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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 03, 1913, Image 5

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Michael Kobus, 23,2343 S'. Whip
ple St., and Ignatz Martin, 23, 1919 W.
17th st, arrested. Said to have rob
bed Theodore ZimbowskI and John
DrzawskL
Eggs going up, say dealers. Boy
cott has only helped to boost prices.
Federal grand jury investigating
charges against Att'y Geo. L. Schlein.
Said to have used Mann white slave
act for blackmail.
Ericsson wants $10,000. Gets $6,
000 as building commissioner. Wants
$4,000 as mason contractors' exam
iner. Seems to have no trouble hold
ind two jobs.
Downfall of "Sollie" Lewinsohn,
professional bondsman, blamed on
bucket shops. Said to have been
stung for $50,000.
Waukegan city council raised sa
loon license to $1,000. Mayor Bidin
ger cast deciding vote. His - life
threatened.
Fog has cost Chicago $1,000,000 in
business. Crime increased 100 per
cent
"Lefty" Moore and Richard Wood,
negroes, held to grand jury. Robbed
Paul T. Gilbert $5 watch and pin.
Jerry O'Connor, escaped from
JoUet, believed to be hiding in Chi
cago. Wesley Snyder, 19, paid wife $500.
Abandonment
Fire at Hamilton Club bldg., Mon
roe and State sts. Half-clad bathers
crowded fire escapes. Loss $20,000.
Police captains took examination.
Gleason wants to know about their
duties.
Dr. C. B. Abbot Co., 1323 S. Michi
gan av., before federal jury. Misuse
of mails.
James A. Patterson, prosecutor
31st district, Indiana, charged with
neglect of duty. Failed to stop gam
bling;. Robert Halpin, 2810 Flourney st,
awarded $10,000. Sued First Na
tional Bank Bid?:. Injured by coal
conveyor, ,
Mrs. Aldie Doganoist, Montreal,
Can., dying. Wants police to find son,
Bert L. Jackson.
Mrs. Clara Costello, serving 15-day
sentence, released to attend baby
born after arrest
Logue children deny perjury
coaching. Say mother told them to
tell the truth.
L. J. Abbott, Oklahoma City, dying,
tuberculosis. X-ray. Gold tooth in
lung.
Frank Tyschfer, motorman, and
Thos. J. Nolan, conductor, held for
murder. Said to have killed Carl
Mueller in fight on Western av. car.
Diamantes Karabella arrested. Al
leged forgery in suit for wages.
Harry J. Buechsler, mngr. Aldrich
bakery, stabbed in chest Benj. Duff
wanted.
Edward Kraft, 3606 S. Winchester
av., shot by negro. Assailant es
caped. Arabella L, Dunbar lost $4,000. Ap
pellate Court set aside judgment
against Royal League, insurance or
ganization. Miss Ellen Grady, 55, employe
Hotel Metropole, killed. Fell down
elevator shaft
Women dodging jobs as election
clerks. Not anxious to explore pre
cincts at night to check up voters.
Traction committee rushing sub
way bilL. Want ordinance passed this
month.
Frank Wolter, 19, 3355 Berteau av.,
wants $25,000 from F. W- Scharf,
fafher-in-law. Alleged alienation of
wife's affections.
C, M. & St P. train hit wagon.
Wm. Hendvicka, 1416 W. Ohio st,
and Wm. Babbitt, 133 S. Winchester,
thrown clear of tracks. Uninjured.
Daylight robbers got $1,500 in
'Woodlawn. Lewis Dresan. 5829
Prairie av., and J. Gaw, 6343"Ellis avM
victims.
Mayor refuses to accept the resig-'
nation of, Dr. Geo. B. Young, health
commissioner, from the city .waste,
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