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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 06, 1912, Image 3',
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WHAT HAPPENED Ity CHICAGO TODAY
Caseaerainst Mrs. Louise Lind-
loff ndn-suited by Judge Walker
today. Now up to grand jury.
Mrs. Lindloff has received .total
of $8,400 from people who want
to aid in her .defense.
Gibson Ord, 3448 Fulton St.,
and Vincent McNichols, 3344
Fulton st, arrested on charge of
flirting. Discharged 'by Judge
- Finance committee of city
council refused appropriation of
I Iheas father. Coming.
No girl wants her best fellow
to kiss her right before dad.
I It isn't WUspn's' fault if Hearst
$25.00 asked "by health committee
for temporary contagious dis
eases hospital. '
It will be recalled that condi
tions in Chicago's contagious dis
ease hospital at present are so
frightful that every doctor who
knows about it is disgusted.
Passavant hospital says there
is practically no hope for recov
ery of John Moran, union news
boy shot by John M. Gould, one
of trust newspaper sluggers, yes
terday. Hod Carriers and Building La
borers' union will hold annual
election of officers tomorrow.
Carl Bauer, 18, of New York,
drowned in Calumet river at
111th street. Cramps.
Count von Knoblesdorf, 824
LaSalle ave., has gone nutty from
drinking, too much champagne.
Fred W. Spellman, who says he
was gambling partner of' Dick
Canfield, tried to commit suicide
by gas in Lincoln hotel, 406 S.
State St., but didn't get away with
The new verb: to Deneen,
meaning to balance oneself on the
fence so one can fall on either side
whenever the falling looks good.
Unidentified man stumbled
overboard on wharf at 138th st.,
fell into Calumet river, and was
drowned before help could come.
Chicago lodge No. 4, B. P. O.
E., is going to build new $500,000
home just west of present quar
ters at Washington and Fifth
Miss Nellie Slevin, 4228 Wil-