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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 06, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
John Shutt, Devon la., arrested for
disorderly conduct, tried to hang self
in cell at Stockyards station.
No more passes for politicians is
first decision of Utilities Commission.
Louis Heim, baker at E. 31st st.,
felled with hammer. Robber sore.
Got no cash.
John O'Connell arrested while hid
ing on pantry shelf. Alleged pick
pocket Clothes of Bessie Galanski, 14, 3411
S. Morgan st, caught fire. Bonfire.
Condition critical.
Mrs. Anna Bronda, packer at J. H.
McGill match factory, 2267 Clybourn
av., severely burned. Clothes caught
fire.
Slaughter house of Sulzberger &
Sons Co., W. 41st st. and S. Paulina
st, damaged by fire. Loss $20,000.
Delaney Malting Co., malt house,
N. Leclalre. av. and Moffat st, de
stroyed by fire. Loss $100,000.
Suit for alienation of affections of
Edgar C. Zane filed by Mrs. Ruby
Zane. Wants $50,000 from mother-in-law.
Selection of jury in vote fraud
cases started.
George W. Jackson Co., contract
or, in hands of receiver. Liabilities
$350,000.
Miss Nellie Eckart shot by Willard
Abbott, 2717 W. Congress. Abbott
suicided. Miss Eckart may die.
James Henry, negro, 846 S. State
St., fatally shot by Frank Jones, ne
gro. Jones arrested.
Frank Zibarkaite and Ben Doro
rowski, arrested; charged with mur
der of oJseph Noreike, 1515 S Canal.
William Wilheims fined $10 and
costs. Disorderly conduct
Melville E. Reeves, wife Margaret,
and Russell Thompson released on
$25,000 bond. Are indicted for bur
glary. Harry Rosenstein, 1634 W. 12th st,
given one year and $500 fine by Judge
Landis. Sold whisky without federal
license.
George Frank said to have tried to
set fire to building, 1836 N. Halsted
st. Arrested.
Robert Edward stepped off dock in
to Chicago river. Rescued by police.
Body of Mrs. Domiana Carlarco,
842 Townsend st, found in river.
Missing since Sunday.
James Hale, 15, Hammond, Ind.,
killed by train at Lafayette.
Sherman Buffet, 524 Sherman st.,
raided. $25 cigars and $3 cash taken.
William Stephens, Wabash Hotel,
held for theft. Alleged to have taken
overcoat at Boston Store.
John F. McElligott fined $50 and
costs for writing obscene letter.
Stanislaw Brzecinski . held )for
grand jury. Alleged to have sent
"black hand" letter to John Kurcew
skl, 8817 Commercial av.
Madison st. bridge to be shifted to
permit Pennsylvania R. R. to build
new tracks. '
Joseph Kos, 1617 W. 18th st, died
at St. Anthony's Hospital. Struck by
auto Sunday. Victor Schiller, driver,
arrested.
Water main burst under river.
Diver to repair break.
Harry Thompson, 115 N. Ada st,
and Miss Etta McDonald, 2149 W.
Lake st, arrested. McDonald's wife
complainant Husband missing ten
days.
Mrs. Mary Smith, 5518 S. Halsted
st, arrested. Charged with theft of
purse. Mrs. M. C. Mack, Detroit,
Mich., complainant.
Louis Maier, 156 W. 42d st., robbed
$20.
Frank Barr, 3256 Beach av., lost
$50. Highwaymen.
Michael Bryson, Livingstone,
Mont, robbed $6. Pickpocket
Mrs. D. J. Remington, 3 Walton pi.,
attacked by highwayman. - Lost $21,
"Ben Jerome," song writer, sued
for divorce. Misconduct with other
women alleged in bill.
Earnest Right, 1229 N. Lasalie st;
John Moellex-, 212 W. North av.';

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