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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 24, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 4',
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ps.orted Miss Hager home. Took
mrse and three rings as-eecurity for
vsr appearance in court.
Miss Rose Havanitz, 2063 Mohawk
av., pronounced out of danger. Had
attempted suicide because policeman
had wronged her.
Max Stein, 1401 Hastings St., shot
self. Quarreled with wife" over
Christmas presents. May recover.
Alfred Boufford, 655 N. Homan
av., drank carbolic acid. Dead. Ac
cidental. Edw. J. Kelly, 2501 Michigan av.,
crushed between car and motor
truck. Dead. Police unable to find
Attack cause of death of Hannah
Dempsey, woman found unclad. Left
Case against Hanish, "sun priest,"
on charge of immorality dropped.
Clark refused to testify. Prosecutor
threatens to take it before grand
Thomas Misker, steamfrtter, shot
through shoulder at steamfitters'
headquarters. Assailants escaped.
150 more women made election
clerks and judges. No Republican
women on board.
Francis Faul, 521 S. Halsted st,
shot by brother John, 13. Condi
tion serious. John arrested.
Thomas Graeolich, 2323 S. Lasalle
street, musician, arrested. Mrs. Lil
lian Lane, 157 W .Huron st, recog
Harold Duggan, 17, dragged Mabel
LeVee, 1845 Buckingham pL, into al
ley. Fined $100,
500,000 parcels post packages han
dled yesterday. Costs Chicago post
office $1,000 a day overtime to han
dle holiday rush.
Daniel Donahoe found guilty of
conspiracy to defame Clarence Funk
and fined $2,000 got continuance un
til Jan. 15.
John Mitchell, gypsy "king" taken
to Iowa. Warrant sworn by Des
James O'Hearn, 5520 S. Throop
st, dead.- Shot Dec. 16 by Albert
King, special policeman. Kluga
held pending inquest
Price war between two bakeries at
Nprwood Park. Many people getting
David Callison, rag peddler, 1519
.Hastings st., snowballed. Fell. Sent
Qleason confirms pay rule. Saloon
keepers not to cash checks of uni
Dr. Margaret Livingston, 36 W.
Adams st., found guilty. Sent im
proper information through mail.
May get 5 years and $5,000.
A '"Madonna" by Murillo found by
Chicago painter in Muncie, Ind. If
authentic worth $50,000.
Consignment of 800 cans labeled
"supergrade tomatoes" seized " by
federal authorities. Unfit for food.
Lot of goods said to have been in
Ohio floods also taken.
John O'Donnell, former city po
liceman, found guilty of murder of
Philip Sullivan, saloonkeeper. 14
years in pen. Result of political feud.
i a rienricksen, 2601 Calumet
av.; Mrs. E. Stearns, 2436 W. 45th
st, and Flora Gabor, 2618 Wentworth
av'., injured when Halsted st car
crashed into Wentworth av. car at S.
Clark 'arid W. Harrison sts. Fog to
Charles DeWoodv todav resigned
his position of chief vice investigator
or ieaerai department of justice in
Chicago to take up duties as head Of
trust and economic investigating
o c -
Clinton, III, Glenn Sparks, 13,
badly burned while playing Santa
Claus ne"ar Christmas tree.
Michigan City, Ind. Mayor F. C.
Miller sued W. B. Hutchinson, weal
thy merchant for $25,000 Charges
slander during political campaign.
Clinton, III. Dr. H. E. Price and
Angel Gandjs, rich young Porto
Kican, acquitted of charge of caus
ing death of Margaret Trainer by