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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 15, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Evangelical German Lutheran St.
Peter's congregation of N. Oakley
blvd. and Cortez st will celebrate
50th anniversary of its founding next
Sunday. Rev. G. J. Lambrecht, pas
tor for last 43- years, will conduct
services. "
Socialists will meet tonight as fol
lows: 9ti ward Kohn school, 104th
and State sts.; 13th ward Calhoun
school, Jackson blvd. and Francisco
av.; 14th ward Tennyson school,
Fulton and California avs.; 27th ward
Montrose av., from Western to Lin
coln avs., to be paved.
Frank Paschen, Democratic candi
date from 28th Ward, had $1,000 dia
mond stud stolen by close friend, who
gave it to mayor. Paschen called on
mayor and knocked police dep't
Mayor gave him stud. Took it all
back and invited .everyone to dinner.
Coroner's jury in "axeman mur
ders" which occurred on July 5 in
Blue Island, accused Cassimer Ari
cewszwski, boarder in home of Jacob
Mislich, who with his wife Mary,
their daughter, Mrs. Martha Mans
field, and her baby, was murdered.
He's stiH at arge.
Writers and authors of Illinois to
meet on Nov. 14 at Art Institute with
intention of organizing.
Mrs. Ernily C. Chapin, widow of
Charles Chapin, capitalist, and her
four sons and 3 daughters, donated
$70,000 to build new home for Chi
cago Nursery and Half Orphan Asy
lum. Commissioners of Lincoln Park to
organize Zoological society for pur
pose of encouraging wealthy citizens
to contribute animals and new build
ing to zoo.
Chicago Medical Society to discuss
army surgery at meeting next
Wednesday night
German and Austro-Hungarian Re
lief Society to try to raise $250,000 by
selling Christmas cards.
Irving Park school, 41st ct and
Grace st.
Drainage board trustees voted to
supply city with free stone from spoil
banks of drainage canal for construc
tion of recreation pier.
Alice Schitlo, 9, 4339 N. Paulina st,
died from bullet wound in neck re
ceived on July 19 when she was play
ing with cousin's revolver.
Miss Anna Shopkoff, domestic em
ployed in boarding house 847 N. Car
penter sL, tried to start fire in stove
with alcohol and wood. Explosion.
Slightly burned.
William Nottram, 2111 W. Chicago
av told Judge Rafferty police were
persecuting him. Arrested as sus
pected pickpocket. Discharged.
Helen Saboans, 4, 512 S. Leavitt
st, badly burned. Playing with
matches.
John Moser, 1550 N. Leavitt st,
tried suicide. Out of work.
Five Chicago boys arrested as bi
cycle thieves. Turned over to juve
njle authorities. 8 "bikes" recov
ered. Charles Mauch, Maywood, fined
$100 by Judge LaBuy for driving auto
while intoxicated.
Evanston to vote on proposition
for annexation of 5 square miles to
park district Nov. 3
Police at Chicago av. station were
told that tw burglars were walking
down Clark st with loot under their
arms. Caught and searched.
Kindling wood. Released.
Alvin Jahnke, 3115 N. Oakley av.,
suicided. Gas. Out of work.
David Boitano, 307 Beethoven pi.,
city detective, arrested on charge of
disorderly conduct by H. C. Strauss,
3139 Ellis av.
Mrs. Rosie Yockamaditz, 526 De
Koven st, freed by coroner's jury on
charge of having caused death of
baby. Abandoned body in basement
Lewis Schindler, dishwasher de
tective, fined by judge for assault
Lewis Touhey, 648 W. Madison st,
said Schindler struck him when he
resisted arrest
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