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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 08, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3',
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Mrs. D. E. Brink, 5, 159 N. Tay
lor av., dropped dead in poll booth.
Daniel Dalt, 19, 600 W. 103d pi.,
wounded by brother Fred Dalt, 16, m
struggle for possession of rifle.
W. H. LeClair, 722 W. 66th pi.,
struck on head by falling scaffold at
Halsted and, 67th st. Lambert Genen
gels, 2019 Lemoyne av., arrested.
Chin Sing, 2153 Archer av., opium
maker, sentenced to five years in
Nicholes Manusos' fruit store, 2600
Lake View av., robbed by two armed
men. $60 taken.
A. Harris, 1847 W. 13th st, attack
ed by armed men. $30 gone.
Fred'W. Fliermans, Jr., 309 W.
106th pi., suicided. Gas. Feared in
sanity. Detective Sergeant Michael Con
ners set out to catch pickpockets.
Lost $350 diamond stud.
Mayor Harrison and son going to
Arizona for two weeks' vacation.
Raymond Harrison, 48, 3536 Ellis
av., denies urging Marjorie Chauncey
to take poison.
Twenty policewomen transferred
to various stations by Chief Gleason.
University of Chicago installing
seismograph outfit. Will register
earthquake in any part of world.
Fifty employes Northern Trust
Company may share $100,000 of By
ron L. Smith estate. All employed
over 10 years beneficiaries-.
Anna Stesniak, 29, 10633 Buffalo
av., died at Mercy Hospital. Fish
bone stuck in lung caused abscess.
$500 in prizes offered for designs
for Illinois Panama-Pacific Fair
Edward Kelly, 2016 N. Lincoln av.,
election judge, arrested. Charged
with cruelty to animals. Horses
Mrs. Randolph Wicken, Bellaire, O.,
robbed of $48. Was on way to Den
ver for health. Mayor Harrison and
Aid. Toman gave woman $50.
D IN CHICAGO
Charges of violating election law
filed against three saloons.
John Westerlund, 1517 N. Central
av., died from injuries received Mon
day. Struck by street car.
John Turchinsky, 3, 871' Francisco
av., died from burns received April 3.
Two gross of pencils donated to
county assessor's office by charitably
E. S. Jardiens, Progressive election
judge, 15th Precinct, 13th Ward, re
moved by Judge Owens for criticizing
John Ryan, 29, and Edward Smith,
37,. taken after pistol chase. Are
members pf trio that held up Thomas
Curren's saloon, 1325 S. State st. and
Writ wanted to bar women officials
in First Ward. Eight Y. W. C. A. girls
serving in precincts they do not
Claude Seymour, vice president
Otto Young & Co., dead. Funeral
No trace found of Jackson B. Mc
Kinney, missing Northwestern Univ
ersity instructor. Foul play feared.
CAUGHT IN THE ACT OF KISSING,
SHOOTING OF TWO FOLLOWS
When his wife came unexpectedly
into a room and found William Car
ruthers kissing another woman, Mrs.
Auburn W. Osborn, Carruthers pulled
out a gun, shot and wounded Mrs. Os
born and then fatally wounded him
The tragedy occurred in a rooming
house at 1010 W. Monroe street,
where the Carruthers and Mrs. Os
born were living. Carruthers was a
marine engineer, but had been out of
work for some time. His wife, Mrs.
Ethel Haley Carruthers, supported
him by working as a stenographer.
Carruthers may not recover.
It is estimated that there are about
4,000,000 women in the United States
who have full political rights.
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