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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 24, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
General Transatlantic Co. an
nounced through local office that
steamship service has been resumed.
No Austrians or Germans will be al
lowed to take passage.
Chicago Telephone Co. to charge
actual cost of labor and material
hereafter in moving phone. Formerly
cost $5.
Ninth annual convention of Fed
eration ef Trade Press Ass'n opened
in Congress Hotel today.
City comptroller received check
for ?825,80&04, for payment of
streets and alleys on West Side where
new terminal is to be located, from
United Station Co.
Six women and three men were
arrested in raids on two alleged dis
orderly houses at 11 N. May st. and
15 N. Carpenter sts.
A. W. Shaw, publisher of System
Magazine, to lecture on "Philosophy
of Business" before Northwestern
Univ. School of Commerce Friday
night.
Miss Anna Andrews, 3831 W, Polk
st. won beauty contest at Home Ex
position. Perfect "36."
Chas. E. Rector, famous restaurant
keeper, died at home in Long Island
yesterday. Introduced lobster to
public of this country. Found dish in
Europe.
W. H. Osgood, ass't curator of
Field Museum, left for Washington
yesterday to make report to sec'y of
commerce upon the work of commis
sion. Sent to Alaska to investigate
seal fisheries.
Two saloonkeepers fined $25 for
keeping open election day.
Matthew Krekoff, lawyer, arrested
for speeding. Offered car to police
man if he could make it go as fast
as he was charged. Officer accepted.
Offer withdrawn. Discharged.
Patrick Keys, 7074 Eggleston av.,
and Mrs. Margaret Hayden, 107 S.
jDakley av., arrested. Charged with
selling 2 niqkel shows they didn't
own.
Harry Olson, former detective for
Rothschild & Co. and Siegel, Cooper
& Co., pleaded guilty to shoplifting in
Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co. 8 months'
sentence.
Plans to improve land surrounding
baseball grounds in Lincoln Park ap
proved. Dorothy Silverstein tried to suicide
by gas in Hyde Park police station.
Held to grand jury for larceny.
Thomas Logan, arrested at lodge
meeting, sent back to Kankakee.
Dr. Otto DeKeiffer, 29 E. Madison
St., attacked by bulldog while sitting
in auto at Madison st. and Wabash
av. Face torn. Dressed own
wounds.
Final arguments in suit for $33,000
inheritance tax against estate of
Theis J. Leffens to be heard Satur
day. Decision in case of 67 cases of eggs
was that they were good for fertilizer.
Turned over to fertilizing plant
Edward Penshorn suing Mrs. Eliza
beth Penshorn for $20,000. Alleged
damaged reputation
Three men found in garage with
two stolen autos held as suspects in
Franklin Park State Bank and Mrs.
Nellie Clark, Kankakee, robberies.
Ferdinand Steindef, violinist, filed
voluntary petition in bankruptcy.
Liabilities $1,430, assets $455.
146 miles of paved streets to be
contracted for this week. To cost
$3,695,000.
Patrick Kane, alleged wiretapper,
indicted in swindling late Dr. W. T.
Kirby of $20,000, arrested in Toledo.
John Thompson, 1164 N. LaSalle
st., killed by auto driven by Charles
Boden, Congress Hotel. Coroner's
verdict accidental death.
Lawrence Summers and Charles
Freeman arrested at Saratoga Hotel.
Charged with working con game on
C. D. Thompson, Kirksville, Mo.
Mrs. Elsie Schade, 1310 N. Clark
st., accused Mrs. Mary Francis, 1314
N. Clark st, of stealing qit Judge
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