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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 16, 1913, Image 7

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LusczcM, teacher, fought duel with
knives. Lusczckl arrested.
Davfd Wahlstrom, 115 W. 109th st.,
and four members of family want
$90,50(Tfrom C. & E. I. R. R. Train
hit auto.
Otto E. Siebenmann, 2846 N. Hal
sted St., and Fred Meister, 2635 N.
Fulton St., slightly injured. Auto
truck 'hit by C. & N. W. train.
Pres. Wilson to speak at Union
League Club Feb. 22.
Wm. D. Kruse wants divorce. Wife
threw custard pie in face.
lyiiss Christine Rutherford, 5205 S.
Ashland av., frustrated kidnaping.
Jabbed assailant with hat pin.
Chas. Kovarik, 1628 W. 22d St., ar
rested. Tried to rob poor box at St.
Mary's Church, Joliet.
Mrs. S. R. Winchell, Mrs. R. A.
Hetherington and Miss Nina Simpson
rescued from blazing Castleton apart
ments, 308 S. Oak Park av. Big
Motion for new trial for Hanish
overruled. Must serve six months in
Bridewell and pay $2,500 fine.
"If men are to give up cigars, wo
men must give up cheap perfumes,"
wrote Joseph Williamson to election
board, when he heard that judges and
clerks will not be allowed to smoko
at polls this spring.
200 assorted patriots with 72 dogs
answered ati for supes for Mexican
war film. Ad fake. Men looking for
"Gen. Dusik."
Chicago motion picture men sub
scribed $1,000 to fight police cen
sorship. Call it "intolerable."
Seven men injured in saloon fight
at Hammond, Ind. Steve Wojack,
Thomas Lobas, Thomas Barton and
Thomas Kormac may die.
Police after beggars. "14 mendi
cants in cqurt.
Nathan's candy store, 1235 S. Hal
sted st., and Russian Candy Co.'s
stores, Ogden av., raided by pure food
inspectors. Much candy destroyed.
Contained coating of shellac.
Five men wounded by railroad de
tectives. James Lyons, 3232 Archer
av., and Harry Morand, St. Loui3,
may die. Wm. Young, 363 W.. Gar
field blvd.; Stephen Bikuan, 149 W.
45th st., and John Taloon, 149 W.
45th., seriously injured. Edward
Lloyd and Martin McDonough, rail
road watchmen, charged with" shoot
ing, released.
Grand jury to hear vote fraud per
jury charges. Judge announces
Goldman will be held. Decision as to
Minski uncertain.
City to demand track elevation be
tween Canal st. and N. Ashland av.
Funkhouser nabbed Otto C. Huey,
6711 Cottage Grov6 av. Prisoner ad
mitted he might have slain Mrs.
Francis Leland, 6411 Maryland av.,
while drunk.
Dr. C. N. Noble, 424 S. State st.,
arrested. Alleged to have taken
purse containing $424. Fred Baur,
130 W. Chicago av., complainant.
Robert Linn, mining promoter, on
trial before Federal Judge Mack.
Charged with using mails to defraud.
11 or 12 honor prisoners discharg
ed by Judge Mahoney. The other,
John Schaefer, fined $5.
Mrs. Katy Sokolowski, 2332 High
st., abandoned 5-months'-old baby.
Arrested. Said hospitals refused to
take baby on account of having in
fectious disease.
Gambling trial on Dec. 18. "26"
games cases early in spite of opposi
Denver, Col., Dec. 16. With ar
rival of Int. Pres. John P. White, ofii
cials of United Mine Workers took
preliminary steps toward bring indi
vidual damage suits for $50,000 each
against state of Colorado and indi
vidual militia officers serving in
strike field, alleging detention with
out cause of union men and union
leaders by militiamen.
Ten thousand acres are planted to
figs in Tift county, Georgia. The
owners figure on making a profit of
about $100 an acre.

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