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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 17, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Samuel Mosheik, 14, 1108 S. Hal
sted st., arrested for forging father's
name to $26 check. Went to St. Louis.
Fred Arms, Sanitary District re
pairman, 4332-yincennes av., killed
by live wire on pdle-at 2900 W. 79th.
Mrs. Bertha Bagley, 61, housekeep
er, hung self in attic of Rock Island
station at 91st st.
Aid. Lawley, chairman of Muni
cipal Markets Com., will ask council
for appropriation to establish cov
ered municipal marke ton West Side.
Mayor refuses to consider request
to give saloon license back to James
.Colosimo. Taken away in vice war.
Y. M. C. A. to erect college at 53d
st. and Drexel blvd. Cornerstone laid
Green Rollinson, Georgia, robbed
of $75 by two men near Polk st. sta
Edward Barrett, 65, 3636 N. Paul
ina st., dropped dead near North
western "L" station at Clark and
Lake st, yesterday. Was Chicago's
fire signal man in 1869.
County Clerk Sweitzer has posted
a blacklist on marriage license win
dow where clerk may look to see if
there is any objection to issuing li
cense to person applying. 16 names.
Mayor threatens to revoke saloon
and poolroom licenses in "Little
Italy" district of North Side, if pro
prietors do not keep suspicious char
acters out of places.
Charles Harris, 716 Michigan av.,
held to grand jury on charge of man
slaughter by coroner's jury who in
vestigated death of Mrs. Louise Nay,
1248 Morse av., who was killed by
auto driven by Harris Sunday.
Mrs. Jesse B. Middleton, once fa
mous as mother of 17 children, ap
plied to County Agent for assistance.
Says she has only 4 children. Meyer
looking for other 13.
Chicago Symphony .Orchestra
opened 24th annual season yester
day before hatless audience. Women
also removed lids.
Stephen Carroll, 3117 Indiana av.,
held up by four men. 10 cents and
Charles Miller, 5600 S. Winchester
av., held up by two men. Had noth
ing. Was bit on head with baseball
Olaf Lundberg, saloonkeeper, 2719
W. 12th st, held up by 2 men. $2.
P. J. Lusk, janitor, St. Anthony's
Hospital, held up by 3 men. 50
John Vonarski, 1737 Girard st., sui
cided. Poison. Out of work.
Peter Stewart, conductor, .1751
Roscoe st, lifted register down. Slip
ped and fell. Knocked unconscious.
Wife wouldn't make up with him
so Wolf Tomkin, 1363 N. Leavitt st,
swallowed poison. Serious.
Eight cases of smallpox in Zion
City. "Dowie preached against vac
cination." Thinking of closing
J. H. Jenkins, employe of Broad
way Garage, steering auto being tow
ed by other machine. Machine bump
ed by another. Seriously injured.
Martin Nelson, 3556 Wilton av.,
chaiCkfiur, arrested on complaint of
ArthuiMartin, 533 Barry av., garage
owner, for standing outside of Bis
marck Gardens with auto.
Miss Marie Henkel, 1441 Estes av.,
left for Austria to see her sweetheart,
Willie Feodor Count von Zagred, who
has been wounded.
The standpoint of Red Cross Fund
is $48,300 in Chicago, while 15 per
cent more is pledged by banks, mak
ing $65,500. A total of $100,000 is
Serg't Hughes, Central Detail sta
tion, had four cats and one dog living
in harmony at station. All disappear
ed. He's sore.
Georgie Porgie, 4 months, on ex
hibition at Juvenile Court for adop
tion. 15-year-old mother can't keep
Flat of C. M. Burlingame, public
accountant, 5656 Michigan av., enter-