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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 05, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
. Wm. C. Ellis case goes to jury.
State asks death.
Defense opens in Mahoney vote
Three sons, daughter and widow
.will divide Henry P. Klein $230,000
Hunt mystery auto in connection
with C. M. C. Fairman's death.
Melville Reeves, "skyscraper ban
dit," booked on three charges. Bonds
fixed at $20,000.
Mrs. Catherine-Daniher, 3642 Par
nell av.r and Mathias Keller, 1415
Fletcher st., died from injuries. Fell
Street car lines reject initial sub
way plan. Won't pay 5 per cent de
manded by city.
Dr. G. Frank Lydston tells of suc
cessful transplantation of glands.
Glands removed from body of youth
dead 24 hours and successfully im
planted. Six movie films ordered cut. Scenes
showing violence removed. Movie
men held meeting to fight censorship.
Charles Reickel, 4723 S. Ridgeway
av., brought before the Court of Do
mestic Relations charged with aban
donment, claimed was tango teacher
and unable to support family. Court
employes organized tango class to aid
Gasoline explosion imperiled 150 at
Greer College of Motoring, 1458 S.
Wabash av. Students put out fire.
Mrs. Chas. W. Murphy, 6157 Sher
idan road, wife of former president
of Cubs, hurt in auto collision. Cars
Orville Coon, 3933 Indiana av., seri
ously injured and H. R. Jones, chauf
fuer, 1751 Berteau av., bruised when
taxi cabs crashed into pillar at S. Hal
sted st, and Archer av.
Sidney Grosch, 19, 1501 W. Madi-.
son st, confessed 15 burglaries. $1,
500 worth of stuff recovered from
Municipal dance halls urged for
city. Mayor recommends four places.
Charles H. Foster, president of
Cadillac Co. of Illinois, freed on dis
orderly conduct charge. Was accus
ed of throwing beer bottle at wife.
Wife refused to prosecute.
Archer avenue car struck fire en
gine No. 39. Engine overturned. John
Sullivan, driver, slightly hurt.
Ching Sing, proprietor of opium
den; held to federal grand jury.
Charged with violating internal reve
Two men claiming to be express
men stopped at Leopold, Soloman &
Eisendrath's for freight. Got $1,500
worth of clothing.
Joseph Wiley and Charles Bills held
on arson charge. Alleged to" have
fired building at 2326 S. LaSalle st.
Joseph Breen, switchman, injured
in Grand Trunk collision Tuesday,
died at German Deaconess' Hospital.
'August Weidmann, 1308 Cleveland
av., wants possession of daughters.
Claims children are detained by
Maggie Douglas, 108 W. 20th st.,
fined $50 as keeper of disorderly
house. Six women inmates fined $6
Miss Lucy McFayden, 62, 6703 Dor
chester av., saloonkeeper, arrested.
Mrs. Oscar Carlson, 6543 Woodlawn
av., complainant. Mrs. Carlson claims
hubby got drunk in Miss McFayden's
James Stromberg arrested. Charg
ed with taking 4 revolvers from Kraut
& Dohnal, 36 S. Clark st.
Marjorie Borre, 3, 1921 Jackson
av., dying. Drank wood alcohol from
bottle picked up in alley.
Peter Hanson, 79, 1639 Farragut
av., found dead in bed. Gas poison
Mrs. Fay Diskew, West Bend, Wis.,
sought by police. Disappeared from
home with children and $1,300 be
longing to husband.
Anton Keller wanted for the mur
der of Mrs. Katherine Mess, 32, 1867 '
Maud av. Alleged that Keller shoj;