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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 05, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Coroner's jury probing "gunny
sack" murder closed inquest. Upheld
grand jury's action in holding Clar
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ence White and George Ketcham.
Lake st. station-closed. City will
save $50,000 year. District divided
between Warren av. and Desplaines
st. stations.
William Mattson, 3745 S. Sacra
mento av., window washer, killed by
fall from 3d floor at Schulze & Co.
baking plant.
Wilbur Glen Voliva granted com
mand of Zion City to Dr. C. E. Craw
ford, who ordered immediate quaran
tine to fight smallpox.
Elsie Gustafson, daughter of gar
dener for A. A. Sprague, killed when
swing collapsed at Lake Bluff school
Jbhn Strosnider, convicted "con
fidence king" granted writ of habeas
corpus. $10,000 bonds.
"John Jones" arersted for trying
to flirt with May McKinney, 20, 3009
E. 80th pi., on I. C. train. Remained
away from Hyde Park court to save
reputation. Case dismissed.
. Mrs, L. B. Swisher and her son,
Vernon, 27, were bitten by pet dog
at home, 159 W. Ontario .yesterday.
Dog mad. Killed.
Home of Mrs. Virginia Jetters, 120
E. Walton, damaged by fire. Firemen
risked life by entering building to
save cat.
Mrs. Anson Brown, 531 W. 61st pl.f
granted divorce. Testified about
"other woman."
A. A. Turner, 74, 4332 Oakenwald
av., discharged by court. Pinched
after row with woman election clerk
at polls.
Joseph Bumba, clerk for 22 years
in postoffice, confessed to taking
$1.25 from letter. Case in court to
day. Mrs. Walter Lorenz suing husband
for separate maintenance. Charges
he made her pawn diamonds to pay
gambling debts.
A. B. Bielaski, bureau of federal in
vestigation chief, stopped in Chicago
on tour of western cities.
Serg't Michael Delaney, vehicle bu
reau, to starfc "war on open mufflers;
100 persons pinched in last 24 hours.
Five persons cut and bruised when
auto of Harry Levin, 5739 Calumet
av., was wrecked by street car.
Joseph Alvarez, 1407 E. 60th, died
fjom injuries received when motor
cycle was struck by fire truck.
Charles Seller, former Ringling
Bros, bill poster, shot by E. L. Lynch
in Commercial Hotel, died from
wound. Lynch being held.
Burglars entered home of Mrs.
Emma Alexander, 3256 Indiana av.
William Panforth, 3818 Wallace,
took poison during quarrel with wife.
Died in her arms.
O. W. Stetler, 6812 S. Loomis, held
to grand jury on charge of bigamy.
Admitted deserting wife and marry
ing Eleanor Keller, 591Q Wentworth,
Mrs. Anna Anjela bound and
gagged in her home at 618 W. 15th
by two men. Took $300 in savings.
Mrs. Joseph Dimmererwilki, 2315
Cooper,, found dead in kitchen floor
by husband. Police probing. Cause
Ernest Peterson. 909 W. Washing
ton olvd., hot tamale merchant, rob
bed of 2 tomales and 15 cents by
two men.
Joseph Crook invited home to sup
per T)y brother. Later $62 was missed
and lie was arrested. Money found
on "him.
Mrs. Lucy Serrarj, 1037 Newberry
av., shot and seriously wounded Mi
chael Bovino yesterday for telling
ugly stories about her. Arrested.
William Lofthouse,5Q43 Avondale
av, freed by jury on charge of arson.
Firemen found gasoline-soaked rags
in home after fire.
Eighteen cate of Mrs. Anna. Shaw,
809 W. Lake st., transferred to active

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