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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 23, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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belled. Arrested. Six months on
Motion to take case from jury in
$1,000,000 Ban- & Widen postal fraud
Felix and Benj. Melinck found
guilty of arson in connection with
fire at 4352 Broadway, Jan. 30, 1912.
Building at 106-112 S. Wabash av.
sold for $400,000.
Park commissioners seeking ap
proval o tfix harbor lines. Bathing
beach may be at 57th st
Library trustees failed to act on
pension system for employes.
Joseph Deutsch dodged jury duty
five times. Judge Cooper told him it
cost county $5 to summons men.
Handed over $25.
Mrs. Eloise S. Wilson wants order
appointing hubby guardian of chil
Lenore Herman, 19, got $14 mer
chandise by representing herself as
Julius Rosenwald's daughter. Given
30 days in Bridewell. Girl denies
Mrs. S. Steimert, W. Hammond,
claims Mayor Wosczinski and Chief
of Police Okraj, W. Hammond, de
frauded her of $550.
"Wm. Suttell," 26, 127 W. 19th st.,
tried to make Overland Limited blind.
Missed. Dead. Flyer delayed a few
One thousand corporations warned
by state's attorney to file anti-trust
affidavits or suit for $50 a day penalty
would be started.
Max Rehman, private banker, 668
Milwaukee av., held under $30,000
bond. 16 testified against him. Losses
"Philip Scott," 21, colored, 1739
Carroll av., hotel bellboy and team
ster, arrested. Woman. Lived six
years as man.
Roy Shields shot at 309 W. Madi
son st. Michael McLean arrested.
Shields may die.
Only one juror tentatively accept
ed in Petras trial.
Pupils at Crane School want better
facilities. Gymnasium, library and
assembly hall asked for. Petitions
J. Miller, 1105 N. Crawford av., ar
rested. Charged with stabbing J.
Mrs. Jessie Button, Kansas, died at
410 S. State st. Heart disease.
Wm. Darr, Morrell's Employment
Agency, 166 S. LaSalle, fined $1 and
costs for obtaining money under false
Herman Schoene and Niles Smith,
alleged auto thieves, brought back
August Bro, workman on new Mor
rison Hotel, hit on head with timber.
Council committee may pass de
mand for vacation of Stone st by
Potter Palmer estate to courts. Ex
perts cannot agree on valuation.
County board again rejected $19,
707 claim of 111. Training School for
Nurses. Bacteriologist to probe Oak
John Jones, janitor, Olivet Memo
rial Church, given 3 months for tak
ing church collections. Paroled at
request of minister.
James Tononiello12, 618 N, Qreen
st., hitched on auto. Slipped. Both
Alexander Schodorek, 2, 1460 W.
Ohio St., hit by auto truck. Leg brok
en. F. Metzeler, 516 N. Elizabeth st,
"Lorna Doone," slashed by movie
censors. Indians burning matresses
against moral welfare.
M. Mongomery, 1233 N. Dearborn
st, hurt in auto collision.
City garbage plant, 39th and Iron
st, in working order. 150 tons han
dled a day.
Post-mortem examination to be
held on body of Mrs. Vera Marsheppi
to determine cause of death.
$150,184 receipts for last six
months at recorder of deeds office.
Concrete roads chosen by county
commissioners. Considered cheaper
and better than vitrified brick.
Frank Kadlac, 1029 Throop st, fin
ed $100 and Frank Haycek, 1918
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