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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 30, 1912, Image 7',
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White Sox play ball without pay
ing for ticket. Climbed over fence.
Discharged by Judge Honore.
There's not much chance of
convicting a man for bein bugs
about baseball in Chicago, and
when a man hasn't got the price
what's he going to do ?
Capt. Henry Wendt, Engine
No. 98, and 'his driver, Charles
Morgan, badly injured when bug
gy struck by auto driven by A.
H. Skogland, 4912 N. Paulina St.,
at W. Erie and Dearborn ave.
Wm. Fillmore, janitor at Sac
red Heart Academy, 18th and
Johnson sts., died at county hos
pital of injuries suffered in 60 foo.t
fall fro mscaffold.
Recovery of Charlotte Means,
19, found unconscious in ditch by
roadside on California ave.,
doubtful.' Had been attacked.
Jess Harrington, union press
man, 920 W. Monroe St., beaten
up by Harry Dalton, Hearst thug,
as he was going into Brill's sa
loon, Madison st. Dalton used
American Federation of Musi
cians have won their fight for de
cent wages and working condi
tions from the Klaw & Erlanger
G. Lynch, 4047 W. Harrison
St., died in Monroe hospital of in
juries suffered when run down by
street car at Madison and Cali--fornia
County Judge Owens has or
dered investigation into methods
of Wm. S. Rowe, polibe magis
trate of Belwood.
Rowe, it appears, has been
soaking Chicago .automobilists,
and carelessly forgetting to enter
the fines in his books.
David W. Mulvane, of Kansas,
has blown into town to take
charge of the Taft headquarters.
Our idea of nothing much in
the way of a job is managing the
campaign pi the Hon. William
Edw. Cunningham, stage car
penter, 6122 Prairie ave., found
dead in bed. Alcoholism.
Standard Oil Co. shares sold at
$650 before the trust was "dis
solved." Yesterday they sold for
$1,000 a share.
Now d'you wonder that the
Beef and other trusts are so blame
anxious to be "dissolved?" It's
a paying proposition.
While his father, friends, neigh
bors and the police searched Lit
tle Italy over for his kidnapers,
Johnny Gionforte, 2, 524 W. Polk
st, was peacefully sleeping in his
Central Zion tabernacle, the
old stone church at 1621 Michi
gan ave., wjiere John Alexander
Dowie used to hold forth, is to be
Martin Patrocki, 10, 1515 El
ston ave., drowned in river at
foot of Bradley st.
Ordinance prohibiting girls un
der 18, from selling anything on
streets went into effect yesterday.
Same ordinance prohibits boys
under 14 peddling on streets be
tween 8 p. m. and 5. a. m.
Michael Conden, 74, arrested
on complaint of Miss Beverly
Vernon, 166 E. Superior st, for
A lot of. mashers have been ar-
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