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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 19, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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May Queen, fishing launch, stalled
with no gasoline in.lake storm, towed
Northwestern clubs protest that
Northwest ParktJomm'n is wasting
Fred Barrios, former attorney, sent
to Detention Hospital. Undressed,
fired clqthes and paraded in street,
claim. '
Broken trolley shoe on South Side
"L" delayed supper hour traffic for
twenty minutes.
Frank Eli, 2122 W. Madison,
pinched. Alleged to have stolen $1,
400 from best friend and eloped with
16-year-bld daughter.
Two robbers entered Henry Guth's
slaughter house 3915 S. Halsted.
Took wagon load of meat.
Defective chimney caused fire on
roof of Monroe Hall, 922 W. Monroe.
. Small damage.
Taft, in university talk, says Con
gress pases too many laws. He's glal
Cannon and other standpatters were
John Journouis, 350 Mosspratt,
held up by three men. $80.
Dr. Boettcher, 6336 Harvard av.F
exonerated in death of Florence Pe
terson, 14, 4858 W. Ohio. Diednder
B. J. Fitzpatrick, 200 N. Western
av., stabbed three times. May die.
Burnett Nolan, 2222 W. Lake, held.
Jos. Rollo, 385 N. Ashland av., su
ing Edward Jennings for $25,000. Al
leges alienated afflections.
Cop on burglad call to 52 Walton
pi. found rats in attic.
Coroner's Jury in inquest over body
of Wm. Toppe, 633 Lincoln pkwy.,
exonerated Geo. Hoppe, Jr., chauf
feur. Two men wanted for killing of
Prank Alessio, shot in front of 932
Laflin, Oct. 8, pinched in Middleton,
N. Y.
Martin Ackerman, 2617 W. North
ftT., suicide. Gas. Financial troubles.
Irene Denbau, 19, 644 W. Taylor,
fined $200 as cocaine user. ToCake
Bridewell cure.
Edward Altz, sleuth for crime com
mission, may show up opium system
Abe Ratntr, confessed "firebug,"
sent to pen. Told story that impli
cated Joseph Fish, insurance adjuster.
Alfred von Schmidt, alleged count,
to Bridewell. Couldn't pay $50 fine
Caught with woman in Union Depot.
Sleuths for fire attorney say blaze
at 17 W. Van Buren was O. K. Noth
ing suspicious.
News of Chicago's municipal mar
kets spread to Philippines. Official
wrote for report
Mrs. Martha Vollrath sueing. hub
by, Carl, for divorce. Statutory,
drunkeness, charged.
Alvah Johnson, real estate dealer,
waived examination. Held for Mann
act trial. Brought "Indiana wife"
to Chicago.
Mossier & Co., 19 E. Jackson blvd.,
bankrupt. Assets $20,000; liabilities
$35,000, claim.
Jas. Madden, cop Woodlawn sta
tion, given choice of quitting booze
or force. Signed pledge at trial board.
Mrs. Cussie Boiler, pinched for
keeping disorderly house at 9000
Strand, S. Chicago, got $50 fine. Re
fused to tell where her two children
Jas. Hayes and Pat Delaney, cops,
before trial board on charges pre
ferred by Mrs. Mary Wemier, 4827
Jackson blvd.
Unidentified man fell or jumped
from viaduct of C. & A. R. R. at Har
rison. Dead.
August Meyers, horse trader, 713
W. Root, hit on head with ax by ne
gro hostler. Robbed of S50. May die.
O. F. Goldberger, freshman at
Northwestern, had green cap stolen.
Told police. Afraid to go home.
Three youths pinched for; "bum
ming" ride on way to 'Frisco expo
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