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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 26, 1913, Image 5

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
United Typothatae, 1650 Trans
portation, issued first-class trans
portation today to 10 to 15 strike
breakers to go from Chicago to Mo
line, El., to break a strike of union
pressmen and press feeders. The
men went at 1 o'clock in charge of
Williamson of the National Employ
ers' Association.
Thieve's performed a new freak
ro'bbery by carrying off four grave
markers, weighing a ton and a half,
from yard of Joseph Gast, monument
maker.
The Italian, about 40 years old,
whose body was f6und in an aban
doned dry cell factory near the Chi
cago & Northwestern tracks at Niles
Center, is believed to be a victim of
Black Handers. By his side, lay a
dozen or so black hand letters. B. J.
Blameuster, former owner of the dry
cell factory, found body which had
been dead about three-days.
jOtto Albers arrested in New York.
Charged by C. A. Wathier, Mid-City
Trust & Savings Bank, with forging
A. G.'Feigel's name to $450 check.
Health Commissioner Geo. B.
Young says kissing isn't dangerous if
"kept within bounds."
. Mr. and Mrs. John Fox, 2004 Al
bany av., married 43 years, died a few
minutes apart.
Five robberies in South Chicago
yesterday. No arrests.
Paul Peterson, detective, West Chi
cago station, badly bitten by dog
while chasing suspicious looking
men.
George O. Sanger, for 19 years an
employe of Armour & Co., Quincy,
HI., arrested on embezzlement
charge. ,
Alexander Ross, photographer, 419
E. 63d St., convicted of taking inde
cent liberties with Elizabeth Gris
wold, 8. 1 to 20 years.
Rev. Father Patrick Gildea, 45,
asst. pastor St. Kilian's Catholic
Church, 87th and Green sts., ac
cidentally killed by gas.
Health Commissioner Young will
have charge of new garbage reduc
tion plant.
Dr. Max Thorex, American Hos
pital, performed successful operation
for appendicitis on Robert Szerzino,
11 months old, 2614 W. Huron st
Dorothy Jens, 9742 Avenue H,
South Chicago, burned to death play
ing around bonfire.
John Armstrong, 11, 2257 Wash
burne av.,. badly crushed by Com
monwealth Edison Co. motor truck
driven by Leo Russ, 718 14th pi.
Robert H. Richter, 5941 Magnolia
av., arrested in Colonial Theater for
flirting with Mrs. Catherine Amstutz.
U. S. Labor Commissioner W. L.
Chambers is here to mediate differ
ence between employes and officials
of C, B. & Q. Railroad.
'Judge Dolan freed 14 men arrested
as gamblers at 1030 N. Clark st.
John Wille, heavyweight pugilist,
stopped runaway horse pulling car
riage which contained Myrtle Clem
erison, Niles Center, and her niece,
Helen Kelly, 9.
Roman Neumann, 1728 Wilmot st,
routed burglar with old army saber
he brought from Austria.
Lieut-Gov. Barratt O'Hara is now
Acting Governor of Illinois.
Band concerts in Grant Park and
Garfield Park tonight.
John Gaynor, 611 W. Madison st.,
knocked down by beggar whom he
had refused a dime. Man escaped.
Mrs. J. De Vos, Grand blvd. and
46th st., has rented 4-room flat for
exclusive use of her dog. He was kid
naped by dog catchers. Rescued.
Thief entered room of Lieut. J. J.
Bryan, U. S. N., at Stratford Hotel
and stole $1,000 worth of jewelry.
Police still searching for occupants
of "joy ride" car which ran down and.
killed Chas. Mitchell, Grant Park, El.,
at Chicago Heights.
Mrs. Chas. H. Coey, wife of auto
ist, filed suit for $10,000 against Chi
cago Motor Club and P. A. McHugh.

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