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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 21, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 30',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Marie Staub found by police
in home at 602 Irving Park blvd., with
cut on head. Struck by beggar.
John Houilihan, South Chicago,
sentenced to 30 days in Bridewell.
Judge Ryan released him after 20
minutes. Psychological sentence.
Woman wearing an X-ray skirt
nearly mobbed at the Chicago Beach.
Crowd of men too interested.
Struck by auto, Mrs. Mary Sullivan,
432 Aberdeen st, threw baby into
crowd. Man caught baby. Mother
injured. Driver arrested.
Henry Goldberg, 1344 Newberry
av., hurt when auto hit bicycle.
Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, 9235 Com
mercial av., dropped baby when
struck by auto. Both uninjured.
Auto of Rev. D. F. McGuire, Church
of Visitation, stolen.
Hired girl in home of J. T. Brown,
Morgan Park, frightened burglar by
talking to self in different tones.
Alvin Brooks brought from Mount
Clemens, Mich., by police. Wife
abandonment and wire-tapping
United State's custom officials to
hold unclaimed merchandise sales.
Friends banqueted new Battalion
Chief Frank Oswald of 27th battalion.
Miss Esther Zisbrat, 2626 Iowa st,
fined $5 and costs for rocking boat in
Two escaped convicts from Joliet
supposed hiding in. Brighton Park.
Mrs. F. L. Brown, South Chicago,
fined $20 and costs for operating
drug store without license.
J. J. Cfaffy, 538 W. 45th St., thrown
by runaway horse. Arm broken.
C. R. Kennedy, 5203 Millard av., ar
rested for shooting of Emmet Sout,
27 W. 18th st, last night.
Day's profits of Suffrage Shop were
$6,000. Raising $50,000.
"Mike," dog actor in "Peg o' My
Miss Anne Fennell, 901 Leland av.,
kicked in head while swimming. Res
cued by beach guard.
Theodore Johnson, 3614 Bosworth
av., cut throat before wife and child.
Turned gas on when they fled. May
Stanley Petofski, 1356 Augusta st.,
fined $50 and costs for sleeping at
switch and delaying a train 10 min
utes. Chief Gleason to stop amusement
Paul Troubetzkoy, Russian prince,
in Chicago. Mission secret.
Commercial Law League to assail
high fees in bankruptcy cases.
Willy Stone, shot by Peter Laracy,
3011 Indiana av., dead. Quarreled
over $2 board bill,
Joe Graff, tailor, charged with oper
ating confidence game, released. Paid
back $200 to Margaret Pollischek.
Owen Thompson, restaurant 'pro
prietor at 4804 Broadway av., fined
$5. Hit Harry De Young, 1418 Bal
moral av., on head with roll.
Gamblers caught in raid at 710
Wells st, fined. W. H. Strickland,
keeper, $5, fiive others $1 each.
Seeking identification of man
found in river at St Albany av.
Wm. Healy found dead in bed at
2624 Ogden av. Coroner investigat
ing. Joe Jenski, 1513 Newberry st., told
police of burglars. Policeman left on
watch found rat gnawing trap.
Repairs amounting to $15,701
have been made on school buildings"
Louis Brinkman, 704 N. Clark St.,
fined. $200 for annoying young girls
Samuel Nickerson, former presi
dent of First National Bank, dead.
Busse estate of $150,000 left to
Bill before congress for new life
saving station at Lincoln Park.
David Jacobson, 3045 Clifton av.,
robbed by two. Described as "Mutt
and Jeff." Got $20.
Aid. Krause arrested John Laine
165 W. Grand av., .accused of mis-'