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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 04, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Dissension may disrupt League of
Cook County Clubs. Allegel illegal
election of Mrs. Charles Zimmerman
as president may result inrival or
ganization. Death of Mrs. Elizabeth Walters,
1332 WiUis ct., from overdose of
' codeine at County Hospital followed
by strict watch. Visitors scrutinized
to prevent entry of poisons. Whisky,
fruit and candy jConfifigated.
Homewood C6urttryGJub destroy
ed by fire. 20 girls employed ms dot
mestics forced tcf-jtSeln-nlght clothes;
Suffrage row -denied by Jarre Ad
dams. Trouble oVBTsayjJ Mis, Wilbur
Trout. f -.- i .
Home of Georfce H. CahTf rff, 4250
Broadway, looted. ?250-$tup? taken.
Mrs. Charles K. E. Stone's flat,
4750 Magnolia av., entered. $150
Mrs. Mary Burton and 3-months'-old
grandchild, Mildred Burrell, 4306
N. Western av., found in gas-filled
room. May-be suicide.
New $60,000 St. John's Lutheran
church, Forest Park, dedicated.
Riot call sent to Robey street sta
tion. Squad of police rushed to scene.
Found fire apparatus there. False
alarm. - "
Aeroplane company wamV permit
to operate line. Utilities commission,
must decide- trafflGi.raie, " '
Wantetfa woniapiturglar fashion
ably dressed and'attracfive. Lady has
been operaQng TieaTmivtersify--of
Chicago. . , r ,
$750,000 Tpurtbr -Presbyterian
church, Lincoln parkway, will be
dedicated May 9.
Prisoners given "honor" test at
county jail. Guards went off to ban
quet while inmates promised to be
Auto driven by Thomas Hoyne, 16-year-old
son of state's attorney,
crashed into other auto. Mrs. Frank
M. Smith, 5709 Kimbark av., severely
Lauretz Liverson, 420 S. Clark st.,
Stopped before revival meeting. Conscience-stricken
Confessed to police
of taking suitcases.
$175,000 deficit in Chicago grand
opera. Directors appealing for funds
for coming season.
New comet located by Prof. Philip
Fox, Northwestern University. Heav
enly visitor -rapidly approaching
Walter R. McKinney, motorcycle
policeman, hurled oyer handle oars
while purafuing" speeder. Leg frac
tured. Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen
petitioning governor for pardon of
S. A. Parsons. Man killed wife in mis
take for burglar. '
Mrs. Anjgte Harris, 3838 S. State st.,
negress, murdered.. Throat slashed.
Police seeking William Bosworth, al
Joseph Molinoro, 18, arrested.
Wanted in Kenosha, Wis., for at
Lives of several children imperiled
by fallen trolley wires. Two young
sters slightly burned.
Carl M. Holmquistr 1417 Hollywood
av., sprinted on- Clai'k st. - Couldn't
stop. Crashed into street cAr. Skull
fractured. ' "
ErflstSwahn, 307 Park'av., struck
by disk at Scandinavian Gymnastic
Glubf, Skull fractured;
Peer Pobyisr-37fH725 Ashland
-avi, diedawalting supper. Heart dis
Two .troopers.cmissing-,from Fifth
Cavalry, Fort SnerTdan. Police un
able to 'trace deserters.
FraHk Kepler, 733 W. 47th pi.,
agenrSchiller st. station Northwest
ern "L" rocked In closet "by holdup
men". Cash drawer lodted $5.
Ivan S. Burton, 6741 Sheridan rd,
started on world touf Monday. Week
of bard knocks enough. Surrender
ed at detective bureau. Sent home.
Julian Katzol, 33, 622 W. 12th st,