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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 06, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 5',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Samuel Eta-Hokeir, 1224 S. Albany
av. shot in three places by unknown
assailant. Wounds not serious.
- James 8. Dibelka, reinstated mem
ber of school board, 'may resign. Con
siders it disgrace to serve with other
Triennial meeting of synod of
Evangelical Lutheran church opened.
1,000 delegates representing 970,000
" Nichola's Lajone rode motorcycle
into street car. Seriously injured.
Socialist candidates for congress
. and legislature nominated.
Roman Wata, 26, and hungry, en
tered home of Stanley Liapinski, 1438
Walton pi. Had meal and went to
bed. Arrested as disorderly.
Morris and Philip Danaher, 736" S.
Winchester av., alleged to have con
fessed shooting Michael "Smiley.
Lorenz Kohouse, janitor Criminal
Court Building, found purse contain
ing $10.2Q. Returned it to owner.
John Marsh, 30, 548 W. 20th st.f
found unconscious on railroad tracks.
Eight arm missing. Police investi
gating. Jury in Keith murder trial com
pleted. Defense claims Keith killed
Walter Paul in dream.
Mounted Policeman Patrick Boyle
hurled from horse by truck. Left leg
Mrs. Eugene Ely, 1028 W. Jackson
blvd., attempted suicide four times
last night because hubby refused to
quit drink. Hubby signed pledge.
Legislative aid wanted to stop gun
men murders. Two dead and one dy
ing record of last two days. Effort
may be-made to stop sale of weapons.
Clarence S. Funk' and 25 others
sued for $50,000 by Thomas W.
Swanh, negro journalist. Claims to
'nave been falsely -imprisoned by di
rectorsfOfvCjifcago Theological Sem
injrv.' Christian Christianson, 24, 3645
Dayton st, suicided gun. Unem
K. K. Nahigian, 29, suicided at La
Salle Hotel. Gun.
Big retail produce market to be
erected at 63d and Wallace. Will be
of concrete and steel, 475 feet long
and 90 feet wide.
$25,000 spent by government in
prosecution of John P. Jelke and as
sociates for oleo frauds.
Edward Agren, Omaha, jumped
from Loojnis st. bridge. Pulled out
after struggle. Out of work.
May Tournofs, 2204 Washington
blvd., swallowed bichloride of mer
cury. Will recover.
Parents objected to Madeline Mee
shant'S beau. She swallowed paris
green. Will recover.
William J. Luthmer offered 20,000
bote for $17,000. Arrested. Will ap
pear before Judge Stewart for alleg
Jury in trial of Michael Hopkins,
Henry Elrich and Duncan Mclntyre
on vote fraud charge completed.
Mrs. Ada Miller, wife of wealthy
manufacturer, Wilmette, wants di
vorce. Incompatibility of hubby
Charles Wolgren, Chicago leper,
smuggled out of County Hospital and
shipped to Sweden. Trip cost federal
Louis Siegel, 29, owner of garage,
3925 Southport av., arrested on
charges preferred by Irene Case, 13,
1313 Irving Park blvd. Man denies
girl's charge, '
License of Weiss Bros., saloon 22d
and S. State sts., and James Sidias,
1149 S. Wabash av., restored on
promise to bar women. "
Henry E. Legler will speak at Stan
ford Park Assembly Hall, Union and
14th pi., May 12, 8 p. m. Subject:
VBefore There Were Books Printed."
Judge Petit decided against Chas.
H. Baker in effort to break father's
will. Case appealed to Appellate
Hugh Saziteel saw man carrying
bundle. Thoned police man -was try-
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