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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 21, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Lee Guy, 9303 Ewing av., attempt
ed suicide. Gas. Crippled. No work.
John Olson, 2655 Burling St., sui
cide. Gas. .
Sam Goldstein and Henry Minski,
held for illegal marking of ballots in
election of 1912, discharged.
City churches plan mourning ser
vices for death of Pope Pius X.
Edward Woods, arrested in Birns
death in levee, released on bonds of
$10,000. Habeas corpus proceedings
necessary.
Ike Schallet, 711 Liberty St., had
$2,021 and only pants stolen.
Partial eclipse of sun due here to
day. Total eclipse in Europe.
Dan O'Leary, pedestrian, on 1,000
mile walk at Gaelic Park, passed 100
mile mark.
Una Carr.oll, 21, 5336 Winthrop av.,
pinched for fight with Mrs. Mary
Broderick, 60, 1418 W. Madison st
Discharged.
John Cullen, 5715 S. Throop St.,
hit by wrench. Joe Lantofska, 4745
S. Paulina st, held. '
Mrs. Irma Montgomery, 227 E. 31st
st, found guilty of illegal sale of co
caine. Motion for new trial.
Chas. Kuelling, 1624 Prairie av.,
dropped dead at home.
Accidental death coroner's jury
verdict in case of H. A. Roberts, Pen
Argyle, Pa,, found on road near
South Chicago with skull fractured".
George Landis, 4420 S. Michigan
av., bankrupt.
Joseph Rosenthal, 5616 S. Michi
gan av., found unconscious in Wash
ington Park. May have taken poison.
Removed to home.
Michael Craven, South Park po
lice, shot dog which died 20 minutes
later. Tried for cruelty. Exonerated.
John Donahue, 814 W. 54th pi.,
held to grand jury for cruelty to ani
mals. Beat horse with iron bar,
charged.
Mrs. Arthur L. Tubbs, 7330 Bond
av., suing for divorce. Cruelty and
non-support.
Floyd Wells, 113017 S. Tripp av.,
climbed pole carrying wires across
sanitary canal at 45th st. Electro
cuted. Austinites have formed "Eat No
Meat" Society. Cutting high cost of
living.
Two rescued from drowning at Wil
son beach by Jack Wrenshaw, life
saver, in boat. Became exhausted
while swimming.
Lake Forest residents declared war
on insect pests. To fight killers of
trees and shrubbery.
Four hurt when buggy was struck
by car at 12th st and Newberry av.
Simon Fleishman, 668 W. 12th st,
skull fractured.
Unknown man, about 25, killed by
C. & N. W. train near Mayfair. Steal
ing ride.
Chief Gleason's fund for widow of
John Rowe, killed by "h" bandits,
growing.
Forty-three candidates for job of
deputy state fire marshal took exam.
Cap't Halpin of detective bureau
asked to search for Michael Gavan
han, Philadelphia, and Ralph Parson,
Corso, Mo.
Chas. Davis, 6329 Stewart av., held
to grand jury for burglary. Joseph
James, 4818 Lake Park av., com
plained. George Cox, 6934 N. Paulina st.,
kidded Carl Swanson, 1465 N. Kedzie
av., who knocked him down. Swan
son got $10 and costs.
Paul Shoop, saloonkeeper at 130
W. Erie st, and bartender, Wm. Men
gell, released. Beat up policeman
after argument
Sam Arrigo, 2424 Lowe av., ex
onerated by coroner's jury in death
of Walter Hampton, 11, 6431 Ingle
side av., killed by auto truck.
Sixty-five cases heard in Court of
Insane. Women jury disposed c-f 25.
Irving Cochran, 13, and Irving
Short, 14, disappeared from Illinois
Children's Aid Society Home in,
Evanston. Probably runaways.

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