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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 03, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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McNamara, 12,' -3249 Monticello av.,
Gurt Uhlig, Colby, Wis., found un
conscious in Grant Park Hotel. Gas.
Frank Subakamka, '1613 Dayton
St., suicided. Poison.
Edward Paulson, 37728 Greenview
Cook county, city of Chicago,
school board and several others fight
ing for $200,000 state's attorney's
fund left by John E. Wayman.
Jentative report of school site quiz
to be presented at next meeting. If
adopted will end graft investigation.
Inter-Ocean authorized to issue
$15,000 worth of receivers' certifi
cates for operating fund.
Three undertakers wanted body of
Marie Green, negress, who died at
County Hospital. Body sent to Louis
ville. Louis Anyalone, 19, 2109 Crawford
av., arrested on complaint of mother.
Told Judge Scully home was like
morgue. Would rather spend five
years in Bridewell than stay home.
Harry Bitakus, commission mer
chant, 531 S. Clark st, and Mrs.
Katherine Sauer, 1508 Sedgwick av.,
held to grand jury on serious charge.
Miss Antonio Hofman, 19, complain
Chicago City Railway Company to
ask utilities commission permit to is
sue $3,000,000 bonds. Chicago Rail
ways Company wants $4,000,000 is
sue. Miss Josephine Gonslor, 1145 W.
Chicago av., awarded $20,000 in suit
against city. Fell through open coal
hole in 1910. Largest personal in
jury verdict in years.
$250,754 earned by electric light
bureau of sanitary district; $13,000
increase over last year.
15-year-old boy applied for job at
Art ISmbroidery Co., 312 W. Jackson
blvd. Cut alarm bell, robbed safe
Mrs. Minnie Adams, 3835 W. Mon
roe st., wants $20,000 damages from
'Garrack Theater Co. Was injured in
theater during women's political
Virginia Wooke, 15, missing from
Toledo six months, found living at
3357 Fisk st.
Joseph O'Donnell, Buffalo, who
was arrested in Mayor Harrison's of
fice last week, declared sane.
William ,Lihty, 10, awarded $5,000
damages against Chicago Railways
Co., for lost leg. Run over by car
Roller to'wel ordinance upheld by
Appellate Court. Health Commission
er Young to enforce act.
City's share of 1913 traction re
ceipts will be $2,831,912.02. Will make
traction fund amount to $13,704,
974.51. Former Superintendent of Streets
Frank Solon granted a six months'
extension of his leave of absence.
Miss Elizabeth Miller, 2536 Elm st,
found a $40 diamond in hert'p gizzard.
Sealed verdict returned in County
Hospital quiz. Further inquiries to be
made before findings are made pub
lic. Assessor's office out of ink. Sta
tionary fund exhausted. Forced to
trade mucilage for writing fluid.
Joseph Javonic paid for sister's
wedding. Grabbed collection made
for bride to reimburse self. Bride
groom objected. Javonic ordered by
Judge Fry to turn over money to
Five women taken in raid at 103
W.20thst Fined $10. Tenth time in
mates of "place have been fined.
A FINE, ALL RIGHT
"We're going out in Tom's new
racing car today." i
"That'll be fine."
"Yes, it'll probably end that way if
the constable gets us."
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