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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 18, 1912, Image 7',
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placeat 125. a. m. Kusjksaid.he
was, an American citizen, and
would do as he pleased.- Kusik
fought t with tfive policemen, but
was not arrested until beaten in
to submission. His 'license may
Fire in offices'of Schwarzchild
& Sulzberger,. 40th and Ashland.
Damage .$10,000, majority done
John Reilly and James Mur
phy, "crippled" beggars, sprinted
up- State street from VanBuren
when' they saw tvo policemen
coming. Reilly easily caught
Murphy, who was bandaged like
a- mummy, but developed into a
nifty little fighter. Both fined
$50 and costs.
Mrs. May Cook, 2126 W. Har
rison, and two visitors, Mrs.
Laura Stender and her 4-year-old
daughter, '"2422 W. 34th place,
overcome by gas in the Cook
home. All were revived by-the
oxygen machine of the Common
wealth Edison Co.
Sergt. Martin Mulvihill, of
Chicago ave. police station is the
father' of a baby born with four
Nellie'Steele, 21, Robinson, 111.,
who came here to go on the stage,
and failed because of inexpe
rience, was taken from a rooming
houser'at 643 Dearbqrn ave. by
the' police yesterday, sick and
penniless. Her father was notified.
Mary Roberts Rinehart, the au
thor,, lives in Pittsburgh, but her
latest book is about white people.
LOOKS LIKE NO RELIEF
Apparently there will be no
government relief for consumers
of butter, who are paying neaYly
50 cents a pound for the "luxury"
here, and 60 cents in New York.
The price may go still higher.
It was learned on highest au
thority today the government in
vestigation of the Chicago But
ter and Egg board and allied or
ganizations, has disclosed no evi
dence on which to base a charge
of conspiracy in restrain of trade
or an attempt to unlawfully in
It is said that the butter board
is regarded simply as a meeting
of individuals who give their in
dividual opinions as to what they,
will pay for butter and what they
will sell it for. Others may buy
butter at their own prices and sell
it for what they see fit.
The hearings will be continued
before Master in Chancery Mor-
rison in an effort to find out if
there is anything on which the
government might base a suit. So
far, it is declared, the actions of.
the firms composing the butter
board have not been shown in any
degree to violate any provision of
the anti-trust laws.
Lawrence Wallace, 756 Con
gress St., who was shot Jan. 11,
died at county hospital today.
The Douglas Park Women's
club met at 2415 West Congress
st. Tuesday afternoon.