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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 01, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 10

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"Jack" Vilas, aviator, flying over
lake in machine, found man's body
floating. Towed to shore. Bar and
chain attached to corpse.
Wm. Van Boggett, city fireman,
had option of retiring oh. pension or
staying with force. Loves horses.
Autos replaced 'em. Quit
Dorothy Clark, 18, 3748 N. Clare
mont av., swam out too far. Rescued.
Attorney seeking Maude, Coolidge,
30. Fallen heir to estate.
Margaret Luther, 5224 W. 25th St.,
nearly drowned.
Accidental verdict in drowning of
Theodore Schultz, 3331 Indiana av.
Body found in lake at 25th st clad in
bathing suit.
Chas. Wormer, cpntractor missing
since July 7. returned. Tale of being
drugged ana kidnaped. Police doubt
Henry Spencer hanged. Lart word
Wm. Crawther, 1927 Calumet av.,
wanted to fight for Ireland. Started
quarrel on South Chicago car. In cell.
Stay of execution of ruling granted
J. P. Jelke, convicted oleo maker. Got
$10,000 and 2 years for fraud.
Angus Campbell drove car into
building at Lincoln and Belmont am
Hurt five. Arrested.
Man hit by auto and spirited away
from 43d st and Indiana av. was J. F.
Gerrity, 6810 Langley av. Traced by
dropped watch.
Mrs. Pauline Schneider, 3827 Jans
sen av., suicide. Hanged self on
kitchen door.
Wife neglected to kiss Thos. Hazel
wood. Wrote note. -He took poison in
saloon at 55th and Lake Park av.
May live.
Theodore Lintz suing West Park
for $100,000. Claim unfair valuation
in condemnation of property for small
Five dead at county poor farm.
Superintendent issued notice that un
claimed bodies would be given to
"schools for dissecting.
Citv refused $500,000 loan to coun
ty. Comptroller claims lack of au
thority. R. L. Bradley, bankrupt, said
thieves stole bonds. Detectives refute
story before referee.
Mother identified Leoanrd Adams
Mwitz, 1850 W. Superior st, at in
quest Killed by auto truck.
Home of E. J. Everett, 3746 Grand
blvd., robbed. Jewelry worth $2,600
taken. Reported to police.
D. MacAl lister, former pres. Met.
"L," dead. Bright's disease.
O. A. Reum suing Sen. W. C. Jones
for $50,000. Struck by senator's auto
is claim.
Virgilius Pine, shoemaker, accused
by two small girls, discharged.
Chas. Rehm, son of police captain,
indicted for sending obscene letter
through mails.
Owen Towwell, Danville, III., miss
ing. May be suicide.
Frank Schaetzle, 1289 Clybourn
av., wholesale liquor dealer, fined $50.
Sold drinks at retail without license.
Mrs. Rose Matero, 1139 Townsend
av., overcome by gas, when wind blew
light out Revived.
Cold star set with diamonds given
retiring Lieut. Joel Smith of Town
Hall station.
Lovey Edwards, negress, guilty of
murder of Sherman Brooks, 1242 W.
Kinzie st, March 17. Fifteen years
in pen.
Louis Kirschner, 6, 1315 Glenlake
av., bitten by dog. Canine bit cop at
tempting capture. To pound.
Harry Hanson, 1449 E. 65th pL,
held to grand jury on larceny charge.
Said used $159 of lodge money.
Joe Basile, 11122 S. Michigan av.,
shot in thigh by divorced wife. Wo
man arrested.
Mrs, I. N. Johnson, 5310 Ellis av.,
sent to detention hospital. "Seeing
things." Told of attempt to poison
Case against Ellis Bennett, 70,
owner of Delaware Hotel Wolf Lake,

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