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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Ceo. Palush, 4356 S. Wood st,
screamed when she saw Stephan
Augek, 26, with her baby in arms
leaving house early today. Augek
caught and booked for attempted
Earl Howe and Edward McQuire
caught after they had twice held up
John Sherlock, 737 N. Dearborn st
Thirteen men arrested by federal
agents. Charged with fraudulently
obtaining naturalization papers.
Walter M. Fisher, sec'y Cadillac
Auto Co., and 3 cqmpanions hurt in
auto accident near Milwaukee.
Eleven men arrested in raid on
cigar store at 216 E. 35th st. Lee
Newman, 3814 Indiana av., booked
Frank Durrie, retired head of Kim
ball Hardware Co., shot himself with
revolver in home at 235 Wesely av.,
Oak Park., yesterday. Dead.
Noell Kinnaman, 5484 Ellis av.,
head of the Chicago Calculating Co.,
stabbed wife with s,crew-driver yes
terday. Was arrested. Wife In hos
pital. He claims accident.
Mrs. Julia Nacroth, 2941 Warsaw
av., suicided by gas.
D. G. Bailey, representative of the
Carter White Lead Co., Chicago, fined
$50 in Jackson, Miss,, for tipping
hotel porter 25 cents.
Max Ederheimer, 4711 Michigan
av., who died in a massage parlor at
3030 Vernon av., died of heart dis
ease, according to coroner's physi
cian. Miss Belle Carter, operator,
50,000 people attended the dedica
tion of the St Adalbert's Roman
Catholic Church, 17th and Paulina
sts., Sunday. Structure Is an exact
duplicate of St. Mark's in Rome.
Police searching for Elmer Pierce,
who went to home of Mrs. Hattie
Bush, 9520 Bishop st, his mother-in-law,
last night and beat her. Was
sore because wife went home to
"Stink bombs" ousted -the patrons
of two nickel shows on North Side
last night Biograph Theater, 2443
Lincoln av., and Vitagraph Theater,
3143 Lincoln av.
Mrs. John Neff, wife of Board of
Trade man, sued for $16 by J. H.
Christsen, shoe dealer at 110 S. Dear
born st Christsen claims shoes
were bought 'four years ago.
Safeblowers entered bakery of W.
Lindgren, 3126 N. Clark st. Got
nothing of value. Tore way through
wall into grocery of Anton Corydon,
3122 N. Clark st. Blew safe. Got
$735 in cash and $313 in checks.
Three women who attacked A. A.
Johnson, employe of Aspjng & Sweet,
employment agents at 20 S. Canal st,
arrested. All gave name of Mary
Miss Margaret Burns, 1054 Leland
av., who disappeared from home July
22, found by police of Gary, Ind. Po-
lice now looking for "Jack Walton,"
with whom Miss Burns was friendly.
1881 counterfeit silver dollars be
ing spent by two young men on the
South Side. Secret Service looking
Mass meeting of residents of 29th
ward will be held Oct. 3 to protest
against the delay in. extending the
South Robey st. car line between
47th and 69th sts. Residents walk
half mile to get car
Mrs. Ida Jaeger's candy store at
4939 Broadway entered by two rob
Ade Apple, 2741 W. Division st.,
fired two shots at robber who tried to
Antony Mula, 420 W. Chicago av.,
and Archangelo Mauchill, 1019
Townsend st, arrested. Mula had
gun. Two sawed-off shotguns found
ia Mauchili's home.
Dr. Harry Rumpf, 2402 W. North
av., injured in auto accident in Min
neapolis. Albert Woodward, Valparaiso, Ind.,
wrote to his son.-in-law, Henry Fer-
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