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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 24, 1913, Image 5',
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NEWSlOF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Chas. Furthmann, under indict
ment for conspiracy to obstruct pub
lic justice, released, on $5,000 bonds.
Harry B. Pearson,, conductor, sued
Northwestern Railroad for $30,000.
Crippled through accident.
Gen. Grzegroz Murawski, Polish
exile, died at his home, 1326 W. Divi
sion st. 101 years old.
Justice Charles Bell and Constable
Henry Pine, Melrose Park, on trial
before Judge Owens. Charged with
' running trap for autoists.
Though principal object of the con
ference of the Illinois Bankers' Asso
ciation here today is to discuss means
of throwing harpoon into Owen-Glass
currency bill, the bankers refused to
comment on bill to reporters.
Coroner Hoffman ordered body of
Wm. H. Lee, wealthy publisher, who
died without heirs, exhumed on peti
tion of Mrs. Lucinda Anderson, ne
gress, who claims to be Lee's widow.
Nick Dolfin, teamster, 519 N. Ra
cine av., badly crushed by load of
lumber that fell from wagon.
Marion Drochowski, 15, 821 N.
Ashland av., stabbed in arm by An
drew Kedron, 15, 1350 Augusta St.,
F. D. Blendermann, sec'yNational
Onion Salt Co., killed when auto
Fire at Inter Ocean bldg. $5,000
Carl Smith, 14, 1407 Sherman av.,
pupil at Haven High School, badly
heaten by Prof. Francis Paul Taft,
manual training class.
Matthew Dengesel, after 90 days
watching, caused arrest of W. C.
Woodward, who sold him Logan
monument for $415.
Buddy Glover, Lincoln Park life
guard, probably fatally injured, and
John M. Jacobs, 2224 Irving Park
blvd., hurt when auto crashed into
building. Jacobs arrested.
Edw. O'Brien, 3280 N. Clark st.,
thrown from buggy when struck by
Joseph Deusler and his wife, Cath
erine, each 94, found dead in gas
filled room, 28 Clark av., Austin.
Mrs. Katie Snyder, 9024 Green Bay
av., stabbed with pen knife by hus
band. A. Braggio, art dealer, 849 S. Hal
sted st., fined $20 and costs for ex
hibiting nude picture.
Hahnemann Medicall College plans
constructing $1,000,000 hospital and
college of medicine.
Municipal Judge Hopkins, after
tour inspectidn, says Chicago is bet
ter morally than any city abroad.
Pres. McCormick has demanded
detailed account of all expense money
used, by detectives in state's attor
District attorney will investigate
charge that Motion Picture Exhibi
tors' League constitutes a trust.
Mrs. Bessie Rigby, 50, 1821 Cuyler
av., dropped dead on street. Heart
Vincent Noga, 31, 31 E. Illinois st.,
who admits he's an author, fined $10
for disturbing neighbors at night.
Judge Fry, Speeders' Court, says
judge should have power to impose
jail sentences instead of fines on
Four negro auto bandits arrested
after terrorizing citizens of Gary and
Mary McDowell resigned from
board of directors of Illinois Equal
Russell M. Tarbox, music com
poser, tJok trip to Crown Point-to
pay delinquent auto bill and incident
ally married Louise Winheim, 813
Capt. Healy, mounted police squad,
says Chicago hasn't enough police
to protect human life.
Mabel Sturtevant, "angel" of six
Northwestern University co-eds, dis--appeared.
So did $1,750.
City council committee of Wo
men's Party of Cook County liad
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