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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 11, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3',
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Margaret Ellington, negress, 9 E.
36th st., election sclerk, found to be
Mary Ellington, clivekceper, who was
fined recently in Morals Court.
A. J. Grann, lighthouse keeper, S.
Chicago, and J. M: Robinson, assist
ant, caught in drifting ice and swept
four miles from shore. Rescued by
Mrs. Carrie Burnett sued for di
vorce by Dr. Ira A. Burnett. oBth
occupy same flat, 835 Montrose av.
Hubby got injunction to make wife
behave while divorce is pending.
Herman Zastrow, Chicago tango
teacher, dying in Milwaukee Hospital
from bullet wound received while
robbing fashionable home at Fox
Three' vote fraud, jurors chosen.
Fourth venire will be called today.
Albert Kahnek, 2741 W. Division
St., gave dance. No permit. Ger
man band refused to stop playing.
Band locked up. Kahnek fined $25.
Louis Mintz arrested on fugitive
warrant. Alleged to have obtained
$7,000 in Cleveland on worthless
David H. Craig Packing and Pro
vision Co.'s plant, S. Cicero av. and
W. 39th st., destroyed by fire. Loss
James Grady, 11, 2747 N. Artesian
av., struck by C. & N. passenger train.
Charles H. Foster, president Cadil
lac Auto Co. of Illinois, 4828 S. Mich
igan av., arraigned for disorderly con
duct. Wife accuses him of throwing
ber bottle. Case continued to
"Harvest Scene," stolen Marshall
Field painting, valued at $150,000 in
newspapers, really worth $150.
Bristol Cafe, alleged "Ed Weiss"
saloon, opened despite court appeal.
Englewood residents out for injunc
tion. C. & N. W. Railroad plans $21,000,
000 bond issue. Has made application 1
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to Utilities Commission for permit to
George W. Brandt, president Price
Saking Powder Co., left $41S,500 es
tate. Goes to widow and children.
Mrs. Ode L. Rankin, bitten by
Snow Prince, prize cat, at Coliseum
show. Wounds caueterized.
Fifteen pupils of Holmes school
failed to graduate. Given permits to'
enter high school by school board.
Mrs. James Morrison will speak on
"Women's Activities in the Field of
Politics" at the 21st Ward Branch So
cialist Party Hall, 738 N. Wells St.,
Feb. 13 at 8 p. m.
Mathew Knorst, 73, hermit, 1611
Vine St., suicided. Gas.
21st Ward polling booths con
demned by Mrs. Margaret Freer of
Women's Party of Cook County.
Claims 14 places are unfit for use.
Theodore Roosevelt film approved
Electric piano vanished from sa
loon, 3311 S. Halsted st. William
Mooney arraigned on complaint of
Edward Calvin, 6243 S. May st. Case
Attorney for Chicago surface lines
filed motion for dismissal with federal
cpurt in suit for injunction against
unification brought by C. H. Venner.
Case of Lorenzo Fragasco, on trial
for murder of James Acques, will go
to jury today.
Big Four Railroad filed $100,00 suit
against Illinois Surety Co. for alleged
failure to pay forfeited bonds, surety
for freight charges of the defunct
O'Gara Coal Co.
C. F. Miller, stockman, Mantorville,
Minn., became suddenly demented at
Stockyards Inn. Sent back to rela
Five children bitten by small dog
owned by Mrs. Mattie Adams, 3517
Aberdeen st. Animal snot. Chil,
dr'en's wounds cauterized.
Frank Bullero wanted as prosecut
ing witness against Genana Scinienti
and Joseph Mama. Cannot be found