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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 09, 1913, Image 5',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
John Palmerr 19, who was kid
naped 14 'years ago and is now in
Cleburne, Tex., asked police to find
his parents, who lived in Chicago.
Lone bandit got $20 from Joseph
Budek, saloonkeeper, 700 N. Ash
Fire attacked Linwood Hall, 4140
Byron st, and 'flat adjoining, 3857 W.
41st ct $15,000 loss.
Fire caused panic among '270 pa
tients at Chicago Home for Incur
ables, 5535 Ellis av. Extinguished.
Thos. Leahy, 28, 1218 W. 32d st,
who was struck with bottle in saloon
fight with six men Sunday, 'died.
Body of Henry Iwicki, 7, 1418 Hood
av., drowned in river Sunday, recov
Body of unidentified man found in
ball park, Chicago Heights.
Chas. Schneider, 23, and Ernest
Rockstraw, 23, prisoners, escaped
September grand jury impaneled
by Judge Brentano.
Ruth Born, 6, injured by taxicab
driven by Jas. Damico, 213 Goethe st.
Motorcycle Cop Floyd Wilcox, 3317
Park ay., thrown fronvmachine while
chasing auto on Independence blvd.
Mayor Harrison going to Quebec,
Can., for two weeks, Sept 16.
Frank Scoldote, 1111 Milton -av.,
shot and wounded by unidentified
Italian at Milton av. and Oak st
M. J. Marley fined $10 and costs
for sitting on girl's lap in street car.
R. A. Widdowson, secry of City
Civil Service Commission, says men
who - don't mind odors make best
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young-says Chi
cago needs more schools.,
Joseph Hula, 5130 S. Robey st.,
robbed of$500 by foiir pickpockets.
Elston av. car.
Thirty-fifth, st. car struck buggy.
Two men and girl injured.
Capt Frank J. Blabana", Engine No.
55, fell through roof during fire at
222J,High st Internal injuries.
Arthur Taylor, chauffeur for Ed
mond Kaufman, took boss' car witti
out permission. Got into smash-up.
Got six months.
Frank J. Graham, son of Andy Gra
ham, appointed tax appraiser under
inheritance tax law by Judge Owens.
Mayor Harrison approves plan to'
widen LaSalle st
Mrs. Jennie Cone, wife of Michael
Cone, 1114 N. Franklin st, stabbed
in arm. Was defending husband from
two highwaymen. r
John Hanson, chauffeur for Jim
Forgan, fined $3 and costs. Speeding.
Mrs. Belle Watson, 1802 W. Erie
st, filed charges against Policeman
Michael Rdsmussen, W. Chicago av.
station. Claims he dragged her into
alley to attack her.
Jas. O'Leary, 8, 1637 Austin av.,
badly injured by auto driven by Har
old Roth, 1054 N. Ashland av.
Chas. Drauca, 59, started across Cl
& E. I. Railroad tracks at Chicago
Heights. Didn't hear whistle. Un
Unidentified man killed by Chicago
& Milwaukee electric car at Wauke
gan. Policeman Jos. McGuire, Chicago
av. station, scratched while over
powering crazy woman. V Blood
Chief McWeeny transferred two
sergeants and nine patrolmen. ,
Nick Bukema, 17, 6030 S. Morgan
st, freed. Killed father, Arend
Bukema, 50. Pleaded father struck
Chicago religious papers pledged
support to Illinois Anti-Saloon
Atty. Daniel Donahue, indicted
with Isaac Stiefel and Ailleen Hepp
ner'for conspiracy against C. S.
Funk, denied motion for separate
' Officers Carlin and Flannigan,
Hoyne's office, who brought Charles
Schartenberg to Chicago to testify In
Annenberg case, will be returned' to
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