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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 23, 1913, Image 8',
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. - "LOCAL
Several thrilling rescues of women
and childred marked fire in flat build
ing at 99th fst ari&SS. Michigaftvav.
"Curtis M. Treat, Ass'n of Com
merce, arrested for flirting, freed with
? warning by Judge Fake.
State's Att'n Hoyne gave out state-
- ment attacking T. J. Symmes, law
partner of Weymouth Kirkland, in
dicted for fraud.
Judge Pam announced he will hold
? -night session until Punk jury is com-
Cordon Reed, 4550 Magnolia av.,
whose auto struck and killed HT D.
'Smith JuneO, held to grand jury by
- Judge Mahoney.
Body of Adolf Batzow, Clencoe,
'' found hanging from closet door.
Henry Spencer will plead insanity:
J ' TELEGRAPH
Washington. Pres. Wilson will
;make no protest to the Russian gov
c ernment ia regard to the Mendel
.Beilis trial fearing to strain relations
between the two countries, which are
., already unsatisfactory.'
Thibodeaux, La- Three persons
j killed, 27 injured in cyclone. Heavy
Laporte, Ind. Ralph Boll, 9,'.stung
by honey bee three daysago, died of
n Washington. State Department
. Lmade representations to Huerta gov
.exnment insisting no harm snail
e come to Daniel and Evaristo Madero,
"j. uncles of former president, arrested
C byiederal authorities at Monterey.
Bluefield, W. Va Police hunting
negro who. shot and instantly killed,
. Will Crockett and probably .fatally
woundedMary Justice, -colored.
I Washington. - Officials tracing
shprtage m San Francisco mint, re-
ported discovery of six "trade dol-
i c Jars" in sack of, coin, bringing total
" theft to $13.
'. WADTDELL-lvTAHON. "SLUGGER '
LANDS IN JAIL
The slugging methods of the Wad-dell-Mahon
were brought into a Chicago saloon
last night and as a result the victim
of the slugging' may lose the sight of
his right eye. -x w
John G-. Merrill, who represents the
Waddell-Mahon gunmen-in Chicago,
was drinking with a woman in the
back room of the Log Cabin saloon,
331 South Clark street, last night W.
S. Cunningham, a merchant of Cisco
Lake, Wisconsin, entered the place'. -
Shortly after, Merrill hit Cunning
ham in the right eye. Cunningham
gave a cry of pain. A policeman
rushed in and arrested Merrill.
At the station he claimed' that Cun-r
ningham-had spoken to his female1
companion. In a loud voice he de
clared that he was the "Chicago rep
resentative of the Waddell-Mahon
corporation. andvhas an office in the
The case was called before Judge
Mahoneys court this morning, but
owing to the condition of Cunning
ham's eye, which physicians say he
might lose, the -case was discontin
ued until Oct 29.
MRS. WAYMAN CLAIMS $150,000
Mrs. John E. W. Wayman, widow
of the late state's attorney, who shot
and killed himself last April, is claim
ing the $160,000 disputed misde
meanor fees collected in the Munici
pal Court during his term in office.
. Mrs. Wayman let out this informa
tion when sfie filed an inventory of -hi&
estate in the Probate Court. An
other interesting item is the personal
property totaling $23,210, part of
which is stock in the B. & O. Rail
road, the "United" States Steel cor
poration antTthe Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe Railroad.' Mr. Wayman
had nearly $1,000 worth of goods and
chotMT nnd $18,600 in cash in the
" -I Bank'