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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 03, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Edward J. Kane, ticket agent Sher
idan Road station, Northwestern "L,"
held up and shot at by robber. Saved
Two armed rrren. entered restau
rant of O'Donnell & Wilder, 3108 S.
Michigan av. Got $13 from cash reg
ister. Jas. Lightbody, 6, 3719 Pine Grove
av., and Marie Eitel, 6, 540 Roscoe
st., bitten by dog.
Coroner's jury in death of Alfred
Pearson, 937 N. Franklin St., held
Rob't Weaver, negro, 321 W. Chicago
av., for murder. Two accessories
Michael Whittle, 7426 Christiana
av., fell from scaffold at 3608 Flour
noy st. Head broken. Dead.
Baby left in doorway of Mrs. Ar
thur Morrow, 5246 Prairie av., sent
to orphan asylum.
Mrs. Mary Meyers, 1806 Michigan
av., discharged on dive-keeping com
plaint. Operated without her knowl
edge, judge said.
Suicide while despondent, verdict
Of coroner's jury in death of Dorothy
Barker, 3731 Indiana av. Gas.
Cop found Jas Gazdynski, 4735 S.
Paulina st., sleeping in park on rug
stolen from house of Wm. Perry 6013
Harper av. Placed on probation.
Thos. Riley hit by auto of Barney
Hough, 126 E. 16th st, at 9th Bt and
John Lamb, 1505 W, 67th st, stab
bed ten times by man after fuss. Re
fused to tell assailant's name. May
Wm. Lane, rancher, Portland, Ore.,
robbed of $15 by two men in alley at
Jefferson and W. Monroe sts. Just ar
rived in city.
John Skody, 2029 W. 52d st., dead
in BridewelL Skull fracture. Cor
oner on job.
George P. Mills, Evanston city
treasurer, sold 30-year-old drug store
at 1000 Davis st, Evanston.
Marie Vandehagen, maid at home
of Cbas. Schoonmaker, 1332 Birch-
wood av., bound and gagged by bur
glar. Nothing taken. Police on job.
Burglar entered flat in absence of
Louis Brown of 1221 Hyde Park
blvd. Took jewelry valued at $300.
Wm. Haskell, sup't of construction
board of education, cited for passing
work poorly done. Will face trial.
Will J. Davis of Illinois Theater iff
at home, 4740 Grand blvd. Will re
cover. Federal and state grand juries ex
pected to vote soon on true bills in
LaSalle Bank investigation. Indict
ments may result.
Body of Jas. Vachlon, 1515 S. Wes
ley av., taken from river. Suicide
Sunday from 22d st. bridge. Motive
Allen M. Thomson held to grand
jury for murder of Edward Amory in
Gas Bldg. Out on $15,000 bonds.
Ben, Chas. and Sam Kaplan, own
ers of Kaplan Savings Bank, 1303 N.
Western av., sued for deposits. Re
Michael Maher, candidate 14th
Ward committeeman, accused of at
tack by Wm Lynch. Warned" by
Chicago public school spelling
book, first printed by board, has story
praising kaiser. Manly and chivalrous.
"Yellow" John McHugh, wanted in
St. Louis for burglary and bond
jumping, walked past detective
bureau. Escorted in. Cops get $200
E. O. Von Borries filed suit for 25,
000 against Dr. Margaret Schramm,
6613 Parnell av.
May use public schools for elec
tion purposes during next three
R. Tretten and R. Herman, 3862
Lincoln av., rescued from lake when
sail blew off canoe.
Mary Metz, 515 N. LaSalle st, fined
$200 for keeping dive.
Accidental death verdict in case of
Adam Milecki, 4t 1535 Wilder st, .
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