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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 20, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 5',
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wounded -resisting robbers. 5 men
taken as suspects. Prank Sicoli, 1915
W. Polk st, alleged, to have confessed.
Mrs. T. W. PaYshall, 64, 6441
Greenwood av., struck by auto. Se
Otto Fry, wanted for embezzlement
of $1,600 in White Plains. N. Y.. ar
rested. Recognized by description.
Weighs 300 pounds.
Joseph D, McDearmid, 1422 School
st., struck by car Dead.
Approval of terminal plan in sight.
Straightening of river and opening of
W. Congress only points in dispute.
W. A. Gibbons, 1258 W. Monroe st.,
found dead in Hotel LaSalle. Suspect
Trial of William C. Ellis for mur
der of wife'begins today. State wants
Home of Leonardo Malone, 602 W.
Taylor st, wrecked by bomb. Had re-fused
to pay demand of $5,Q0Q. Win
dows broken 2 blocks.
22d Ward Democratic Organiza
tion will hold a rally at Yondorf's
Hall, Friday, Feb. 20, at 8 p. m.
33d Ward Prohibitionists have
nominated Ernest T. Thorsen, and
22d ward J. Ml Hestenes for alder
The Chicago Lumber and Storing
Teamsters' Union at next meeting
wiU vote on the question of joining
International, Local 719.
A concert will be given at Stanford
Park, Union and 14th pi., Sunday,
Feb. 22d, at- 3 p. m.
Court has taken quo warranto pro
ceedings of ousted' school trustees
Study shape of a man's head and
you will know his character, urged
Frank B. Fehlman at Electric Club
C. S. Malone's drug store, 629 N.
Clark' st, entered. $50 worth of stuff
Crickmore Cigar Company's-store,
600 N. Deraborn st, raided' 1)y
burglars. 1 1
New municipal store crowded.'Cbst
price drew big business.
Mrs. Mary F. Green fainted wheri
judge refused to give her immediate
custody of adopted child.
Hanford F. Donneily, real estate
agent, charged with confidence gamej
Dr. Ralph Elmergreen, Milwaukee, al
leges to have been defrauded out of
$22,800 in real estate transaction.
James Anderson, 323 S. Morgan st.,
shot through shoulder. 3 shots fired
through window. Anderson claims;
Thomas Mara did shooting.
Ernest Laky, 18, exonerated.'
Struck father when he attacked' his"
mother. Father died of fractured"
Coroner's jury brought in a verdict?
of accidental death in case of Earl1
Moisley, 14, boy found hanging im
basement of home. '
Ousted members of "grain and food1
inspection department sue merit
board for reinstatement. Claim they
are civil service appointees. '
Mrs. George Mitchell, Saratoga Ho
tel, alarmed' guests by running1
round in night garments. Claimed
husband threatened to kill her. 1
Frank A. Butterfield, accused of
stealing records of Commercial
Telegraphers' Union, held for grand
jury under $2,000 bond. . 1
Benjamin H. Prange, candidate forj
Democratic nomination for alderman'
of 25th Ward, adjudged insane. 1
Monday and Tuesday proclaimed'
as legal holidays by Mayor Harrison.
Monday Washington's birthday.'
W. B. Mott, 20 N. Ann st., arrested.
Alleged to have stolen five cans or
cream from C. & N. W. milk car. 1
Police forced to fumigate house at
5260 Federal st. Parents of Thomas
Betterwhite, 1, who has diphtheria,
would "not allow health inspectors to1
Charge of bigamy against Annie3
McCauley dismissed. Mrs.'McCauiey
thought husband dead and. remarried.1
Collection of $17.40 taken in Judge1
Fake's court for family of Frank5
Zyks, convicted of assaulting brother.3
Sentence suspended until'tomorrovr.T