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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 25, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Next Sunday will be "Rally Day"
for Sunday school children of Wave
land av. church, Waveland and Jans
sen avs.
Employes of the Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul K; Bwill be given un
til Jan. 1, 1915, to get rid of habit
of smoking and chewing tobacco.
David Young, 3444 S. Wabash av.,
negro, who shot and killed his wife
Sept. 18, and turned the gun on him
self, died at County Hospital.
Mrs. Rosa Lutz, 453 N. Union st.,
found gagged and unconscious in
home last night. Two young men,
posing as water inspectors, beat her
and searched the house. Got $95.
Mrs". Henrietta Hanratty 48 Fuller
ton St., arrested for making disturb
ance hi flat building at 1149 E. 65th
pi. Monroe Myers, tenant, says she
gave, him $5 deposit on flat. Now
wants it back. He refused.
14 persons, 5 of them children,
bruised when two autos collided at
Ashland and W. North avB, Electric
light pole knocked over.
Mrs. John Bross Lloyd, wife of
wealthy yachtsman, searching for
him with detectives. Wants to know
if he pr brothers filed divorce bill.
Lloyd said to be hidden in sanitarium.
Two masked auto bandits, who
tried to hold up Thompson's, 120 'N.
State st., escaped after revolver bat
tle with detectives.
A $100,000 theater at Harper av.
and E. 53d st., is unopened as a result
of a fight being made on it by mem
bers of the Hyde Park "Presbyterian
Church. Charge theater is violating
city ordinance, being within 800 feet
of church.
The Hemlandet, a Swedish news
paper established in Chicago in 1859,
was merged with Svenska Ameri
kanaren, another Swedish paper.
Will be called Svenska-Amerikan-aren-Hemlandet.
Mrs. Mary M. Willis, widow of the
I. C. conductor, will testify today In
murder trial of Mrs. Nellie Higgs.
Mrs. A. S. Schmitt, 4537 Drexel
blvd., swindled out of $5 by man who
sought advertisements for Minneap
olis newspapers.
Mrs. Nellie Barry, 3434 Lowe av.,
paid $7 to stranger who said husband
had bought 4 tons of coal. Husband
didn't.
William Kirk, 428 E. 47th st, real
estate dealer, held to grand jury on
testimony of Mrs. Alma Herchert,
4747 Langley av. Said he tried to
attack her while showing her flat.
Mrs. Emily Simkins, 4549 Dover st,
had clothes line fight with Mrs. Lil
lian Ferguson, next door neighbor.
Brick and hose used. Mrs. Simkjns
put under peace bond.
Joseph Cinnusa, 931 Wells st, held
to grand jury for falsely swearing to
wife's age while taking out marriage
license. 16-year-old bride not in
Qourt,
Joseph Zernick, 507 W. Superior
st, exonerated by coroner's jury in
inquest over body of Mrs. Anna
O'Malley, 80 years old. Charged that
he pushed her down stairs.
Felix Schmude, 1229 W. 32d st,
shot in body in quarrel with Michael
Ulrlch over girl. Ulrich escaped.
Seven-weeks'-old boy left in hall
way at 1940 Lincoln st. by couple in
touring car.
Bernard Rifman confessed to
stealing jewelry worth $58,000 from
Peacock's jewelry store Aug. 27, 1913.
Held to grand jury.
Municipal Court bailiffs have trav
eled 241,358 miles in ninety days end
ing Aug. 1, serving writs and execu
tions, says Bailiff Cermak.
Mrs. Valentine Fritz sujdv for di
vorce. Drunkenness charge.
Estate of Bryon L. Smith assessed
$121,847.91 and estate of Samuel W.
Allerton assessed -$79,815.03 by new
inheritance tax.
Attorneys in case of 67 cases of
eggs will argue for arrest of judg
ment today. Court condemned eggs
to be made into fertilizer yesterday.
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