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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 21, 1913, Image 5

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Charles Blake, 2258 S. Wabash av.,
switchman, struck and killed by en
gine during snowstorm.
Mrs. Hans J. Willumsun, wife of
jeweler, 736 E. 50th pi., has claimed
$500,000 estate of late Alexander Du
vall, French vineyardist, who recent
ly died. Says she's his daughter.
John McDonald, 40, 2909 W. Polk
st, hurt when he slipped and fell
while boarding car.
E. E. McGraw, 54, 117 S. Lincoln
St., hurt when Madison st car struck
Capt. Halpin says he will have
Leegson murderer within 48 hours.
Fred A. Busse, former mayor of
Chicago, has come out openly as can
didate for that office again. Active
campaign will be launched immedi
ately. James C. McShane, the scrappy
attorney, may come out for Demo
cratic nomination for U. S. senator.
Dr. A. M. Oberman, 828 W. 14th
st., robbed of $16 on Halsted st car.
John H. Strosnider, one of men
said to be involved in Kirby wire
tapping deal, given indefinite peniten
tiary sentence.
President McCormick created 21
new jobs at County Hospital.
John S. Fielding, former cashier of
Northwestern Gas, Light & Coke Co.,
sentenced to from 1 to 10 years in
Joliet for embezzlement
Aid. Bradshaw has quit committee
formed to investigate immoral danc
ing. Not able to judge his excuse.
Petitions urging William Lorimer
to run for U. S. Senate again being
Wm. Keott, 7252 S. May St., killed
by Lake Shore switch engine.
Site near Bridewell selected for
new city isolation hospital.
Police searching-for four young
girls believed to have been lured
Roy Coriway, Newport, Ky., robbed
of $65 by two armed men in Michi
gan av. , n TroTT1"1?!
Andrew Peterson trailed his wife
and Chas. Anderson from New York
and caused their arrest at 2128 W.
Harrison st.
Illinois Central employes not al
lowed to have pictures of loved ones
in watch cases. Bosses thinks they
Mrs. Walter T. Dwight, 111 Grove
st, called police to prevent Rose
Bergenhammer, her maid, eloping
with. Albert Lee, an electrician. Too
good a maid. Wedding will take
place, however.
Fire of unknown origin destroyed
100 feet of government breakwater
.off E. Monroe st.
Four-year-old lost girl at Fillmore
st. police station.
Patrick Daley, salonkeeper, W.
Chicago av. and Orleans st, and 17
friends arrested while celebrating his
return from Ireland. Later dis
charged. Patrick Gubbins, detective, crawled
under moving wagon and saved Ray
Hubal, 8, 1304 Heath av.
Willis D. Shafer, advertising man,
1334 Madison Park, filed bankruptcy
proceedings.' Liabilities $92,888. As
sets, 46 cents.
Joseph Falco, 22, 2141 Emerson
st, shot and probably fatally wound
ed. Accuses his cousin, Camello
One hundred and thirty-one cases
heard in Morals Court yesterday.
$480 in fines taken.
John Kraft, Joliet, on trial for kill
ing Herman Muhsfelt because his
cigar offended his delicate nostrils.
Jane Addams says young girls at
Hull House are now more interested
in parliamentary law than they are
in needle work.
Aid. Stanley Kunz and County
Commissioner Stanley Kuflewski are
back in town telling how strong they
were down at Washington.
West Side Democratic Club, the
strong anti-Sabath organization, will
hold meeting tonight at Douglas.

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