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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 22, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Minority members of county board
refused board of assessors $14,500 to
prepare quadrennial report. Say
work can be done cheaper.
H. C. Welcome and Theodore
Rodeman, officials' f Industrial Or
ganization Co., arrested by federal
officials on charge of defrauding J.
Waechter, 6203 Ingleside av., of $1,
000 through mails.
Oscar Mayer, Chicago packer, now
on hunting trip with Mayor Harrison
in Canada, arrested by French guide
as spy.
Woodlawn citizens to hold mass
meeting. Will ask school board to
build new school instead of rebuild
ing Wadsworth School, which burn
ed several days ago.
Frank Carlson, 5908 S. Halsted st.,
partial paralytic, died of heart dis
ease as he poised on pier to commit
suicide by drowning
Thomas Griffin, 4221 North Central
Park av., shot in abdomen by John
Burton, 1525 N. LaSalle st. Burton
claims boy was trying to steal auto
of Dr. E. S. Buchanan, 408 Briar pi.
Burton locked up.
A woman and three men sought in
connection with attempt to rob
Franklin Park State Bank. Walter
Joss, ass't cashier, was shot. $300
reward offered.
Lincoln Park Policeman Langlois
rescued Miss Frances Underhaden,
J 8, 2122 Greenwich st, who had
fallen in lagoon.
Mrs. James Boyle, 1884 Milwaukee
av., had husband arrested for non
support. He said in summer the heat
made his muscles so flabby he
couldn't work and that winter con
tracted them so it was the same way.
Told to get a job.
Two shots were fired from an auto
it Adolph Hoffman, chauffeur, while
3itting in his car at Clark and Ran
Solph sts. last night. Both missed.
Police think labor trouble.
Janitors of Gary, lhd.f to have free
evening schooL
M. E. Dark, Springfield, Mo., and
N. S. Noon, Newark, N. J., arrived in
Chicago at same time yesterday.
Board of 12 directors to be placed
in charge of campaign to put an i
saloon question before voters.
Harold Erik, Henry Anderson, Au
gust Lamszyk, Abraham Isralovitz
and Fred M. Lefkowitz petitioned Cir
cuit Court to have names changed.
O. M. Lundberg, chauffeur for
Mayor Harrison, drove latter's auto
over foot of Joseph Yennew, 2518
Prairie av. Yennow taken home.
John Pernes, 1826 S. Trumbull av.,
robbed of $50 and jewelry in Cottage
Grove av. car. Pickpockets dropped
coin on floor to create excitement.
Phillip Sabio held to grand jury on
charge of making counterfeit,, half
dollars. Pleaded not guilty.
Federal grand jurors will return
indictments against seven Chinese,
accused of making and selling opium,
in Judge Carpenter's court today.
Woodlawn Business men's Ass'n
started campaign for removal of ob
structions from sidewalks.
Miss Belle Carter, masseuse, re.
leased by coroner's jury. Returned
verdict of heart disease in death of
Max Ederhermer, 4711 S. Michigan
av. Died in massage parlor of Mrs.
Adeline Leonard, 3030 Vernon av.
To help handle Hyde Park crowds
the Stony Island-93d st. car line,
which formerly operated from 63d st.
south, will hereafter follow route of
Jackson Park line to loop and return.
Paul Meewrs, loving janitor at 6604
Kimbark av., fined $25 by judge.
Leo Okon, 4825 S. Paulina st., and
Paul Loskowski, 4629 S. Paulina St.,
fought over money at W. 49th and S.
Paulina sts. Okon hit in neck. Died
lated. Loskowski arrested.
Herant Lahian, 513 N. Halsted st.,
suicided by jumping in river. No
work.
Archangelo Manchili, 1019 Town
send st., lined $100 by judge for car
rying concealed weapons.
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