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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 29, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Jas. Wells, ticket agent Fullerton
av. station Northwestern "L," held
up at post and robbed of $140 by arm
ed bandit.
Two bodies found. by Capt. Carland
at foot of Oak st. One may be that
of Roy Jackson, drowned in attempt
to save Rice sisters.
Willard Carpenter, 'ad man, and
wife suing for divorce. Each, as
pauper, says other has wealth.
Fred Collmar, 6508 Oakley blvd.,
missing three days. Despondent over
failure of invention.
Frank Blaine, 1342 E. 48th St., lost
ring valued at $1,300. Reward offered.
Gleason to shake up police. Many
shifts. Three sergeants get jobs as
lieutenants.
Harry Losch, 77 E. 43d st, drug
gist, fined $25 for sellin'g "Coca
Cola" highballs containing whisky.
Joseph Hammond, conductor, fined
$25 for beating Harry Newman, 423
E. 43d st
Solomon Gradinski, 4658 S. State
st, found three men In hall. Yelled
at them. Hospital for Sol.
Lillian Hopson, 917 W. 87th st,
owns millinery shop. Woman said
Hopson's mother sent for hat Dis
appeared with $12 chappeau.
Because his father scolded him
after he married Lillian Anderson, 19,
Grant Leishner, 22, drug clerk, took
poison. Will recover.
John Klein, 2529 Ward St., fined $10
for splashing water on girls. Clara
Trandall, 2330 High st, complainant
Mrs. Albert Briett, 632 Aldine av.,
pinched on complaint of boy's mother
after turning hose on August Babize.
The boy enjoyed it. Mrs. Briett freed.
Jas. Pappas, 1116 N. Wells st, or
dered to send $25 to wife and chil
dren in Russia. Judge promised $25
fine for failure.
Christopher Peterson hit by speed
ing Northwestern train at Moraine,
HI. Killed.
Jas. O'Brien, 2004 W. 12th st,
bankrupt Qwes $151,834. Has $227.
August Bitters, 3700 N. Hermitage
av., son and brother held up in garage
at home. Two armed men ot $300.
Hubby found Mrs. John Sicokes
and Zole Wilkenson in hotel at 627
W. Madison st. Wilkenson's skull is
fractured. Police seeking hubby and
brother.
Illinois Bankers' Ass'n to hold con
vention in city next week.
Frederick Porter, clerk in state
auditor's office, testified against Audi
tor Brady. Connect him with LaSalle
Bank crash.
Chas. Huet, 3746 Cottage Grove
av., says report of marriage with Mar
garet B. Sanderson was work of jok
ers. License taken at Crown Point
Auto of Ass't Chief of .Police
Schuettler hit "safety" light on Sheri
dan road. Official and John Bergen,
chauffeur, bruised.
Vinoenzo Citta offered Examiner
Mertin Sturges $5 to pass him in
exam for citizenship. Held for gov
ernment authorities.
Mrs. Oliye Yore suing Clement
Yore, poet, for divorce. Second time.
Home -of Wm. Rothermel, 5018
Blackstone av., ransacked. Burglars
got $500 in silver, furs and jewels.
Zigman Kalina, 2, 4815 Throop st,
killed by falling timbers while play
ing near new building.
Body of baby girl found in base
ment at 1517 E. 65th st. Police on
case.
John Reichold, 5355 Shields av.,
got six months in Bridewell for attack
on wife with razor. Second time.
Three boys, arraigned for stealing
auto tires, discharged upon showing
bank accounts. August Erickson,
8350 Parnell av., has $1,250.
Frank Kreutsiz, 2711 S, Tripp av.,
thrown from wagon when wheel
came off. Rolled under car. Killed.1
Wm. Griffith, 936 Leland av U, S.
deputy marshall, resigned. Has job
with Rock Island R. R.
Thos. Weintraub". 1302 S. Sanga
mon st, got $100 and three months in

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