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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 25, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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whether running or not, and requir
ing mufflers.
Jerry Stundr, 7, 2100 Hastings, run
over by coal wagon. May die. Wm.
Moore, 321 N. Oakley av., driver,
held.
Ben Block, 4951 Ashland av., held
up in barn by two men. They got
$10.
Anna Rumf, 3629 N. Lawndale av.,
died in night school class of Sahurz
high school. Heart disease.
Mrs. Lawrence Hey worth, 7716
Lake Park'av., shot burglar who es
caped with loot.
John Peters, fireman, cut; several
overcome, when fire destroyed gro
cery at 312 W. Madison. Loss $25,
000. Mrs. Jennie Bland, 1851 W. Van
Buren, tried suicide. "Sweetheart,
"Peggy" O'Day, 336 S. Winchester
av., killed in bar fight
WARRANT CHARGES SLE.UTH
WITH ASSAULT
A warrant was sworn out late yes
terday fcy Harry B. Gabel, attorney,
11112 Michigan av., charging John
Carton, Central Detail det. seg't, with
assault and battery upon Geo. Yous
tra, 8430 Drexel av.
Gabel says Youstra was arrested
and quizzed by the police as to the
whereabouts t)f his uncle, Thos. Inns,
wanted as a suspect in murder of
Louis Lichtenstein.
"Youstra's nose was broken by a
blow from Cartan's blackjack," said
Gabel, "and he was later given" the
'third degree' ten times at the police
station.
"When they turned him loose his
clothes were saturated with blood
down to his shoes and he was told
not to talk or they would 'get his
job and have him fined in court"
Carton's police friends today de
nied that the charges against him
had foundation.
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Springfield. Peoria city ordinance
compelling vaccination of school
children, upheld by supreme court
MILLER GIVEN CHANCE TO
HAND OWNERS OF DIVE
PROPERTY A JOLT "
If City Prosecutor Harry B. Miller
wants ta hurt the property owners
who rent their buildings for immoral
purposes he now has the legal weap
on with which to do it The supreme
court has upheld the Kate Adams
law, which provides for the closing
for a period of one year all buildings
used for immoral purposes. The
Committee of Fifteen are anxious to
see just how far Miller will go.
Other decisions of supreme court:
Conviction of Jos. Gordon of
fraudulently altering ballot in 16th
precinct, 18th ward, upheld.
City ordinance requiring common
carriers to keep milk on ice in tran
sit declared unconstitutional.
In case of Taylor-Critchfield Co.
again Cook county treasurer, court
held state board of equalization has
no legal power to assess capital stock
of printing establishments.
American Telephone & Telegraph
Co. permitted to purchase stock of
Interstate Independent Telephone &
Telegraph Co.
Attorney Geo. Pfuhl, Chicago, dis
barred. Barney Melnick, Chicago, convict
ed oMarceny, will go to prison.
Edw. McCombs, Chicago, must go
to prison on serious charge.
Conviction of Chas. Simmons, Chw
cago, on manslaughter charge, re
versed. ,
Court refused to issue mandamus
sought by Peoples Gas Light & Coke
Co. to compel restoration of 0-cent
gas case-to Judge Gibbons.
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SKfD SAVES $3,200
Four auto bandits robbed Wm.
Groneman, 2014 Cuttom av., mes
senger for Lake View Trust & Sav
ings bank, of $3,200." Their auto
skidded. Hit curbstone. Bandits
thrown out. Edw. Newberg, 1409
Sedgewick, caught Others escaped
Money, found n car . " .

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