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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 14, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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to be involved. Accusations kept
Clew to slayer of Ida C. Leegson
found. Photo of "Ike Bond, copper
colored" negro, identified.
. John Eberhardt.3417 W. 64th st.f
first superintendentof Cook county
. schools, died from apoplexy.
Nicholas Simmons held to grand
jury for operating confidence game.
Ludwig Rabe, 2505 Haddon av.,
left wife because sister hung around.
Miss Rose Wheeler, 10126 Com
mercial av., wants former sweetheart,
John Strickrad, 10137 Commercial
av., placed under bond. Is tired of
being dictated to.
Commonwealth Edison Co. to erect
$600,000 generating station at 2800
Nicholas Schmidt, driver, 1857
Washburne av., severely bruised.
Hearse struck by street car.
Edward J. Durrlein, 2165 Ogden
av., fined $25 for, selling cigarettes
to minors. Case against George
Pappas dismissed. .
Harry J. Kavanaugh, saloonkeeper,
6300 Cottage Grove av., denies "26"
Mrs. Margaret Burke, 1450 S.
Union St., who claimed dead husband
is alive, held for sanity test.
Mrs. H. Pruter, Aurora, wed Pru
ter to get nurse for children. Haled
him to court for beating her and re
fusing to be nurse.
" New car line to Riverdale from E.
138th st. and Indiana av. opened.
Mrs. Johanna Cratz, 1418 Fuller
ton av., held for murder. Alleged to
have performed illegal operation on
Mrs. Alma Roos, 39, 1917 N. Keeler
Mrs. Michael McCarthy, 9547 Com
mercial av., fined $5. Bought stolen
grain for chickens. Three men fined
$10 for same offense.
Mrs. Gladys jQ'Donnell accuses
husband of attending pajama tango
party. Wants divorce.
"Dancing tango ruined girl I hoped
to make my wife," wrote anguish
Btricken lover to Funkhouser.
Samuel Withersppon, 1142 W.
Jackson blvd., walked into open
shaft at 30 S. Jefferson st. Dead.
Lorenz Dombrowski, 1156 Cherry
St., killed by fall in elevator shaft.
Three foreign money counterfeit
ers escaped from inspectors, Porter
county, Ind. Turned out spurious
Henry W. Borchers, 1304 Elms
dale av., jumped from window. Dead.
Nine arrested as speeders in vicin
ity of N. Clark st. and Sheffield av.
Body of Walter Leuschke, 2056 N.
Karlow av., recovered. Fell into
Bang's lake, Waukegan.
Walter Van Dyke, 4, 1507 E. 66th
St., died from burns. Played with'
Joseph Witek, counterfeiter, .got 6
months at Bridewell. Light sentence
due to tuberculosis.
Fred Von Baudessine held for
grand jury. Alleged to have passed
Benjamin Potorowski alleged slay
er of Joseph Noreika of 1515 S. Canal
st. to be brought here from" New Jer
sey. Members of railway employes' as
sociations claim denial of passes to
members of family means virtual re
duction pf wages. Want utilities
board to grant free transportation.
Abraham Botkin, 1238 Newberry
av., said to be worth $5,000, alleged
to have beaten his children, Harry,
12, and Eva, 14, when they failed to
sell enough gum on street.
Bar Association wants to disbar
Samuel Z. Pincus in federal courts.
Frank M. Henning, absconding
cashier, Schaumburg, 111., captured
in New York.
Miss Louise Pearce, 14, 4701 Ken
more av., found 2 burglars in home.
Screamed. Burglars beat it with $200
worth of jewelry.
Mrs. Clarissa Stevenson, 1616 S.
Oakley blvd., robbed. Purse snatcher.
John O'Connell, 62, 1159 W. Adams
st., robbed. John Sheehan, 444 S.
Dearborn st., and Frank Ryan, 3242
Clifton Park av., arrested.