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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 11, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Blanche Murphy on trial for
murder of husband. Patrick, in home
at 2919 W. Harrison st To plead
Four men helcFupAugust Raenow
in store at 1026 N. California av.
W. W. Hartwig, 4728 Magnolia av.,
fined $10 for quarrel with wife. Man
called her on phone. Fuss resulted:-
Chas. Norton, president of closed
Hyde Park Bank, beaten with parasol
by Mrs. Chas. White, depositor of
Edward Sturm, 5235 Greenwood
av., suing Chicago Beach Hotel.
Struck by lifeguard on beach. Claims
Hoyne in contempt case denied
calling Judge Cooper "crook."
Emi Thomas, 4602 Indiana av., ar
rested for annoying Estelle Shilling,
510 B. 43d st Peace bonds.
Civil service body advertised for
public welfare director. Salary $200
Irish plan Home Rule celebration
Clyde Parsons, 1215 E. 87th st.,
bank teller, found dead in bath tub
with gas escaping. No notes. Cause
George Dawson, 15, 5526 S. Car
penter st, killed by auto truck. Henry
Siese, 1006 N. State st, driver.
Wm. Parr, 5207 Magnolia av., hurt
when cycle skidded. Concussion of
Open verdict by coroner's jury in
Bavinia auto smashup which killed 5.
Chief Gleason asked each police
man for 25 cents for widow of Officer
Rowe, killed by "L" station bandits.
Flat of Jos Roach, 673 W. Madison
st, raided by vacation burglars. Got
musical instruments. Robbed last
year in like manner.
Case of Jim Gplosimo, charged
with selling liquor after 1 o'clock,
continued until Sept 15.
Mrs. Caroline Hatch, 92, pioneer of
Oak Park, dead.
Ben Ruben, 2127 Lemoyne st., ac
cused of theft of watch and knife
from office of Dennis O'Brien in Pos
tal Telegraph Bldg. Caught
Eugene McCarthy, 1729 W. 21st st.,
jumped from launch into lake for
swim. Drowned. Body not found.
Jas Rogatsch, 182 Sheffield av., (jg
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into drainage canal. Drowned, i
Thos. McElligott, 5923 Indiana av.,
dead. Broke back diving into shal
low water at beach.
Mrs. Adella Chambers of LaG range
asked Capt Halpin to find son, Ed
ward. Not seen since December,
City employes who assign wages
to loan sharks lose jobs, mayor said.
Thirteen men arrested in raid on
cigar store, 636 N. Clark st. Hand
Four peddlers, arraigned for cry
ing wares on Sabbath, discharged by
Judge Sabath. Promise to attend
Detective left for San Diego, Cal.,
to bring back Mrs. Hilda Anderson,
wanted for stealing Persian rug 500
Albert Hershbert, 5, 723 Wright
wood av., an'd Harold C. Schichk, 10,
2541 Burling st, bitten by dog.
Bernard Mahon, discharged. Held
for renting house at 10 E.. 20th st
for immoral purposes. No prosecu
tion. Michael Rabulavich, 2921 Prince
ton av., laborer for Chicago Surface
Railways, electricuted. Touched trol
ley pole while unloading car of sand.
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$50 for resisting policeman. Making 1
arrest for attack on John McArdle,
3325 Indiana av.
Mrs. Mary Frank,-80, 3430 Rhodes
av., hit b ylndiana av. car. Bruised.
Serg"t Tischart of Desplaines st'
station hurt while stopping runaway
John R. Thompson, Jr., 4415 Grand
blvd., drove car through open bridge