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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 27, 1912, Image 25',
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sanitarium before police arrived.
Dr. Lyman Abbott, editor of
Outlook; in speech at University
of Chicago, said ministers should
not take sides in politics.
Judge John P. IcGoorty may
be Judge Pinckne's successor on
juvenile court bendh, when latter
vaccates it in July.
Wfc'ave., committed suicide. Carbolic
acid. Despondent over ill health.
John Tr Wakefield, 52, Chris
tian Scientist. 944 Webster ave.
died today after refusing aid of
Albert; Johnson, arrested while
roDbing telephone in saloon of H.
: H. Sixeas, 801 W. Washington.
, blvd. $11.85 in nickels found in
James Lawrence Huston ar-
rested, in Cincinnati, will be
brought backo Chicago today to
' face charges of swindling. 'v
Burglars brokeinto millinery
store of Mrs. Alice Donahue,
1 1750 Ogden Ave. Escaped, with
) $500Lworth of merchandise.
Kent College, of Law will give
I a banquet at the Planters' hotel
in honor of Barrett 0'Har&, Dem
T ocratic candidate for lieutenant
1 ( governor, who graduates from
' ;the college this jean
V x Albert EUrinson, 26, 2241 Al
ybany ave., fell into yal of brine,
at Hotel LaSalle. Drowned.
13 Friend of Emil W Strouss de-
$nies report that clothing mer
chant is touring Jiurope m cpm-
pany -frith Mrs. Gertrude Gibson
Catherine Parrot 20, had
fiance Rudolph Regard arrested.
aas ne ootainea Key to ner room
last Tuesday and stole 41, her
John Haiger, 67 322-No. Tal
man ave., committed suicide by
hanging from bedpost. Despond
ent over ill health.
" RepoHed that Wm. T. Stead,
famous journalist who Jost ''his
life in wreck of the Titanic, had
been recommended for the Noble
United States mail clerks risk
ed their lives saving mail-pouches
in fire at Substation, 3?3 Kin
zie street this? mommcr.
Edward Lawler, alias Edward
Gbsse, tearrister,, 835 Lopmis st,
arrested. Abandoned wife and.
If E POUND OUT
bonny, what kind ot a man is ,
the editor?" r ..
"Aw, he's an old grouch. He S.
can't even take a joke." t
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And in the-meantime Goy. Har
mon doesjnot seem tobcgather-
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