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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 31, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Masses in Chicago churches mark
opening of conclave in Rome.
Dominick Pasche. 24, shot by Jos
eph Adamurabefore 1015 S. State St.,
dead. Quarreled-Dver loan of dime.
Investigators say that law for
teaching eugenics in schools cannot
Albert Palcer, 12, 1640 Bloomdale
av., missing since October, captured
by father. Eluded police many times
Ambrozo DeMarque, 17, pinched in
Evanston. Stole watermelons from
Winston Mizol, beaten by three
men in Evanston. Hospital. Motive
Suburb of Downer's Grove to in
stal electric lights on Main st.
Abandoned by Albert Dyon, 1856
W. 13th st, five kids taken care of at
Harrison st. annex.
W. H. Rogers, Alaskan gold miner,
held for death of comrade in 1912,
C. D. Chateau, .801 S. Halsted st.,
hurt by freight train at Whiting, Ind.,
Thirty thousand K. of P.'s assemble-to
honor founding of lodge. Har
rison proclaimed Pythian Day in Chi
cago. Many buy $100 "baby" bonds from
city. Good securities.
Downstate bankers who borrowed
money from LaSalle Bank, to be wit
nesses before grand jury in bank in
vestigation. Bishop Rob't Mclntyre, Methodist
Episcopal Church, dead.
Meeting of depositors of LaSalle
bank to be held Tuesday.
North Side residents ask flagman
at each "L" crossing from Argyle to
N. Edgewater. Trains imperil chil
dren. Serg"t John Prendergast, Shakes
peare av. station, killed by speeding
auto at Milwaukee and Crawford
avs. Autoist escaped.
Dr. A. H. Hammer, 3904 Indiana
av., found dead in closed room.
Hans Rasmussen, 2131 N. Rock
well st, killed by car at North and
Auto crash in funeral procession of
Jas. Oakey, 3417 S. Wood St., hurt
eight. Arthur De Baere, 3943 Park
av., held by police.
Chas. Cohen, 19, 4341 St. Law
rence av., suicide. Lake.
Motorcycle hurt Sophie Rosvich,
729 W. 14th pi. and Rebecca Adel
man, 731 W. 14th pi. Didn't stop.
Plan building new boulevard along
north drainage canal to Wilmette.
Auto of Frank Sellers, 4120 W.
25th st, hit by street car and machine
of A. C. Shaefer, 2860 S. Komenski
av. Several bruised.
Henry Frick, 4400 S. LaSalle st,
found dead in two-xoot water hole in
Jackson Park golf links. Cause mys
tery. Bathing suit censors at north shore
beaches order many women from
Edward B. Escher, Oak Park at
torney, dead from pneumonia.
South Side homes looted of $5,000
by burglars in past ten days. Spe-:
cial detective squads on case.
Edward Grady, cop, hurt in wed
ding riot at 645 W. 12th st Ignatz
Spillok, 1118 S. Jefferson st., bride
Prof. L. W. Rapier, Penn State Col
lege, held for carrying concealed
weapons when found in disorderly
house at 2217 Dearborn st.
Frank Roth held for larceny.
Friend Gustave Soderstrom, 908 N.
Waller av., lost $180 ring.
Auto truck of Chapel I Ice Cream
Co.. hit by car, crashed into saloon
at 3528 Sheffield av. Rob't Watson
and Fred Klanser hurt
Albert Pugh, 6348 Greenwood av.,
dead with gas on. Despondent.
South Park -patrolmen get eight
hour day. Have four hours off in