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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 04, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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smashed furniture. Told police he
must have been drinking.
Walter Fisher, 5430 Kimbark av.,
sec'y Cadillac Auto Co., in court on
wife abandonment charge. Spouse
after separate maintenance.
Arthur J. L'Ecuyer, recently a ju
ror who committedInsane persons
to asylums, sent to state asylum for
insane at Elgin.
Michael Mikolyczuk, 1224 Noble,
paid visit to wife of Jacob Novak,
1424 Dickson. Scalded by Novak.
Joseph Artwohl, 2308 Belmont av.,
sought by police for threatening wife,
suicide. Gas. Demented.
Timothy Carroll, policeman, Chi
cago av. station, arrested two Ital
ian peddlers for crying wares. Mob
took men from patrol wagon.
Peter Rutland, 76, 'arraigned in
South Chicago court for beating son
Mathew, 28. "Father and son should
be friends at least," said Judge. Dis
charged. David Allen, colored, elder of St.
John's M. E. church, Jackson blvd.
and St. Louis av., fined $5 for ask
ing alms on street.
Dr. Wm. E. Holland, 5502 East
End av, says was hurt when ejected
from Cottage Grove av car. Broke
"back platform" rule. May sue.
Mrs. Catherine Steele, 3628 Went
worth av., lost purse to negro
snatcher. Contained $5.45.
Mrs. Mary Korbeck, 3627 S. La
Salle, had purse taken by negro
holdup man at 36th and Wentworth
av Lost $7.
Chicago Woman's club job bureau
got $1,000 from Mrs. Potter Palmer.
To be used to make work for women.
Albert Brand, 3226 S. Leavitt,
killed by shot from gun held by
W. J. Campbell, 558 W. Madison.
"Didn't know it was loaded."
Maternity hospital, conducted by
the Osteopathy School of Medicine,
to be built in Chicago.
Poor roads again blame'd for high
cost of living by Henry Paulman in
address to good roads com'n a
Jules Raymond, principal of "Ray
mond poison mystery," getting bet
ter at hospital. Wife in California.
Mrs. Carter Harrison, wife of
mayor, writing movie scenarios. Us
ing plots from her novels.
"My assistants are not in private
practice." Corporation Counsel
W. L. Hausman, druggist, 1860
Milwaukee av., fined $50. Clerk sold
morphine without prescription.
C. R. Hemstreet, deaf mute, over
whose extradition Judge Gemmill and
Gov. Dunne quarreled, freed by Iowa
court. Back in Chicago. Had trou
ble with wife.
Pile of 200,000 condemned .eggs
burned at 26th and lake front Thurs
day. Popped like guns when heated.
Joseph Lanzgrath, 70, Blue Island,
murdered. Son, 15, held pending in
quest. Police seeking another suspect.
Mrs. Cassie Tichkus, 2743 W. 37th
pi., found dead. Shot. Gustave
Nivitski, boarder, and John Jacobs,
3821 S. California av., held. May be
Walter Powers elected pres. of Fra
ternal Order of Eagles, Aerie No. 19.
Police service of Chicago to be
discussed at Saturday afternoon
luncheon of the City club.
Family sole beneficiaries of Louis
Bierfield, picture frame man. Left
property worth $90,000.
Edward Tumbley, 1858 W. 57th, out
of work. Was given job as teamster
by friend. Disappeared with horse
and wagon. Arrested and sent to
jail for 6 months.
Auto of H. P. Smith, 1002 Elm
wood av., in crash with car at Mon
roe and Wabash av. Four hurt pain- -fully.
Home of E. M. Skinner, Evanston,
robbed of jewelry worth $750.
Five men, believed robbers, held at
Warren av. police station.