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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 22, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 31',
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f Jas. Nelson, letter carrier, who saw
him entice 3 little girls into alley.
Lawyer for Harry Eng Chong,
Chinaman on trial for murder, try
ing to prove that man he is accused
of murdering is not dead. Trial still
L. W, McDowell, 109 S. Sangamon,
aught robbing poor box of St
fPtephen's Catholic church, N. Sanga
mon and W. Ohio, by Father Sullivan.
1 Mrs. Belle Cheney, 1212 W. Wash
ington, died in County hospital.
Spinal injury. Was wrestling with
woman friend. Police looking for
Harriet Murray, 12 5345 Lake Park
av., bitten by dog when she shielded
Helen Gardiner, 9, 5472 Lake Park
J. J. Rosenblatt, head of small
parks commission, said commission
would not object to one piece bath
ing suits on beaches under their con
trol. : Arthur Heck, Chicago engineer,
married to Regina Lohr, at 1;30 a.
m. this morning in Crown Point De
layed by engine trouble and three
Fred Schmidtz, 453 W. 25th, killed
by auto driven by Percival Robbins"-
Bright at 69th and Racine. Bright
held by police.
Woman whose skull was fractured
Tuesday night by auto at Washing
ton blvd. and Waverly ct, identified
as Mrs. Carry Hiltwein, 2839 War
.Jane Addams will arrive home to
morrow. Failed in her attempt to get
nations at war to arbitrate.
Sam Cuti, 2036 W. Ohio, shot by
blackhanders Sunday, died.
0.' William Baker, 3353 S. Ashland av.,
suicided with gas. Leaves wife and
Executor of will of Frank Graves,
financier who suicided, says Graves
worried over complaints of clients.
Chief Healey ordered paddle wheel,
which Herald "exposed," closed in
Riverview. Others, not owned by
' politicians, running full blast
MILITIA STANDS READY TO
CLASH WITH RIOTERS
Bayonne, N. J.f July 22. With sev
eral regiments of militia standing in
readiness to answer call from Sheriff
Kinkead, Bayonne was still in hands
of Standard Oil Co.'s 5,000 rioting
strikers today. Troops will not be
called unless new complications arise,
sheriff said today.
Bayonne was city of terror last
night Strikers applied torch to sev
eral outbuildings around the plants
and fire department, wearied by
strenuous efforts during the day, la
bored all night to prevent the blaze
reaching oil and naphtha tanks. A
long string of box cars was destroyed.
Fire department called out to ex
tinguish a blaze In telegraph office
of Standard Oil Co. at Avenue J and
22d st Fire, according to police, was
started by strikers.
ROOTERS RIOT REAL MUSIC TO
Albert .Spalding, famous violinist,
is the son of the man who makes the
much-used baseball. The rooters'
chorus is his favorite summer time