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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 01, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Charges against William J. Mc
Court, superintendent of city water
department dismissed by trial board.
Clark streetcar burned. Passen
gers panic-stricken. Miss Soma
Buger, 24, 2432 Clybourn av., hurt
4,450 marriage licenses issued in
June. Record for month.
State's attorney may take drastic
action to force Chinese firms to file
tax schedule.
Bull broke from Wells-Fargo
freight shed, Dearborn station. Wild
West roundup took place in loop.
Edward N. Breitung, Chicago mil
lionaire, sued for $25,000 by Max
Kleist, son-in-law. Claims he alien
ated wife's affections.
5,703 lawyers in Chicago, accord
ing to new law directory.
George Elliott, found on C. & N. W.
viaduct. Skull fractured. Died in
4,500 United States express offices
closed today.
County clerk refuses to recognize
petitions of candidates who formed
line at door. Those received by mail
to win first place on primary ballot.
Chas. Rehm, son of Police Cap't
Rehm, arraigned on charge of mail
ing obscene letters. Bond $2,000.
Edwin Schell, 16, 1341 E. 50th.
killed by I. C. train at 49th st.
Building 119 N. Canal destroyed by
fire. Firemen had narrow escape
when roof caved in.
Sylvester Kozlowski, 8234 Cole av.,
arrested for taking green crabapples.
Mrs. Mary Bramer, 9304 Manistee
av., up for keeping unmuzzled dog.
Claims she bought six muzzles, but
dog got away.
Mrs. Louise Cook, 10759 Burley
av., stabbed six times. Antonio
Veiolante, boarder, sought
$25,000 estate of Jacob Newman
goes to widow.
Policeman Volquartz, who shot and
killed Prank Klasta, exonerated by
coroner's jury.
Police raising funds to fight new
pension law. Claimed that police
ethics and civil service regulations
are being violated.
National Speech Art Ass'n, North
western University, wants every child
an orator. Would teach declamation
in public schools.
Higher social consciousness and
new ideals urged at Sunday school
Tony Markow'rtka couldn't find a
room. Slept in box car. Arrested.
Unidentified man, 40, initials "J. O.
L." on shirt, found wandering in daz
ed condition. Memory gone.
Ottie Hauzie, 3721 W. 62d St., up
for non-support Earns "$4 week.
Wife has 6 children. Ordered to pay
Inquiry of traction lines checked
by council adjournment Mayor
wants $50,000 to probe alleged un
fair bookkeeping methods.
Att'y Geo. L. Schein and Harold
Hirst, New York, placed on trial for
receiving money to "fix" prosecution.
Five arrested in Cleveland, O. Gang
operated in Chicago. Police believe
they have Mandel barn murderer.
Miss Sadie Soule, Denver, met
Robt G.Lilly, River Forest. Engaged.
Jilted. Wants $25,000
Lawrence H. Carr, 123 S. Ashland
av., swallowed piece of steak. Stuck
in throat Dead.
Julia Pruesser, 5, 2823 Shields av.,
hit by motorcycle. Dead.
Engine of Columbian flyer, C, M.
& St P.' Railroad, overturned at
Crawford av. Crew bruised.
Geo. Kessler, Evanston, wanted to
take girl to show. Broke. "Panhan
dled" at Adams and Wabash. Landed
in jaiL
Eight Indians missing from "Tiger
Bill's" Wild West show. Police seek
ing them. May have-jumped to other
Miss Emma Ott, 10811 GreenvBay
av., tried to attack Mrs. Mfkula when

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