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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 23, 1912, Image 4

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erate falsehood he knows it to be
when he makes it.
"The statement that letters and
telegrams to Mr. Cortelyou were
written for the purpose of going
into the record and were not gen
uine ,and were not accepted as
genuine by Mr. Cortelyou, is a
wilfutl and deliberate falsehood,
which he knows to be such when
he makes it.
"Until Penrose spoke the other
day I never had heard the name
of Mr. Archbold in connection
with any contribution
"The attitude of Penrose in
this symbolizes his habitual at
titude, which has finally brought
hirrl to disaster in Pennsylvania.
He never was able to understand
that other men are , actuated by
his own incurable baseness of
soul."
PINCHED AFTER CHASE
While rushing Thomas Keefe,
60, 158 Locust st., knocked down
by N. Clark st. car, at W. Oak
st, 'to the Sheridan Park hospi
tal, 628 Belmont aye., Louis J.
Sauer, 628 Belmont ave., chauf
feur of ambulance, was arrested
for speeding, by Charles Wilson,
Lincoln Park policeman.
Pedestrians told the policeman
that the ambulance went -racing
through streets leading to the
park, narrowly missing hitting
a number of persons and grazing
a baby carriage.
Wilson chased the ambulance
on his motorcycle for two miles,
and at -Schiller street arrested '
Sauer.
POLICE SAVE DRIVER
Herman Grossman, 1702 W.
Taylor street, non-union driver
on a Hearst's Chicago American
wagon, knocked down and injur
ed a small unidentified boy at
West Erie and Wells streets, who
,was spirited away before the po
lice arrived.
Grossman did not stop to see
how badly his victim was injured,
but whipped up his horse and at
tempted to escape. Indignant
citizens crowded around the
Hearst driver, but the arrival of
police from the East Chicago avev
station prevented any violence.
Six men of the neighborhood
were 'arrested on charges of
threatening the Hearst strike
breaker. The driver was not arrested.
CHICAGO BRIEFS I
J. R. Leyally, 4424 Ellis ,avte.,
chloroformed and slugged at 43rd
st. and lyflis ave. by 2 men early
today. Escaped with jewelry
valued at $385 and $25 in cash.
Fire believed of incendiary ori-"
gin destroyed '3 flat buildings at
4322-24-26 N. Albany ave.
Agnes Reddick, 22, 1018 N.
Clark st., attempted to whip, 2
mashers, Charles Arcanus,. 169
W. Elm st., and Carl Smith, 822
Leland ave., after she had them
arrested.
Arthur Kohls, 19, 2547 Shef
field ave., motorcyclist who
struck and injured George Phil
lips, 58, 159 WT Huron st, as he
' -Med from car at Clark and
Huron June 1, fined $100 and
cobtb by Judge Williams.
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