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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 03, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Jas. Markey, 300 Beethoven st, re
cently arrested as gunman, stabbed
five times in fight. Will die. John
Duffy held. Identified as assailant.
Four raids in disorderly houses and
hotels brought arrests of 43.
Piloce still holding C. M. Houston
in connection with Cohan's Grand
Opera House robbery.
Abe Ratner, wanted in connection
with arson trust cases, brought back
from Saskatchewan, Can.
Bankers to hold conference here.
To discuss Federal Reserve banks.
Wm. Anderson, 1538 W. 66th pi.,
dropped dead. Heart disease blamed.
Tony Gusbarto, 1012 Aberdeen st,
suicide. Gun.
Judge confiscated two chickens
found on Dan Murphy, 4711 Augusta
st. Five women prisoners had feast
at Desnlaines st. station Sunday.
Robber locked Martin Suttler, 3258
N. Ashland av., in ice box of saloon.
Took $15.
Stefana Sbovash, 2, 940 Sedgwick
st., reported missing. Found un
harmed by father.
Five arrested in Evanston for
speeding. In court this morning.
Custave Byurman, 815 Townsend
st, found door locked. Crawled
along board from porch to window.
Fell four floors. Dead.
Two hundred children marched at
funeral of Albert Beilfuss, formerly'
alderman of 15th Ward, yesterday.
Five hundred recruited for service
in Ireland for Home Rule cause. $7,
000 donated for purchase of arms.
Launch of Rebert Griffith hit piling
in North Canal. Wife and Mrs. Clara
Greuner drowned.
Three girls pulled from water and
revived by life guards at Wilson
beach Sunday.
H. H. Weeks, 2516 Clara pi., smash
ed auto on curbstone. Avoided colli
sion with another machine.
Chicago vacationists found Fox
Lake dry. No liquor for first time in
history of village.
Wilbert Simpson, 13, 814 W. 61st
pi., found old revolver. Didn t know
it was loaded. Shot and killed com
panion, Jas. Burke, 13, 818 W. 50th pi.
George Ficht crushed by train.
Hospital. Lungs stopped work at 12
o'clock Saturday night. Heart beat
two hours and forty minutes longer.
Philip Fasso, Chicago Heights sa
loonkeeper, shot and killed behind
bar. Murderer escaped. Blame
"black hand."
Two thugs held up V. M. Alexan
der, 935 Leland av., pres. of C. & A.
R. R., near home. Got $120 cash and
$575 dn jewelry:
Wm. Moore, 6220 University av.,
janitor, arrested. Confessed padded
brick robbery. Suspected of many
others.
James Picek, watchman in W. O.
King lumber yards at 26th and Loo
mis, turned in alarm when fire start
ed in timber. Baby left in house.
Burned to death.
Chas. Mironde, 161 S. State st.,
held up in his saloon by two men.
Got $10.
Two unknown thugs walked up to
Sam Scaletta, 1119 Townsend st., and
emptied guns at him. Dead. Wife
shot twice. Blame Mafia.
Watch valued at $285 stolen from
room of Miss L. Robertson, 639
Library st, Evanston.
Thos. McElligott, 5923 Indiana av.,
dove from-pier at Chicago Beach.
Struck rock. Back broken. Dead.
Victor Prins, 27, 5332 Prairie av.f
suicide. Gas. Motive a mystery.
"Dorothy," launch of Albert Bitze,
"went dead" off South Chicago. Tow
ed in by lif esavers.
Gold bracelet stolen from house of
A. G. Slife, 732 Emerson av., Evans
ton. Police notified. .
Cover jelly when cold with, thin
coating of parafflne, taking great care
it reaches the glass on all sides. Turn
glass carefully and force parafflne up,
all round the glass above the jelly.

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