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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 15, 1912, Image 4

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LOCAL DOINGS M TABLOID FORM
The city council passed the
pure milk ordinance by a vote-of
49 to 9.
Before the ordinance was pass
ed, Aid. Hey, leader of the opposi
tion, made serious charges'.
He accused Nance, chairman of
the health committee, Dr. Evans,
former health commissioner, and
others, of being in league with the
pasteurization people.
Hey also declared that if the
street department would do its
duty and clean up the West Side
garbage properly there would be
no need of a pure milk ordinance.
Frank Novak, 4, 914 S. Canal
St., run down and instantly killed
"while playing near home by Car
son, Pirie, Scott motor wagon,
driven by Chas. E. Ritter, 224 W.
23rd st.
Jacob Liseth, 13138 Houston
ave. ,run down and instantly kill
ed while crossing Lake Shore
tracks at Erie avenue.
Wm. Hall, roomer at home of
Mrs. R. Davis, 215 E. 16th St., de
cided to move. "Mrs. Davis decid
ed against his moving. She and
John Sampson threw Hall out of
.the house, without his clothes.
Hall walked just one block,
where he purchased one large and
exceedingly sharp axe. With this
he returned, and what he didn't
do to the Davis home wasn't
worth talking about.
Hall, Sampson and Mrs. Davis
Were each fined $5 and costs in S.
Clark street court today. They
were arrested after neighbors
turned in riot calL
Robert H. Patton, chairman of
Prohibition party, Eugene V".
Chafin and Frank V, Verum, can
didate for state treasurer, will
start autbmobile campaign of
Central Illinois, Aug. 23.
Memorial services commemor
ating 100th anniversary of Fort
Dearborn massacre were held at
site of old fort on lake front today!
by Chicago Historical and patri
otic societies. Services were held
at 10 o'clock, hour at which mas
sacre began.
Harry Fletcher fined $25 and
costs as keeper of gambling game
at 8 W. 51st st. Eleven inmates
fined $1 each. Place was raided
last night.
Joseph Lissack, 13138 Houston
av., run over and instantly i killed
by car Kensington & EasternTn
terurban Electric Ry. at E. 163d
st. a"nd Erie av.
George Chevalier, 1243 W. 71st
pi., beaten with butts of revolvers
by two men at W. 69th st. and S.
Center av. County Hospital. In
ternal injuries. Was not robbed.
After trying to arrest women
who had created a disturbance,
James A. Chmatal, electrotyper,
wfio says he lives in Hazelhurst,
was arrested, with the women.
Both charged with disorderly
conduct. Chmatal wore police
man's star,. inscribed "Thornton
township."
Ernest Plath, 2300 S. Michigan
av., tried to flirt with Mrs. John
W. Colby, 5495 Greenwood av.
Bloody nose.
Ernest believed in "If at first
CaHfefe.
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