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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 27, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Chief Justice Adelor J. Petit wants
information bureau for prospective
brides. Claims card index of marital
troubles would prevent deception.
New registration instructions to be
tissued in aldermanic elections. Wo
men must give age. Smoking in polls
to be left to precinct boards.
Harry Watts, 28, manager.Renault-
Pr'eres Company, 2536 S. Michigan
av;, gone. Cash box empty. Employ
ers auditing books.
Receivers selected for Central Un
ion Telephone Co.
Police searching for Grant Dock
slader, who eloped Dec. 5, 1895, with
mother's maid. $100,000 fortune
waiting for'him in Dell Rapids, S. D.
Walter Krueger, vice president Chi
cago Teamsters' Union, booked in
connection with murder of Abraham
Lewis. 2138 W. Division St.
, William Benn, Maywtfod, robbed of
$18. Borrowed 20 cents carfare from
' police. Held up again. Lost carfare.
. Edward Stratton, 716 W. Van Bu
ren st, lassoed by highwayman.
Choked into insensibility. Robbed $6.
H. Jacobson, jeweler, 1611 W. Tay
lor, st, swindled out of $400. Man
took, jewelry out of room to show
fiancee. Failed t6 come back.
Dr. H. D. Port, 2529 Indiana av.,
beaten by negroes. $41) and watch
. George Duggan's saloon, 1459 De
von av., robbed. $26.
Ethel Speck, 32, who declared she
shot Earl McKenzie because he
wronged her, fined! $l.and 90 days in
county Jail. McKenzie's wound slight.
. Appellate Court upheld validity of
appointment of John E.'Northup-as
special prosecutor of vote . fraud
cases. Appointment was attacked by
Katie Flunk, maid for Miss AnnaT.
Johnson, 1006 Dakin st, left hot iron
on ironing board and went to movies.
House caught fire. $1500 damage.
Seven new branches to be opened
by Chicago jfuDlic Library,
Wagon struck by Halsted st, car.
Robert Uenfeld, 35, teamster, 913
Newtbn av. killed and George Block
and Wm. Meyer injured.
Man registered as W. E. Jackson,
Buffalo, N. died at Great North
ern Hotel. Coroner to hold" inquest
Moyie managers to bar candidates
on screens who refuse to aid fight
Body of Mrs. Allen J. Cole, Hebron,
111., found in cistern.
Michael Leftis jumped through
barber shop window. Frank Miller
dove through taxicab window. Fined
$10 each and sent to Bridewell.
Mrs. Louise M. Greeve granted di
vorce from Henry Greeve, purchas
ing agent of The Fair. Allowed $150
a month alimony.
Every third student is working-way
through college in Chicago. Students
earned $157,350 past year.
Karl L. Prentice, accused of taking
$289 from B. B. Goldenberg, 3.14 S.
State st, arrested 'in Minneapolis.
Harry W. Prinze fined $50 for fir
ing gun in street car.
Miss Velvet Lee, 1240 S. Wabash
av., arrested. J. H Cline, 1819 Indiana
av. Claims he used ad for clerk to
lure her into store and mistreat her.
Louis Gentile hooted actors at Na
tional Theater, 608 S. State st Got
beating. Pasqual Manella, 217 W
24th st., arrested.
John F. Whelan, 742 Fullerton av.,
indicted on charge of taking $36j000
from United States Casualty Co.
Mrs. Mabel Arey Ludlam claims
guardian, James A. Channon, is
crooked- Alleges $150,000 worth of
bonds have not been accounted -for.
James and Dominick Screato, al
leged slayers of Andre Coppetell, 639
S. State st, sought by police.
Frank Pezzuto, saloonkeeper, 1735
W. Harrison st, arrested. Alleged to
have abducted niece of Patrolman- T.
F. Murtna, 3425 W. 34th st
Felix Sweet, 1122 S. Desplaines st
arraigned! for larceny, paroled by