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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 12, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Patrick Glennon, 13, 834 W. 54th
pL, died of injuries of Sept. 5 -when
lie was struck by a motorcycle at
55th and Halsted sts.
Caleb Canbyls flat at 4712 Drexel
av., entered. ThTef-got jewelry and
silverware worth $2,500.
James W. Mulock, 710 Central av.,
to grand jury. Manslaughter. Auto
killed Mrs. G. Goodfellow, 5215 Win-
throp av. v
Home of Howard A. Chaffin, 4613
Ellis av., entered. Lost $800.
Fire in home of B. O. Wharton,
6360 Minerva av. Mrs. Wharton res
cued by cop.
Miss Mary Foreman, 4425 Cham
plain av., suing Francis Parker, Jr.,
for $50,000 breach of promise.
John Puhr, 4542 Wentworth av.,
robbed of $41. Locked in ice box.
Frank Crippen, 3905 Broadway,
fell dead in Lincoln Park.
Inyoluntary petition in bankruptcy
was filed in federal court against C.
B. Shane Co., 501 S. Jefferson st
Liabilities, $75,000; assets, $35,000.
George Nieburt, 6134 S. lorgan
st, robbed of $85 by two men in alley
in rear of 1009 W. 61st st.
The body found in paint factory of
J. W. Mansury & Son, 1719 Federal
st., was Charles Foster, 6557 Kun
bark av. Suffocated by fire.
Harry Morey found dead in room
at 566 E. 31st st Gas poisoning?
Custav Bert, 1256 Marion ct., sui
Chas. Richardson, 165 W. Chestnut
st., suicide. Chlorofprm.
Coroner's jury recommended that
police find motorist who killed Mau
rice Grenonn, 13 years old, 834 W.
Fire Att'y Murray to investigate
$100,000 Sans Souci fire.
James Ashmare, 818 E. 51st st.,
held on complaint of Mrs. Anna Mor
ris, 612 York pi. Said he had written
letter demanding $1,000. Discharged.
Peter Hiem,1956 Irving Park blvd.,
sole legatee of $80,000 estate of wife.
Vernon L. Bean, sec'y to Chief
Gleason, gave up job to be ass't cor
Patrick Kane, fire engine Co. No.
23, suspended 29 days and fined 1
day's pay for leaving quarters with
J. J. Srehow, engine Co. No. 15,
fined 10 days' pay for not returning
to duty on time.
Ella G. Clark was fined $50 and or
dered to leave city. Trying to collect
for deaf and dumb institutio nin New
Police looking for eight girls who
have run away from home. Dreaded
Joseph Dooley, coal shoveler at
Harrison st pumping station, absent
3 days after every pay-day. Fired by
Chicago detectives continue to
search for E. E. Howlett, alleged get--rich-quick
man of Los Angeles, ac
cused of $34,000 fraud.
Man suspected of stealing sample
jewelry cases from C. D. Peacock's
jewelry store year ago, arrested.
Albert Johnson, 443 W. Division st,
Hubert Overbeck, 1127 Townsend st,
Wm. Holmdale, 1214 Schroeder st,
Geo. Fink, 1351 N. Park av., sent to
Pontiac, 1 to 14 yrs for stealing
Mayor Harrison, Oscar F. Mayor
and Joseph H. Winter left for New
Brunswick, Can., last night. Hunt
Alex Gricus, 2251 W. 24th st,
pinched for taking $1 each from 24
Bohemians, promising them work.
William Burraman, 857 E, 35th st,
robbed of $150 by two men in vacant
lot Offered lessonp in culture.
Four men burned when gas tank
exploded in Searchlight Co. plant,
W. 31st st and S. Homan av.
Walter Christopher, 2125 Cortez
st, badly bruised. Wagon hit by
Halsted st car.
Stanley Jaszak, 111 N. Marshfield
av., asked police to look for wife. Left