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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 12, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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imer Ludiek,' 3525 Lowe av., and
took $350 silverware.
i wo hundred have filed applica
tions for job as public welfare in
spector. Sixty to get trial Thursday.
Ben Spear, clerk at Reverse House
drug store, 421 N. Clark St., fined
$100 for selling heroin without pre-
wan m. wllllkll, IUIIIIOI irapiani wi
7th Infantry, I. N. G., made judge ad
vocate, with rank of major by Gov.
Wm. Gottlieb, 5909 Calumet av.,
arrested on complaint of Wm. Wall,
4157 S. Western av Fraud charged.
Open verdict in death of Clyde
Parsons, bank teller, found dead in
bed at 1215 E. 87th st, with gas es
caping. Might have fainted.
Alexander Suto, 444 E. 92d st., held
to grand jury for murder. Threw
pair tongs at Prank Suli in I. C. shops
Rose Edwards, 3907 Grand blvd.,
robbed of $493 Sunday night Jas.
O'Heir, 4747 Princeton av., held.
Police after two others. . r
W. E. Shoemaker, 7470 Bond av.,
and Florence Brown, 4954 Prairie av.,
married on Hyde Park crib.
Emil Buettener, 3213 Fox st, dead.
Thrown from wagon. Struck by 47th
Peter Keller, 3002 Keeley st., hurt
stopping runaway horse.
Alvery Smith arrested with bag of
chickens stolen from Emil Kruger's
meat shop. Said holding bag for two
Thirteen men arrested in cigar
store, 636" N. Clark st, charged with
operating handbook, discharged for
want of evidence.
Stanley Stanezek, 8, 2268 N. Ridg
way, av., run over by delivery wagon
driven, by Bert Badcrow, 204 Locust
st May die.
Mrs. W. K. Jacques, 4316 Green
wood av., claimed that weeds are so
lution of high cost of living; Ten
Frank Smith, employe on estate of
Wm. McRea, Lake Geneva, found
dead in road. Wagon upset throwing
load of lead on Smith.
Burglar entered vacant house at
1540 N. State st. Seen by Arthur
Frese, janitor. Escaped after chase.
Washington. Government owner
ship and operation of fleet of mer
chant ships proposed in bill introduc
ed today by Rep. Bryan, Washington.
Galvestqn, Tex. Italian steam
ship Mongibello, en route from Naples
to Galveston, held up and boarded by
officer and 14 men from German
cruiser Karlsruhe Aug. 5. Captain
made swear he was not carrying
arms and ammunition.
Boston, Arriving here from Bre
men, Capt Jachens of steamship
Koln said he was pursued by four
British cruisers upon approaching
New York. Interruption of com
merce owing to European war result
ed in standard Oil Co., New Jersey,
putting employes of an refineries on
Washington. Agricultural com
missioners and representatives of
farmers' organizations of the "cotton
states" appeared before house agri
cultural committee and appealed for
federal financial aid in disposing Qf
1914 bumper cotton crop, cut off
from European markets by the war.
Evanston, III. Acting President
Anna A. Gordon of National W. C. T.
U. issued call for W. C. T. U. members
all over TJ. S. to arrange special ser
vices for Sunday, Sept 6, to pray for
speedy end of European war.
New Brunswick, N. J. Wives of
Frenchmen employed in big tire plant
here emulating their sisters in
France. Taking their husbands'
places in shops, men having answered
call to the colors.
Paris. Isadore Duncan has install
ed 100 beds in her bare-foot dancing
school for the use of the government
and will care for needy, children at