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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 18, 1913, Image 5',
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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Thieves got $200 in stamps and
money from six offices in Commercial
bldg., 54 W. Lake st
Two families rescued from fire
which attacked two-story bldg. at
1632 W. Lake st. $2,500 loss.
Walter Diamond, 27, 3314 Lexing
ton st., newspaper man, dead.
Michael Piatt, wanted in Chicago
on charge of stealing suitcase of jew
elry from South Shore Country Club,
arrested in' Duluth, Minn.
Mrs. Charlotte Cooke , widow of
John Cooke, brewer, 5004 Grand
blvd., narrowly escaped death when
she accidentally drank bichloride of
Lorane Minkler, 501 N. State st.,
stabbed and beaten by three men in
rooming house, 10 E. Illinois st.
Thieves got $200 worth of valua
bles from home of Ben Varon, 512
Cook book will be given away with
every marriage license.
E. C. Clark, 74, Onwentsia Club,
hurt by street car at Lake and Dear
Louis Buehr, 1425 Belmont av.,
fined $100 for taking 12-year-old
daughter's savings for drink.
Policeman J. J. O'Neill injured by
auto owned and driven by Warren
Roberts, pres. Roberts & Schaffer.
Police seeking Mrs. Chas. Charles,
1430 S. Morgan St., who disappeared
week ago. 4-year-old daughter
W. H. Dingman, painter, 325 Lotus
av., died from injuries sustained in
street car accident.
All the judges are dodging the trial
of Attorney Daniel Donahue.
Mme. Anna Ripley, Chicago Dress
makers' Club, says women will use
no paint, powder, make-up, or false
hair in the future.
Health Commissioner Young says
that pitching the "spitball" is not un
healthy. John Savaria, 2847 Lowe av., in
jured by stolen auto driven by three
boys who escaped. Machine owned
by George Walker, 531 W. 39th st
Chief McWeeny to either arrest or
shoot men responsible for murder
and robbery in Mandel Bros.' barn.
Robert Kane, 1243 S. Fairfield av.,
swatchman, shot and killed by Wm.
Pingot, in latter's saloon, 2701 W.
12th st. Slayer claims self defense.
Rose Glowacs, 1800 W. 17th st.,
robbed of $6 by purse snatcher.
August Schocht, employe of Chi
cago Golf Club, killed by Aurora, El
gin & Chicago train.
Police and relatives are searching
for Albert Berg, 26, 1510 N. Campbell
av., who disappeared Tuesday after
noon. Joseph Devodie, 1626 Spencer av.,
reached for his hat, which had blown
off, and fell from auto to his death
County board rejected all bids from
large milk dealers. Exorbitant prices
demanded. Will advertise for new
Residents of Ayres pi., Evanston,
are protesting against renting of
house on that street to negro family.
Sen. Lewis and W. L. O'Connell
will leave for Springfield tonight for
conference with Gov. Dunne.
Mitchell Clar, city sewer dept,
struck by auto truck. Severely
Attorney T. V. O'Donnell has
brought a witness 20,000 miles to
testify in will contest.
The Straight Goods Cigar Co.,
owned by S. Herzberg, where twenty
seven cigar cutters are on strike, fol
lowing discharge of six men who
were leaders in unionizing the shop,
is located at 1326 Madison St., not
28th av., as stated in yesterday's Day
John Hussey, 30, shot in leg when
he tried to break away from Officers
Keeley and Cassidy, Cottage Grove
Rev. James L. Wharton, negro,
Buxton, la., arrested on complaint of