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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 14, 1912, Image 27',
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Miss Rachel L. Rogers made
'deal of Congregational Training
School for Women, 315 S. Ash
' Judge' H. V. Freeman, superior
court, won't sit in court room on
11th floor county building be
cause of poor ventilation and
Mrs. Jacob Katz, 40, 1417 E.
'60th st., died of injuries she suf
fered in fall from 59th st. car at
Win. McCoy, 5421 W. Harri
son st, West Park policeman, aV
raigned before Judge Himes for
trying to force entrance into
home of Mrs. Margaret Swain, 14
S. Springfield ave.
Johann W. Grain, playwright,
'4446 Sheridan road,, arrested for
reading Shakespeare at Kenmore
and Sheridan, discharged by
B. Q. P. Foss, 3535 Ellis ave.,
thinks he has invented device
which will eliminate smoke nui
sance. He'll need to begin by elimin
ating the Illinois Central.
Gust of wind 'cost Miss May
Berry, 4322 Sheridan road, $100.
Motoring on Lake Shore drive.
Goodbye new hat.
' Investigation of telephone prop
erties of Illinois Tunnel Co., prob
ably will be ordered at special
meeting of council gas commit
tee, June 22.
Judge Twyman, city court East
Chicago, wouldn't marry John
Horwatt and Clara Kerva, be
cause bride insisted he kiss her.
Judge George H. Lewis per
formed the 'marriage ceremony,
and fulfilled the condition three
Jane Addams, of Hull House,
thinks Judge Ben Lindsey, of
Denver, belongs in Ananias club,
because Lindsey says Roosevelt
will support woman suffrage.
There is no telling, Miss
Addams,. There are now 6 states
in the union in which women will
vote on the next president.
H. N. Cary, secretary of the
Chicago Publishers' association,
has offered standing reward for
arrest of union newsboys.
Cary is a sort of valet of Vic
tor Lawson's; so it's from the
''Red Fox" that this generous of
fer really comes.
Must be that some policemen
wouldn't carry out the dirty work
of the trust papersr even under
So now they're going to be
bribed to do it.
"The Paper Trade," official or
gan of paper manufacturers of U.
S., says amount of printing paper
sold to Chicago trust papers has
dropped 75 per cent since May 1.
If any other evidence than
one's eyes were necessary, this
alone proves how the trust
papers are lying about their cir
culation. The truth is they haven't any
circulation worth talking of, the
people of Chicago being heartily
in sympathy with the locked-out
pressmen and their allies of the
Harry Holmgren, 22, 1630 W.
.33rd st, run aver by freight train,