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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 25, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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241,736, Will-have to borrow $2,
250,000. Bowman .Dairy Co. and Alfred C.
Cowles, 1130 Lake Shore drive, fined
$150 and costs for failing to file tax
schedules. 25 other suits filed.
Three colored boys in chicken
coop. Rooster crowed. Captured.
Mrs. Mary Remington, 1053 W.
Lake St., called hubby lazy. Throat
cut. Hubby fled. Will recover.
M.rs. Mary Dusharm, 2009 Maple
av., awarded $7,000 damages against
Chicago City Railway. Paralyzed in
accident 6 years ago.
Jury returned verdict of $5,476.40
in case of Emily C. Lau against John
H. and L. V. Logeman. Judge said
excessive- Second verdict $46.20.
Albert ijiai slapped Sophie Malin
ski, 18, sister-in-law, to keep her
from "white way." Arrested. Judge
Richard Schults, willing to plead
guilty if spared from gallows. Hus
band of murdered woman refuses
Edw. Pless, Leyden, found dead on
Manheim road. Heart disease. -'
Percy Sweet, 5653 Dorchester av.,
had bag of golf balls. -Claimed he
found them in stream. Fined $25.
Wm. C. Beilseldt, 1715 N. Thripp
st, shot in leg by Harry Neuhaus,
stepson. Neuhaus arrested.
Jacob Weingarten, owner pool
room, 918 W. 14th sU held as helper
of thieves. Bond $5,000.
City council ignored ousting of
Geo. Weston, city's member of board
of supervising engineers.
Four jurors picked in Petras trial.
Mrs. Helen Scanlan demands new
appraisal for Stone st. Says $15 a
foot would be more accurate than
Harry L. Hudson, formerly exam
iner of chauffeurs, formally dismiss
ed. Alleged to have tampered with
Grace Valentine, actress, recom
mended parole of Julia Hawkins, col
ored maid; charged with taking $100
Chicago Picture Frame works sold
by Judge Landis for $27,50.0.
Jay H. Emerson lost 8 extra auto
tires in two months. Yesterday
thieves took auto.
Mrs. Ida Cohen fined $10 and costs
for failing to burn lights in hall of
Supplies appropriation cut 51 per
cent by school board to make up de
ficit in teachers' salaries.
Town Marshal Gottschalk, Ever
green Park, refused to make arrest.
Locked up by sheriff. Released on
Frank Muschski, 1164 Cherry st.,
fined $100 and costs. Cruelty to ani
mals. Wm. Burt, Pinkerton watchman,
hit by street car conductor. Gun
bounced from pocket. Arrested for
carrying concealed weapons.
Eli Bravo alleged to have confessed
thefts from cash register at Shaw's
drug store, 300 E. 79th st.
OFFERS BABY AS FINE
A one-cent fine and one hour in
jail was the penalty put on Mrs.
Laura Dombrowski, 1150 West Chi
cago avenue, by Judge Sabath. Ac
cused as a silk thief, she explained
the magnetic stuff stuck, to her own
silk shawl as she passed out of the
place of a dressmaker neighbor.
The court threatened to send her
to jail for a year. "I have no money
but I'll give my baby to the woman
who thinks I meant to steal silk from
her," she said. "I've got enough
children already," was the answer of
Mrs. Karolina Postowa, 736 Temple
court, the complainant.
T. R. STARTS POLITICING
Oyster Bay, N. Y., June 25. Coh
Roosevelt started in today being poli
tician and not a geographer. He is
sued blistering statement attacking
Pres. Wilson and i administration for
"belated payment of blackmail" vto
Columbia proposed in pending treaty.