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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 27, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Michael Keating, bartender, shot
and seriously wounded bFrank Ven
derbergT312 S. Sangamon st Van
Miss Helen" Schloss, trained nurse,
NwYork. nassecTthroUeh on way to
K Colorado war. Will take care of
is wounded miners.
Alfred Gylsoe, 30, LaGrange, kick
ed by horse three weeks ago. Dead.
Louis Brown 21', Detroit, and Gor
don" Attrldger 19, arrested at Hotel
LaSalle. ' Police .believe them to be
members of hotel robber band.
Honie of MrsEtta McConnell, 4408
Sheridan road, looted. $1500 worth
of stuff taken.
Mrs. Elizabeth Detlas,' 20, 1402
Dickson st, killed by Stanley Mondry,
18, 1531 S. Chicago av. Mondry an
gry because woman delayed wedding.
Man shot self. May die.
i Frank Arees, 14, 3220 Ogden av.,
drowned m Douglas. Park lagoon.
Mrs, A. V. Thorsell, 65, 65 W. Dela
ware av., suicided. Gas. Out Of" work.
Gunmen called menace to city by
Judge Kavanagh. 6,000 slam in 10
years- Police blamed for gun toting.
John Liska, 360 -Orleans st, cut
wjlh beer bottle 1n fight -with uncle,
James Reppo, 44 S. Jefferson st.,
stopped by two men. Refused to
hand over money. Thrown into river.
Pished out by bridge tender.
"Overseer Voliva denounced
churches and ministers. Advised wo
men to starve smoking husbands to
Oil houses fn vicinity of Kinzie and
Wells sts. were threatened by fire.
Quick action saved big damage.
Dr. James B. McFatrich, former
head of school board, "deadr Heart
Guests at christening at home of
Henry Rutelarido" panict-stricken.
Three shots fired through window.
No one hurt
William Schroeder,"'55 Oak Park,
found dead on priarie. Suicide. Acid.
Cleofonte Campanini, director Qhi
cago Grand Opera Company, denies
rumored resignation. Western tour
of company failure. 60,000 lost by
Jenkin Lloyd Jones urges study of
church songs. Claims hymns are type
Samuel Goertzer, 1434 Spruce st.,
shot in chest in struggle for posses
sion of pistol with Mathew Silver
man. All roomers in house held by
One man shot and two injured jn
battle between six Italians at 1056
West Taylor st
James D. 'Carr, Baltimore, .helcT in
connection with disappearance of
Rose Dillingham, 19, St. Louis.
Grocery store, 3161 Wabash av.f
looted by armed negro. Joseph and
Abraham Sherman, proprietors, lock
ed in ice box. $12 taken.
Thomas McGowan, 351 Locust st,
struck by street car- Severely In
jured. John Johnson, 39, 11432 Calumet
avM suiicded. Gun. Out of work.
Mrs. Mary Clark ana MrsLizzie
Bender, 1700 W. Jackson blvd., held
as shoplifters. '
John Fallon, 20, 334 S. Western
av, shbt and seriously wounded by
Joseph Rucher, watchman Case &
Martin pie factory. Four compan
ions of Pallors arrested.
Wm. Bigelow, 37, 3726 Herndon
st, struck by &ufo belonging to Chas.
Rittman, Oak Park. Severely bruised.
Lieut Joseph Eggstine, fire patrol
No. 5, plunged through hole in blaz
ing foundry, Erie and Kingsbury sts.
Body of unidentified man, 40,
found on lot D&splaines and Harrison
sts. Revolver near-body. Suicide.'
Wm. Frese, 23, 217 N. Sacramento
blvd., mfesing. May have enlisted, "
Police seeking Charles H. Reid,
London. Disappeared year ago.
Jeremiah Evorak, 22, 2835 Turner
av., stabbed dnd killed by John v