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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 10, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
The Pullman works shut down a
week until crack in main stack of
works is repaired. Ten thousand
Flames drove tenants of Walton
Apartments, '878 N. Clark St., into
street last night. Fire in basement.
Raymond Schueneman, 18, 6931 S.
Elizabeth st, stabbed six times. Re
sented insult to mother. Theodore
Larkin, 18, 1317 W. 72d St., sought
Man posing as inspector for health
dep't robbed flat of Mrs. John Barnet,
72 E. Elm st Got jewelry and silver
ware valued at $1,500.
Three held up saloon of Michael
Cigho, 1401 W. Congress st Locked
him in ice box. Got $16.
Burglars carted away safe of Ham
ilton Theater, 6811 S. Halsted st
Could not break it open.
William Wallace, ass't att'y gen
eral, in Chicago on mysterious er
rand. Will confer with Clyne today.
Mrs. Francis Hughes, widow, lost
$295 on an I. C. tram on way to loop.
Money fell out of stocking.
Edmund Simpson, 52, 4641 N.
Racine av., dropped dead on way to
Union depot to meet friend. Heart
Carl Krause, 76, and wife, Augusta,
found dead at 3129 N. pimball ar. Gas
Max Peterson, 1615 W. Congress
st., dead. Sons, Henry and Leo, over
come. Gas Co. working on pipes.
John Marshall went to McKeesport,
Pa., to get married. Robbed of every
thing. Tried suicide. Fired two
shots. Blank cartridges.
Edward Devine, 1350 W. Washing
ton blvd., died at Bridewell Hospital
from pneumonia brought on by ex
posure while under influence of mor
phine. Charles F. Clyne. new district att'y,
will take office in Federal Bldg today
State and Madison sts. only cross
ing downtown that had traffic police
men yesterday. Others at polls. No
Minneapolis police asked Chief
Gleason to find Dr. Harry Stumpher.
Father, H. J. Stumpher, killed by gas.
Cannot be located.
Oran Stookey, att'y LaGrange,
found on floor of office in Metropoli
tan Life Bldg. Poison bottle near
Mrs. Romaine Blakeslee filed suit
against her husband. Named Mrs.
Kate Coleman as co-respondent.
Injunction filed in U. S. District
Court by property owners of west
fork south branch Chi. river. Two
new sewers empty into river:
Ten applications for membership
in Woodlawn Business Men's Ass'n
will be debated upon at meeting in
Hotel Hayes today.
Mrs. Margaret Forsyth, 516 W.
44th pi., feared asylum. Suicided.
Joseph Madia, 12, 526 Federal st.,
told police brother Ralph, 18, beat
him. Police took him home and told
Axel Nielson, 3117 Osgood st,
driver for Peterson Milk Co., cut on
head when wagon was hit by car.
Two families driven out by fire at
1354 W. Walton st Loss $200.
Charles Huehne, saloonkeeper,
1024 Center st, held up in saloon by
two men. $..
Joseph Kurtz, 2030 Clinton st, or
dered to pay wife $6 a week. Kurtz
broke up furniture and threw it out
Mrs. Anna O'Malley, 80, 507 W. Su
perior st, had quarrel with Joseph
Zernick, boarder: Thrown down.
Hip fractured. Dead.
London. Parliament asked by
Premier Asquith to increase regular
army by addition of 500,000 men.
Expected this action will be taken at