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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 30, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Lawrence Jasezezsucki, 1221 No
ble St., up for non-support. Hubby
unable to get job. Wife agreed to
work if he would care for family.
Evanston police shot stray dogs.
Poor marksmen. Dying dogs annoy-
ed citizens. Dogs take "gas route"
W now.
Finance committee recommends
$40,000 for technical board to study
problem.
Seven passengers hurt with bird
shot when foreigner fired shotgun in
to observation car of Burlington flyer
near Kansas City.
Francis W. Lane wants injunction
to restrain publishing speller for pub
lic schools. Claims it illegal for
teachers to compile speller.
William K. Nourse on trial for big
amy. Alleged to have 3 wives.
William Rapp, husband of Mme.
Schumann-Heink, denied new trial.
Girls to sell roses and carnations
today for benefit of Francis Willard
Hospital.
Osward Markward, Milwaukee, up
for disorderly conduct. Given choice
of Milwaukee or Bridewell. Chose
Milwaukee.
Accidental death verdict in case of
Joseph Daley, deputy bailiff. Nine
suspects released.
Charles Butler placed on trial on
charges of Marjorie and Viola Wolf,
14. Twins claim he enticed them in
to basement
Suit to recover $3,000 penalty for
cocaine violations against Truax,
Greene & Co., begun.
Church strength rests on training
fk of young, says Rev. Francis E. Clark,
Boston.
Edw. Brown, 6301 Wentworth av.,
found 2 men ransacking office. F.
Richter, 527 S. State st, and Frank
Kramer captured.
Home of Wm. H. Reeves, 407 W.
71st st, robbed. $800.
Alice and Helen Johnson, 6143 Ellis
av., students, U. of Chicago, hit by
auto. Severely in jured .
David Allen, 1425 S. State st., pe
gro preacher, disagreed with other
preacher on bible passage. Stabbed in
back.
State Food Commission demands
that sanitary conditions prevail in ice
cream factories. Claims raw material
used unfit.
Mrs. Edna Bephke, 329 S. Laflin,
fainted while swimming at north
shore beach. Rescued by policewo
men. James Bartz went fishing. Caught
perch. Fish bit him. Ran to Pastuer
Institute. Relieved when told fish was
sane.
Emmet Downs, 177, 5526 Hermit
age av., hit by auto. Severe scalp
wound.
Wklter Gadinski, 8522 Exchange
av., struck by auto. Areck Erickson,
driver, not held.
Vaughn Barnard, 8, 7031 Harper
av., hit by auto. Badly bruised. Driv
er fled.
John Michort, 2103 S. Ashland av.,
injured by auto belonging to F. W.
Fairman, 5846 S. Park av.
J. H. Stafford, St. Louis, hit by
auto truck. Bruised.
Viola Droega, 14, 761 4 S. Laflin st.,
hit by auto. Thrown from bicycle.
Badly hurt.
Sixteen killed by autos in June.
Nine children under 14.
Alexander Hartwick given 8 years
for counterfeiting.
Kable Brothers Co., Mount Morris,
HI., filed $30,000 suit against Amer
ican Bread Wrapping Co. Claim they
failed to pay for goods delivered.
Vernon L. Beam, Chief Gleason's
secretary, to be transferred to city,
law department. Was practicing law
while on police job.
Six families routed by fire at 6000:
Prairie av.
Boys playing with matches believ
ed to have caused fire at 225 E. 60th
sfc. Loss $500.
Motion to file information against
holders of $1,900,000 Boston Store
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