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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 21, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 5',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
.George Fox, 5, 6050 Woodlawn
av.. asphyxiated Accidental.
Chief Gleason ordered police; to
enforce ordinance against saloon
signs. "Ladies" and "Family" en
trance signs must go.
Morgan Park voting on annexation
Agnes Schengal, 25, 1518 Bissel st.,
died from ptomaine poisoning. Can
ned corn. "Mother and father ill.
Peter Hopeki, 14, 751 M. Racine St.,
ctruck by street car. Badly bruised.
Adolph Rickman, 1511. Carroll av.,
arrested after battle with three mem
bers of vice squad. Slashed Officer
McDonald's cheek. Charged with as
sault. James McVittie not guilty. Was
charged with attempting to kill Al
bert G. D. Mercer.
$500,000 paid by 12,000 in county
treasurer's office yesterday.
Auto of Pascal Sylvester plunged
down viaduct in Evanston. Sylvester
F. Olafka, 545 Maxwell St., died
from burns received from fall into
vat of Great Northern Plating Works.
Widow gets bulk of $500,000 estate
of Claude Seymour.
Election of Hugo Krause, 21st
Ward, contested. Wm. F. Schofield,
Democrat, asks recount.
Investigation on $1,000,000 voting
machine contract reopened. Elec
tion commissioners to tell what took
place while purchase of voting ma
chines was under discussion.
Mrs. Mary Welsh, 86, 1642 E. 70th
st, stumbled from chair. Dead.
Mrs. Wiedma Walling, who kidnap-6-year-old
son, freed by judge. Wo
man told to get permission to see boy.
$40,000 worth of electrotypes stol
en from DeXaurence Scott & Co. of
fice, 117 N. Wabash av.
Ass't Fire Marshal Arthur Seyfer
lich's auto skidded. Crashed into
curb. Fire marshal slightly hurt.
Tvo women to contest wili of Fred
crick J. Boselly, fomier president of
Royal Baking Powder Co. First wife
claims she was not legally divorc d.
George Larson, 11164 N. Clark st.,
robbed. $20 and watch. James Mc
Cormick and Richard Richmond held.
University coe-eds to participate in
$500,000 suit filed by Harry M. Mc
Caskrin against L. M. Gagill. William
Jackson, E. Sturtz and Harold A.
Weld. Conspiracy alleged to discredit
candidacy. Indicted for assault and
intent to kill when running for state's
Frank McAuliffe, pipeman, Auxi
liary Squad No. 1, presented Harrison-Tree
gold medal. Saved 3 per
sons from burning building, 731 N.
Dearborn st. 9 other firemen honor
Omar C. Harris, 27 W. Washington
av., attacks constitutionality of state
employment agency law. Seeks dam
ages from state inspector.
Aid. Frank McDermotr, 28th ward,
charged with selling liquor to minor
from his saloon, 5443 S. Halsted st.
Case continued until May 7.
Contempt charges against nine
members of School Board held in
abeyance until Friday. New sub
poenas served on Peter Reinberg,
president, and Lewis Larson, secre
tary of board.
Carle C. Quale, bankrupt. Liabili
ties ?2,000. Claims rescue of 33 white
slave victims proved financial un
doing. Body found in Desplaines river
identified as William Thomas, 17,
3350 Paulina st.
Hotel Blackstone backs down. Will
give list ojf permanent; guests to as
sessors. 250 saloons involved in today's
elections in 35 downstate cities.
Frank Mcintosh captured jn Joliet.
Wanted here for theft of auto and
Stetson L. Home, art dealer, 362 E.
61st st., charged with obtaining
money under false pretenses. W. R.