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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 14, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mayor revoked saloon licenses of
John P. Collins, 670 W. Madison St.,
and Stanley Brouzarski, 4537 S.
Hermitage av. . Collins charged with
not keeping disorderly women away,
Brouzarski with allowing gambling.
George "Buck" Weaver, Sox ball
player, took out license to wed Miss
Helen Cook, Englewood.
.Horace Baker, -ass't city engineer,
urged installation of water meters
yesterday to prevent waste.
Chicago Red Cross fund now at
$44670 mark.
German and Austrian-Hungarian
Relief Society has raised $127,000 for
war in last six weeks.
James A. Patten, millionaire, de
clined job of being foreman of the
grand jury yesterday. Was to serve
a month. Only $3 per day.
Edward M. Cummings, former
chief examiner for county civil ser
vice commission, and former sec'y of
police dep't, to become sec'y for Chief
Gleason this morning.
Walter Joss, cashier of Franklin
Park bank, who thwarted attempt of
4 auto bandits to hold up bank, pre
sented with gold watch by business
men of suburb in token of apprecia
tion. Recovering from wounds.
Anna Bunge, daughter of baker,
736 E. 43d st, caught robber who
tried to get away .with contents of
cash drawer yesterday. Told police
name was John Quinn, 30.
Judge Petit gave George Remus,
attorney for Albert Boer, convicted
robber, now in Canada, until Satur
day to produce his client. Remus
signed $2,500 bond. ,
Judge Petit refuses to consider
charges made by Francis Borrelli,
counsel for the Forte family, that
Ass't State's Attorney Malato, prose
cutor of case, had suppressed evi
dence.
Mrs. Anne B. Lawrence, 89, 1539
Chase av., fatally injured when she
fell on sidewalk at Chestnut and Well
Bts. yesterday. Skull fractured.
Antonio Faluto and Jack Decarlo
fined $10 by Judge Scully for annoy
ing girls in vicinity of Clark and Divi
sion BtB.
Padousz Szypulski, 3, 1214 N.
Paulina St., died supposedly as result
of eating pills.
Stephen Mantano, 82, 804 S. Ra
cine av., found dead in bed. Heart
disease.
Fund being raised to assist widow
of Frank Dealy, policeman, who was
murdered by highwayman; Money
held at W. Chicago av. station.
Burglars entered home of Peter
Metrocas, 1102 W. Huran st, stole
$100 worth of jewelry. Overlooked
$200 worth.
A. Coesfeldt, 2416 Augusta st,
struck by street car. Serious."
Joseph Maseck, 10, 1606 Fisk st.,
broke arm in gymnasium at 1128 W.
18th st. Fell from cross bar.
Four women and two men arrest
ed in alleged dive at 1104 W. Madi
son st.
Morris Zlobinsky, 1412 Edgemont
av., overcome by gas in home. Taken
to hospital. Police probing.
Civic League of 13th Ward passed
resolutions criticising phone service
as inefficient. Demanded company
furnish good service.
Thomas McGreavy, 89th st. and
Buffalo av., leaped from third floor of
home to "escape from German
army." Demented. Taken to De
tention Hospital.
Hop Lee, laundryman, 6020 S.
State st., who was robbed of $20 by
4 men, yesterday identified them at
police station.
August Hagedorn, 17, 3456 N.
Irving av., hunting along Desplaines
river.- Shotgun went off accidentally,
dead.
Consumers' League of Illinois to
start "do your Christmas shoDDine
early" campaign next Saturday.
Samuel Yonan, 1127 Rush st, had
J. W. Randolph, former employer, ar
rested in Cleveland yesterday on .

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