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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 16, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3',
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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Casimir Mugowec, 751 Milwaukee
av., always locked wife in room when
hewent to work. Yesterday neigh
bor sraelled gas. Kicked door in and
found woman unconscious. Police
. Woman known as Mrs. Gardner
sought by police in connection with
mysterious death of John F. Rom
mel, 5021 W. 23d st. Body of Rom
mel found in basement of his home
with neck slashed.
New Florida Hotel, 5751 Cottage
Grove av., owned by Dago Frank,
raided by police.
Barney Shore, 650 W. 12th St.,
kicked by horse. Two ribs broken.
John Haggerty, 1302 S. Tolman
av., dropped dead in restaurant.
Ralph Randall, 17, 5346 W. Adams
St., threw beer bottle through car
window. William Zajicek, motor
man, fired two shots. Randall dan
gerously wounded. Zajicek arrested.
Baby girl 7 days old abandoned in
hallway of building, 1468 Bryant pi.
William Smith, negro, 2102 S. State
St., and William Haverson, 1025 Wolf
ram av., arrested. Identified by Jos
eph Perez as alleged hold-up men.
John Neurohr, 1139 Center st.,
mortgaged home to get rich quick.
Police seeking Albert Holtman, man
who got the money. Neurohr may
Frank Mader, 21 N. Lincoln st., ar
rested. Had 2 magazine pistols, but
surrendered when orders "take him
dead or alive," were given. Is held on
charge of shooting two men.
$2,000 worth of diamonds found
under flooring of 2 West Side barns.
Is part of $10,000 loot taken in front
of Boston Jewelry Store on Halsted
st. Frank Dirzina, 20, 900 Taylor st,
Walter Crosby, arrested at Elkhart,
Ind., tried to dispose of $1,000 worth
of jewelry purchased on installments
from Herbert L. Joseph & Co., 220 S.
Rumored that Herman F. Schuet
tler, second deputy superintendent of
police, may resign.
Thirty-three complaints want in
junction to enjoin Bristol Cafe, 5319
S. Halsted st. Want license revoked.
Forest Hill, Pa. Miss Mabel Reit
enback, 20, who went in trance and
said she had been to Heaven, claims
men angels are wingless.
New York. Mischievous boy scat
tered ka-choo powder in movie the
ater. Several hundred patrons sneez
Long Beach, Cal. Peter S. Mor
rison, 100, having retired from busi
ness, arrived here with 5 sons, oldest
76, to spend declining years.
Portland, Ore. $1 down and $1 a
week way judge told Walter Erickson
and Albert Marks, messenger boys,
they might pay $30 for motorcycle
New York. Gibson studio building
destroyed by fire. Feared lives were
Police seeking man who passed
worthless check on M. J. Schmidt's
saloon, 2901 S. State st
Mrs. Margaret Fell, 656 Belden av.,
Infantile paralysis cure of Dr. Roy
Bernard, 4712 Champlain av., declar
ed success by medical men.
Mrs. Mathilda B. Carse, 65, 500 Di
versey parkway, hurt while alighting
2,000 faks names to be dropped
from registry lists today.
O. J. Olsen, 1609 N. Leavitt st., rob
bed by 2 armed men. Lost $20.
G. F. Robertson held as alleged
window smasher. Is charged with try
ing to get watch at 56 E. Monroe st.
Katie Motolowski, 12, 2240 N. Ro
bey st, knocked down and killed by
Fire Battalion Chief Edward Calla
Otto Larson, 3044 Seminary av.,
fell from ladder. Leg fractured.
John Hannon voluntarify went to
lock-up in Montgomery for shelter.