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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 24, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Volunteer lifesaving station and
crew, to be established at Highland
Louderback estate only $10,000.
Friends wonder wheremillions van
ished. - -
Roy Jones' cafe, 2037 Wabash av.,
scene of Henegaw murder, sold. Will
be reopened under new management
Mrs. Caroline Cansman, 71, 36 W.
Harrison st., died from injuries caus
ed by falL
Three-months'-old son of Mrs. Nela
Deckman, 340 Ashbury av., found
smothered in bed.
300 Zionists headed by Volivato in
Bertram Rice and Miss Nettie
Hayek, St. Paul elopers, released on
Mrs. Olga Zachman broke artifi
cial legs at. State and Madison sts.
Mrs. 'Richard A. Cornell, Sheridan
road felt sorry for woman. Bought
John A. Casper, 76, 6012 S. Mor
gan st., dead. Believed'to have been
caused by grief over death of pros
Wm. H. Toynton, 43, 1508 E. 63d
pl., dropped dead on porch. Heart
Policewoman Lulu Park found
Btring of pearls at State and Wash
Daniel Bolt, 506 W. 103d st., died
from rifle wound inflicted by brother
April 8. Fred Bolt, 16, held.
Vote fraud trial set for Monday.
Case will be heard by Judge Charles
Stanley Benbaski, 2327 Hoyne av.,
hurt by steel beam which fell from
second floor of building at Armitage
and Nashville, avs.
Nicholas Bassi, 903 S. 'Fifth av.,
jumped from seecond-story window.
John R. Irwin, 1016 N. LaSalle st.,
missing. Had $125 when he disappeared.
Meeting of drainage trustees al
most ended in first battle when James
M. Da'ly and Wallace G. Clark dis
agreed over employment of investi
gator. Things smoothed over after
Miss Eleanor J. Harrigan, Congress
Hotel, died suddenly. Heart disease.
Appropriation cut by finance com
mittee of school board. Amount for
new buildings reduced from $4,700,
000 to $700,000. Condemnation pro
cess for sites aggregating $1,000,000
may be dropped.
Att'y Roy O. Gilbert disbarred by
Illinois Supreme Court. Accepted
fees for lending money on improper
Memories of women in Oak Park
fire quiz poor. State fire marshal to
drop charges against women said to "
be implicated in burning of negro's
Ninety per cent of safety measures
due to suggestions from workers ac
cording to C. W. Price of Wisconsin
W. J. Anton, salesman Durand &
Co., Newark, hired porter at Congress
Hotel. Porter gone, also suitcase
containing $50,000 in jewels.
Funkhouser exhibited 2,000 feet of
uncensored movie films. Horrors of
war, gambling dope, and execution at
Joliet shown to member df Electric
Blaze at Hochschild-Ketler Drug
Company, 178 W. Randolph st'., rout
ed guests at Briggs House. Three
employes of drug company hurt
when ceiling fell.
Patient with hurt hand called on
Dr. Harry Edward Walsh, 5058
Wentworth av. Presented pistol.
Doctor lost $20 and jewelry valued at
T. H. Donoghue, Democratic can
didate 28th Ward, to contest Mal
com J. Dempsey's election. Women's
vote grbund for action.
Alfred W. Millard, 4 E. Ontario st,
found dying in hallway of rooming