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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 07, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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Schroeder, who says he threatens to
kin her when she comes to collect
Anna Geiger, 4, 1746 W. Grand av.,
badly bruised when struck by Grand
Examination for position of sec'y
of board of Civil Service Com'n to
be held Dec. 3; $3,000 job.
Jerome Edson, wanted in 2 wire
tapping cases, brought back from St.
"Caesar," half bull and half fox
terrier, averages 17 rats a night in
county jail. County recorder's office,
which requested his use, refused.
Five houses raided by secret ser
vice men. Six counterfeiters and out
Elizabeth Tapscott, 6640 Minerva
av., broke right arm when she fell
from I. C. train at 67th.
Alexander O'Hare held up in gro
cery store, 3826 Rhodes av., by 2
C. Klemperer, furniture dealer, 330
S. Wabash av., pinched on charge of
operating con game by Mrs. Mabel
Williams. Agreed to return $26 with
which she had bought bed never de
livered. William Frye, saloonkeeper, 173
N. Clark st, discharged by judge on
charge of .embezzlement brought by
Wells-Pargo Express Co., for whom
he was agent.
Northwestern train ran off track at
Mayfield Junction. Traffic delayed
John Redmond, Northwestern "L''
ticket agent Schiller station, held up
by two bandits for third time in six
monthsj $18 taken.
Police searching for 2 doctors and
midwife in connection with death of
Mrs. Mary Strajna, 810 W. Erie.
Mrs. Ella Greenfield, 1144 N. Wood
st, struck by Milwaukee av., car;
Mrs. Helen Johnson, 77, died sud
denly of heart disease in home at
3011 Indiana av.
Mayor and other city officials re
ceived letters from Elmer TJordstrom,
367 W. Chicago av., who claims city
owes him $48,000 from old damage
suit. Officials deny this.
John Peha, 1943 Ferdinand,
pinched after cutting Joseph Johezy;
2017 W. Grand av., who objected to
Peha's attentions to wife.
August Raimee, 70, suicided with
gas in rooming house at 1310 Cly
bourn av. Ill health.
Mrs. Henry Metzger, 10729 Ste
phanson av., had husband pinched
for wife abandonment. Metzger
said he couldn't find work and went
to look for some. Put to work in
Boyle Woolfolk, theatrical produc
er, 36 W. Randolph, filed petitiph. in
bankruptcy. Liabilities, $13$f80; as
sets, $87. -
Walter Benson taken back to
Youngstown, O., to face charge of
stealing 30 pay checks from Erie
Railroad, amounting to $3,000.
Earl Baker, former postal clerk,;
sentenced to six months in Bride
well for destroying parcel post pack
ages. Found mentally deficient.
Judge Baldwin got down to work
before bailiff yesterday. Closed
door. Stooped to pick up letters.
Bailiff entered. Door knocked judge
W. H. Foucart, student Kent Col
lege of Law, discharged for want of
prosecution. Was arrested with
other students in water fight Hallow
Mrs. Anton Brachtendorf, de
ceased wife of former alderman, left
estate of $12,500. Bequeathed hus
band's gold star to nephew.
Involuntary petition in bankruptcy
filed against Am. Cinematograph
Co., 6i7 W. Jackson blvd. Liabilities,
75 jurors who completed 2 weeks'
service in Judge Brentano's court,
passed resolutions forming Brentano
Boosters' Club. Courteous treat
Clarke Loomis, former pres. of
Nat'l Advertising Agency, to be ques
tioned by federal authorities regard-
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