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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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ing war extras in front of Coliseum.
General Hwang Hsing, former
minister of war in cabinet of Sun
Yat Sen, to arrive in Chicago today
from Salt kak,e City.
Poplroom of" John Hyslob, 3975
Cottage Grove av., raided. 16 men
arrested. Gambling charged.
Susan Tolakas, 5. 4608 S. Wood st.,
hit by auto driven by Frank Leracz,
4747 S. Hoyne av. Skull fractured.
Ella Johnson, 1568 Wilson av., hit
by auto driven by John Bodine, 1311
Ravenswood av. Hip fractured.
Bodine arrested.
Mrs. Jane Woods, 506 Cass st.,
stabbed in left shoulder by Catherine
Maxwell, roomer. Wouldn't tell po
lice reason for quarrel.
Arthur Spjtings. 5031 N. Crawford
av., had skull fractured. Motorcycle
hit car. Madeline Smith, 1634 Diver
sy parkway, riding on rear seat,
broke leg.
Mjrs. Dora Weinert, 516 S. Leavitt
st, dead.. Concussion of brain. Slip
ped on. sidewalk in front of home
Sept 23.
Frances Bischel, 10, 2914 Elston
av,, hit by motorcycle of V. Parock,
1256 W, Chicago av. Badly bruised.
Mrs. Ida Boyd, 53, 125 W. 18th st,
jumped out of 2d floor window. Told
police two men attacked and robbed
her. Then she disappeared.
Wm. Owens, 8736 Lowe av., and
Agnes Fitapatrick, 3029 Emerald av.,
on motorcycle. Crashed into buggy.
Badly bruised.
N. Y.'S FIRST DIRECT PRIMARY
New York, Sept. 28. The first
direct primary in New York state was
held today. With the polls open from
3 o'clock in the afternoon until 9
o'clock tonight the voters have a
chance to vote directly for their
ch'oice of men -for the various offices
and not rely upon the old boss-ruled
conventions.
Nominations will be made today
for eight state officials, including
governor 150 assemblymen, 51 state
senators, delegates to the constitu
tional convention, as well as for a
United States senator and 43 con
gressmen. o o
ACT OF ATT'Y CASE MAY BRING
CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS
Ass't State Bank Examiner Chas.
Coleman threatens contempt pro
ceedings as a result of the descent
of Ass't State's Att'y case upon the
vaults of the Ashland-Twelfth St.
Bank Saturday, when, to obtain cer
tain books needed in the grand jury
investigation, he broke the state seal
and took them from the bank exam
iners. The books were taken by Case
after he had asked for them and was
refused with the defi that "the state's
attorney would never get any books
from the bank." Case intimates that
the examiners are too friendly with
the former heads of the bank and
that they are working together
against the interests of the deposit
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