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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 10, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Police of South Park system may
get relief. Ten and a half hour
"trick" too much. Short shifts sug
gested. Temperature 95-yesterday. Hot
test June 9 since 1872
John Smith, St. Louis, jumped into
lake. Pulled out. Heat.
John Malm, 70, dead. Heat
K. Saltis, 834 W. 33d st., dead. Heat.
Michael Buska, 4751 S. Honore st,
John Sipulicp, 725 W. 17th St.,
Chas. Lund, 45, 2638 Hirsch st,
Walker Jones, 50, 426 W. 59th st,
dead. Heart disease.
III. Training School for Nurses
wants public held. Claim states'
att'y has slopped necessary pay
ments. Miss Katherine Stimson, aviator, to
give flying exhibitions. ,
Sister Mary Nathalie, 60, and Sis
ter Suzane, 65, 1031 Cypress st., hit
by car. Seriously hurt.
Heads of Western Bond and Loan
Co., 115 W. Monroe st., private bank
ers, gone. Scores of workers stung.
Blewett Lee, chief counsel Illinois
Central, sued for divorce. Desertion.
A. L. Converse and P. G. Kelsey,
roommates Northwestern. Medical
College, to. meet after 50 years' sep
aration. City ownership of high school
lunchrooms urged by Chas. E. Riddel,
Instructor Marshall High School.
Former Vice President Adlai E.
Stevenson dying at Presbyterian Hos
pital. Hazel Pollock, music student, held
to grand jury for theft. Otto Strohm,
accused of receiving stolen property,
Mrs. Marie Wyerson, 1939 W. Madi
son St., said hubby had other wife.
Charged him with bigamy. Case dis
missed. Threatened him. Arrested.
Stephen Scanlon, 510 W. 42d st,
cut throat Dead. i
J. L. Lizewski, baker, sued for
wedding cake. A. Pesinski, bride
groom, claimed cake spoilt wadding.
Baker awarded $7.50.
Raymond Gifford. 456 W. 42d st,
drank acid. Will recover.
Frank Lee, Salt Lake, and Carrie
Moy, Washington, D. C., Chinese, gr,
married. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fish, 1811
Prairie av., adopted two children
from Jewish Home Finding Society.
Louis A. Dumond authorized by im
provements commission to spend two
months in Europe studying sewage
Mrs Mary Irving wants $1,000
from Mr. and Mrs. J. Hutton, El
dorado, 111. Said to have detained her
son against her will.
Charge against Dr. O. E. Von Bor
ries of swindling Mrs. Poertner out
of $5,120 dismissed.
Bathrooms in Adams, Cornell,
Dante, Gladstone, Hamline, Holden
and Jackson schools open Monday.-
J. Gordon, 1234 W. Adams st, hit
by street car. Bruised.
Francis Ogden, Chicago millionaire,
died in dingy hallroom, Houston,
John Kimonsky, hypnotized eight
months ago by Madison st mesmer
ist, went insane.
Mme. Schumann-Heink to sing be
fore 20,000 clubwomen at Coliseum
Twenty-nine prostrated yesterday.
Dr. Arthur D. Bevan to build $100,
000 house on Lake Shore drive.
Annie Muskowitz, 19, lovesick,
gave $75 ring as charm to "Rebecca
Cutler," fortune teller. Ring van- j
ished. Seeress fined $50. .
Holdup men stopped Detective
Oechsner. Paul Bornkehl, 4314
Evans av., fatally shot Other robber
Mrs. B. Rubeticchio, 30, 1104 New
berry av., died from bullet wound re-
ceived month ago. .
Dogs bit six Tuesday.
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