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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 23, 1913, Image 5

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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWSJTEMS
Capt. Stuart; of postofflce inspec
lion bureau says he is hot on trail
of man and -woman in "germ letter"
case. "
Michael Mariga, 70, 2035 Hf. Kedzie
av., struck, and killed by--Kedzie av.
car. T -
Long .expected reorganization of
police force due Oct. 9.
, Sixteen -true bills expected- from
special .grand jury, investigating vote
frauds, -this-afternoon.
W. D. Steward, Piano, III.? and Nel
son N. Lampert, Chicago- banker,
both after job of controller of cur
rency. --
Chas. Stankoi miner, Butte, Mont;
narrowly escaped 'death after blow
ing out gas at Dover Hotel, 4161 S.
Halsted st
Armed bandit robbed Conductor H.
Normal .of $12 on 'Kedzie av. car.
Steel 'trust chiefs, whoare meet
ing here,1 visited Gary steel mills. .
Wm. Mahoney, Acme1 Hotel, 550 W.
Madison St., TObbed of $3 by man
whom he says looks like him.
Body of Rudolph Bohm, 2618
Throop st, found hanging from gate
of home.
Miss Frances Kejlar, chief 'of .the!
Progressive National Service; will be
the guest of honor tomorrow night at
the weekly meeting, of the Chicago
Progressive Club. Jane Addams, Aid.
Charles E. Merriam, Mrs. Raymond
Ro"bins and Mrs. Kellogg Fairbank
will speak.
Mrs. " Henry C. Schwab, daughter
of Nelson Morris and wife of vice
president of Rothschild & Co., may
.sue for divorce.
Mrs. Elizabeth Reemer, 65, 6511
Woodlawn av., struck ,and-seriousIy
injured by auto owned by -John M.
Carlson, 7348 Morse av.
City announces that new garbage
dump is ready and collection will be.
made tomorrow.
Gov. Hiram Johnson, California,
says Republicans will have to give'in
and' join Progresslve.party;
Joseph Jelzik, Blue Island, II.,,con
stable, who ran down and fatally in
jured Michael Clemens with his auto ,
Oct 13, exonerated by coroner's jury.
Lee Yee and Yea Ping arraigned
before TJ. S. Commissioner Buell as
opium smugglers.
. William C. Ellis, who killed his
wife in Hotel Sherman, will fight
case. ' "
Arthur J. Schiller, 1927 Humboldti
blvd., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles John-'
son narrowly escaped injury when
auto went over bank and into Hum
boldt Park lily pond. ,
J. A. Garrett, 35, Birmingham, Ala.,
arrived in town. "Met two con men.
Out $90. '-
New speller for use in public
schools will be selected next week.
Former Ambassador' to Mexico t
Henry lane Wilson stopped In qity ,
on way east Wouldn't talk of Mexi
can situation.
Padded brick thieves got $8fftt
worth of jewelry from window of .Jas. v
Mudra's jewelry store,. 5121 W.
22d st
i Mrs. Augusta Morgan, 2432 Prairie,,
av., robbed of purse containing $51
and 3 rings.
Paul Stuirbaht, 1020 N. Rockwell'
st, struck and injured "by auto 'of Br.
R."A. Oakes. , t
Chicago Reduction Company as.
rejected $133t000 offer from cityto
purchase plant . - -
Rev. EdwardJ. Gleeson, 61, teach-,
er of philpsppfiy and theology a
Eoyoia University, dead. ci
Chicago members of state legisla
ture in movement for ','Little Capitol" ,
in Chicago.
Mrs. Harry Desmond Gertie, Oak
Park, wants annulmentof marriage.
Declares she was only .15 7hen mar
ried in. 1909. t
Mjchael Wblak, Highland Parkt
tailor, fined '$3 fpr -striking." jMrs.'E.
P. Xnapp after argument over bill. ' j
Employes who have worked for
county for seven years' will be aJ-
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