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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 01, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 11',
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non-suited. No evidence. Charged
with selling liquor without license.
Mrs. Catherine Bodeji, 2419 N. Hal
Bted St., dead. Hit by car.
Man enticed Laura Irion, 11, 638 N.
Spaulding av., into basement. At
tacked her. Police searching.
Olaf Hand, 628 W. Madjson St.,
stricken in saloon. Dead. Heart
Eggie Schwartz, 47724 S. Robey
st, shot in face.- Car discharged bul
let left on track. Badly hurt,
Stanley Walenski, 1045 W. Huron
st, fell from third floor -to sidewalk.
M. Nowak, Hammond, 'Ind., killed.
Caught by belt Whirled in machinery
at West Hammond factory.
Searching house where Frank Bun
nel's body was found, police discov
ered vial containing supposed poison.
Sixteen bitten by dogs Friday.
Forty-five caption pass examina
tion for battalion chief.
Gone for year, Wm. A Porter re
ported to police as missing yesterday.
Lived at 18 N. Elizabeth. '
Harry Haynes arrested for passing
bad check. Committed crime to re
place lost leg with wooden one. May
Four men loitering before Saratoga
Hotel arrested. Hotel complained.
Six electrical workers taken in raid
on union hall at 32 N. Fifth av. Charg
ed with playing cards.
HUNT GIRL FEAR "SLAVERS"
Cora LePage, 21 years old, has
been missing from the home of her
mother, Mrs. Peter Linder, 3626 West
12th st, since Wednesday. and it is
believed that she may have been kid
naped. According to members of the
family, the young woman expressed a
desire to earn her own living and
started out in search of work. She
said she was going to answer an ad
vertisement for a cashier at a picture
show in South Chicago. The police
are working on the case. The family
fears white slavers.
Gen. J. J. C. J off re is, the supremo
commander of the army, of France.
Gen. Soukomlinoff, Russian minis
ter of war, is the second in command
of all Russian troops.