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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 11, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 5',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Michael Hopkins, Duncan Mclntyre
and Henry found guilty in vote fraud
trial. Pined $350 each.
Score hurt by flying glass whan
street car went wild in loop. Hun
dreds delayed by accident
James Visten, 2434 S. Sacramento
av., killed, and son, John, seriously in
jured when auto collided with street
Joseph Ogonniski, 516 N. Elizabeth
st. .robbed by two armed men. Lost
life's savings. $500.
Pasquale Forte, brother of 17-year-old
Erna Forte, has returned from
California to testify in defense of sis
ter and mother. Women are held as
accessories in connection with mur
der of Antonio Molasco.
Permission to loop the loop re
fused Lincoln Beachy, aviator, by
South Park Board.
Fayne Rhorabough, student Chi
cago University, ordered to move on.
Moved two feet. Arrested.
Three places raided by moral
squad. 30 men and women taken.
Rev. Albert Bassett, First Presby
terian Church, Evanston, and Burton
Thatcher, choir singer, left coats in
hall during service. Robber entered.
New overcoats gone.
Miss Lauretta Bischoff, 2828 Sheri
dan road, found doors barred. Bur
glars Girl screamed. Men fled. $600
Body of week-old babyboy, wrap
ped in newspapers, found in Union
John Ryan, 15, 2524 Stark st, shot
under eye by George Powers, 16, 2525
Hillock st. Powers held by police.
Miss Louisa Paugra, 20, maid in
home of S. C. Klein, 2923 Clarendon
av., overcome by gas. Revived, i
Benjamin Elbert, 35, overcome by
Frank Dapkus, 8, 1457 S. Union av.,
fell into river at W, 22d st. Dead.
Samuel Evens, 13, 1110 S. Tripp st.,
drowned in West Side Natatorium.
Struck bottom djving.
Twenty hurt when cars collided at
Ciark and Randolph sts. Benjamin '
Garzomski, 5111 W. 30th pi., taken
Victor Chester, 26, and Theodore
Wiedo, 949 W. Brie, stabbed and i
beaten in fight over women.
100 new street cars put into service
on Indiana av. 150 more will be add- '
ed in few weeks.
Mother's Day celebrated in every !
church. Father's Daysuggested now. '
Martha Weinauer, 12, 9117 Buf
falo av., struck by motorcycle. Joseph I
Van Santer, 309 W. 110th pi., held.
Anthony Chuca, owner of pool- "
room, 715 S. Morgan st, stabbed 5,
times by hold-up men for refusing to r
open cash register. Condition serious.
Mrs. Mary Miller, 50, 619 Black-
hawk av., mistook bichloride of mer- '
cury for headache tablets. Will re- !
E. R. Pritchard, secretary Board of !
Health,, will speak at weekly lunch-'
eon of North-West Sid eCommerclal '
Ass'n, Thursday, May 14, 12:30 noont
at eGrston's Cafe, Ashland and Divi-''
Eight men arreste dfor "panhand-
ling." Booked for disorderly conduct
Three struck by street cars yester- '
day. Adolph. Erlas, 44, 2124W. Mon
roe st, may die.
Sewall Truax, man mysteriously '
shot at home of father-in-law, still
Harry A. Wheeler uncertain wheth- T
er he will serve on Federal Reserve
Two children bitten by mad dog in
South Chicago. Animal killed by po- s
lice. ( r
Unidentified boy, 11, drowned at W.
22d and Halsted st Body recovered. r
Referendum for withdrawal on in
Evanston. Germania addition wants
to be annexed to Chicago. . 8
Fire attorney investigating blaze at7
1015 E. 55th st Arson suspected. I
Christ Benzing, 40, shabbily dress
ed and hungry, picked up by detec- s
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