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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 17, 1913, Image 6

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Council committee demands 4 new
"L" stations. Want three new stops
on South Side lines.
A. Morrell, 60, cattle dealer, Stev
ens Point, Wis.ltilled by State st. car.
Man calling himself .Jesse James
started rough house in saloon. Ten
days in Bridewell.
Police searching for Herman Wil
kens. Brother dying in Los Angeles.
Police operators want increase
lrom $1,100 to $1,300.
Otto C. Huey, alleged slayer of
Mrs. Francis Leland, 6411 Maryland
av., said to have weakened.
Ordinance requiring police to es
cort drunks home referred to sub
committee. Prokopio Tsimpros, proprietor
shoe shining stand, indicted. Said to
have violated contract labor immi
gration law.
John Kamper, owner of building at
N. Peoria st. a"nd Grand av., wants
city enjoined. Fears water tunnel
under property will cause house to
Reported kidnaping of Bessie Bern
stein, 6, 1315 Johnston St., untrue.
Lost her way.
Charles Koverik, 1628 W. 22d st.,
confessed- Robbed poor box and at
tacked priest.
Will of Abel A. Putman Tiled. $1,
000,000 to widow andsons.
Antonio Deleven, W. 50th St., killed
by C. & W. L train.
Home of Peter Nanni, 635 Wells st.,
entered. Graphaphone and type
writer taken.
Fire hydrant at W. 12th st. and S.
Halsted st. burst Basements flooded.
Carl Preetorius, music teacher, 116
S. Michigan av., discharged by Judge
Mahoney. Was accused of taking
$125 ring. Proved it was security for
Otoman Hanish preparing appeal.
Fined $2,500 and 6 months. Bond
Mrs. Harry Seigel and Mrs. Freda
Bosenbexg; 1346 N. Maplewood avH
arrested. Smashed each other in
jaw. Held for disorderly conduct.
Two new 5-passenger autos for fire
marshals. Can make 70 miles an
hour. i
Miss Lillian Crosby, San Antonio,
Tex., arrested. Said to have defraud
ed jeweler of $1,300 in diamonds.
Butter up to 45 cents. Cows'
blamed by dealers.
Pet lamb stolen from barn of Ru
dolph Wohlfiel, 1448 W. 15th st
Death penalty will be asked for
John O'Donnell, alleged murderer of
Phillip Sullivan, saloonkeeper.
Mike Belisi, C. Negi, Herman Eck
stein and Angelo Busico arrested.
Said to have padded pay-rolls of Con
sumers' Ice Co.
John Domanski, 29, 1344 "Black
hawk av., arrested. Planned robbery
to "get even."
Mrs. Henrietta Herring wants hus
band arrested. Abandonment.
Miss Sarah E. Wiley, 40, Nashville,
Tenn., seriously injured at 1375 E.
57th st. Boiler exploded.
5,579 men flopped at Municipal
Lodging House last week.
Date for vote fraud trial to be set
today. Perjury charges to wait.
Receiver framed for Trowbridge &
Niver Co. Owe $600,000.
Terminal negotiations stalled. Can-,
not agree upon compensation.
Arthur Miller, 1029 N. Ashland av.,
fined $400. Speeding. Sent to
City Waste Commission wants
$600,000 for acquiring loading and
disposal station sites.
Mrs. Gladys Linn awarded $200 by
jury against United Brotherhood of
Carpenters. Union refused to pay.
Husband died of delirium tremens. '
William T. Merig, suspended supt.'
Lake Shore playground, held to grand
jury by Judge Hopkins. Said to be
guilty of offenses against four small i
girls. Bond $3,000.
Miss Francis Harris wants $50,000 j
from Walter E. Niemann, millionaire - I

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