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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 28, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 30',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Blanche Woodward, 4559 In
diana av., 'wants $50,000 from Mrs.
Ruth Elliott Godfrey, 929 Edgecombe
av., for alienating hubby's affections.
Man blames catfor leaving home.
Jackson Park Bank", 1402 E. 63d st.,
fifth private bank to close doors in
General Charles Truman Hotch
.kiss, Civil War veteran, forced to en
ter old men's home. Lost fortune.
Mrs. H. Newman, 55, 5020 S. Mich
igan av., killed by auto of R. Ray
mond Lewis, 2058 W. 103d st.
Miss Margaret Pursell, telegrapher,
received message of sweetheart's sui
cide. Walter Mathews, 20, shot self
Max Smith, who deserted family,
pardoned by governor on plea of wife
Two buildings damaged and one
man killed by lightning in Cook
Jiu jitsu grip believed to have caus
ed death of Miss Florence Bentley.
Open verdict returned by coroner's
John Hudson, as grocer, made $15
week. As artist made 15 cents. Up
for non-support. Ordered to go back
to grocery shop and pay wife $6 a
Episcopal convention endorsed old
age pensions for clergymen.
Presbyterians would make religion
part of educational system. Want
Bible study in schools. Peace doc
Charges against John H. Lyle, head
of Ehglewood Law and Order League,
for assault, dismissed. Complainant
refused to prosecute.
Speeding blamed for deaths in
motorcycle accidents. Were going
60 miles an hour.
Frierich family, 2233 Keystone av.,
united by Court of Demestic Rela
tions. Split in two factions for
months. Dismissed on peace promise.
Mancy Squire Baldwin, 9, only child
of Judge Baldwin, died yesterday.
Charles C. Featherly, manager of
Photo-Process Developing Co., charg
ed with abandoning wife.
Charles Swanson, 2332 Fairmont
av., delirious, turned on gas. Revived.
C. A. R. men assail president for re
fusal to attend memorial services at
Frank M. Henning admits looting
Farmer's Bank, Schaumburg. De
fense hinges on partnership and stat
ute of limitations.
Frank M. Henning admits Farmer's
Bank, Schaumburg. Defense hinges
on partnership and statute of limi
tations. James Cruenbaum, wanted for
$25,000 embezzlement, missing. Out
on $2,00.0 bond.
John Karl, barber, 822 E. 63d st.,
fined $10. No license.
Bodies of three unidentified men
found in lake. One had pockets turn
ed inside out
Electric Dyeing and Cleaning Plant,
6237 Broadway, struck by lightning.
School trustees clashed over Mrs.
Young's report Resolutions aimed at
superintendent referred back to com
mittee. Samuel Holzman, 134 S. Washten
aw av., met attractive woman. Fol
lowed her. Beaten and robbed by two
men. Trio arrested deny crime.
Fossil bone of American bison, 50,
years old, found in excavation of ge
ology building, University of Chicago.
Personal property valued at $140,
000 left by John Faithorn.
Miss Ray Cox, actress, reports $3,
500 jewels missing.
Permit issued for hydroplane haven
at Loncoln Park.
Bathing beach license of Frank B.
Cantwell, E. 76th st, revoked. Was m
not owner of property for which "
license was- issued.
Heat wave cost James Rego two
fingers. Hand caught in family ice
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