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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 24, 1912, Image 4',
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Mdth'er struck Marie and put
her out of the house.
Marie went tocher uncje,- the
Rev. Thomas Canty, assistant
pastor of the Church of The Pres
entation, Springfiejd and Lexing
Uncle swore oiit warrants
charging disorderly conduct
against mother and Lawrence.
Mother and Lawrence were
taken before Judge Going today.
Judge Going ordered young
Rhode tqreturn to his father's
home and discharged him. Then
he continued mother's case until
Sept. 5, ordering her to leave her
daughter alojie in the meantime.
"And I'm not going to marry
that young Rhode person not if
' he should be the last man left itf
the world," .said Marie, trium
phantly today. "He's detestable,
and his hair is the wrong color,;
and his eyes aren't nice, and he
doesn't keep his finger nails
clean, and I don't like him, and X
won't marry him, and I don't care,
what anybody says, and I'd rath
er be an old maid than the wife of
Lawrence Rhode. So there!" j-
Coats for Blankets.
When blankets become thin7
torn or faded, and ragged or fray
ed at the ends, cover them over"
with a pretty, bright silkoline
and tuft them with ribbon. They1
make a very pretty and attractive
covering for the bed.
NWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Robbers broke into offices of
Chicago Meter Inspection Co.,
519-521 W. Van Buren st, and
stole gas meters and equipment
valued at "$500.
August Schmidt, 25, 2106 W.
Superior St. teamstr, arrested
on complaint of A. A. Gaffen,
motorman on Madison street car,
who told police that Schmidt re
fused to drive his .horse from car
Walter LaParte, 17521 Stirf
St., while cranking his father's
auto, receiyed a fractured fore
arm. Motor backfired. Colum
bia hospital. v
George Nelson 5922 W. Byron
st, robbed of $50 in bills by three
men who- bumped into him on
Halsted st, car between Van
Buren and Harrison sts. Men
Ignatz Spiradek, 154 W. Ran
dolph st, robbed of $200 and?
watch by three masked men at N.
Clinton and Fulton stsi ?
Patrick Fitzgibbons, 59, 3811
S. Washtenaw ave, flagman orf
the C. & A. Ry., run over by trair?
at S. California ave. crossing.
Died on way to hospital: 3
Jam.es Fox, Central hotel, 444i
S. State st., stage hand, foundV
dead in his room. Believed sui-
cide. - vf
Frederick Lanz, jeweler, 1808
Ogden ave., went out to eat Left,
front door open. Police search-,
ing for robbers who. got awayf
With $450 worth of his jewelry. ',
Alexander Aschin, 35, 8l7 In
dependence blvd., arrested at Gari
e tea- . jzzjin