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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 30, 1912, Image 6',
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, ernor in 1914, has joined the new
k Progressive party.
It Theodore Pierrot, chef of Con
gress Hotel for many years, walk
ed out last night, taking 63 of the
kitchen employes with him.
The Congress got new steward
recntly who insisted on trying to
give Pierrot orders, and Pierrot
had several bad attacks of artistic
Roscoe C. French, son of Po
liceman Martin French, Stanton
av. station, held in connection
with death of Ben Herndon, 613
Herndon, in ante-mortem state
ment, said French shot him dur
ing quarrel in flat of Mrs. Mary
Munford, 4046 Dearborn st. Mrs.
Munford also held.
Edw. Marks, salesman, 1958
Diversey parkway, held to grand
jury for passing bad check.
John Durpler, 1215 Fulton st,
badly injured when struck by
Bowmanville car near 2500 N.
Cases against Walter Rasmus
sen and David Purcellar striking
newspaper drivers, dismissed by
Rasmussen and Purcella have
appeared in court for trial half a
dozen times in last month. On
each occasion state's attorney
said he wasn't ready to prosecute.
Edward F? Dunne left for Cairo
last night to begin his campaign
for the governship.
Maude Rogers, 22, daughter of
wealthy Rushville, Ind., man, ar
rested and taken to Harrison st.
did not love in Rushville and ran.
away from home to "shift for her-,
self." Parents asked for her ar
rest. Harry Simmons, 10, 1358 N.
Western av., bled to death when .
throat was cut by falling glass at N"
fire In apartment house, 1402 N.
Bessie Morris, 4, 3705 Vin-
cennes av., scalded to death by
falling into boiler of hot water
during mother's absence.
Keir Hardie, labor member of
British parliament, coming here
to speak for Socialists during No
Gift of $16,000 for four-story
addition to Mary Crane Nursery,
part of Hull House, made by
Charles R- Crane.
All women interested in the
fight the newsboys are putting up"
against the oppression of the
newspaper trust invited to mass
meeting, 167 W. Randolph st., to
night. Meeting will be under auspices
of Women's Auxilliary of Feder
ated Newspaper Trades and
Women's Trade Union League.
Final plans for the ta"g day for
thebenefit of the locked-out news
paper workers to be held Satur-
day will be completed at the meet
Harry Broad, 325 E. 25th st,
arrested by Lieut. Grady after,
spectacular pistol duel on roof of"
building at 350 E. 26th st.
Broad had held up and robbedJ
of $147 and diamond ring andv
stud Geo. L. Guyatt of Knox, Ind.
David Sax, 18, 3429 W. 12th
Maude was engaged to man she I
st, arrested for trying to see"
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