Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 11, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 9',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Alice Young, daughter of Gen. Ed
ward Clinton Young, balked at mar
riage. Changed mind after invita
tions were sent out.
Simon Prorok and Stanley Rogus
raided George Courton's barn, 1805
Austin av. Got two bags of rabbits.
Men captured by police, but rabbits
John Neilson, 51, 3424 Belden av.,
suicided. "Gas. Unemployed. "'
James Polk, marriage "mill" jus
tice, discharged by Judge Martin.
Was charged with marrying minir
without asking age.
Arrest of Harry Cullet, charged
with attempted bribery of W. C. Dan
nenberg, inspector of morals, ques
tioned. Claims made that Dannen
berg has no authority to make ar
rests. Heirs sought for $239,000 estate of
Samuel Richardson, who died April 8.
Building at 329 W. Monroe st. dam
aged by fire. Crossed wires. Loss
Anna Warner, 4, 1515 W. 51st St.,
died from injuries received Thursday.
Was run over by Standard Material
Twenty-five policemen shifted by
Chief Gleason. 11 transferred to traf
April 8 record day for County Re
corder's office. $1,958.55 in fees re
ceived Five taken in two raids by police.
Michael Mooney, 14, 5520 S. Ash
land av., struck by street car. Con
Raymond Harrison, 18, 6536 Ellis
av., arrested for contributing to the
delinquency of Marjorie Chauncey,
10. Girl committed suicide.
George ? Nelson, 13, 5845 Went
worth av', struck by auto. Roy
Kearns, 6454 Maryland av., driver.
Boy will recover.
Peter Di Gavanio, who shot .and
killed Andrew and Giusepi Neglioco,
Oct. 14, 1913, acquitted. Self-defense.
Mrs. Fannie Epstein, 820 Marsh
field av., arrested in Racine. Wanted
here -for alleged $2,000 gem thefts.
A. Hamer, conductor on Went
worth av. car, robbed by two armed
men. Lost $9.
Mrs. Alice M. Negru, 35, 6109 Dor
chester av., turned on gas. Revived.
Jury in second trial of Bernard J.
Mahoney on vote fraud charge com
Auto truck left at W. 21st st. and
Racine av. started by puff of wind.
Crashed into mail box post, injuring
Joseph Kotner, 8, and Michael, 6,
2821 Throop st.
Guerino Gentilin)i, 5, 637 S. Mor
ganst, hitched on wagon. Slipped.
Fell under wheels. Dead.
$2,000,000 17-story hotel planned
for Lake Shore drive.
Mrs. Helen Ward granted divorce
and $4,000 a year alimony because
hubby refused to live with her.
Harry Moran, 23, given two years
for robbing freight car. Judge made
sentence light because Moran receiv
ed four bullet wounds.
Joseph Adduci fined $200 as owner
of disorderly house. Adduci alleged
to have kept Bessie Huntus, 19, in
dive against her will.
Mrs. August Wirchling's saloon,
1024 California av., looted by holdup
men. $23 taken.
Mary and Jessie Stuart, 6352pus
tine st., sisters, applied for first citi
Censors had busy day. 12 films
Minoka, III., went dry. $2,000 reve
nue gone. Police force fired. No
lights in town.
William M. Marshall, 58, to rewed
Mrs. Marshall, 23, to give their 4-year-old
son a name.
Hans Nelson, 3232 W. Chicago av.,
went joy riding on Lincoln pkwy.
Crashed, into tea-room full of wo
men. Arrested for speeding.
Stephen Wejek, Gary, wandered in
to home of George W. Curry, 751 E.