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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 24, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Body of Darius Miller, former presi
dent of the Burlington Route, on way
to city by special train. Funeral here.
Explosions accompanying a fire at
the Wm. Jobbins Chemical Co. in Au
rora imperiled lives of 15,000. Nitro
glycerin destroyed building.
Special grand jury busy today on
the LaSalle Bank investigation. May
return indictments.
Norman Ayers, 4450 Oakenwald
av., pinched for robbery of phone box
in drug store of Chas. Walgreen, 3900
Cottage Grove av.
Two Women and six men arrested
in raid on alleged disorderly flat at
2118 S. State st.
John Hass, 531 N. Fairfield av.,
scalped by brick. Police after Robt.
Chachor, friend.
David Gillespie, 626 Garfield av.,
robbed of watch and '$130 by hold-up
man.
Body of unidentified man found in
lake neat Burton st. Has engineer's
union button. Sand filled pockets
caused suicide belief.
John Ceelman, 402 Wells st, had
pockets picked of $350 on Belmont
"L" station platform.
E. S. Breen, 4939 N. St. Louis av.,
robbed of watch and $50.
Jacob Kolicek, 2015 Loomis st.,
beaten by seven men. Six pinched.
One shot.
Michael Molloy, 76, 1362 W. Madi
son st., dead. Police claim was killed
by auto of P. L. Wells, Oak Park. De
nied by Wells.
Policeman Floyd Wilcox broke sec
ond finger of right hand arresting Ed
ward Dawan. Dawan pinched.
Louis Zelebak, 2312 W. 21st st.,
stabbed by three men. Hospital. No
reason known.
Franklin Parker, 3819 Wabash av.,
pinched for con game. Sold his "en
gagement rings" in great numbers
for 10 cents.
Policeman Jas. Minehan and Mich
ael Fleming attacked and beaten by
crowd of loiterers. Two held.
Mrs. Gilbert McKay, 3622 Went
worth av., choked by intruder. House
ransacked. Gas turned on. Motive
in doubt
Sumner Ettinger, 13, 1636 Byron
st, missing. Out to make fortune,
parents believe.
Alexander Kemars, Russian butch
er, 1301 W. Chicago av., killed wife.
Suicided. Family trouble.
Voliva intends -to banish ragtime
from Zion City. Censorship to be
established.
Two million in jewels on display by
American Jewelers' Ass'n in conven
tion. L. A. Mills, Decatur lawyer, here
to have dentist's drill removed from
stomach, coughed instrument up.
City chemist to tell whether" stains
on clothes of Allen Thomson are
blood. Held for murder of employer,
E. P. Emory, in Gas Bldg.
. Michael Culick, 3956 Indiana av.,
killed by robbers. Four held.
Chas. Weatherhead, 8, 61 E. 87th
pi., killed by auto at 87th st. and Cot
tage Grove av. Autoist escaped.
Fred Cady, of "Elopers" Company,
pinched for wife desertion.
Electric lights in Federal Bldg. out
four hours Sunday night. Accident
in boiler room.
Womens' Catholic Order of Forest
ers in convention. Discuss fraternal
insurance.
Armed robbers held- up Lynch's
room, 2313 Indiana av. Got ?8. Es
caped in stolen auto.
Mrs. Margaret Cronnell, 73, 4924
Vincennes av., fell while crossing
loop street Broke ankle.
Eric Johnson, Waukegan, stabbed
after fight with two negro women at
2926 Federal st. Hospital. Women
pinched.
John Gajdyuski pinched for enter
ing home of Wm. Perry, 6013 Harper
av. Two Persian rugs taken. Two
other men escaped.
Rcminmin MetzJer. 1360 W Ran.
' dolph st, aroused by shots fired by

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