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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 20, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
South Park Board plans spending
$400,000 fixing up Grant Park.
Chas. Wirgan fired from police
force and Harry Sossen fined for
entering saloon after closing hours.
Both of Chicago av. station.
August Kohnke, 3303 N. Central
av., fined $100 for driving auto truck
Two hundred delegates to conven
tion of Women's Catholic Order of
Foresters discussed changing of con
stitution. Herman Dornedden, 9042 Esca
naba av., fined $25 for whipping Jos.
Sandowski, 11, neighbor's son.
Caught boy in cornfield.
Emil Lehman, 2306 Indiana av.,
held to grand jury for making opium
Walter Hampton, 11, 6431 Ingle
side av., hit by auto. Dead. Samuel
Arrigo, 2424 Lowe av., arrested.
Rob't Somer, 611 E. 46th St., dis
charged when brother-in-law, Thos.
Anne, 4841 Langley av., refused -to
prosecute for breaking of furniture.
" Michael Craven, South Park po
lice, shot dog. Lived 20 minutes after
being shot. Policeman facing cruelty
Fred Mitchell, 6030 Kenwood av
told police house was robbed in ab
sence of family. Got $1,100 in cloth
ing and silverware.
Chas. Cannot, 5412 Ingleside av.,
advertised in paper for return of $8,
500 stocks stolen from house. Came
Michael Becker, 1648 Cleveland
av., pinched for chopping down
neighbor's cherry tree. Released on
promise to pay $10.
Wm. Holmes, 4128 N. Kolmer av.,
held up by two armed men. Got sil
ver watch and S2.50.
Jas. Kibble, Terre Haute, Ind., fined
$50 for writing to Ruth Aronson, 1$,
31 E. Oak st Tried to make date in
E. H. Griffen, 812 Atgeld st, held
up by two men and robbed of $6.
Louis Ceshau, 1838 N. Park av
fined $200 for annoying several wo
men. Coroner's jury decided on suicide
in case of Ben Prange, 5110 Win
throp av. Pound dead from gas.
100 kids were in the second annual
circus of the New Trier Social Cen
ter. Peter Anderson, 1913 N. Kimball
av., asked change in records which
show he deserted navy after civil war.
Neglected to get discharged. Re
fused. Dr. Carmello Volini, 2929 Washing
ton blvd., discharged. Pinched for
alleged attack on woman patient un
Evanston city council to consider
closing of all stores on Sunday.
Found body of Albert Williams,
who killed Louis Wade, 1829 Walnut
st, after quarrel in card game. Plung
ed into river to escape.
Thos. Curran, head of legislative
committee investigating institutions,
hurt when auto turned over near
Wheaton. Not serious.
Chas. Busek, Kenosha, electrocut
ed while fixing street lamp.
Allen Thomson, booked at detec
tive bureau for killing employer, R P.
Amory, in Gas. Bldg. May be in
South Chicago police holding two
for murder of Marino Odd, 909 Cam
bridge av., foun on prairie with bul
let in head.
Andrew Balli, 435 Orleans st, held
for murder of roommate, Enrico Bal
delli, found stabbed near 223 W. Aus
Richard Riordon, 15, 2142 Semin
ary av., hit by car. Saved from se
rious injury by fender.
Stephen Losbolo, 6, had head
broken by Austin av. car at Clark st
Cases of four South Park police
man, accused of extorting $30 by
Robt Wulser, Kansas" City, come up
before trial board today.