Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 09, 1912, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
Hart'fe saloon, Madison and Cen
ter. Pat J. Canavan, 1253 Madi
son St., held pending result of
H. Lyons, 659 Tremont st,shot
in neck by August Shanks, 1158
Van Buren st., in saloon quarrel.
H. Artlip, Aurora, ran to save
man from drowning in Fox river.
Gave his coat and hat to obliging
stranger who stood on bank and
told him where the man was
drowning. Obliging stranger still
missing. Likewise Artlip's coat,
hat and money.
Nick Amato, 13, 931 Milton av.,
knocked down and badly injured
at Clark and Lake sts. by wagon.
J. Shaw, 66, 2963 Groveland av.,
knocked down and badly injured
by wagon at Madison and Market
"Chicago must save its women
and girls from insult on the
street." Judge Newcomer to
Emil Nordburg, 2618 Evans av.,
accused of insulting Miss Eliza
beth Walsh, 2639 Evans av. Nord
burg got continuance on ground
he had no counsel.
Judge Caverly says that to call
a girl a "great, big, beautiful doll"
is not an insult, but a compliment.
D. F. and E. Ryan, 822 Grace
st.,' were accused of insulting Miss
Gertrude Eller, 2023 Burling av.
Caverly wanted to know how the
insult had been passed, and then
Miss Eller told about the "great,
big, beautiful doll" and the Ryans
Health Commissioner Young
has forbidden 79 farmers and'
dairymen to'send milk to Chicagc?
because of insanitary conditions- '
at their dairies. ,
Andy Lawrence has been in- ' J
vited to prove his charges against
the state parole board or back h
Andy hasn't said whether he's
going to try and prove them or
back down yet. But Arfdy has j
worked long enough for Hearst 1
to know how to back down.' j
Chas. Hunner, Aurora, who j
broke neck diving on Fourth of 1
July, died last night.
City Council last night ordered
investigation into entire taxing
system at instance of Aid. Hftaly.
It's high time our taxing sys
tem was investigated. Any sys
tem by which Victor Lawson is
soaked $17.32 for a million-dollar
Lake Shore Drive home, while
widows are soaked $2,0 for $2,000
homes, needs it badly.
Plans for national aviators
union, laid al Cicero Aviation field
yesterday. Chief object to check
meet promoters who force avia
tors to attempt flight no matter
how bad the weather.
Gov. Deneen still is balancing .
on the fence between Taft and
Tini- Tcrlif nsvor if lrnlrc liln rtur
governor was leaning right far
over on the Taft side.
Mayor Andy Lawrence Har
rison is back from his Indian
maiden-saving, bass-fishing trip,
and once more is sitting in the
Fred Shaffer, chief of police of
Evanston, says there is no chance
of convicting rich pickpockets itt