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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 24, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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Andrew Kelly shot by Timothy B.
Geurin, 482.5 S. Halsted st. Kelly
mav die. Geurin "arrested.
K Mayor HarrisorT better. Given up
ft trip to Florida.
Mr. James W; Nye will speak on
"Individual Effort or Municipal Own
ership" before Esther Falkensetein
Women's Club at 1917 Humboldt St.,
Feb. 26, 2 p. m.
Heck Hall, men's dormitory North
western University, Evanstpn,'. de
stroyed by fire. Loss $120,000.
Trial of John . F. Jelke and 'asso
ciates on charge of conspiracy" to de
fraud governnlent out of oleo tax is
Selection of jury may be completed
in Aileen Heppner perjury case today.
Salvatore '.Serrano's "3lapk Hand"
confession turned over (6 federal au
thorities. Government after grand
jury indictments.
John J. Rezac, 10823 Green Bay
av., former newsboy, said to have in
herited $196,000 in Poland.
W. J. Galligan will speak at North
West Side. Commercial Ass'n lunch
eon, Thursday noon, Feb. 26, at Ger
sten's Cafe Ashland av. and Divi
sion st. ,,7'V
Govern.nWrtt to open food inspec
tion bureaU, March 1. Will inspect
food and drugs.
Benjamin, Melnick, arrested in
Canada in connection with "arson
ring," offered to turn state evidence
if granted inmimity. Benjamin Fink,
confessed firebug, described method
of firing property.
Coroner's investigation, deaths
of Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Kachelhoffer,
1011 Orleans St., continued until
March 5. Coroner's physician re
ports deaths caused by cold ana ex
posure. Joseph Gorecek, 2222 Marshall
blvd., resisted holdup men who were
raiding Stanley SzasranskTs jewelry
store, 3036, W. 22d st. Gorecek shot
through body. Will recover. Rob
bers got $150.
Watch stolen from Thomas J.
Byrne, 7333 Bond st, 10 years ago
recovered. Nicholas Matz, 9328 Ave
nue A, arrested. Matz was pawning
Four alleged burglars arrested at
Henry Axelroth's dry goods storo,
1654 W. 62d st. Axelroth charged
with receiving stolen property.
Michael Seni, saloonkeeper, W.
Oak qt. and Milton av., flimflamed out
of $17 by alleged detective. Detective
threatened him with arrest and sa
loonkeeper came across.
Eighteenth Ward Women's Party
of Cook County will hold mass meet
ing at aMrquette School, Harrison
and Vod sts., Feb. 26, 8 p. m.
Three men posing as detectives
raided Edward NelBon's room, Vic
toria Hotel, 216 N. Clark st. Picked
up $400 worth of jewelry. Nelson
notified police.
Creditors of Edgar Showers & Co.,
32 S. Wabash av., clothing merch
ants; want receiver appointed for
Runaway horse collided with auto
at Rush st. and E. Austin av. Mount
ed Policeman Patrick J. O'Boyle cap
tured runaway. .Slightly injured.
Fifteen .taken in gambling raid in
Chicago av. district.
David Christia, 67, dropped dead
while inspecting son-in-iaw's . new
home. ;
Chief Gleasori has ordered investi
gation of story told by Wiley Wells,
taxicab chauffeur, of mysterious
copper beating up prisoner.
James O'Day sentenced to take
bath at Dawes Hotel by Judge Dolan.
Was up for disorderly conduct.
George L. Kramer, alias John H.
Kline, wanted by Dolice. Alleged to
have obtained $3,500 from Michigan
City capitalist.
The International Alliance of The
atrical Stage Employes, Local No. 2,
has indorsed candidacy of Joseph A.
Baker, Republican candidate for al
derman of 21st Ward.

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