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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 02, 1913, Image 6

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Eggs going down in price, due to
women's war. One store on South
Side selling at 31 cents a dozen.
Detective Edward Baynes had fin
ger amputated. Prisoner bit him.
Blood poison.
Frank Kozlowski, 1528 Haddon av.,
arrested for trying to "shoot up"
Milwaukee av., a la wild west.
Leo Czaskezcki, 1908 Wabansia
av., hanged himself in cell at West
Chicago avenue station. Feared wife
would learn of arrest.
State's Attorney Dady, Lake coun
ty, will ask jail sentences for women
who assisted in "rail riding" or Mrs.
John Richardson, Volo, HL
Mrs. Harry L. Clement and Mrs.
Angelina Strong, both wealthy, ar
lested when found lying on floor of
auto on Lake Shore Drive. Much
Body of Joseph Passello, 22, Gen
eva, 111., found hanging from beam in
C, B. & Q. freight car at W. 15th st-
Two Chicago av. cars crashed at N.
Green st. on account of fog. Passen
gers badly shaken up.
Joseph Tonnenberg, 43, 2119 Ken
dall st, struck by car. Fog.
Rabbi Abraham Schecter, 60, 1065
Maxwell St., struck by auto. Driver
of car -got away.
Seven youths arrested as bandits
by East Chicago av. police.
"Charley" Bartmos, manager Blue
Ribbon Cafe, 2108 S. Waba.sh av., in
hospital. Six stab wounds. Believed
love' affair. Police looking for Mar
shall Boynton.
'Lillian Dooley demands $50,000
from'City of Chicago. No informa
tion regarding suit can be obtained.
Hanish's plea for a new trial will
be heard by Judge Mack Dec. 5.
Ten banks purchased city bonds
yesterday. Sales for day $80,000.
Total $211,000.
Leo Czazkowski, 26, 1908 Waban
sia, arrested. Disorderly conduct.
Tried to hang self in cell. Afraid to
lace wife.
Chas. Howard Miller, 2140 W. Su-
perior st., arrested. Bigamy.
Henry F. Bumback, 537 E. 34th st.,
struck by car. Severely injured.
Death of Mrs. Jacob Mey blamed
on salve. Contained arsenic. Trying
to cure cancer. Dr. D. B. Freeman
Joseph Cwaukvich's grocery store,
10800 Hoxie av., caught fire last
night. Cwaukvich arrested.
Mrs. Anna O'Brien, widow of E. J.
O'Brien, discharged fireman, wants
pension. Claims husband did not
have fair trial.
Chief Gleason asked corporation
counsel to stop suit clubs. Wants to
know if suit clubs are gambling.
The superintendent of State School
for Girls near Aurora wants special
constabulary to keep boys away.
Arthur Lekander jailed for climbing
into girl's room.
Dorothy Harper, 1316 E. 62d st.,
will become an Indian princess by
Thomas J. O'Gara given .ten days
to answer charges of misappropria
tion of funds. Bondholders want
him removed as trustee of O'Gara
Coal Co.
Unknown man saw fog. Turned
in fire alarm. Five engine and two
truck companies responded.
E. M. Board, Evanston member of
County Board, denies mismanage
ment charges. Refused to open
books of Sonora Central Mine Co. to
-Mrs. William Hannan and son, 8911
Exchange av., slightly bruised. Stove
John M. Gallagher fined $25 for
driving automobile while intoxicated.
November sales at "postoffice $2,
240,489.51. Increase over last year
Chicago tax rates go up 20 per
cent. Every district to share in in
crease. Wm. E. Whitehead, 836 Lakeside
pL, real estate -broker, arrste'dtA

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