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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 07, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
William Peterson, 465 W. Chicago
av., died from wounds received resist
ing hold-up men March 16.
Record vote expected. 1,000 wo
men on duty as election judges.
Four men taken in gambling raid
on 29 Quincy st.
Trial of John P. Cummings, 5123
Sheridan Road, accused of drugging
Mis Dorithy Moore continued until
Joseph Snyder, Boston bank clerk,
sought by police. Wanted for pass
ing $3,152 check.
Street work began yesterday. Sea
son's schefcile covers 1,000 miles of
George Franzen, 11330 Stevenson
St., hauled into court for deserting
wife, proved wife deserted 3-year-old
sick son. Case against hubby dis
'missed. Rosco Lavango, 622 N. Curtis st.,
fined for runnipg gambling house.
Mothers complained sons were losing
money in place.
Miss Martha Neuber, 22,'Glencoe,
wanted free treatment at County
Hospital, Had $400 in her posses
sion. Turned down.
Christian Nisson, builder of Deten
tion Hospital, sent there for sanity
Battle of school board trustees set
for April 10. New members to show
vreason for not seating ousted njen in
U. S. Supreme Court upheld $13,
000 judgment against Grand Trunk
Railroad. Award was granted George
Lindsay, switchman, for loss of arm.
$470,000 estate of Henry H. Eor
syth left to widow.
Test to be made of censorship ordi
nance. Temporary injunction grant
ed by Judge Foell in case of Joe With
ers, vaudeville actor, made perma
nent. If injunction is upheld city loses
Prof. Jackson B. McKinney, in
structor Northwestern University,
missing. v -
Mary Maher, maid, Hotel Bristol,
arrested for alleged $300 theft.
Dorothy Twyman, 13, 7435 Stewart
av., and Leon Jones, 7413 Harvard
av., bitten by dogs. Jones taken to
Rev. Bernard I. Bell will speak at
Grace Episcopal church forum, Sun
day evening April 12. Subject; "So
cial Value of the Christian Doctrine
of Vicarious Atonement''
Dr. Albert Stats, 54, professor of
chemistry, National Medical School,
1430 Wells st, alleged to have taken
$1,000 worth of valuable instruments
from the institution. Arrested.
Mrs. Florence Perry wants divorce.
Cruelty and non-support chargecj.
$5,500,000 Byron Laflin Srfiith es
tate goes to family. $100,000 be
queathed to charity.
Will of Frederick William Crosby
filed. $1,000,000 estate given to rela
tives. 2,500-word report on school site
quiz prepared. Action to be deferred
until sub-committee meets again.
Raymond Harrison held in conec
tion with suicide of Marjorie Chaun
Home of Miss Julia Regan, 2249
Warren av., entered. $100 stuff taken.
.Hundreds of patients, physicians
and dentists routed by smoke at Re
liance Building. Some drenched by
fire hose. Little damage.
Albert B. Coombs, 542 S. Dearborn
st, arrested by Pinkertons. Alleged
to have passed $5,000 forged checks.
Injunction sought to restrain officials-
of Desplaines from continuing
village improvements. Property own
ers charge bribery. v
891 political meetings held in
schoolhouses during last four weeks.
George M. Seward, 5430 Cornell
av., bankrupt Liabilities, $58,013;
Mrs. Carrie Hefler, 3016 S. Canal
st, brought John Kirkpatrick, 52T W.
28th st., into court to convince" him
that she was married. Man placed