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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 09, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
.Mrs. Amelia Cebroski, 1362 Holt
av., fired three shots at husband.
Harold Plong, 14, 115 S. Kilbourn
av., found mother dead in gas-filled
room. Accident "or suicide?
Three men robbed Daniel Cahill,
bartender in P. J. Shanahan's saloon,
735 S. Western av.
Emmet Chambers. 15, 739 N. Drake
av., hit by street car. Dead.
Diphtheria epidemic in Barrington,
HI., so bad that high schools, movies
and Sunday schools closed.
Family of Thos. J. Moore returned
home to find house robbed. $1,500
Mrs. Josephine Beaman, 1046 By
ron st, forcibly chloroformed by two
masked men who ransacked house.
Lillian Finkelberg, 18, married Cle
tus Baker, movie operator, Sept, 30.
Mother wants marriage annulled.
Civil service commission says city's
wheel tax fund is losing about $200,
000 a year by auto owners not tak
ing out licenses.
Chicago Day today, 43d anniver
sary of the fire. Two-story frame
buildings burned on lake front in
celebration. Fire Marshall O'Connor
says 95 per cent of fires are caused
Frank Gallos, alias Assist, barber,
937 W. Van Buren st, was man shot
and lulled by John De Nicola, 807 S.
Racine av., yesterday morning.
Mrs. Rose Curney, 2035 Cirard st.,
said Lieut. Westley Westerbrook,
Fillmore st. station, struck her when
she was in City Hall yesterday. .
Nat'l Foreign Trade Council wants
to co-operate with Chicago Ass'n of
Commerce in Mississippi valley trade
Charles Morton, 3200 Federal st.,
shot in chest by Hamilton Carter, 20
W. 33d st. Carter arrested. Both col
ored. Chicago Red Cross fund now is
Ike Schallet, roomer in home of
Mrs. Lena Rome, 711 Liberty st, had
valuable pair of pants stolen. $1,050
was sewn in each leg. Had landlady
arrested. Discharged for want of evi
dence. Arrested again and case con
tinued. Mrs. Nellie Weston, actress, tried
suicide with razor in home at 665 N.
Clark st. Will recover.
Board of education extended Mrs.
Young's authority. Now controls
technical and commercial depart
Anti-Saloon League officials want
all members to register. Predict great
struggle in next state senate between
wet and dry forces.
Mrs. Marguerite Brown, 124 Wil
lard court, chosen pres-of Protestant
Women's Nat'l Ass'n.
Monument to memory of Col. John
F. Finerty to be dedicated Sunday
afternoon at Garfield Park. First
Irish monument in Chicago.
George E. Cleveland, head of liv
ery, 3045 N. Clark st, cleared by
Judge Caverly of connections with
operations of "Count Wilhelm Von
Pluttzen," who startled police by
Fred Boening, 23, arrested. Said to
have sent in false fire alarm.
Detectice Jcseph Mallow, Town
Hall station, accidentally shot. Hunt
ing. He'll live.
Albert Pezzehia, 2, 2258 W. 24th
st, fatally injured Fell from porch.
Edward Whits, 2, 6316 Lowe av.,
hit by car. Bump on head.
Wm. Connelly, 60, died in saloon,
629 W. Madison st. Heart disease.
Edward B. Casey, husband of Mrs.
Rose Casey, who died mysteriously at
home, 319 S. Sangamon st, booked
on charge of accessory to murder.
John Hallinan, 5036 Aberdeen st.,
held to grand jury. Shot James Stew
art, 5009 S. Carpenter st.
Saloon license issued to John Kir
wan for saloon of Philip Guzofsky,
9.21 W. Harrison st, revoked by