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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 08, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
15,000 Pythians paraded yesterday
and three-day jubilee was closed last
B. V. Hubbard, receiver for Chi
cago Life Insurance Co., said that at
time of its collapse the company was
Two negroes found body of man,
apparently murdered, in barn at 820
S. State st.
Henry Charles had thumb bitten
off defending girls from flirts.
Charles Gardener, legless, had his
cart, in which he pushed himself
along, stolen while he was attending
a nickel show on North Clark st. Po
lice took him home.
Policeman Charles Stadfield 'res
cued five men from a disabled launch
at foot of 22d st last night
Manus Loftus, 4524 W. Congress
st, fatally injured by freight train.
Fred Miller, 623 W. Madison st.,
arrested while jack-rolling intoxicat
ed man at Des Plaines and W. Madi
Louis Pappas had $10,000 worth
of furs in attic of home, 1049 W.
Randolph st Arrested on suspicion.
Proved he was agent for N. Y. Co.
Sam Butrick, 1417 S. Lavergne av.,
resisted robbers. Badly beaten.
James Hutmir, W. Grand av. and
Wells st., fought with two men. Ear
A. Bartels, saloonkeeper, 214 N.
Canal st, robbed of $10 by two men.
Attacked them with ice pick. The
fled, firing several shots.
Search being made for man who
attacked Mrs. Rose Makioveek,
widow, in front of home, 954 W. Ohio
Burglars in Ritzman-Brookes sta
tionary store surprised by watchman.
Chased them through alley. Revol
ver battle. No shojs took effect
Stale's Att'y Hoyne will ask judi
ciarv committee of the Bar Ass'n to
probe Judge Cooper's court
State fire marshal says $7,000,000
is destroyed by fire annually. Gov.
Dunne named Oct 9 as fire preven
Everett Culitt, 1561 E. 63d st., held
up by six men. $14.
Walter Lyons, 7132 S. Green st.,
shot in right leg by Patrolman Thos- jt'
flasslHv. Was trvine tn psoatifi. 'i
Joe Pedrone, 2710 Wallace st., told'
police large negress at 26th and Fed
eral sts. took $85 from his pockej:.
Two boys and man burglarized
house of David Berkley, 7422 S. Hal
sted st. Got three suits and gold
watch. Arrested while trying to pawn
Two women and main arrested in
raid on alleged dive at 1921 S. Wa
Edwin Mitchell, 3442 W. 61st st.,
tried to argue with stepchildren. Wife
had him arrested.
William Taylor, negro, owner of
store at 7071 Ravenswood Park, ar
rested after three little girls had con
fided in mothers. Oldest 11, young
est two 7.
Anna Klein, 3, 2451 N. Marshfield
av., knocked down by horse. Dead.
Thieves broke into apartments of
Eugene Hinteman, 708 N. LaSalle st
All his clothing gone. Left two straw
Christopher Nelson, 213 W. Divi
sion st, and Charles Mosse, 148 W.
Grand av., beaten and robbed by
three men. Mosse lost $2 5and Nel
Miss Gertrude Long, 850 Town
send st, found dead in room.
TuLfrt man nalrl un flAn ! D....
bartender, Charles Rhengenberger's vM
saloon, 126 E. Illinois st, and cus
tomer. Got $27.
George Peterson, 1538 . Western
av., found unconscious on sidewalk,
died at Bridewell. Police probing.
I. N. Sherman, organizer of Union
Stockyards is dead.
Wm. Meligan, 1922 Day'on st.,
found unconscious between home