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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 07, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Bohemian Slavic Relief Ass'n sent
check for $750 to American Red
Cross to be used in Servia.
Two private watchmen saved Jos
eph O'Connor, city policeman, from
being thrown in the river last night
in a battle with 500 wharf rats. 50
Miss Catherine Coggan, 1101 N.
Mansfield av., struck by auto at Ran
dolph gnd State sts. Badly injured.
$1,000 raised for Red Cross at
mass meeting in 1st German Baptist
Church last night.
Civic industrial committee of the
Chicago Ass'n of Commerce an
nounced establishment of reserve
bureau to aid manufacturers to keep
Julia Geijilwas, 19, -3113 S. Hal
sted st, struck by street car. Died
Mrs. Leonora Meder, commission
er of public welfare, is going to ask
for better food for prisoners in police
Btations and municipal lodging
Mrs. Alfred Schanze suing for di
All prizes, except scholarships, to
be done away with in public schools.
Robert Stewart, 1210 S. Wabash
av., pinned a note to door telling land
lord to turn out gas atr meter before
entering room. Committed suicide.
Mrs. Sarah Miller, 11114 Walker
av., Morgan Park, told police she paid
$3.71 to man posing as water collect
or. Later found brother paid bill.
Baby girl ten days old was found
in tonneau of auto owned by Albert
H. Rosenberg, 1302 S. Avers av. Map
decide to keep infant
Dorothy Silverstein tried to die for
7th time in year. Took poison in
home of Dr. Lillian H. Seymour, 4035
Indiana av. She'll live.
Frieda Conrad, 6177 , Sheridan
Road, hurt by car,- LaSalle and Mon
John W. Beckwith, new corpora
tion counsel, in office yesterday.
Detectives looking for Thomas
O'Neill, Keokuk, ticket broker.
Esther Farager, 18, Milwaukee,
gone. Police searching.
Miss Nellie Lemon's $50,000 breach
of promise suit against Dean Moberly
Dr. Carl L. Barnes wants divorce.
Says wife was intoxicated 100 times.
Pres. Patten of Cook County Fair
Ass'n wants injunction to prevent
others from stealing name.
Angered by taunts of rowdies
Phillips Ciosalo, peddler, fired shot to
scare them. Struck Leroy Marshall,
658 Root st. Arrested.
Concrete viaducts to replace steel
ones along I. C. from 51st st. to Grand
Washington Irving school, Oak
Oak Park, closed. Diphtheria epi
demic. 2 dead. ,
Mrs. Gunnar Brostrand suing for
divorce. Said husband threw her in
Dr. John Thorpe, 5100 S. Marsh
field av., whose auto killed Fabian
Janicik, 7, 5426 S. Wood st, exon
erated by coroner's jury.
Ray Martin, former telegraph oper
ator, now pres. of Monon Novelty Co.,
arrested for fraud through, mails. In
return for quarters sent by women
asking how to make easy money, he
sent penny packages of articles for
them to sell to friends.
$2,000,000 bond issue for good
roads building to be placed on ballot.
Petition has been filed.
Walter Sartier, city fireman, arrest
ed for pawning watch loaned by
Auto of Rev. Rufus White, 6800
Perry av., pastor of People's Liberal
Isaac Davis brought baok from St.
Louis to face charge that he obtained
$1,863 worth of diamonds with bad
check from H. J. Son, 31 N. State st
Bonds of four auto Dandits who
Jstried to rob Ed Messinger, collector