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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 02, 1913, Image 5

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
r Emmett Flood, organizer-for the
Americaji Federation of Labor, leaves
for Calumet, Mich., tonight to ad
dress striking mine workers.
Aid. Lipps, 26th ward, charged that
mayor's friends will receive $64,000
for sale of land to be used as garbage
dump.
f John C. Henning believed to have
been kidnapped from train on way to
Chicago.
Police searching for Wm. Koch, 1,
2618 Throop st.,' who disappeared
Monday.
Unwritten law failed to save-Luther
Sweeney, who shot and killed Chas,
Kann in Aug., 1912. Found guilty of
manslaughter.
Frank Latters, 21, 5424 S. Morgan
st, stabbed himself after quarrel with
mother. May recover.
Hugh Brady, teamster, 2531 Wash
ington blvd., fell from wagon. Frac
tured skull.
Louis F. Maier, 26, 156 W. 56th st.,
former collector, tried suicide by
jumping into lake from Chicago
Beach Hotel pier. Rescued and ar
rested. Body of.Stephan Crean, 50, music
teacher, 1639 W. Madison st, found
in room. Dead, three weeks. Carbolic
acid bottle on floor. v
Peter Vonneter, 1511, S. 17th av.f
robbed by,.twoanne3 men at 12th st
and St Louis av. . u
State's, Attorney Hoyne - wants
funds with which to get after tax
dodgers.. -
Charlotte Benz, Indianapolis, cou
sin of Joe Benz, White So pitcher,
arrived in city for her marriage to
"Tex" Russell, White Sox star.
Jimmy Ward, young Chicago avi
ator, hero of 1,800 flights, has retired
from game. N
Six families routed' by fire that at
tacked three-story apartment build
ing at 1106-8 Winona st Origin to be
investigated.
Chas.'Vanducct, 450 N. Morgan st,
and Peter Pevello, 448. N, Sangamon
st., hurt when motorcycle collided
with auto of Aimer Coe, 4932 Lake av.
It is reported that 10,000 women
have joined Progressive party.
Police of Hinman st. station aided
Mrs. Antonio Kahrem, 36, and her 8
children, ranging from 5 to 19, who
appealed for aid.
Officer Fred Reehl, S. Chicago sta
tion, rescued four people in fire at
home of Charles J. Johnson, 7620
Bond av.
Six hundred revolvers, 35 rifles, 10
shotguns, bushel' of knives and" pint
of nitroglycerin dumped into the lake
by city custodian.
Clyde S. Walters, steeplejack, fell
55 feet from Oak Forest Infirmary
steeple. Dead.
Ludwig Dancinger, 5, 2550 Lime
st., grabbed live wire. Badly burned.
Tony Schasimank, 574 Throop st.,
who shot himself in Grant Park Sept
26, is dead.
Dr. George Spencer, former city
physician, enjoined from visiting
wife, 4441 Park av., while her divorce
suit is pending.
Thos. Ford and Fred Weaverfound
guilty of robbery-of John Roughan,
127 Sheldon st
Dr. D. V. Ireland, delegate to spon
dylotherapy congress, says spine
massages will-reduce flesh of blondes,
but not so good for brunettes.
Lord Northcliffe, English publish
ers, says that some day newspaper
reporters will get wise -and form a
union.
Mayor Harrison has set aside Oct.
9 as "Fire Prevention Day."
Policeman John E. Charles, Cot
tage Grove av. station, dropped dead
after catching 3 alleged auto thieves.
Policeman Michael Rasmussen,; W.
Chicago ay. station, fired from force
for flirting on duty.
Thos. McGill, Pitcaim, Ba., struck
and. injured by auto in S. Chicago.
Autoist sped away.
Sidney Glickman, 9, 1018 S. Marsh,
field ay., probably fatally injured by
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