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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 16, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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thief who got rubber from West Side
Cora Drew, Joliet, saved by pint of
blood given by niece, Gladys Shaw.
Three-day conYerencey on treat
ment of deaf started in Concordia
Lutheran church. ' '
Felix Kucharski, ex-candidate for
board of equalization, in court. Told
voters how to vote in polling booths
of 29th ward.
David White and Gene Hodge, ne
groes, arrested after gun fight on
charge of robbing man at 33d and
v 'H. C. Clabaugh, U. S. bureau of
investigation, denied Japanese plot
to aid Mexicans.
Giuseppe Espozzi, Palermo, Sicily,
deported when authorities found out
he killed daughter in old country.
Gertrude Whisler, 16, Marion, Ind.,
who tame to Chicago to learn toe
dance, sent home last night by po
lice. Chas. Warwick, 634 N. Clark, sui
cide. Gas. Tired of life, note said.
Plans for new I. C. depot at 12th
and Park Row not given to city yes
terday. Delayed one week.
Thos. Light, 5319 Indiana av.f tried
suicide. Wife repulsed him. May
Cong. A. J. Sabath sued for $3,000
by Att'y F. W. Walker. For fees.
George Richardson, Morrison ho
tel, hurt when auto turned over at
Lincoln pkwy. and Goethe st
Local committee to raise money J
for Irish relief organized yesterday at
Hotel La Salle meeting. '
State board of health says there
have been 500 cases of Infantile pa
ralysis in Illinois.
Henry Bottsford, 80, sold Board of
Trade seat for $6,0100. Record price.
Arthur Johnson, Independence
Park, comm'r, indicted for fraud in
connection with electrical work.
Three auto robbers frightened
away from saloon of Jos, Schart,
1656 Grace st.
Nothing determined in inquest over
MrSt Claude Veasey, Senatobia, Miss.,
killed in C. & M. electric crash, Aug.
Harold Bryant, Lake Forest, of
Everglades Land Co., Florida, plead
not guilty before Judge Landjs. Trial
Dec. 4. Up for fraud.
Six arrested as strikers who threw
bricks through window of Atlas taxL
Louis Moore, 1801 Indiana av., ar
rested when found in stolen car at
12th and Michigan. Wife, ill, ,also in
Over 200 policemen .got lessons
yesterday on how to get auto
Ed Matheson, Keokuk, la., arrested
here in bum stock deaL
Kate Sidor sued Victoria hotel
owners. Says brick fell on her head.
Gasoline launch Pilot towed into
harbor by U. S.' coast guard. Two
John D. Shoop, sup't of schools,
brought home today. Recovering
from auto accident injuries.
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EVIDENCE OF AUTO-STEALING
TRUST IN HOYNE'S HANDS
Sensational evidence concerning
the existence of a $1,000,000 trust in
stolen autos is said to be in the
hands of State's Att'y Hoyne. Yes
terday he secured indictments
against Ira Bond, reputed millionaire
of Minneapolis; Lem Nutter, North
Side character, and "Big Bill" Ra
venkamp. The charges against all
three were receiving stolen property
and grand larceny.
Bond was caught in Minneapolis
yesterday. He is said to be the head
of a band of thieves which'has stolen
2,000 cars in Chicago alone since the
first of the year. Nutter and Raven
kamp are still at large.
Bond was landed by Hoyne after
Earl Harris and Edward Arnheim
made confessions that Bond had
hired them to steal autos. Four oth
er men, believed to have been mem
bers of the syndicate, are being held
by the Minneapolis police. They are
John B. MH'sr, Edgar Stevens, Mar
Ua Peterson and JghnRjjhiu.
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