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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 17, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Frank St. John, 2026 Fall st.,
beaten and left arm broken by sev
eral chauffeurs who told him to keep
away from LaSalle Hotel. Police
looking for men.
Insanity to be discussed by speak
ers at third session of 27th annual
meeting or American Ass'n of Ori
ficial Surgeons at Hotel LaSalle.
Daughter of Mrs. Violet Litwjn,
1928 W. Grand 'av.. found by police
at Clark and Division sts. Didn't
know way to school Lost.
Joseph Cilman, 1312 W. 13th st,
disappeared Monday. Wife asked po
lice to search.
Richard Cunneft. 154 W. Oak st,
lather, who bit Otto Swanson, 1717
.N. Dearborn St., on both ears during
fight, ordered by judge to pay Swan
son a week's salary. $38.
Two suits totaling $35,000 filed
against Sheriff Zimmer. Based on al
leged erroneous levy against plain
tiffs. Tony de Stefhano, former Munici
pal Court bailiff, and Nicholas Col
line arrested by TJ. S. deputy marshal
on charge of posing as naturalization
examiners and fleecing Italians by
selling worthless citizenship papers.
John Pine, 16, arrested for stealing
two cases of shoes from a freight car.
Paroled two weeks ago for same
thing. Hearing Saturday.
Eighty Persians arrested in "Little
Persia," on N. Clark st. between Erie
St and Chicago av. Charged with
Max Blanchard, 7346 Harvard av.,
will ride a bike from Chicago to Cam
bridge, Mass. Started this morning.
Won Harvard Club scholarship.
Diamonds valued at $1,500 report
ed stolen from room of Mrs. Elia Mo
senfelder in Chicago Beach Hotel.
H. W. Cossard of the H. W. Gos
sard Co. announced he would donate
$1,000 to purchase of gold or silver
trophy which would be awarded
pri'-annually to designer of most ar
Halvor Bjornstad wants divorce.
Witnesses who testified at inquest
of Prank Ferrino, 528 W. Division st,
allowed privilege of Secrecy as to
names. Feared they would be next
marked for death.
Mrs. Elinore Fisher, wife of Walter
Fisher, mngr. and sec'y of Cadillac
Automoile Co., suing for divorce.
Says he spent $500 for wine in week.
Judge Landis set Oct. 1 for ar
raignment of W. C. Brown, former
pres. N. Y. Central Lines; T. O'Gara,
head of O'Gara Coal Co., with others,
indicted for conspiracy to violate in
terstate commerce laws.
"Dawn of Single Tax Through
Clouds of War" to be subject of ad
dress tomorrow night by Walter Rice
before Chicago Single Tax Club In
Edward Cramer, 31 S. Halsted st.,
died of fractured skull and pneu
monia. Injuries a mystery. Inquest
Mrs. Mary Slolmy, 1333 W. Huron
st, tried suicide by gas. Husband
deserted her. She'll live.
John P. Collins, 670 W. Madison st,
arrested on primary day, charged
with keeping saloon open, discharg
ed. Insufficient evidence.
Jr W. Lewis, negro physician, own
er of West Side Drug and Supply Co.,
held in default of $1 ,500 on charge of
illegally selHng cocaine.
Clergy of Episcopal diocese of Chi
cago to hold three-day retreat, be
ginning today, at Cathedral of SS.
Peter and PauL
Frank Leider, 1315 Washington st,
dropped dead in grain and feed of
fice, 6310 Ridge av. Heart disease.
Mary Peteska, 7, 2022 S. Loomis
st, killed at Loomis and 21st sts. by
runaway team belonging to Norris
Bros.' Teaming Co., 1618 Newber
George Kinnis, negro, 2423 S. State
st, held to grand jury for burglary,
otole clothing worth $300.