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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 29, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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Tidewell for robbing Beckey Mosen-
m with gun.
Serg't Dan Cahiil of Desplaines st.
tation hurried on murder call. Fell
own station stairs. Broke thumb.
Vincenzo Petalire and two sons
held as murderers after death of
Slipio Bacci, 706 DeKoven St., shot
"uici taiu ijuunci.
Andrew Dziadawz, 3222 W. 38th st.,
killed in plant of Chicago Steel Foun
dry Go. "No report to police. Cor
oner investigating.
Mrs. Wm. Robertson, 2661 Wash
ington blvd., caused arrest of George
Klaner, undertaker, 1424 N. Clark st.
Hubby pinched for giving him checks
in payment of auto after wife had
settled account
Anna Kachel suinig Edward Knack,
saloonkeeper, 4164 Grand blvd., for
$50,000. Breach of promise charge.
W. L. Rogers, Libertyville, III., held
by government for murder of D. H.
Nixon in Alaskan gold fields .in 1913.
Partners in claim.
Gleason detailed squad of police to,
handle crowd expected at Holy Name
Cathedral, N .State and Superior stsi
i Mass for Pope Pius X. today.
C. H. Hamburg, 9028 Escanaba av.,
and F. W. Eberly of E. Chicago, Ind.,
hurt when auto turned turtle in ditch
near Valparaiso, Ind.
Mrs. Nathan Brenner, 5837 Sheri
dan road, to prefer charges against
Policeman Chas. Lodding. Says
crippled Anna Crispen, 50, was mis
treated for selling gum on loop cor
ner. Police increase benefit assessment
ft from $2.50 to $4.50 per month. In
creasing death rate among cops,
cause.
Arthur Briede, 4423 Berteau av., to
grand jury under $25,000 bonds. Ruth
Modine, 16, 924 Fullerton av., told
judge story.
Tony Weth, former'business agent
of Bakers' Local Union No. 2, 'is in
New York with twenty other Germans
he recruited from Chicago. Tony is
a corporal in the kaiser's war ma
chine. He is waiting for a chance to
frget across and lead troops into fray.
STANDARD OIL CO LAYS SOME
BLAME ON THE WAR
Washington, Aug. 29. As a result
of the war the Standard Oil Co. is
only able to buy 25 per cent of the
production of independent operators,
James K. Jones, attorney for the
Standard Oil Co., informed a senate
committee today. .
Jones was protesting against an
investigation proposed under the
Chilton resolution. This resolution
demanded inquiry why the Standard
Oil Co. had refused to purchase all
the production of the independents
and was only buying about 25 per
cent of the total output. The reso
lution intimated that it was the pur
pose of the Standard Oil Co. through
its control of the pipe line facilities
to force the independents to sell out.
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, HOT AFTER BONDSMEN
' State's Attorney Hoyne is going
after professional bondsmen who
have been making prey of people in
trouble. An investigation was begun
in the Criminal Court yesterday.
Judge Gemmill also took a hand in
the probe when he issued warrants
for Dennis P. Foley, Joe Schmidt and
Joe O'Donnell, bondsmen. They are
charged with signing bonds in excess
of their assets.
The alleged "bond grafting" among
employes In the criminal court clerk's
office was hit again by Hoyne. He
said that James Mullen and Nicholas
J. Daleiden, deputy clerks, accepted
$425 for getting a bondsman for Dr.
A. F. Schulz, charged with murder.
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THE MAN WHO SAID IT:
Servia.
Hungary.
B ngland.
R ussia.
M ontenegro.
A ustria.
N etheriands. Detroit News.

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