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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 08, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Dr. J. T. Oates, 1769 Montrose st,
stopped runaway horse at Montrose
and Paulina sts. yesterday. Saved
children playing in. street from injury.
First dinner of season to be given
by Chicago Bar Ass'n at Mid-Day
Club. Arthur Brisbane, Judge E. H.
Gary and James Parker Hall to
speak.
Chicago Lawyer's Ass'n yesterday
charged that jury commissioners dis
criminate against the laborer in se
lecting probable jurors in effort to de
feat justice. Jury commissioners de
ny charges.
Mrs. Edward Baker, wife of mur
dered chauffeur, to be booked on
murder charge today.
Dr. C. Lovewell, 5526 S. Sanga
mon st, chased auto thief through
Jackson Park at mile-minute clip in
friend's car yesterday. Caught him.
Had him arrested.
Otto Kovac, 3, 4212 N. St. Louis
ar., run down by auto truck in front
of home Tuesday, dead. Police look
ing for driver.
Judge Graham withdrew request
for pardon for Henry Smith, serving
$100 fine at Bridewell, when Mayor
Harrison's investigation found Smith
was wanted in Toledo.
57 Chicago business men trying to
raise $100,000 for Red Cross.
Mrs. Edward Casey, 319 S. San
gamon st, died suddenly at her home
yesterday afternoon. Husband held
while police investigate.
Students at Englewood "High" to
be questioned by school board to de
termine whether Knights of Pythias
organization is secret society.
Samuel Ashton, 7214 Greenwood
av., had Peter Waldorf, 7225 Dobson
av., arrested for shooting cat. Latter
produced testimony to show cat was
chicken thief. Discharged.
Judgment of $200 won by Esther
Mercy from Dean Marion Talbot, Chi
cago University, reversed and re
manded for new trial by Appellate
Court.
James Geriux, cowboy, and wife of
Cody, Wyo., fined $200 for refusing
to pay taxi bill for ride to Lake For
est and back.
Death of Mrs. Regina Nelson, 1846
W. Grand av., who died from a sup
posed illegal operation, being investigated.
Joseph Vorda, a bailiff, fined $20
for pulling gun on Election Com.
Czarnecki in quarrel at polling place
on primary day.
Mrs. Rose Granby, 319 S. Sanga
mon st., dropped dead cooking sup
per. Supposed heart disease.
Frank Hopson, 3807 Ellis av., un
able to get work, suicided. Gas.
Al Jennings, Oklahoma train rob
ber who turned lawyer, to tell story
of life in Olivet Methodist church,
Austin, tonight
Inquest over Joseph D'Andrea con
tinued until Oct 21. Police testified
man named Sweeney did shooting
and that poisoned bullets were used.
Band of thieves breaking into
downtown stationery stores steal on
ly fountain pens. $2,000 worth in two
weeks.
William Lloyd and two brothers
filed suit for accounting against Har
ry tTankel, Dorothy Dennison, Hen
ry Keifer and A. Gait in Circuit Court,
asking that payment of $4,000 prom
issory notes be adjusted.
"As state's attorney I never advo
cated fee system nor made claim to
fees of this office," said Hoyne re
garding Supreme Court ruling giving
him power to collect fines, fees and
forfeitures.
County Recorder Connery wants
office enlarged.
First meeting of season of Chicago
Medical Society held in grillroom of
New Marshall Field building.
First monthly meeting of Cook
County Teacher's Ass'n to be held in
Art Institute Saturday morning.
Frank D. Allissio, 35, 932 W. Van
Buren St., was shot and fatally
wounded by a man and woman, who

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