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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 02, 1913, Image 5',
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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Countess Adelaid de Rogal Allen, I
charged with disorderly conduct on
complaint of 0. W. Buck, discharged
Chief Justice Brentano, Criminal
Court, assumed his new power of as
signing cases today.
Over $6,000 has been contributed
to vote fraud investigation.
Twenty-nine Chinamen, arrested
on gambling, charge, freed by Judge
Judge Chas. C. Cutting quit Pro
bate Court bench after announcing
himself disgusted with political in
fluence. Judge Daniel Gregg his tem
Mad dog terrorized crowd aft ball
game in Washington Park. Finally
killed by policeman.
Yestercfay was hottest September
morn since 1832. 95 degrees at 4
Mary Alesi, 10, 950 Milton av.,
badly injured by motorcycle that
didn't stop. ",
Four -firemen injured when roof
fell during fire at Northwestern
Brewery cooperage plant.
Scza Swanson, 15, 3302 Archer av.,
probably fatally injured, and Victoria,
6, hurt Struck by car at Lincoln st.
and. Archer av.
John Vito, 2125 Wentworth av.,
stabbed in head by unidentified man
at 22d st. and Wentworth av.
Oscar Haeerman, 37. 11250 S.
Michigan av., arrested for parading
in woman's garb.
Schuettler's gambling squad took
in 116 men in raids yesterday.
400,000 kids expected at the public
Edward Slasslick, 3, 1350 Bauwans
st.jfell downstairs. "Dead.
John Euoicke, 11, 1446 Emma st.,
died from fall downstairs.
Elks met at Congress Hotel and de
cided to erect home for aged mem-
hprft at. TJfifJford P,it.v. Va.
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- rire destroyed morns uoiasiem s
junk shop, 1348 S.Morgan st,-Neigh
boring families routed by danger of
Six people in yacht nearly drowned
when gale struck them on way to Mil
waukee. Police searching for Wm. Jackson,
2413 W. 13th St., who disappeared
Aug. 21. Wife fears foul play.
Mayor Harrison has officially de
clared that the straw hat can remain
until Sept. 15. Hurrah!
00 members of reform societies
are trying to block appointment of
Chas. J. Vopicka, president of Atlas
Brewery, as American ambassador to
''Two men and woman nearly killed
by explosion when they entered gas
filled room at 5807 Union av., in
which Frank Duggan lay dead. Sui
John D. Cameron, sales manager of
International Harvester Co., arrested
when auto tail lights went out stayed
in New City police station 38 hours
rather than be taken out on bonds.
"Wanted to show the police they
couldn't run him." r-
September Morn, looking more
mornish than ever and without a
trace of bathrobe, defied law yester
day and reappeared in art store win
dow, Monroe st. and Wabash av.
Stanley Kruga, 36, 4544 Crystal st.,
stabbed 11 times in fight that fol
lowed supper party at which he was
Ten speeders arrested by South
Chicago police yesterday. Five oth
er autoists arrested for throwing.beer
bottles from machines.
Mrs. Ignatz Kofozynsky, 22 Au
gusta st, arrested for bouncing hub
by on head with dish.
Band concert in Grant Park to
night. . t
John Graham, 60, New Southern
Hotel, put nice finishing touches, on
young man who tried to hold him up.
Nick Bisteldorf, 1450 W. 61st st.,
and 'Frank Volet, 2107 W. 13th st,
probably fatally scalded when beer