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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 15, 1913, Image 7',
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.treasurer. Sheriff Michael Zimmer
Wants Democratic nomination.
Dr. Carl H. Stone, dentist, 852 Bel
mont av., accidentally shot and seri
o'usly wounded while hunting at Fox
Lake. - ,
Two factions of Lake Bluff, Coun
try Club scrapping about tango.
Leroy Long, 3628,'Rokeby st.jshot
when gun discharged while hunting
at Cedar Lake. Injuries not serious.
Rev. Pceston Bradley denounced
alleged reformers in sermon at Peo
ple's Church, Clark and Addison.
Tama Solomon, on trial for job as
policewoman, arrested Arnold Baum,
suspected of robbing Isaac Stein's
clothing store, 568 W. 12th st.
F. S. Stewart, traveling salesman,
2127 Jackson blvd., identified body in
Rochester, N. Y., few days, ago as
his wife's. She's alive -and safe at
Police raided Southerners' "Club,
alleged gambling house, 1440 Carroll
av Arrested 36 negroes. Efford
Woodson, formerly of city attorney's
office? among them.
Gambling squad raided poolroom,
3211 Ogden av. Five men caught. '
Joseph Master&n, Cleveland, ar
rested as burglar when police found
letter from sweetheart. Will be sent
Rev. W. R. Kedzie, Glen Ellyn'Con
gregational Church, preached to 56
kids and 45 dollies yesterday.
Julius Sche1er,.84, who jumped in
Chicago river few days ago, died yes
terday. Nothing to live' for, his ex
cuse. Attorney for T. AO'Shaughnessy,
artist, may enjoin Eastern syndicate
from exploiting three Columbus cara
vels. Ernest Mazzone, 16, 571 Forquer
St., arrested while trying to rob home
of Geo. Tuellmalz, 1015 W. Harrison
st. Another boy escaped.
Jackson Park Life Saving crew res
cued sloop, containing four girls and
six men, from "Lake Michigan.
Mary Bova, 16, 240" W. 22d st., set
fire to herself while starting fire with
kerosene. House partially burned.
Two neighbors burned rescuing girL
Gus Lotts, polisher, 1328 S. Wash
tenaw av.r stabbed in neck by man
who escaped. '
Police asked to look for-Mrs. Mabel
Brown, 23, 3224 McLean av., who
disappeared three weeks ago.
Edw. Eikenhaus, 2, died of burns
at St. Mary's Hospital. Played with
County board will take up County
Hospital building tangle today.
Mrs. Ralph B. Stockton, 22,6321
Drexel blvd., divorced wife of Thos.
Rusk, 5138 Union av., who kidnapped
her daughter, Celeste, 4, Saturday,
from Rusk's home, may face -court
Annie Mackey, 22, 5723 Armitage
av., tried to jump in lake. Stopped
and talked out of notion by Mrs.
Harry Askin, wife of theatrical man.
Sen. Ham Lewis and Roger Sulli
van will confer today on federal jobs.
Committee on naval affairs of U. S.
House will arrive here in November
to Investigate conditions at Great
Lakes Training School, Lake Bluff.
Through route of Northewestern
and South Side "L" trains tried out
John L. McNama'ra seems to have
lost out in race for job as chief engi
neer of schools. Francis J. McAdams
given 60-days appointment.
Chas. Sing, murdered Chinaman,
buried yesterday at Rosehill. White
girl widow only mourner.
Lieut.-Gov. O'Hara spoke at picnic
of National Freight Handlers at Riv
Mrs. Jacquanna Russom, wife of
Thos.- F. Russom, Evanston broker,
is said to be in Chicago. Was recently
arrested after being found in Denver
hotel with Francis W. Keeler.
Mrs. Florence .Wagner, 16, Ash
burn, m., taken into custody at Polk
st. station. Had left husband. Will be -sent
Jas. C. O'Connor, Joliet capitalist,
who is in Will County jail to escape
creditors, may be tested for sanity."
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