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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 04, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Otto Luleich, 50, 4245 S. Ashland
av., beaten to death. James Galla
gher and Chas. Eggleston, 4261 S.
Ashland av., suspected.
Mrs. Florence Pearman, 12 W. 29th
st, shot hubby in thigh. Escaped.
Mrs. George T. Corbin, 32, 7132
Ellis av., attacked by husband.
Standard Oil Co. tank, 1316 Cort
land St., exploded. Three firemen in
jured. Loss $35,000.
Body of unidentified man found in
William Kurkluk, 21, struck by
train. Cut in two.
Former Aid. Stephen Cosselin and
Richard Wernecki arrested for dis
turbing movie theater.
John Fritzman, 50, 828 W. 31st St.,
hit by auto. Serious. L. Richardson,
Dog warrants declared void by
George Davis, St, Louis, dead.
Helen Morton calls Chicago so
ciety men empty-headed, unintellect
ual and brainless.
Jury may be completed today in
Peter Ruseto's murder trial.
Bids on $5,000,000 Wilson av. wa
ter tunnel opened.
, Three gunmen pinched after gun
battle on interurban car near JoUet.
Mrs. M. Hoffman, 2317 Thomas st.,
earned more than hubby. He ob-,
jected. Left. Ordered to pay $5 a
week by judge.
Col. Richard S. Thompson, Civil
War veteran, dead.
Mayor Mitchell, N. Y., found smoke
df I. C. objectionable.
State supervision of private banks
suggested by Chicago Real Estate
Thomas Chivers, negro janitor
Moystinvilla apartments, 3753 Ver
non av., shot and killed.
Limitations of appeals suggested as
'remedy for clogged conditions in
Cook county courts.
Cancer infectious, says Dr. Able
man, Rush Medical College.
Judge Owens may give women vote
for County Board. Intimated Su
preme Court may declare suffrage
Parmalee Co. denies right of city
to regulate vehicles. Bought taxi li
censes to help city plea.
13 bitten by dogs Wednesday. 90
fined $2 for vicious dogs.
$185,000 estate of Nathan Friend
goes to relatives.
Two "L" trains collided at Kinzie
station. Three hurt.
State's att'y wants $6,000 to aid
collecting court fees.
Hearing for 15 per cent wage in
crease for Nickel Plate R. R-telegraphers
ended. Decision this week.
Louis Smith, Danville, III., lost $250
stud on car.
April fire loss, $1,500,000. May,
Jury awarded Tony Roserti $217.50
for being put off West Shore train
with wife and children.
Herman A. Russell, gem dealer,
held for smuggling.
Week-old-boy found in valise, 40'
Frank W. Horner held to grand
jury for filing false schedules in sign
Body found in the river identified
as John Silvia, 740 N. Racine av.
Robert Arnold and Max Harzow
ski charged with looting brass-fitting
Christian Knudson, 1630 N. Tripp
James Terry, 13, Evanston, ar
rested. Took $4.10 from phone box.
Quinn's store, 4642 W. 63d st., en
tered. Quinn bound and' gagged.
Police seeking parents of Peter
Lipski, 6, found May 21 at Glencoe.
Dr. Gastano Ronga sued for di
vorce. Cruelty alleged.
Police holding conference on reor
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