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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 03, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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Y abeth Anderson, 2909 Logan blvd.,
killed by auto.
v Mrs. Catherine Ward, 231 N. Avers
av., rescued 5-year-old daughter
struggling with fish peddler in alley
near home. Assailant escaped.
City council local transportation
. body recommended extension of car
lines at 85th and Ashland and Craw
ford av. from Bryn Mawr.
Charles Winninger, husband of
v Blanche Ring, actress, eluded service
on $1,400 suit of J. H. Doring Co.,
Asheville, N. C.
H. A. Barkhauser, Green Bay, Wis.,
.. fined $15 and costs for resisting of
ficer when arrested with Ethel Court
. ney, 18 E. Grand av.
Annie Snear, 3, 6421 St. Lawrence
av., and Alice Hartwig, 2, 6419 St.
. Lawrence av., disappeared. Found
in candy store.
Mrs. Alice Cousins, 5232 Ingleside
av., arrested in quarrel over cat, dis
charged. Settled out of court.
Verdict "accidental death" at in-
quest over Eugene O'Neill, wife Ethel
and son Ed, killed by gas at 651 W.
Ludwig Kosnia, 1 year old, 658 N.
Curtis, overturned pail of hot water.
Joe B. Burtt, officer Chicago Bar
ass'n, asks crime prevention day
Chicago & Milwaukee Electric pat
rons protesting against rule that pas
senger must buy ticket if possible.
AMERICAN SHOT BY MEXICANS
Washington, June 3. Tampico
consul notified state department that
May 27 J. N. Bennett, American, was
shot and killed by Villistas, who fired
on boatload of Carranzistas, with
whom he was on his way from Pa-
nuco to Tampico. Details lacking.
A Welland (Ontario) man sought
to enlist, but was refused because he
had on each foot what is called a
"hammer toe." He promptly saw a
doctor, had the toes amputated and
WIFE OF WEALTHY MAN TRYING
TO GET HALF HIS PENSION
Charles H. Slack is reputed to be
a millionaire. Ten years ago he was
one of the biggest wholesale mer
chantmen in Chicago. Today he
lives in luxury in a beautiful home in
San Diego, Cal., says his wife.
Aside from his income, Slack gets
a pension of $30 a month, being a
civil war veteran. Today his aged
wife, Mrs. Harriet Slack, pleaded be
fore Pension Examiner Reed Hanna
for half of the pension allowance to
keep her from destitution.
Mrs. Slack says Slack deserted her
in 1908. She now is living with Mrs.
Hanna Spofford, 3355 W. Washington
blvd. She is 73 years of age.
Lawyers who say they represent
Slack are fighting the old woman's
attempt to get half of the $30 pension.
UNCLE SAM'S MAN ON THE JOB
Julius G. Lay, Washington, D. C,
American consul general at Berlin.
He has held diplomatic posts in Ca
nada, Spain, China, South Africa and