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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 25, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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Kansas City. Metropolitan Street
Railway employes received Increase
in wages of 1 cent per hour. Affect
about 3,400 men.
St Louis. MrsrRosalie Potts leap
ed from fourth-story window of St
Mary's Infirmary. Probably die.
Naco, Ariz. Telegrams from Can
anea, Mexico, report 2 mines of Can
anea Copper Co. burning. Asked for
pulmotors and other lifesaving ap
paratus. Peoria, III. Bert Johnson, 32, dead
result injuries received in collision of
his motorcycle with auto.
Joliet, III. 1 man killed and 2 in
jured. Barn destroyed by severe
Tulsa, Okla. Gov. Cruce ordered
investigation of alleged lawlessness
which has followed killing of U. S.
Enforcement Officers Holmes David
son and Deputy Howard Plank by
Wm. Baber yesterday.
Freeport, III. Ralph Dreibelbeis, 9,
dragged to death. Runaway.
Washington. 150 guinea pigs sent
to New Orleans by public health ser
vice to help authorities fight bubonic
Carmi, III. Wesley York, 22, deaf
mute, drowned in Little Wabash
river. Unable to call for aid.
Cincinnati. Ceo. Icenogle, 21,
says he saw Katherine Winters in
Little Rock, Ark. Brought back let
ter signed with girl's name .asking
father to come get her.
Worden, III. Frederick Sassen
berg, Jr., 12, caught in belt while
playing near thresher. Neck broken.
Cedar Rapids, la. Discouraged by
small wage received in department
store, Maud Buck, 17, suicided with
Kingston, Jamaica. German
cruiser Dresden, bearing Gen. Huerta,
Gen. Blanquet and other Mexican
refugees, arrived here.
Bowling Green, 0. Rev. C. E.
Knapp, pastor United Brethren, sent
broadcast invitation for men to ap
pear at service tomorrow without col
lars or coats.
Saginaw, Mich. $50,000 damage
done by fire in plant of Bliss & Van
THE SOUTH SIDE AFFAIR
Chief Gleason to file charges
against Capt Ryan and Lieutenants
Morrissey, Allman and McMahon.
Rumored that 22d street copper,
to save his own star, has revealed en
tire workings of station.
They didn't close Freiberg's this
John J. Jordan got fined ?200 on
after-hours violation. Then served
with notice of wife's divorce and fin
ally got new duds ruined in rain.
Handsomely-gowned young wo
man arrested by Hoyne's detectives.
Hurried to Hyde Park station. Iden
tity kept secret.
"Big Ed" Murphy and Johnny
Howe named as Cap Ryan's confiden
Morris Grabowsky, alias "Gra
ham," alias "Yellow Kid," booked at
Central after being held since Satur
day. Chief Gleason and Lieut. Grady tes
tified before grand jury. .
Grady produced bullet which he
said struck Roxy Venille. Hoyne de
nies it is same bullet.
Jack Burke, owner of summer re
sort at Cedar Lake, Ind., denied re
port that several redlight characters
are in hiding at his place.
Police still investigating under
ground tunnels beneath redlight dis
trict Wm. Egan, 111 E. 11th street, and
Wm. Hurley, 1732 Wabash avenue,
taken into custody by Detective Ser
Physicians who attended Roxy Ve
nille said to have given grand jury
names of men who accompanied
One policeman said to have told
civil service commission that he was
quickly jerked up when he got too
active in closing dives.
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