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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 27, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Cassfus McDonald, heir to Michael
iMcDonald million-dollar estate, at
tacked Dennis Colbert, trustee of es
tate. Quarrel over distribution. Po
lice called to restore order.
Herman S. Waldman, 808 S.
EMarshafield av., stopped to direct
.woman. Gun shoved into face. Re
lieved $50.
t Anti-Hearst Trade Union League
will meet at Ruud Hall, Washtenaw
-and Wabansia, Feb. 27, 8 p. M.
i Englewood police believe man who
Jhas been attacking girls is insane
-student. Clews point to son of weal
thy family.
Mayor Harrison much Better. Will
be in office Monday.
Woman's Party of Cook County
will meet at Drexel Hall, 40th s"t. and
Gottage Grove av., Tuesday, March 3,
7:45 p. m.
& Fashionably dressed young wo
man, believed to be Emma Whittlieb,
plunged into lake Michigan. Several
5nen tried to rescue her. Refused aid.
Four women and six men taken in
gaming raid at 5956 Prairie av. Fined.
- Arthur Schultz, brother of Richard
Schultz, confessed slayer of Mrs.
Elizabeth Healy, arrested. Arthur al
leged to have threatened to, shot John
J. Brown, 3631 Sheffield av. Believ
ed to be demented.
Anthony Petras held oh suspician
in Theresa Hollander murder. Bond
fixed at $10,000.
Jno. Worthington, president Amer
ican Banking Ass'n arrested. Bank
in hands of receiver: Released on
$10,000 bond.
Injunction sought by National
Brick Co., Chicago Heights. Want
to restrain strikers from" picketing
plant.
f Mrs. Henry Hoerner, Peru, III., ex
pected to deny Heppner story in
Aileen Heppner perjury case.
Frank Bing religious zealot, 2361
S. Albany iife, Aned $100. Alleged to
have assaulted Mary Bing. Sent to
Bridewell lor treatment.
William C. Ellis, on trial for mur
der of wife, tells life story. Claims
wife was unfaithful. Prosecution
read" woman's letters to disprove
statement
400 American born Chinese formed
club to test citizenship rights. Want
right to vote.
Salvatore SeWanni, 1012 W. Taylor
st.r indicted by federal grand jury as
alleged "Black Hander." Leonardo
Melone, held for using mails to de
fraud, and Leo Norman for breaking
seals on railroad cars.
George Howe, 479 Englewood av.,
grabbed overcoat belonging to Wm.
Knehans, 431 S. Dearborn st. "Cap
tured. HeId on larceny-charge.
Walter Venables, 3943 Prairie av.,
and R. O. Shinn, 1016 E. 41st pi.,
electricians, assaulted by several
mfin. Police unable to find assailants.
Patrick Shea 67 W. 65th st, shot in
cheek. Thomas, Haggerty, 330 W.
24th pi., accused of shooting.
Bids opened for new Lake street
bridge and city garbage plant.
Aaron Henry, 1254 W 55th sh,.
helped himself to employer's cigars.
Arrested.
Daylight thief raided home of Jas.
F. Rowley, 6414 iKmbark av, $300 in
stuff taken.
Wagon burglars looted Frank W.
Smith's store, 4523 Cottage Grove av.
$500 worth of bric-a-brac taken.
Isaac Bond, negro, indicted by
grand jury on charge of murdering
Miss Ida Leegson.
Miss Johanna Murphy, 2858 Wal
lace st, scratched hand with chicken
bone. Died. -Blood poisoning.
Ludwlg Steiner dreamed 16 suffra
gets attacked him with hat pins.
Jumped from second-story window.
In hospital.
Man calling himselfJ. J. Jorden
swindled several grocers on Sheffield
av. Represented himself as" sales
man and collected deposits on
stocks.

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