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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 07, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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vaudeville arid lunch poor recruits for
Lord.
President sent letter of thanks to
brother of "Sammy,r Meisenberg, boy
killed at Vera Cruz, for offer to take
brother's place.
Prof. Frederick Starr scored Wil
son's Mexican policy Claims "hands
off" plan would haVe eliminated
Huejta.
Defense told of somnambulistic in
cidents in WilliamJKeith's life at mur
der trial. James A. Patten, million
aire traction man, aiding slayer of
Walter Paul.
Patrick Moynihan, 4209 Union av.,
fined $25 for failing to appear as
juror.
Hugh Murray, Jr., 8, 3039 Haynes
court, drowned. Fejl in lake while
fishing.
Simon Petrosky. 230 W. ,46th st.,
and William A. Bennett, 1036 N. Ra
cine, av., died from injuries received
in falling down stairs.
William Roenis, 3149 Colorado aY.,
followed Margaret Morgan, 16. Fined
$50 and costs as flirt.
Rev. William T. McCandles sued
by- Mrs. Emma M. Krings. Woman
claims pastor fraudulently obtained
deed for property. -
Jury of 11 to decide vote ,. fraud
trial. If found guilty only fine will
be imposed.
John A. Lucas, Kenosha, Wis., re
ported missing.
Woman's.Trade Union League will
hold a May Day Festival, Sunday,
May 10, 3 p. m., at Schiller Han, 64
W. Randolph st
HonOVm. McKmlpy will, speak be
fore Chicago Single Tax Club, Fri-J
day, -8 p. m., at, Schiller Hall, 64 W.
Randolph st. Subject: "Propor
tional Representation."
' Traction committee named by
council. Measures taken for better
liL" and, trolley service.
Will of Byron Laflin Smith filed.
$5,500,000 estate goes to widow" and
children. Several bequests to charity.
Prosecution of Aid. Albert R. Tear-
ney recommended by Chief Gleason
-for alleged -violation of closing law.
Three cafe owners fined on evidence
of policewomen.
First Deputy of Pplice Herman F.
Schuettler denies rumored resigna
tion. May take six weeks' furlough.
Miss Margaret Cribbon, 2150 S.
Hoyne av,,. hit by auto. Seriously in
jured. Autoists fled.
Miss Pearl Migand, 25, ,2155 State
St., struck by auto driven by Mrs.
James Baum, Jr., 66 B. Division St.
Mrs. Baum not arrested.
Ledwiga, 5, and Nellie, Cichon, 3,
1657. W. Erie St., knocked down by
auto. Children taken to hospital.
Meyer W. Lippman, ehauffeur, ar
rested. Rasmus Johnson, 1652 N. Rock
well st, threatened with death if be
identified John Leskie as hold-up
man. August Stiewe, 2527 W. Divi
sion st, arrested.
. . Roy Jones' cafe, scene of Hena
gaw murder, t eopened. New owners
say place has reformed.
Jack Johnson to return, says Att'y
Benjamin Bachrach. Reversal of in
dictments caused pugilist to change
mind.
John Coleman, 5, 2519 W. Madison
st, snatched from under street car
by Policewomen Burt and Sheridan.
Louis Siegel, 3925 Southport av.,
fainted when held under $10,000 bond
on charge of mistreating 15year-oId
daughter of Mrs. Jennie Case, 1313
Irving Park blvd.
Edward W. Pease, 6053 Cottage
Grove av., held under $1,500 bond for
operating fake real estate office.
Warner Construction Co. gets
work on municipal pier. Bid 1,067,
984.; Clifford Wilson, 9, 3650 Calumet
av,, negro, held for raiding Irving
Dymock's grocery, 3701 Forest av.
Fred "W. Wager and Mrs. Dorothy
Buff, 4353 Jndiana av., arrested, at
girl's rooms on charges preferred by
Mrs. Wager.
Walter Moss, 819 Argyle st., guard
Nbrthwestern"L," severely bruised.
Struck by Englewood train.

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