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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 14, 1912, Image 28',
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at 41st and Wood sts. Both legs
cut off. Probably die:
Weekly ladies' night of Feder
ated Newspaper Trades to be held
Saturday in Democracy hall, 167
W. Randolph st.
There's a growing suspicion
that someone has opened a barrel
down around the Coliseum.
Mrs. Eliz. Falvey, 62, 1048 Or
leans st., killed by auto driven by
Win. Snider, 443 Beethoven pi.,
at Wells and Hills sts.
J. V. Clarke, Waukegan, to
come to office in Chicago every
morning in gasoline launch.
Roosevelt National negro or
ganization hold mass meeting,
Pekin theater, 2700 S. State si,
Charlie and Henry W. Taft
engaged rooms at Blackstone for
Seeing Charlie has parted with
good money for Brother Bill's
campaign, it'll be painful for him
if Bill doesn't get nomination.
Alex. P. Moore, famous as lat
est husband of Lillian Russell,
blew into town last night with
Respectfully suggested that
hereafter Lillian's husband drop
their maden names, and be known
as Mr. Lillian Russell, and a num
ber. Gov. Deneen got in, and imme
diately went to see'Roy O. West,
his candidate for national com
mitteeman. Clement Convitch, 942 W. 34th
st., beat wife at least once a day.
Judge Scully. $200 and costs.
Mayor Harrison presented
council with ordinance prohibit
ing publication of racevnews.
Harry New again has asked for
extra policemen for Republican
convention. Wants 250.
How dan Chicago spare 250 po
licemen, when 1,200 policemen
are working for trust newspapers.
Mrs. Rose Grysinski, 4738 S.
Winchester ave., owner of candy
store, still being hounded by
landlord, Thomas Griglak, 4738
S. Robey. Water cut off for
Senator Wm. Lorimer back
home from Washington.
Mrs. Pauline Myers, 4700 Ra.
cine ave., granted divorce because
husband choked her when she re
proved him for gambling.
Leon L. Kesner, 6248 Wash
ington ave., arrested on charges
made by Catherine O'Brien, 16-year-old
girl who ran away for a
Formal report of garbage com
mission, made to council recom
mends garbage be sold to highest
. Which certainly will be better
than paying some one $40,000 a
year to make a profit out of it.
Municipal Art league has start
ed campaign to rid Jackson blvd.
and Wabash ave., of some of
signs which make them hideous.
Which again indicates there is
a convention in our city.
Dr. Theo. B. Sachs reappoint
ed trustee of municipal tubercu
The B. & O. and St. Paul rail
roads are working their engineers
more than 16 hours" at a stretch,
and wondering why they have