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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 20, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
W. Evens, 29, 1033 N
Dearborn st., swallowed bichloride of
mercury by mistake. Will recover,
Carmine Somnese, who fled to-
Italy, found gutlfcyof selling liquor
without license. $2,000 bond for
feited. Expert claims that, same man
marked 20 ballots for Hoyne in vote
Louis Seng decided to move -from'
322 W. Goethe st. to 7317 S. Peoria
st. Waited two days for furniture.
Discovered teamsters in cell.
Party of autoists kidnaped man
knocked unconscious. Police inves
tigating. Frank W. Foulds, Libertyville,
stopped by auto, bandit. Lost $180
and $100 watch.
Walter Kerr, 19, 3542 Maplewood
av., shot and instantly killed by Chas.
Daley, special policeman C. & A. Rail
road. Kerr and two others were
stealing brass journals. Daley sur
John Zyks, 3124 N. Monticello av.,
wounded his brother Frank, 2957
Ridgeway av. Tried to shoot John
Ostrowski. Was disarmed.
Nina Donoghue, mulatto, 1640 S,
St. Louis av., shot. Dead. W.Barnes
and Lewis Showing arrested.
Woman refutes alibi of Isaac Bond,
alleged slayer of Ida Leegson.
Luciana Butu, 22, 1445 Fullerton
av., and Angelina Miok, 18,St Louis,
alleged to have married a dozen times
and-Hed with husbands' money. Girls
may be deported. ,
Two said to have tampered wth
"26" dice game jurors. In one in
stance direct offer was made. ,
Chas. McGurn, policeman, struck
by A. P. Criswell in Morals Court.
Criswell asserted his daughter-in-law
was wrongly arrested. Criswell fined
$50 fbr contempt of court.
Marie A. Harris arrested. Said to
have taken $125 from Mrs. Dorothy
McLean. Grand Pacific Hotel I
Police want women who passed
worthless checks on grocers. Kolbe
Bros., 3000 Broadway, stung for $62
and Joseph Weisel, 448 E. 31st, $60.
Arthur Baker and Mildred Baker
will speak on "The Short End of the
Loaf," at Wuetvick's Hall, Ogden and
Central Park av., Wednesday, Jan.
21, at 8 p. m.
I Judge Thomas F. Scully, who col-
'fu in me oiucago av. ponce court
yesterday, will be back on job today.
Laurel Pleasure Club will give a
reception and ball at Occidental Hall,
Sacramento blvd. and Madison st.,
Saturday evening, Feb. 14.
Johrr Shindl insists thaj-he is alive"
and identified his supposed body as
Kizas Materkaitis, 3253 Halsted bU ''
Miss Ruth Stonehouse, leading wo- '
man in Essanay movies, married Jos
eph Roach, scenario writer.
A SENSITIVE COP
"I do not think I ought to send this
man to jail, officer. From the bumn
on his head I think you have punished
"Wot? An have him walkin
around town an example of D'ollca