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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 04, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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rdof of Charles' H 'Millesr Foundry Co.
Stove in shanty Overturned Fire'.
Oscar Tebo, 6501 S. Marshfield av.,
Theodore Christopolos, 739 W.
Polk st., robbed on" -Wgntworth av.
car. Lost $172.
Resolution adopted by National
.Advertisers Ass'n urging president to
pass "C. O. D." postage bill.
George King-, 1118 Cambridge av.,
severely injured when his motorcycle
collided with auto.
Hanford F. Donnelly held to grand
jury for confidence game. Obtained
$16,825 from Dr. Ralph Elmergreen,
Melville and Lawrence -Carr, 2119
Sheffield av., reported missing.
Dark streets to be illuminated.
Contract involves spaces underlf30
Jacob Graner, 414 N. Desplaines st.,
struck with axe by Joseph Potcheck.
Graner may die., Potcheck held.
, E, Abrahams, Gary, blown into
street by wind, Leg fractured.
T. J. Teehan, saloonkeeper, 1001
W. Madison st, fined $50 and license
suspended week for selling hquor to
$500 reward offered by C, M. & St.
P. Railroad for arrest of men who
wrecked passenger train March 15.
$30,000,000 worth of construction
work opening up. Means jobs for
Home of Mrs. NU Gibson 653 N.
Western av., robbed by well-dressed
State's Attorney Hoyne has drop
ped Wayman fee suit. Says position
js untenable. Cannot attack and de
fend at same time.
, Robb Roy Rickett, head of bank
rupt art concern may be established
in business again byt creditors. " L ,j
John F. Schiffman, 5232'Hirsch st,
venireman, before Judge McKfatley
said that he would hang woman but
nevehang man. r
t Wife of, jrederick W. Walters, sales
manager Charles G. Stevens & Co.,
I granted divorce because nubby enter
tained other women.
Arthur Schal, Great f Northern
Hotel, fined $25 and costs. Flirting.
James McVittie, president of Mc-
Vittfe Plating" Works, called cruel by
wife in divorce suit.
STATE MINE PROBE COMMITTEE
ANNOUNCED BY DUNNE
Springfield, JH., April 4. The ap
pointment of the state mine investi
gation committee created by the
legislature to reyise the state laws
and report their recommendations at
the next session of the legislature
was announced by Gov. Dunne.
The commission consists of the fol
lowing: Miners Thos. Davis, Ke
wanee; Robert A Locke Johnson
City; William Welch, Pawnee. Oper
ators Thos. Jeremiah, Willisville;
W. D. Obcamp, Lincoln; Rice Miller,
Hillsboro. Disinterested members
E.-L-. Russell, Princeton; Jacob G.
Grossberg, Chicago, and Dr. H. H.
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MAN HANGED WITHOUT GIVING
HIS REAL NAME OUT
San Quentin, Cal. The first of a
series of executions'to take place dur
ing April, one each Friday, wns held
at San Quentin prison yesterday
when Thomas Green, cowboy, was
hanged. Green murdered Cashier
Wm. Bowles while he was robbing a
"bank at Blythe, Calif.
Green is not" the man's-real name.
His last words were a refusal to -di-vulgehis
real name, saying he wished
to save lite relatives disgrace. He
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Chihuanuar Mex.,AprH 4i--General
Francisco -VilJaJias" -left' Torreon a
me neaa 91 a large, ooay oiiroops iQr
San,-Pedrqde las Colonias, to join
Gen. Hernandez, in an attack on the
forces ofGejuelasco, entrenched in
tie hills according toa .message received.