OCR Interpretation


The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 09, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1913-08-09/ed-2/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Auto driven-by Mme. 0. M. Zug-
schwert, Plaza Hotel, ran over curb
and smashed through plate glass
window of beauty parlor at 634 Lin
coln parkway. 'No one injured.
Louis Giles, 121 N. 'Morgan st.,
broke right leg by fall in passage
way. Left leg is cut off below knee.
Walks on crutch.
' Gambling squad raided apart
ments of former Congressman Chas.
S. Wharton, top floor of stockyards
postoflice building and made five ar
rests. Warrant issued for arrest of Rev.
J. Smith, 3425 W. 63d pi., .pastor
Chicago Lawn Congregational
Church, on charge of wife and child
abandonment.
Five Italian laborers buried in cave
in, near Graceland cemetery. Rescued
by fire companies. None seriously
hurt.
Dance and reception of Young
People's Socialist League will be held
in their headquarters, 1432 W. Madi
son St., at 8 p. m. this evening.
W. W. Charles, retired real estate
dealer, 3223 Indiana av., ran down
and probably fatally injured by auto
owned by Dr. Robert Sonnenschein,
3744 Prairie av., and driven by Chauf
feur George Margin.
Robert T. T. Milligan, founder of
"Kingdom of Vineyard of God," re
cently convicted for trying to attack
Alice Turrentine, 6929 Wentworth
av., sentenced to from 1 to 14 years.
Daylight burglars got jewelry
worth $950 from home of J. H.
Schneider, 715 Sheridan road.
Emma Schram, 1606 S. Paulina st.,
jumped off Lincoln Park high bridge.
Rescued by Policeman Joseph Lang
lois. Herbert Stepulal, 4721 Winthrop
av., cashier for Foreman & Hoch
mesiter, brokers, arrested on -charge
of embezzling $3,000.
Evanston street cars began run
ning yesterday for first time since
July 3. ,
Mrs. Mamie Rogers, 5488 Ellis av.,
tried to die by gas. Rescued by neigh
bors. Crazed with pain from having
te"eth extracted.
Harry Ellis, 1641 W. 104th pi., tele
graph construction supt., Cudahy Co.,
arrested on complaint of several
boys. Case continued. $15,000 bonds.
Joseph Riley, 609 Independence
blvd., thrown from motorcycle at
Michigan and Clark sts. by auto own
ed and driven by Richard Sullivan,
624 Garfield av. Badly bruised.
Chicago life saving station, at
mouth of river, attacked by flames.
Judge Daniel G. Gregg, Marshall
county court, named temporary suc
cessor to Judge Cutting of Probate
Court.
City and .county will demand
higher taxes from big corporations.
Police looking for. Julia McKellar,
10, 1517 W. Harrison st. Foster fath
er believes his wife, from whom he is
separated, may have taken her.
Fire caused $20,700 damage to 4
story brick building at 510-12 S.
Wabash av.
Frederick George Smith, .Western
manager McClave, Brooks & Co., ac
cused of bigamy in bill for divorce
filed yesterday. '
Five alleged poker players arrested
in raid at 4191 S. Halsted st. (5has.
S. Wharton booked as keeper.
Robert Cade, wanted in connec
tion with murder of Benny Holstein,
said to be in Valparaiso, Ind.
William Eggleston, 24, 4305 Oak
enwald av., rescued from drowning
at foot of E. 43d st. by George
Stroner, his roommate.
Cardinal Gibbons, who was in Chi
cago yesterday, dropped hint that
Archbishop Quigley may soon be car
dinal. A. M. Leach, San Francisco man
who spent three years in Mexico, was
in Chicago yesterday. Says actual
anarchy exist in Mexico.
Joseph Buda probably fatally
burned by molten metal at Iroquois

xml | txt