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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 05, 1913, Image 5

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One hundred passengers in panic
when Chicago & Oak Park elevated
train caught fire near Homan av.
station. Fire quickly extinguished.
Frank E. Censer, 4300 Emerald av.,
fined ?5 for pickink up old transfer
and offering it to street car conduc
tor.. Frank S. Frederick, 4907 Dearborn
St., "died today from burns received
when he stepped on electric wire,
August 22.
Federal Judge Landis denied appli
cation for writ for Officers Flannigan
and Carlin, who are wanted in Maca
tawa, Mich., for bringing Chas.
Schartenberg back to Chicago to tes
tify in Max Annenberg case.
Mrs. Mary Meyers, owner of Le
Clair Hotel', Monroe and Peoria sts.,
arrested on charge of running dis
orderly house.
Two men arrested on charge of
robbing several homes in Hegewisch.
Lieut. Wm. H. Darrow, member of
Chicago police force for 30 years,
died in St Mary's Hospital, 111 for
two months.
John Sbati, 3706 Eberhart av., in
jured when his delivery wagon was
struck by Wentworth av. car at 47th
Auto owned and driven by H. J.
Hulsmann, 1253 N. Clark St., caught
fire and was almost destroyed. $700
Armed bandit got -$35 from Louis
Lieberman, cafe owner, 1238 Wells st.
Proposal to unite two suburbs,
Villa Park and Spring Road, into one
community' bearing name of "Wood
row" after Wilson, voted down by
women residents.
David Rosenheim, wealthy butch
er, 4714 Kambark av., wants injunc
tion against Kenwood Theater, next
door, because strains of music lure
his children from their studies.
Charles G. Gates, well-known
young millionaire, -passed few hours
in Chicago on way to Minneapolis
from Kansas" City. s
Mrs. Helen Renich, 68, 1926 School
st, injured when auto in which she
and her son, William, were riding col
lided with one driven by Edw.'ZopeL
Frank A. Vogler, for 14 years with
Board of Review, has resigned.
Mrs. Lillian Bell Bogue, Chicago
authoress, seeking divorce from Ar
thur H. Bogue.
Walter A. Washburne elected pres
ident of the Chicago Press Club.
John V. Farwell, in speech at Chi
cago. Credit Men's Ass'n., expressed
his fear that politics had something
to do with the administration cur
rency bill.
Esther Keshek, 9240 Chauncey av.,
poured pail of hot water over Mrs.
E. E. Goodland, 9238 Chauncey av.,
after latter had killed one of her
chickens. Judge put Mrs. Kershek on
peace bonds.
George Kalina, 8, 819 W. Erie st.,
badly burned playing around bonfire.
Mrs. Wanda de Latour, who was
charged with murder of her husband,
Jan de Latour, freed by coroner's
jury. Decided it was suicide.
Thomas F. Russum filed suit for
divorce against Mrs. Jacquemina
Russum, naming Geo. W. Keeler and
charging infidelity. Keeler and Mrs.
Russum were arrested in a Denver
Hotel recently.
The Triburie and the Englewood
Law and Order League is still chas
ing down the cigar counter dice
Marie Kerrigan, T6, 627 W. 46th st.,
tried suicide by gas. Revived. Love
Gertrude Galland, 17, 2000 W. 25th
St., sought on charge of taking $25
from L. A. Sawalish's residence, 3134
Logan, blvd.
Mayor Harrison will fill vacancies
in positions of police sergeant from
eligible-Jlst of civil service commis
sion -within two weeks.
Mrs.- Mary ' Hennig, 58, 6542 S.
tGreen st, struck and badly injured
by dutp .owned and driven by. Henry
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