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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 24, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Unknown man jumped from stern
if boat, City of Benton Harbor. Body
i Edward Cloon, ticket agent Calif or-
J da av. "L" station, beaten and rob
bed by three armed men. Got $20.
U Isaac Colburn, 61, died yesterday,
D- three days after marriage to Miss
Mary Underhill of New YorK.
Judge Torrison organized a divorce
K August Dobler, 1342 W. 31st pi.,
suiqide. Gun. No cause known.
John Lehock, 2015 Hadden st sui
Mrs. Nellie Allen, 3033 South Park
av., left Wednesday intending suicide.
Returned home yesterday.
Mrs. A. B. Campbell, 504 Diversey
blvd., suicide. Poison. Despondent.
Charles Rochmon, 1639 Ashland
av., hit with oar by Pete Clay, bath
ing beach attendant after argument.
Wm. Dehman and Clarrise Hertsch,
2246 Racine av., eloped to Crown
Police arrests cause autos to avoid
Highland Park. Business men protest.
Deputy Sheriff John Smith seized
street car of Hammond Line to satisfy
damage judgment of Mary Mikula.
May be sold.
Lake Forest society gave play for
benefit of charity.
Edward Kuhn, member of Moving
Picture Operators' Union, claims to
have been slugged by Jas. Gorman,
business agent for rival union.
Icemen held picnic yesterday in
Thos. Judge, 72, 3610 Pine Grove
av., former member of board of elec
tion commissioners, dead.
Viola Mundy, manicurist at 120 S.
State st., suing Edward Kingsland for
50,000. Breach of promise.
Eight hurt yesterday in street car
Wm. Lunn, former pipeman on fire
department, suing for old job. Says
Contract for building of 1,500 feet
of outer breakwater goes to Great
Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. Bid
Frank Przyblyiski, druggist at 3663
S. Paulina St., killed when auto turned
turtle near Waukegan. Lillian Car
roll, 2427 S. Michigan av., injured.
Women who failed in police exams
because of weight to be given another
Seven hurt when auto overturned
near Bellwood, 111. Funeral party.
Postponed cases of personal prop
erty complaints to be heard today by
board qf review.
City custodian dumped three
pounds of dynamite into the lake yes
terday. Found by police in yacant
John Green, 9455 Stoney Island av.,
injured while fighting dock fire on
Calumet river. Crushed by boat.
Richard Crane, 2852 Seminary av.,
fined $5 for attack on Arthur Crisp,
19 E. Grand av.
Jas Navigato, former head of de
funct bank, arrested yesterday,
charged with larceny by bailee.
Henry Niewalkiewicz, former pri
vate banker, arrested for embezzle
ment, arraigned yesterday. Case
arfield Park swimming pool ac
commodated 4,300 yesterday.
Wm. Wessel, 2254 Cottage Grove
av., struck by auto truck at 18th and
State sts. Hospital.
Vincent Triciello, railroad employe,
killed by train near Glenview cross
ing on C, M. & St. P.
Edward Brink, Cincinnati, chosen
head of Comm'l Law League in con
vention. B. M. Ferguson appointed to dep't
of pubc service.
Illinois State Bank expects to re
Federal grand jury may complete
Lorimer bank probe next week.
John Miller, former head of bank
rupt Miller, Watt & Co., clothiers, held