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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 31, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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would cause his death he was or
uered to pky his wife $6 a week till
her divorce suit came up.
Charles Hammond, Kentucky
mountaineer, arrested on Aug. 22,
charged with breaking into a freight
car. Gained 33 pounds in jail. Start
ed out to look for a job yesterday.
Earl Scott, under name of Craig,
jfe posed at football hero on campus of
W Chicago "IT." Hfild to erand iurv on
charge of stealing autos.
Cathrine Payne, 9, 1124 W. Mar
quette rd., hurt when struck'by auto
of James McWeeny, 6416 S. Ashland
av., said to be brother of former po
lice chief.
Town Hall police have case of phy
sician's instruments worth $50 found
on lake shore.
Dr. M. E. Emrick, 5700 Kimbark
av., arrested on charge of perjury
preferred by Att'y H. O. Barnhart,
who charges Emrick with changing
date on receipt of goods bought from
drug firm.
Nicholas Kipk, 501 W. Superior,
truckman for Monarch Refining Co,-,
40 E. Austin av., instantly killed in
fall dbwn elevator shaft
Mrs. Catharine Twohlg, 2242 W.
Lake, died of heart disease in home.
Capt. Patrick D. Wall, acting' head
of West Park police, badly hurt when
auto was struck and rolled over
three times by car driven by Ignatz
Bollak, 130 N. Lincoln, which was
also wrecked.
Mrs. Mabel Strubenrauch, 832 N.
Dearborn st., charged with stealing
$225 worth of jewelry rrom home of
Mrs. Fred Ruhllng, 4625 Kenmore
av., where she was domestic, held
to grand jury.
Henry Hughes, taxi owner, charged
9 with trying to steal $80 from Thomas
Mengis, Kentucky, while showing lat
ter a good time, fined $100. J
Judge Walker yesterday put to end
practice of court reporters entering
defaults in divorces.
Government filed 42 suits against
railroads charging violation of 28
hour law providing cattle in transit
to be fed and watered. To ask as
sessments of $500 for each violation.
Vice Pres. Marshall and wife in
Chicago yesterday for two hours.
Stayed at Hotel La Salle and kept
visit secret.
Steps toward organizing Interna
tional College of Midwifery taken at
meeting of physicians at Hotel La
Charles Lambert, actor, arrested
on.charge of passing worthless check
for $25 in O'Connor and Goldberg's
shoe store.
Joseph Brown, ex-convict, sen
tenced to 3 years in federal pen. Ad
mitted theft of 16,500 cigars.
Frank Pekus, father of eight, plead
ed guilty to stealing parcel post mat
ter from Chicago and Northwestern
R. R. Case continued and released
on own bond.
Ray Fowler fined $100 and sen
tenced to 14 months in 'Leavenworth.
Admitted raising $1 bills to $10 to
support wife and baby. Minimum
' Sadie Dorn, daughter of truck
farmer living near 63d and Francisco
av., sandbagged by negro, who took
purse containing 50 cents.
Fred Dingbat, no home, coal heav
er, pinched for sleeping In hallway.
Police asked to search for two men
who threw stink bomb inter candy
store of A. B. Erickson, 407 W. 63d.
Ericson working for Brewster Laun
dry, w,here employes are on strike.
John Schram, Aberdeen and W.
115th, shot by Adrian Senes, 236 W.
111th, in woods near home. Senes
being held by .police.
yarry Russell, 6852 Parnell av.f
sought on warrant charging him
with burglary of home of Nicholas
Parken, 118 E. 54th pi.
Mrs. Ida Tessman, mother of 5,
and Anton MEshka, who eloped from
Merrill, Wis., arrested at 2561 Leo.
Mrs. Tessman took $500 savings be
longing to husband.
How Mitchell, 6844 Emerald av.,
arrested for stealing diamond ring
I from Henry Rossmaii, 6150 Vernon?

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