being
Unconscious man picked up at 56th
and S. Morgan sts. still unidentified.
City technical board may be cre
ated to pass on new auto lights.
Mrs. Anna Ridgeway, 73, 116 S.
Western av., seriously injured by fall
Roman Michalowicz, 11, 4711 S.
Ada st, struck by 47th st. car at
Loomis st. May die.
Mary Hunter, 59, nurse, 6236 S.
Centre av., struck by Van Buren st.
car at LaSalle st. Broken kneecap.
Montgomery Ward & Co. wagon,
containing $1,500 worth of merchan
dise, stolen yesterday, recovered to
day. Man driving wagon arrested.
Alexander Dietz, 64 Ferdinand st.,
arrested on complaint of wife, Anna,
33 W. 55th st. Says he abandoned
Jier three months ago.
Lt.-Gov. Barratt O'Hara'has given
permission to "Moss" Enright to visit
bedside of dying brother in Chicago
Seven West Side people are miss
ing. Police on lookout.
Unidentified man, apparently Ital-
ian, shot and killed at Milton av. U
and Vedder st. by man who escaped.
Judge. Stewart chased all the cur
iosity seekers out of the Morals
Wm. Cardinella, 23, sentenced to
one year in Joliet for kidnaping Ed
ward Deutsch, 9, 1338 Claremont av.
Harvey Wheeler, 4008 Federal st.,
negro, shot and killed by Samuel
Greenwood, same address. Slayer
Mayor Harrison has called special
session of City Council for tomor
row afternoon. Will consider gar
Forty followers have gone to New
York to meet Roger Sullivan when he
arrives from Europe tomorrow.
Edward O'Connor, accused of rob
bing Thos. Honches, restaurant man,
739 N. 'Clark st., sent back to Joliet
for violation of parole. -
Sixteen alleged gamblers arrested
in raid on room at 167 W. Washing
Jury found Joseph Dohs and Anna
Poltrock not guilty of murdering
their new born babe.
Stephen Charnowski, 6, 8705 Com
mercial av., struck and injured by
auto driven by John P. Doyle, 527
Body of unidentified man, about p.
60, taken from drainage canal at VI
Police looking for negro who tried
to attack Elizabeth .Brady, 15, 6419
Noel Kinnaman, 27 W. Huron st.,
head of American Associated Sys
tem, arrested on charge of making
improper advances to Zella May Har
ris, 3853 Elmwood av.
Mrs. Frances Holmes, 20, told cor-