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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 07, 1913, Image 5

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- LOCAL DOING'S IN TABLOID FORM
Belza Grahovaco, 45, 8915 Green
Bay ay., laborer, shot and killed by
unidentified man.
Chie.f Gleason may post reorgan
ization appointments late this after
noon. New chief also going to make
captains get-busier.
Jesse Gillage resumed stand this
afternoon and made more accusa
tiong against indicted clairvoyant
trust men. .
Isabella Carruthers sworn in as
bailiff at Court of Domestic Relations.
First woman bailiff.
Committee of three named to in
vestigate fire prevention apparatus in
public schools.
Peter V, Grogan, 2954. Groveland
av., held up and robbed of JJ8P inkcash
and-$400 In jewelry by three men.
Mrs. Elizabeth Li I ley, 5021 Lake
Park av., station agent of I, C. road at
31st st, argued with hold-up man and
he fled without money.
Salvatore Tenticura, 1022 Town
send st, shot and wounded, when
two Italians opened fire at each other
at Oak and Townsend sts. Both es
caped. Peter Hanson, 1126 Monroe st.,
held up and robbed by twp men who
were later arrested and Identified.
Three robbers held up saloon of
Albert Wyascek, 824 Augusta st, and
got $35.
Aid. Merriam discovered joker in
street car merger ordinance and may
open up (fight.
Sullivan and Dunne forces of far
South Side held love feast at 63d and
Halsted sts. last night
John Dahlr 713 Buckingham pi.,
mail collector, badly iurjt when his
wagon was struck by street car.
Two robbers tried to enter home of
Detective James P. O'Neill, 6111 S.
Wabash av. Mrs. O'Neill drove them
away by firing revolver.
Passengers in panic when street
car became stalled on Madison st
bridge with boat approaching. Bridge
turned with car oil It. , ,
Thos. McCormick, 78, tried to com
mit suicide by walking into Lake
Michigan. Officer Hennessey threat
ened to shoot and he hurried right
out and was arrested. .
Attorneys Ben Cohen and Elmer
Brothers had fist fight in Judge
Foell's courtroom. Cohen won.
Roman G. Lewis, asst. city prose
cutor, who was in Hayes' saloon,
J958 W. Lake St., at time of recent
raid, will not be fired by Corporation
Counsel Sexton.
Chicago society women will start
tango tea club at Chicago av. and
Rush st
Margaret Bloom, 2, 5712 Justine
st, saved from death by fender on
63d st car.
Mrs. Sarah Foster, indicted for
using mails to advertise card clubs,
surrendered. Released on $1,000
bond.
John Kelly, Palace Hotel, arrested
after he is alleged to have stolen
satchel from auto.
Geo. C. Jezek, 1233 S. Millard av.,
killed himself. Unhappy love affair
with Laura Griswold, 18,14 Wilmot av.
Walter L. Fisher says Harrison
subway scheme is only dream
Roasted administration for present
tangle.
Italian Democratic Club of 22d
Ward to call on John C. Eastman,
publisher of Chicago Journal, and
urge- him to run for U. S. senate.
Hotel LaSalle has lifted ban on
pipe smoking in cafe.
Coroner Hoffman wants all deadly
poisons cotnained in bottles covered
with, sharp spines, the touch of which
would warn the careless.
Three men hired auto operated by
Albert Meyers, 1807 Warren av., and
forced him to run car while they
committed several robberies.
Axel Carlson, chauffeur, got frac
tured skull when street car struck his
auto.
Helen Galtagner, 29, 1927 Norwood
at, probably ,, fatally injured. Fell
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