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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 24, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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policemen, stepDed out window.
Eddie Hearne, racer who finished
fifth in Elgin races, pinched for con
tempt of court. Neglected payments
to divorced wife.
John Jenter, mechanician of Spen
cer Wishart, hurt in auto crash, still
unconscious. May die.
John Karel, president of American
State Bank, 1825 Blue Island av.,
dead in St. Paul.
Mrs. Mary Laily, 749 Townsend st.
dead in bed. Heart disease.
Mrs. Ester Vinsh, 2701 S. St. Louis
av., dead in kitchen. Gas on.
$10 and $140 in toilet articles taken
by burglars from Ellis Drug Co., 41st
st. and Ellis av.
Hans Chorude, 3724 Milwaukee
av.. held up in saloon. Robber got
HOYNE KICKS ON WAY NAMES
ARE FIXED ON BALLOTS
Charging that County Clerk Sweit
zer showed illegal favoritish in plac
ing Republican and Democratic can
didates first on the ballots for th
coming election, State's Att'y Hoyne
in a letter to Judge Owens asked that
the election commissioners ignore the
present order of names.
Hoyne says that the candidates on
the "regular" slates sent in their pe
titions in marked envelopes which en
abled identification. The envelopes
then were destroyed.
Hoyne intends to take grand jury
action after the primaries, but asked
Owens to place the men in alphabeti
cal order on the ballots.
He threatened court action if Ow
ens heads the list with Hearst-Harrison
OH LOOK WHO'S HERE
Washington, Aug. 24, President
"Wilson today declared there is a dili
gent effort, principally outside of
Mexico, to make trouble between
Carranza and Villa. The trouble
makers, he declared, are those who
would profit ty interventidn.
ESCAPES FROM EUROPE AS A
CU-nttTwccd. 6 UnC&rvfad.
Los Angeles, Cai, Mrs. Margaret
F. K. Swift of Los Angeles would
rather be a stowaway than, a refugee.
That's why she stowed herself into a
corner of the Holland boat "Potsdam"
and forfeited her cabin suite on the
luxurious "Imperator." She reached
New York August 12.
Mrs. Swift was one of many wo
men of weaIthwho escaped from the
war-zone as stowaways on American
United States is this year spending
$40,000,000 for new church buildings.