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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 30, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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preacher on bible passage. Stabbed in
Church strength rests on training
of young, says Rev. Francis E. Clark,
Home of Wm. H. Reeves, 407 W.
71st st, robbed. $800.
Alice and Helen Johnson, 6143 Ellis
av., students, U. of Chicago, hit by
auto. Severely injured.
Lawrence Jasezezsucki, 1221 No
ble st., up for non-support. Hubby
unable to get job. Wife agreed to
work if he would care for family.
Finance committee recommends
$40,000 for technical board to study
State Food Commission demands
that sanitary conditions prevail in ice
cream factories. Claims raw material
used unfit.
Mrs. Edna Bephke, 329 S. Laflin,
fainted while swimming at north
shore beach. Rescued by policewo
men. ,
James Bartz went fishing. Caught
perch. Fish bit him. Ran to Pastuer
Institute. Relieved when told fish was
Emmet Downs, 177, 5526 Hermit
age av., hit by auto. Severe scalp
Waiter Cadinski, 8522 Exchange
av., struck by auto. Areck Erickson,
driver, not held.
Vaughn Barnard, 8, 7031 Harper
av., hit by auto. Badly bruised. Driv
er fled.
John Michort, 2103 S. Ashland av.,
injured by autb belonging to F. W.
Fairman, 5846 S. Park av.
. J. H.- Stafford, St. Louis, hit by
auto truck. Bruised.
Viola Droega, 14, 7614 S. Laflin st.,
hit by auto. Thrown from bicycle.
Badly hurt.
Sixteen killed by autos in June.
Nine children under 14.
Alexander Hartwick given 8 years
for counterfeiting.
Six families routed by fire at 6000
Prairie av.
Kable Brothers Co., Mount Morris,
EL, filed $30,000 suit against Amer
ican Bread 'Wrapping Co. Claim they
failed to pay for goods delivered.
Vernon L. Beam, Chief Greason's
secretary, to be transferred- to city
law department. Was practicing law
while on police job.
Boys playing with matches believ
ed to have caused fire at 225 E. 60th
st. Loss $500.
Motion to file information against
holders of $1,900,000 Boston Store
notes to return them for taxation de
nied by Judge Owens.
Mrs. Ceo Odum, 8940 Commercial
av., dropped bag containing $75.
Woman picked it up and walked
away with it.
John Taylor, 12, one-legged news
boy, robbed of bicycle. Other newsies
caught thief. Walter PrussewsM
Patrick Elliott, 15 months, died
from fractured skull. Run over by
E. J. Hibner oil wagon.
Joseph Orlow, shot while raiding
chicken coop, died in Bridewell. Jos
eph Hodek released under $10,000
Police Capt. Cottschalk, Ever
green, released on charge of refusing
to arrest Henry Kauk.
Anson Bitten and John Sziematics,
saloonkeepers, Worth, fined $100.
Slot machines. Appealed.
Palmer estate to be assessed $180,
000 for Stone st. $120,000 valuation
of Chicago Real Estate Board ignor
ed by council committee.
800 Chicagoans may be assessed 5
per cent for failure to pay income tax
on time.
Body of man, 30, with two bullet
wounds in neck, found in drainage
canal at Cicero.
Jews protesting against Michigan
summer resorts that bar them. Call
discrimination unjust
Theresa Hollender's father on
stand in Petras murder trial.
Mrs. Frances Falls, 2318 Madison
st., held for passing worthless checks.
Alleged to have swindled 25 grocers.
Engiewood Law and Order League
to use speedometer to test legality of
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