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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 14, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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charge of "con game." SayS he fail
ed to return $50 cash bond.
Samuel Caliano, 2. 2649 W. Chi
cago av., dead. Pulled pail of boiling
water from stove
John Copenhagen. 1740 Nelson st.,
guard employed by Northwestern
"L," suicided. Gas.
Bosifoseo Delicati, Mexican, found
stabbed to death on Alton tracks near
Albany av. Police looking for Jos
eph SieUo, his companion.
Building at 43d and Lafln sts., used
as paint shop by Morris & Co.,
caught fire.. Men and girl employes
escaped. Damage $3,000.
Mary Grim, 14, Fort Wayne, Ind.,
taken into custody with Joseph
Voshar at Hollenden Hotel. Clerk
noticed Voshart making love to girl
who had run away from home.
State's attorney's' office at work of
drawing up indictments to be return
ed by special grand jury which inves
tigated failure of LaSalle St. Bank.
Lewis Schindler, who fooled po
lice of E. Chicago av. station for week
posing as Funkhouser investigator,
took jury trial when up in court yes
terday. John P. Stiles, 839 N. Clark st., and
Charles Tennes, 7092 South Chicago
av., arrested on charge of selling
liquor to minor on complaint of H. K.
Grose, sec'y Citizens' League.
Michael Kennedy, 65, 415 Wells st.,
found dead in bed by police. Dead
for 2 weeks.
When train pulled past tower at
Kinzie st, on St. Paul" tracks, gates
didn't lower. Switchman found An
drew Czelsky, 60, towerman, dead.
Heart disease.
Anthony Metto, 574 W. Adams st.,
woke up last night. Heard burglars.
Saw something above foot of bed.
Fired. Shot self in left foot.
Stanley and Rose Govack, twins,
4, 4218 S. Ashland av., went for walk.
Found last night sleeping in hallway
at Lincoln and 13th sts. Taken
home.
Arthur Martin, cigarmaker, 7034
5. Elizabeth st, struck by auto of C.
M. Hayes at Madison and IJaSalle st
Badly bruised.
Frank "Scotty" McErlane of "Ted
dy" Webb's auto bandit gang filed
petition for parole.
Otto Anderson tried suicide. Gas.
Saved by wife.- Arrested. Promised
judge to live. Released.
S. Greenbaum, 411 E. 48th st.,
struck by auto of P. Brittain, 4800
Calumet av., at Clark st. and Jack
son blvd. Left leg broken.
Miss Bertha Heise suing Peter F.
Cameron for $25,000 damages. At
torneys said suit involves "awful
matters."
Two autos wrecked in head-on col
lision at Michigan av. and 63d st 4
women and 2 men bruised.
E. H. Reynolds, 28, son of George
Reynolds, made pres. of People's
Trust and Savings Bank
Woman's City Club has $8,500
budget Dues $1. Has spent $2.83 a
member. Seek to raise difference
without raising dues.
Tony Cohn, 1070 N. Marshfield av.,
filed petition in bankruptcy. Assets
$2,993 and liabilities $12,285.
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BOYS WANT SUNDAY FOOTBALL
Sunday football for high school
boys on the school grounds is asked
by the students of the Senn High
School.
The proposal has split the Board
of Education. Trustee Joseph Hol
puch has frowned upon the plan be
cause he says it is a desecration 'of
the Sabbath.
Dr. Clemenson takes another view
of the subject
"Football on Sunday will keep the
high school boys off of the street cor
ners and out of the saloons and pool
rooms," said Dr. Clemenson. "I am
in favor of granting the boys the
right to play on the school grounds
on Sunday."
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As a recognition of good service,
the Erie Railroad paints the name of
a meritorious engineer on the locomotive,
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