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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 21, 1912, Image 6',
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rested. Charged with- violating
the bridge nd building construc
.. Jftrs. LeonaStarron, Jonesville,'
O., deaf and dumb, appealed to
police here to search for her hus
band, Clyde Starron. He desert
ed her 4 years ago.
Thomas Matson, 11846 Stew
art av., West Pullman, died of
i gases inhaled in New York sub-
jp ways. Matson saved many lives
in crib hre ott Aid st. in lyuy.
Policeman Henry Norris stop
ped runaway horse near Ray pub
lic school, E. 57th st. antf Monroe
!. av. Horse was running straight
ror street crowded with cHildren.
Mrs. Paulina Marino, widow,
formerly of Chicago, was brought
here on warrant charging lar
ceny. John Snopapa, 2646 N.
Marshfield av., says he gave her
$520 to keep for him and she
"beat it" to Cincinnati.
Samuel Cutpara, 6, and broth
er, Peter, 3, .927 Milwaukee av.,
fell from rear of express wagon
near their home. Severely injured. I
Hugo Kink, Vestibule Hotel,
Otto Levin, 2333 W. 18th st,
filed suit against Dr. Edward H.
Czolbe, dentist. Says he failed to
treat his teeth properly.
John Starr, negro, arrested for
larceny. $25 and costs. When ar
rested his pockets were full of
Walter Johnson, manager of
Ellis Theater, Ellis av. and 63d
st., arrested, charged with vio
lating child labor law.
Alfred. Berni, formerly of New
ark, N. J!, arrested, charged with
embezzling $3,000 from Pruden
tial Life Isnurance Co.
Emma ,Krall, 441 W. 60th st,
arrested in Siegel-Cooper's. Not
ed pickpocket. $25 and costs. Has
bank account of $1,250.
Rob Langdon, 30, 1140 Oakdale
av., arrested for beating up his
crippled wife. Bridewell. '
Duke of Sutherland, the Duch
ess and their, son arrived here to
day from Seattle. Here to take in;
John Burke, railroad engineer,
7592 Front st., fined $45 for being
drunk. $5 for every child he .had.
Judge Wells sent the money to
.A MERCHANT PRINCE
We believe, it was Shedd, the
big chief of the big Marshall
Field store, who said that Roose
velt ought to be in an insane asy
It "would be interesting to know.
how many human beings have
been started toward an insane
asylum or something worse by
the beggarly wages paid em
ployes in the Marshall Field store,
Shedd himself is said to ge
$100,000 a year. There are girls
working in his big store wht) get
less than $6 a week, and have to
pay board, room rent and all other
Hying expenses out of that small
a merchant prince.
o o ,
"All new arrivals are washed?'
explained the warden of the pris
on. "And if they make a fuss?."
"Then they, are ironed.'