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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 23, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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Health and County Hospital offi
cials to confer regarding disposition
of Charles Walgren, suffering from
leprosy. Walgren has no friends to
send him to leper colony. -
Mayor Harrison better Made first
effort to attend to official business.
Aid. Charles Martin denies garbage
deal. Claims he owned no stock in
Marie Lawrence, 5803 S. May st.,
and Florence Brown, f8;' 548 N.
Thrpop st, went to Pittsburgh great
white way, Held by police, and
mothers notified to bring them home.
Clyde McCloskey Escaped frfmr
Grundy county jail. Arrested as susr
pect here. Will Tje returned. " "
Motorm,en blamed for chilly cars.
Leave doors ahid windows of vesti
bules open to escape foul air.
Negro suspect sought in Hollander
murder. Police barred Petras' wife
Bureau of frauds board of elec
tions busy. 18th, 20th and 21st wards
to receive special attention.
Otto Pink, 709 E. 46th st., held as
"Peeping Tom." Several women to
appear against him.
Benjamin JRuffaho, 46, crushed to
death by C. & W. T. freight engine.
Lesser D. Rachlin, cantor in Lin
coln St. Synagogue, shot by unknown
assailant. Will recoyerl
16,894 writs issued by Municipal :
Court in 1913. 15;157 served.
Alcide Maimer, '35, found shot to i
death at 514' S, State St. Suspect
Miss Bertha Thielhorn, 541 Oak
dale av., bichloride of mercury vic
tim, dead. Took poison for headache
Frank Sicoli held by coroner's jury
in death of Ireriia Scarlato. shot by
holdup men. .Revolvers with which
shooting was done found.
Aero'plane line planned between
Evanston and South Shore Country
Club. Leroy Z. Howell wants per
mission to build landing pier.
ED IN CHICAGO
Frank Roehg, 18, 508 N. Clark st.,
found unconscious in gas-filled room.
Leaky stove. Revived.
Miss Kate Adams, 17, 2119 Calu
met av., missing.
Home of H. H. Banford, 900 Gait
av., raided. $1,000 worth of jewels
vPeter Murphy, 5537 Everett av.,
sues for division of children's share
of his father's estate. Needs money
to feed seven children.
Fifteen imperiled by fire at 541
Lincoln parkway. Rescued by fire
men. Several partly overcome by
Fred Lemon, W. Chicago's chief of
poBce,' deposed by mayor of town.
Lemon also got a beating from T. B.
Lincoln for Interfering with Lincoln's
Edward Seek, 3421 Webster av.,
found senseless in snow. VBeaten and
Wiley Wells, taxicab driver, arrest
ed." Alleged to be in league with hold
Unidentified man, 58, fell uncon
scious on S. Halsted st. Dead. Heart
disease and exposure.
Forty men and women taken in
three .saloon raids.by morals squad.
Unidentified man, 45, killed by
Kedie av. car at Franklin blvd.
W. S. Allerton, 86, pioneer packer
and banker, died at Pasadena, Cal.
Mi F. LeRoyf Manchester, la., form
er member of Iowa legislature, died
at Hinsdale Sanitarium.
Identity of "J. C. R.," most myster
ious character of modern times, may
never be known. Woman who was
expected to identify him as son has
Neal Eaton, Democratic election
clerk, held at South Clark street sta
tion. Alleged to have taken two petti
coats at Marshall Field's. Calls arrest
plot of suffragets.
Benjamin Goldstein locked in ice
box of market, 804 S. Hermitage av.