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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 26, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mayor Harrison better. May at
tend council meeting Monday.
Ludwig Rasmison, 21, 6738 S.
Green St., arrestedas suspect. Be
lieved to be man who has been at
tacking girls in Englewood.
James. T. Brady, attorney for
David Drozdowitz in anson -trial, crit
icized Judge Sullivan's attitude. Re
buked by court.
Christian Flegel, Kulm, N. D., came
to see town. Found wandering in
dazed condition. . Robbed and
drugged. .
Mary Bartelme will speak on "So
cial Causes of Child Delinquency," at
Grace Church open forum, Wabash
avJ and 15th St., Sunday evening,
March 1.
Mrs. JVlabel Boden, 4909 W. Erie
St., and Andrew Tines, chauffeur, 17
S. Western av., freed in kidnaping
charge. Were charged with taking ing.
Case, of Mrs. William A. Tilden,
wife of president of Fort Dearborn
National Bank,- charged with disor
derly conduct, continued for 10 days
Congressman A. J. Sabath return
ed, from Washington to testify in
school, site investigation:
Four saloonkeepers fined for keep
ing open on primary day.
Steele, Wedeles & Co. filed $30,000
suit against Standard Marine Insur
ance Co., Liverpool. Claim 1,600 bags
of walnuts weer damaged in trans
portation by sea water.
Cold" watch, marked "C. F. to J. C,
Dec. 25, 1900," returned to police.'
Thief became conscience-stricken.
George Williams arrested, believed
to have witnessed killing of Charles
Ackers. Ackers was sh6t while loot
ing safe of Schultze Bros.'s laundry.
William denies knowledge of shoot-
Mrs. Boden's daughter, Bernice, 3,
from home of mother-in-law.
Edwin H. Deuter, formerly bellboy
at Grand Pacific Hqtel and a witness
in Heppner perjury trial, held as per
jurer. Taken to county jail.
Joseph Vokral, owner 1735 W18th
st., wanted $39.75 damages from Ru
dolph Reiner, a former tenant.
Claims Reiner brought cockroaches
into flat. Jury refused to allow dam
ages. Government contends prices for
butter and eggs are artificial. Wants
to enjoin butter board.
Subway sub-committee of city
council approved initial subway plan.
To cost $33,885,000 and completed by
1921.
Three clai into identify "Handsome
Jack" Koetters, alleged slayer of Mrs.
Emma Kraft, as man seep here. $860
found on Koetters ordered' im
pounded. City has filed appeal from Judge
FoelTs decision reseating ousted
school board trustees.. Appeal acts as
stay. No decision can be given until
October.
Safe blowers raided Joseph' O.
Lane's jewelry store, 31st st. Nitro
glycerine explosion wrecked store.
Failed to open -safe which contained
$10,000.
Eleven families routed by fire at
Garibaldi flats, Rush st. and' Walton
pi. H. J. Heidrich & Son's art store
gutted.
Mrs. Bessie Harlan Shaw to be
granted divorce from "Bertie" Shaw:
Grounds, drunkenness.
Witness in oleo trial claims that
John F. Jelke, millionaire manufac-
turer, knew of frauds.
Marie Stopper, 19, 20421 Tripp st.,
missing for week. Police searching.
PIANO PLANTBURNED OUT . :
Fire, supposed to have started, in
the iioiler room, earljr today destroy
ed ihe Henry Detmer piano manufac
turing plant, Lemoyne and Clare-"
mount avenues,-with a loss estimated
at $500,000. The four-story ' brick
structure, containing a large number
of partially-built instruments, was
gutted, in spite -of the work of several
hundred,firemen and 50 engines.

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