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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 01, 1913, Image 6

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iiecLOi's ca'uaict, fuiii viociuou ic was
decent. Mayor Harrison refused to
O. K. his expense account.
Raymond E. Hutchens, 55, glove
dealer, shot self at home, 1225 Dear
born av. Dead.
Gustav Litzow, 42, 4840 Irving
Park blvd., out of work. Poison.
Widow and four children.
John Bishop, clerk, suicided in
room at 3819 Vincennes av. Gas.
August G. Palm, musician, 3018
Sheffield av., shot himself at home
of Mrs. Christina Fruh, 3253 Evans
ton av. Probably fatal. Went there
for wife. Had been separated three
Mrs. Edith B. Quinn, 46 North Tal-
man av, dead. Poison. West Side
Unidentified man tried to attack
Lucy Callahan, 10, near her home,
1040 N. Franklin st; escaped from
crowd attracted by girl's cries.
Mayor has ordered another inves
tigation of street car company kid
napings because of Californiaand W.
North av. collision.
Mayor promises to veto measure
allowing movies to evade ventilation
ordinances railroaded through coun
cil by Aid. Schaeffer.
A. R. Miller, 2432 W. 38th st., dis
trict manager U. S. Kellastone Co.,
555 McCormick bldg., missing since
Tuesday.' Wife appealed to police.
Wm. Wrigley, Jr., sued for $50,000
by Albert L. Amott, milk company
chemist, who says auto collision near
McHenry, 111., cost him his right eye.
Mrs. Augusta Dietz and Geo. Nurn
berg indicted for murder of woman's
husband, Geo. Dietz. Dietz murder
ed in bed in home, 733 Aldine av.,
April 14 last. Mrs. Dietz and Nurn
berg had been meeting secretly.
Robert (Teddy) Webb sentenced
for life for murder of Detective Peter
Hart. Joliet next week.
Mrs. Ella G. Kuder, artist, 1128
Center st, suing People's Gas Light
& Coke Co. for $40,000 damages. Al
most suffocated by gas from stove
sold her by company.
i nai oi Jenny daoatiiio lot uamo
porting Agnes O'Neill from Chicago
to Gary for immoral purposes begun
before U. S. Judge Geiger.
Council orders for purchase of two
garbage incinerator sites, passed
Wednesday, appropriate no money
for purchase. Comptroller Traeger
will ask corporation counsel what
to do.
Judge Petit entered order for grand
jury to sit through August term of
court. First time in years.
The Thomas Cusack billboard trust
set up wail before board of review for
cut in $4,500,000 assessment. Noth
ing doing so far.
Edw. R. Mahoney, Journal city edi
tor, appointed comptroller of sanitary
district, $5,000 a year job.
Joseph Pollet, 5, 1447 Cornell st.,
knocked down and perhaps fatally in
jured by horse ridden by Leo. Girlach,
1534 Augusta st.
Civil Service Commissioner John
J. Flynn says ten policewomen to be
appointed by Mayor Harrison should
be unmarried.
British government says it is cost
ing Marshall Field's Chicago estate
$1,000,000 a year to keep Marshall,
Henry and Gwendolyn Field, the
three grandchildren, in England.
J. T. Russell, pres. of National Mas
ter Butchers' Ass'n., cheerfully an
nounces price of meat will continue
to soar and that within ten years
American people will hardly know
taste of it.
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An amateur golf-player, struggling
wearily over the links, made a partic
ularly bad stroke, and tore up a large
piece of turf. Lifting the turf in his
hand, he said to his caddie, "What
on earth am I to do. with this?" "If
I was you," the boy answered, "I'd
take it up to the hotel to practice on,
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Buenos Ayres has planted along its
streets and in its parks no fewer than
142,000 trees within the last ten

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