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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 04, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Harold McCormick donated $1,000
toward the $5Q,Q0Q suffrage fund.
Jack Grannon, pitcher for Chicago
Feds, pinched for writing obscene let
ter to friend in-prison. Misuse of
mails charged.
Abe atner, "firebug," brought back
to ciy from Canada. Convicted in
1910. Jumped $5,000 bond. Caught
by mounted police.
Albert Welzhofer, former mute,
told judge that joy at wife's visit
while he was locked up in station re
stored voiced
Rev. Elmer Williams, pastor of
Grace M. E. church, lost star as mem
ber of mayor's staff. Permit to carry
weapon revoked.
Fire Att'y Murray ordered probe
into ?50,000 fire in King Lumber
Yards at 26th and Loomis sts. Be
lieve work of incendiary.
Police capture .Chas. Steinberg,
man with record in "pen," wanted for
hold-up of two west side restaurants.
Revolver battle.
Swedish Club of Chicago to honor
Ira-N. Morris with banquet.
Mrs, Ursula Bozzai, 857 Milton av.,
attempted suicide in lake. Restrined
by policeman.
Frederick A. Delano, Chicago, offer
ed place on federal reserve board.
Will accept.
Lucilla Signoc, maid employed on
lake steamer, hurt by auto. Not seri
ous. Earl Denny, 2413 Logan blvd., dead.
Touched live wire and fell from elec
tric light pole near 3737 N. Halsted
Unidentified man killed by speeding
auto at 46th and Ashland av. Auto
ists fled. Unknown.
Jas. Ellingham, 6, hit by auto at
91st and Halsted sts. Dead- Jos.
Brychta, driver, released.
Fred Alfridi, 10, 627 Ewing st, hit
by auto truck. Hospital.
Sister Mary Legorio seriously in
jured by auto driven by L. A. Dradski,
4740 S, Ashland av. Skull fractured.
Edwin and Louis Bierlein, 10 and
11 years old, who ran away from
home in Beloit, Wis., caught here.
Pa's coming.
Peter Bauler, 16, 2126 N. Clark st.,
tried suicide. Drank wood alcohol.
May live.
County funds tied up. Have 30
cents to pay $200,000 salaries.
Halpin expects arrest in robbery of
Cohan's Grand Theater. Says has
clue to $7,000 theft. C. M. Houston
Kasmero Zurawski, 8720 Muskegon
av., arrested for stabbing Jos. An
drczak, 887 Marquette av. Not seri
ous. Mayor Harrison said that police
would not interfere with paddle wheel
gambling at church bazaars.
Joe Shuster, 709 Maxwell st, cut
off wife's nose while drunk. Arrested.
Mayme Hansen, 19, 3000 Fullerton
av., suing for $50,000. Breach of
promise. Albert Hillertz, 2422 Linden
pL, refused marriage, claimed.
Lawyer seeking Maud Coolidge.
Heiress to $10,000 estate.
J. A. Barron, 4300 Washington
blvd., attache of Brazilian consulate,
fined $15 for speeding in Evanston.
Chas. C. Winiams, lifesaver at Chi
cago Beach, sought for "con" game.
Chas. Mustin, 3441 Prairie av., com
plaining of loss of $50.
Tom Bennett heard cry of "man
overboard." Jumped from Clark st.
bridge. Rescued dummy.
Wm. Paris, negro porter, 5422 Ken
wood av., fined $5. Charged with at
tacking policeman in riot over new
fence at Chicago Beach.
Accidental was verdict in death of
Jas. Burke, 13, who was shot and kill
ed by boy friend Wilbert Simpson, 13.
Didn't know it was loaded.
Gov. Dunne commuted sentence of
James McGarry, doing 15-year term "
for attack on woman. Good work
on roads cause.
Lincoln Beachey, in city, cabled
French president regrets and tribute

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