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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 19, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 30',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Charles Oestreich, 230 W. Lake St.,
seriously wounded and Clarence Wil
bur McKenney, 16 N. Sheldon St.,
shot in three places during row in
Oestreich's saloon. - ..
Walter L. Rolonson, 55, 702 Pull
man Bldg., struck by street car. Con
Louis Wayciak, 9, 945 W. 31st st.,
drowned in river at W. 34th st.
North Shore home of newlyweds.
School censors find many newly mar
ried couples, mostly wage earners.
Score of cafe-cabaret owners
warned against performers mingling
with patrons on penalty of having li
Mile. Martha, trapeze performer,
severely injured during act at Palace
Santa Fe flyer looted by two armed
men at Rockwell st. crossing. Three
passengers contributed loot valued at
several hundred dollars.
Francis D. Hanna, secretary of de
funct city expenditure commission,
wants grand jury probe in bureau of
Annie Crane, employed in home of
Samuel Massover, 2251 Augusta st.,
attacked by alleged employe of tele
phone company. Skull fractured.
Grand jury probe in operations of
John H. tGarrett, promotor, .begun.
Government and state will co-operate
Saloon licenses of 638 N. Paulina
st, 5979 N. Central av., and south
east corner of New England av. and
Irving Park blvd., withheld. Are
. gathering place for criminals.
U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals re
viewing government's plea to sustain
sentence of Jack Johnson, pugilist.
Sentence is one year and $1,000 fine.
Coroner probing deaths of Mrs.
Emily Backus and Miss Marietta
Wright, sisters, 3055 Washington
blvd. Money and jewels may be
2,000 clerks wanted by postoffice.
William B. Thorpe, 72, 7732 S.
Green st, 40 years on police force.,
and veteran of Haymarket riot, dead.o
Mrs. Lulu Tanner Shurtz, daugh--
ter of ,late Gov. John Tanner, award-rt i
ed temporary alimony of $60 a,
Waste commission accepted rec
ommendations of experts on garbage ,
plans. Will cost $3,513,000.
No decision by U. S. Court of Ap-,
peals in cases of Richard Houlihan,
William Bernhardt and Olaf Tveit--"
moe, structural ironworkers who
appealed for retrial. , "
John Reddington, special police-'
man, fined $40 and costs for offering
to "square" case in court.
"Corkscrew flipflop" Beachey's lat
est stunt at Grant Park. Thousands"
watch aviator loop the loop.
Controversy between State's Attor-
ney Hoyne and Illinois Training
School for Nurses settled by compro
mise. "Penalty clause stricken out and,,
$8,000 saved city.
Chicago's permanent charter com-"
mission held first meeting yesterday..,
Depositors trying to avert crash of
William FosWg, 24-year-old banker.
Fosberg promises 75 cents on the doHr
lar settlement. 1
George A. Gibbs and wife, 2972'
Prairie av., severly injured when auto?'
collided with street car. "
Chief Gleason after chop suey
cafes. Captains ordered to enforce
Harry Heath, 417 Bowen av., fined" .
$1,000 and one year in Bridewell as, '
cocaine seller. Kj
Utilities Commission probing Crys-'
tal Lake wreck. Mixed orders report-''
ed cause of collision.
Sampling butter with a forefinger
banned by Woman's City Club. In
dividual sampling devices will be pro- (
Doping of woman ordered out irt
"Sky Monster" by moving censors. ".
James Lyons, 3232 Archer av., died. "3
from wound received last December.,.