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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 10, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF, THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Painters' Union Local 147 will hold
meeting tomorrow night at 120 W.
Randolph st for purpose of voting to
reduce initiation fee to $50.
Edward Reyle taken back to Mem
phis on charge of having kidnaped 3-year-old
girl of former wife.
Beulah Wickey, 1757 Fulton st,
stabbed by Willie Tucker after quar
reL Tucker fled.
West Chicago park commissioners
meet Tuesday.
Body of unknown man found at
May st. and Carrol av. Heart dis
ease. ,
Padded brick burglar got two dozen
fountain pens from window of Burr
Vack Co., 511 S. Wabash av.
Frank Geidan jumped from C., R.
L & P. train. Skull fractured.
Thos. Evans stabbed by Ernest
Love in Evanston. Both negroes.
Picnic fight
Depositors of closed Greek-Ameri
can bank met Sunday. Gove bank
officers six months to meet debts.
Rudolph Cohn arrested for passing
bad checks at hoteL
Gustave OstHng, 5427 Lake Park
av., on motorcycle, hit by auto driven
by EL M. Arnold of Chicago Beach
HoteL
Sam Brandy, 1230 S. Halsted st,
caught by policeman after robbing
Kustis Haniades, 1117 N. 5th av., of
Edward Mendelhal, 1461 S. Sanga
mon st, attempted suicide. Shot
through abdomen. Will recover.
Sam Gilbert, 1014 S. Lincoln st,
suicide. Gas. Quarreled with wife.
Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co.
got contract for new Belmont av.
bridge over north branch of river.
Four men blew safe of Murphy
Ward Dairy, 2015 Calumet av. Bound
night manager in chair. Got $1,000.
Israel Greenberg, 4903 Lake Park
av., jealous, upbraided wife for atten
tion of Chas. Brown, boarder. Brown
fought. Broke Greenberg's leg.
Pinched.
Harry Brown, Crown Point, killed
when auto was hit by Monon train at
Hammond. .
Five injured when autos crashed in
Oak Park. Cars wrecked.
Sophie Chichon, 2230 S. Albany
av., hit by auto. Hospital Will re
cover. Wm. Golden, Hammond, turned
auto over trying to pass buggy on
road. Four hurt Not serious.
Richard Schultz on motorcycle hit
by auto of Frank Eastman, 5904 Wal
ton st Win recover.
Two hurt when auto was struck by
Chicago av. car at Carpenter st Not
serious.
Wm. Dohney, 2540 Park av.f and
Arthur McNally, 1241 W. Adams st,
"L" Station bandits, booked for mur
der of Policeman Rowe.
Sophie Boland, 2337 W. 18th pi.,
refused to leave steps of church at
W. 18th pL and S. Leavitt st Arrested.
Chicago Postoffice Clerks' Ass'n
opposed one-cent postage. More
work. Greater loss.
Many pastors took European war
horrors for Sunday sermon topic. '
Thos. Gilfoyle, policeman, sent to
disperse crowds about saloon of Paul
Schoop, 130 W. Erie st Beaten.
Schoop under arrest
George Ryan, 12, 11339 Indiana av.,
shot by friend, Bernard Raginier, 12,
11349 Indiana av. Bullet nlowed
scalp. Will recover.
Aid. Kenna denied owning part of
Frleberg'B dance halt
George Mawl, 547 W. Polk st., shot
Card players resented being watched
by MawL
Press Club nominated officers Sun
day. Vera Beck, 4, 4059 W. Harrison st,
hit by car. Bruised.
Albert Ketzman, 622 N. Clark st,
angered by insult to kaiser, threw
bricks. Adolph Menter, 709 N.
Clark st., in hospitaL Ketzman
pinched.

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