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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 06, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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and Italians, who overpowered two
watchmen at the Deering works in
trying to get jobs,
Lonnie Bush, giant negro living in
the bushes at 39th st. and Stewart
av., captured by .two policemen who
rode horses around lot.
Kathleen Brandon, 4, 9930 Com
mercial av., volplaned to earth from
second-story window of home on
screen. Bumped head.
F. O. Gustafson, 4459 Clifton av.,
petitioned Judge Landis for bed pur
chased from Associated Furniture
Co., 1407 S. Michigan av., which had
not been deliyered. Judge ordered
Thomas Bohmer, 507 N. Dearborn
St., and Roy Wells, Harvey, 111., tried
to break into ante-room of county
jail to sleep last night. Pined $5.
Mayor Harrison told Comptroller
rraeger to notify all city departments
to reduce expenses because of strin
gency in bond market.
A. A. McCormick, pres. county
board, and other members made trip
to Oak Forest infirmary to inspect
new $24,000 sewerage plant
Miss Anna Regan, 23, 218 E. 43d
st., fired 3 shots at head last night.
All missed. Despondent over love af
fairs. Lillian Karnett, 19, 1728 Winne
mac av., telephone girl, eloped yes
terday with Frank Pearson.
Three men in stolen auto drew
knives and attacked policemen who
stopped them in front of 1050 W. Van
Buren st. Overpowered and arrested.
David Potter, saloonkeeper, Divi
sion st. and Artesian av., held up by
two masked robbers. $30.
Otto Wenzel heard Rockefeller as
sailed at street Socialist meeting.
Took his side. Jailed. Discharged by
James Dantionio died in St. Fran
cis Hospital of bullet wounds fired
by assassins who killed wife, Rose,
and wounded brother, Antonio. Two
A. S. McGregor, postoffice site in
spector, here to select sites for Jack
son Park and Engelwood sub-stations.
Morris Neal, 915 S. State st., died
of injuries received when he was
"beat up" by gang of hoodlums. No
Engelwood Desk Co.'s factory,
5822 Lowe av., destroyed by fire.
Patrick McBride, 71, 4419 S. Clifton
Park av., and Miss Lizza J. Reardon,
63, got marriage license.
James W. Harvey arrested, charg
ed with trying to steal a petition pre
pared for Rev. Jenkin Lloyd Jones,
failed to appear in court when case
was called. Fined $25 and costs.
Charles D. Rounds, president of
State Bank of West Pullman, adjudg
ed suicide by coroner's jury.
RIDING ON WATER CARTS BEST;
OUTDOOR SPORT IN MISSOURI
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 6. Indig
nant taxpayers are today loudly pro
testing the lending of city water wag
ons to a local brewery to haul beer
now stored in vats. The park board
declared the brewery was in distress
andthe city wanted to help it out
that the city would be paid for use
of the wagons.
One citizen, a lawyer, suggested if
they could not stop it through city
officials they might get action under
the pure food law, which prohibits
Officials on the dry Kansas side
hereafter are expected to look with
suspicion on any water wagon that
should cross the state line even
though water wagons heretofore
have been above suspicion.
Vienna. English sporting terms
formerly in general use in Austria
are now prohibited. Steeplechase has
become "jagdrenrien"; handicap
"anggleichsrennen," and spring
Berlin. A local merchant has
promised $75 each to the members
of the first Zeppelin crew that drops
a bomb on London.