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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 27, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Lawrence Bidderman, 4520 Clifton
av., leader of one set of poker players
arrested Sunday night, discharged by
Judge Beitler. -friendly game. Sec
ond, James Thomas, 792 Wilson av.,
fined $25 because he allowed Serg't
Berry to play.
Peter Irmiter, who died Sept. 15,
left $80,000 to wife, two sons and
daughter, Mrs. "Maria M. Irmiter,
5345 Hermitage av. a widow.
Socialist meetings tonight: 13th
""vard, Ericcson school; 18th ward,
Marquette school; 28th ward, Rav
cnswood school; 27th ward, Baubien
school; 28th ward. Wicker Park Hall.
Stephen Berg, 4345 S. State St.,
swore out warrant for owner of cer
tain sea lions, goats and monkeys
vho make life miserable for people
"ving near barn at 4343 S. State St. i
Joseph Clement, 519 Kenwood
av., in court on charge of picking
nockets. Said he has fallen heir to
S10.000. Case continued.
Albert Silvemail, 3100 W. 38th pi.,
freight conductor, found unconscious
and locked in car. Clothes cut and
torn. Watch gone. Blame tramps.
Sizmund Nakunis, 116 Kensington
av., struck by C. & E. I. train. Hurled
30 feet. Two scalp 'wounds.
Frank Strankey, butcher, made
fifth attempt to end life in home at
6759 Justine st. Gas. Revived. Ar
rested. Henry Johnson, negro, 5036 Fed
eral st, grabbed pocketbook of Miss
Agnes Krai, 5248 Michigan av. 13
Unidentified 'man died suddenly
near home of Dr. H. Ballenger, Win
netka. Supposed heart disease.
Thomas Kiley, rag picker, no home,
found dead from heart disease in
barn at 1445 Solon av., where he had
D. B. Brillow, attorney, 1928 New
port av., badly bruised. Auto partly
wrecked by car.
Mrs. Giovanni Resovaglita and two
children, Louis and Mary, near death
300 men turned away from muni
cipal lodging house Only 600 ac
commodated. Schuettler ordered
stations to admit homeless men.
John Hand, famous bandmaster,
celebrated 85th birthday yesterday
in home at 433 Webster av.
Alfalfa flour muffins and alfalfa
tea served at Dairy Shcjw. Blow to
high cost of living
State's attorney's office to inves
tigate charges of perjury made by
Att'y E. F. Wellner against M. Prise
and Palma Elbert, who testified in
Prise divorce suit.
100 scandalmongers, and gossips
ejected from Court of Domestic Re
lations by Judge Fry.
Georgia Pratt suing Nellie. Byrud
for $20,000. Reason unknown.
Members and officers of Missis
sippi River Levee Ass'n in Chicago to
obtain support of city in campaign
for funds to provide towns with
levees for floods.
$25,000 breach of promise s'uit of
Miss Ruth Hayden. former telephone
girl, against Carroll Swigert, sec'y of
Swigart Paper Co., dismissed by
Seven men arrested for gambling
in home of Antonio Nogivich, 10718
Torrence av., discharged by Judge
Nine speeders before Judge Caverly
given speedy trials. Fined $10 and
Julius Parchen and John Vogt,
3132 S. Racine av., hurt when hit by
Archer av. car. Were in buggy.
Horse hurt. Shot.
Death of Mrs. Clara Bowers, 6624
S. Sangamon St., to be probed by cor
oner. George Malcolm, 1030 N. LaSalle
st., knocked unconscious while step
ping from Clark st car. First words
when revived were: "Are Germans
or allies winning?" He is English.
Joseph Limbert, 606 N. State st.,
fined $100 and obe year in pen for
taking purse from Mrs. M. E. Wolf.