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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 29, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
to strangle and shoot Mm. Also nia
Body of Cilson Gilhoey, railroad
watchman, found on 54th st. tracks.
Three bullet holes in back. Police
Cloyd A. Schieler, 23, Crestline, O.,
former employe of Adams Express
Co., said to have confessed taking
parcel containing $1,500. Claims to
have spent $1,300 on fast women.
Meeting of the Democratic Party
of the 22d Ward will be held at 542
W. North av., Friday eve., Jan. 30.
Ray F. O'Brien, man indicted in
ote fraud cases, loses federal job.
Harry Bartzel stumbled down ele-
tor shaft, 234 S. 5th av. Fell eight
John H. Holmes, who threatened to
kill wife, paroled.
New stamp printing machine being
-sted. Will do away with postage
stamps if successful.
John F. McNichols wants $50,000
vom Joseph Otradovec. Alleged
William Banks, 24 W. Elm st., rush-
d to hospital in Unconscious condi
tion. . Died. Coroner investigating.
Former suitor tried to kiss bride at
Hammond, Ind., wedding. Groom
objected. Fight followed. 16, hurt.
Rev. E. J. Lloyd, ass't rector Grace
Church, denounced anti-saloon
league, in speech before Manufactur
ers' and .Dealers' Ass'n.
Joseph Wermansky, 4458 S. Hal
sted sty struck by street car and
knocked' unconscious. George Pol
lack, 524J3. Kobey st went through
Mrsmtr?0 Henderson, 5747 S. Pu
lasko sCJ&st purse inDrJA. V. Dau
ber's onTce, 817 W. 69th- st. Thief
got $42. ' ' .
Police grabbed auto and chased ne
gro bandits. Walter Peters, 3339
Forest av arrested.
Bessie Kasmosk, 14, 8411 S. Mor
gan st., died from burns received
Alfred Walson, 4353 Kenwood av.,
Srajited divorce. Claimed wife tried
clothes to keep him home.
Indian's lake-front land suit against
South Park commissioners taken to
United States. Supreme Court.
Finance committee to take up
county budget. Will bold regular
sessions until budget is ready for
Coroner Hoffman distributing
"Safety First" signs. Will be fasten
ed where an element of danger is
Alderman Michael Kenna denies
vice charges. Claims Mrs. Virginia
Brooks Washbourne is seeking no-,
Mothers' Club, of Waters School,
adopted resolutions favoring sex
Oliver D. Grover, 9 E. Ontario st.,'
struck by policeman's horse. Knee
John Pell, 31, 5707 Hortore St., and
James Calley, 2433 W. Congress St.,
injured by steam pipe explosion at
Rothwell Elevator Co. plant, died in
St. Anthony's Hospital.
Louis Mandell, 5037 Michigan av.,
Two negroes and a mulatto sought
by police in connection with Thomas
J. Bosworth stabbing acray.
"Pollock Ben's" dive, Vestibule
Cafe, 22d and State sts., raided.
Second raid to enforce closing order.
16 women and Beveral men arrested..
Mrs. Jane Garrison and daughters,
Misses Marion,and Geneva Boyce, ar
rested. Said to have rented furnish
ed flats and moved away with furni
Two robbers raided Mrs. Mary
Gibbon's grocery store, 2015 W. Mon
roe. Joseph Abbacothos and Jobn
Mousa, 1731 S: State St., arrested".
School site inquiry shows that land "
bought for $11,591 was sold to city
Ernest E. LehmanV 431 Oakdale
av:, son of founder .ot The Fair, ap
peared in court, when Judge ScuDe.