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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 16, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Lewis Institute Friday Evening
Club presents Mrs.Gep. L. Tenney,
soprano and Dvorak "Trio, Friday,
Jan. 16, 8:15 p. m., at Lewis Institute
Dr. P; T. Diamond, 2746 Ewing av.,
dental examiner, accused of selling
questions, -denies he quit state board.
Andy MacCaniche matched coins.
Lost $600. Michael Jordan arrested.
Restaurant at 15 E. Congress st.
Nicholas Schitz's saloon, 5600 N.
Ashland av., entered. $50 taken.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rubin, 620 E.
63d St., held up by two negroes. $30.
Home of E. R. Eisner, 437 Deming
pi., entered. $700 jewels gone.'
H. V. Greenwood, 4455 N. Ashland,
av., robbed. $600.
Edward Ewald, 1625 Hjnman av.,
slipped. Assisted to feet By stranger.
James -Casey, 508 W. Van Buren
st, arrested. Tried to rob store at
105 S. 5th av.
Y. M. C. A. to build men's hotel.
Will contain 1,870 rooms.
$37,000,000 estimated cost of pro
posed subways. Plan to take in West
Oscar Seaberg, 6050 Kenwood av.,
wants $25,000 damages from Univer
sity of Chicago. Injured in' boiler
room two years ago.
I. C. Railroad to replace gatemen
Trial of the ElginButter Board and
Chicago "egg trust" postponed. .
Smoking prohibited at medical and
dental colleges of University of Illi
nois. Frank Piniarski, 40, 8737 Commer
cial av., and wife to be given sanity
test. Brooded over death of 7-year-old
son killed by auto truck. .
Railroads blamed for deaths at
crossing. Told to remedy condition.
Tango barred at Hyde Park grad
uating party. School board granted
Socialists' permission to lecture oh
Patrick Shannon played sick.
Taken to hospital. Wanted to be near
wife, who had undergone operation.
Mrs.. Edward Mirier, 2227 Orchard
st, struck by landlady with broom
stick. Mrs. Lena Wallkuman and
Adolph Kurtz arrested. Mrs. Miner
taken to hospital.
Roy Smith, brother of; girl for
whom newsboy gave life, to undergo
Four new swimming pools to be
established by city.
Sanford Davis and William Henry
injured when Leach & Co.'s elevator,
4430 S. State st, dropped four stories.
U. S. marshal unable to find John
P. Foerster, alleged bankrupt.
Herman Lastman, Hammond, ask
ed if strikebreaker, nodded head.
Beaten into unconsciousness.
Mrs. Andrew Dembosky,. 43, Gary,
mother of 18 children, dead.
200 reward offered by Gov. Dunne
for the arrest and conviction of mur
derer of Peter T. Stalley, 4339 Le
Vincenzo Prietti, .54 W. 18th St.,
stabbed by Andrew Sentreno,. 1214
51st av. Dead'. Sentreno arrested. .
Frank Coleman, negro, refused-to
work on streets. Sent to Bridewell.
Robert Mautner, 4859 S. Hermit
age av., arrested. Charged with lar
ceny. Three carloads of canned veget
ables and 16,000 eggs ordered de
stroyed by Judge Landis.
Barney Goldstein, junk dealer, 534
W. Harrison st, bankrupt Liabilities
Yeatman Smith, alleged murderer,
of Michael Eschuk, released by Judge
Kersten. Insufficient evidence.
Mrs. Mary Bloomley, 75, wants.
Judge Sabath's aid to manage" son,
Leonard Van Stiefenberg, clad in
pajamas, dragged burglar eight '
blocks to pollice station.
FtT.crnl stonned bv humane nffinnr
' because horse was lame.