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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 06, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 9',
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'American good roads congress, to
start Nov. 14.
'Mrs. Alice "Houghton Brownlee,
"the mine doctor," as she is known
ail over U. S., in Chicago.
Two gasoline launches worth $1,
100 stolen from Calumet River near
Lexington av. Police notified.
Thomas O'Neill and Charles Smith,
arrested for breaking into grocery
and stealing 40 dozen eggs, held to
grand jury by judge
Mrs. Julia Page. 4407 Wabash av.,
had two ribs broken by purse-snatch-ers
who pusher her over low fence
Home of John Black, 4526 Mich
igan av., broken into by burglars.
August Raimer, 70, 1310 Clybourn
av., suicide. Gas. Ill health.
Patrick McCarthy, 1919 S. Hamlin
av., had both legs broken by auto of
James Merecek, 3011 S. Trumbull
av., stepping off car.
Two men arrested by Arthur Mil
ler and his wife when they .tried to
give him a bad check for his auto.
Mabelle Charlebois, 3701 N. Hal
sted st., charged with assault by
Mrs. Lynn Lyle, 4018 Wilcox av.,
who also charges her with improper
conduct with her husband, fined
Mary Decker, 228 W. North av.,
pinched for having vicious dog. Dog
in court. Has one tooth. Discharged.
Carl Schwinn, 3032 N. Racine av.,
saloonkeeper, found by wife in gas
filled room. Financial reverses.
Evanston Police Magistrate Boyer
will not hold any more daybreak
court. Aroused yesterday to go to
station to sign bonds.
Sparks from engine set fire to dry
Weeds, waist high around the Skokie
Country Club and volunteer fire brig
ades fought fire all yesterday.
Anna Pullen, 445 N. Western av.,
died at County Hospital from cuts re
ceived when she tried to stop fight in
home Oct. 10; 4 persons held.
Three safeblowers started to work
in plant of Sidney Wanzer & Sons'
dairy, 19 E. 30th, last night, after
tying and gagging watchmen. Scared
G. Giordano bought horse from P.
Nardi for $40. It had one springy
leg. Giordano thought it had two, so
he had Nadi arrested. Judge Wade
Irove horse around loop. Said horse
had one bad leg. Discharged Nadi.
Maclay Hoyne's secretary, Edward
J. Fleming, married yesterday to
Edith Johnson, Streator, HI.
Victor Miles, 19, high school stu
dent, shot and killed self ia basement
of home at 6816 Perry av. Left note
stating he feared insanity.
Mrs. Mary Viastnik asked for writ
of habeas corpus yesterday against
husband and mother-in-law, charging
them with kidnaping baby.
William Feldman, 1248 S. Central
Park av., suing for divorce, testified
he gave wife $29 out o f$30 salary
and when he refused to tell her what
became of remaining dollar she left
Mysterious prisoner, who police say
is murderer of Frark Hagenow, shot
hf rooming house at 2950 calumet
av., Wednesday,, held at Cottage
SIEGEL MAY BE SENT TO JAIL
ON NEW CHARGE
New York, Nov. 6. Indicted on
fourteen separate charges of grand
larceny, Henry Siegel, whose failure
for millions left many East Side de
positors in his private bank destitute,
may possibly be tried only on a mis
demeanor charge. Five hundred dol
lars' fine with no jail penalty is the
minimum penalty in a misdemeanor
case. The mixamum penalty is a
year's imprisonment in the peniten
tiary or a $500 fine or1 both. By good
behavior this year's terms could be
cut to ten months.
Ass't Dis't Att'ys William Dean Em
bree and Arthur Train, who will have
charge of prosecuting the one-time
"merchant prince," admitted today
that they have every reason to be-
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