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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 28, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 30

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Behumil Michalek wants $25,000
damages for alleged slander. Claims
former sweetheart, Mrs. Henrietta
Simecek, 1105 N. JHornan st who
won $8,000 breach of-promise suit,
hurt his reputation by testimony of
fered in court.
Hugie Hughes, famous auto driver,
wanted by police for passing $129
check on De Jonghe Hotel Co., 12 E.
Monroe st.
J. C. Carney, undertaker, arrested
for speeding, fined $25. Broke. Ask
ed judge for time until death would
bring cash.
Stanley Satrek, alleged hold-up
man, captured after exciting pistol
Grand rally for Aid. J. Edward
Clancy will be held at Conway Hall,
Lake and Western av., Thursday,
Jan. 29, 8 p. m.
Dynamiting of old piling in South
Branch river at W. Jackson St., stop
ped by police. Menaced "L" road.
Dr. John Bennett, dentist, and
Waldemar Standow, 547 N. Dearborn
St., held for larceny.
Mrs. Virginia Brooks Washbourne
attacks vice conditions in 1st ward.
Claims that Miss Marion Drake
would put an end to conditions.
Mrs. Edith Hoffhiemer, 31, 2d
floor, quarreled with Mrs. Podman
Robeson, 3d floor. 21 families in
apartment become involved in squab
ble. Judge Goodnew threatened to
put "whole apartment under peace
Chicago City Railway wants au
thority to borrow $4,000,000 and is
sue $1,400,000 in bonds.
Mrs. Eva Conrad, 908 Webster av.,
caught wedding ring in clothes line.
Finger badly torn. Amputated.
Policeman Daniel J. Barton, al
leged to have freed Jacob Nozovi
jurek, 413 N. Desplaines St., for $3
and rusty revolver, to be brought be
fore trial board.
Northwest Side Commercial Ass'n
will meqt 12:30 noon, Thursday, Jan.
29, at Gersten's Cafe, Ashland and
Division sts. Sheriff Michael zimmer,
principal speaker. .
"Dago Frank" Lewis discharged by,j
Judge Beitler. Detectives reprimand
ed by judge for shooting up dive. ,
School tract investigators tor
question six witnesses. Two new
buildings wanted by board. ,T
Mrs. Herman A. Bommer, jeweler,,
402 W. North av., took $500 worth of
watches to man at 1520 N. Lasalle
st. Man took them into other room..,
Watches gone.
Evanston city council may order
N. W. "L" tracks elevated. Too many;
William Jackson, negro, who took
uniform and 20 cents from Lardy.
Mitka, Western Union messenger,;
1805 W. 13th st, shot by detectives.
Jackson will recover.
John C. Hartzell found guilty of.
taking gold from dentists' offices.
Wm. T. Rixey, prodigal son, order
ed to return home by Judge Fake. .
Harry Lutz, George Graham and.
Frank M. Gordon given indetermin-r
ate sentences in Joliet Plead guilty
to stealing 500 horses.
Traffic on C. & O. P. "L" delayed
by derailed coach.
Creosoted Wood Paving Block
Ass'n bankrupt. Liabilities $25,000.
Assets $12,000.
Unidentified woman, .35, killed by
C. & N. W. freight at N. Curtis st.
Samuel Harris, 4910 Indiana av.,
ass't sup't Porter & Co., arrested.
Alleged to have taken articles from
store to give lady friends.
Frank Vaiva, 4641 Flournoy st, ad-,
mits slaying Ingwald Helland, accord-
ing to police. Claims Helland was,
breaking into butcher" shop. ;
Mrs. Amelia Russell came from;
New York to marry Alexander Kaiser.
Kaiser beat it with $600. worth of ,
stuff. ,
Lawrence O'Hern jealous of ma.nt
wife knew 36 years ago. Made life

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