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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 04, 1912, Image 7',
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u to President McCormick of County-Board.
When Burg objected to
McCormick's ideas thq new "bat
tling" president said he would, if
necessary, veto all proposals Of
The Illinois Society, Sons of
the Revolution, re-elected La
Verne W. Noyes president last
night at annual entertainment at
Auditorium Hotel. t
Democratic state senators" from
Cook: County banqueted last
night at Hotel LaSalle.
Five-ton boiler fell at Des
plaines and W. Van Buren sts,
Harry Hassis, 1237 Addison st.,
L. H. Huston, .2827 South Park
av., fined $100. Charged with
haying quit work after marriage
and tried to force wife to life of
Illinois State Ass'n for Preven
tion of Tuberculosis organized.
Dr. "W. A. Evans elected presi
dent. ",- .
Chief tells fire fans that they
must stop loitering in fire alarm
Fire in Chicago Commons
building, 955 Grand av. Loss
Three kids robbed William
Brotz, 354 S. Turner av., of $233
belonging to employer, M. V.
v Klich, 2144 S. Turneray.
Municipal Judge Gemrnill told
jury they showed poor judgment
when they found, HenyJReid, 1628
-S. Fairfield av., not guilty on wife
J. J, Schulze won $3Q0 in suit
against Arthur Eastynan aviator
school. But Eastman has
"aviateu," Schulze cannot colJ
Mrs. Anna Laurenson, 1935
Warner av., hit by Evanston av.
car at Grantville. Will die
The Pawners' society hold auc
tion at 625 S. Wabash av. today.
Capfc P. D. O'Brien of police
department underwent a success
ful operation at Mercy Hospital
for removal of gall duct.
Rose Suchhuska, 653 Milwau
kee av., fined $50 By Judge Sab
ath. Shot at City Detective Wm.
Burns three times.
Chas. Uhl, former clerk at W.
35th. and Wood sts., fined $100 by
Judge Gemrnill for contributing
to delinquency of 15-year-old
Florence Giff, 3507 S. Ashland av.
Three boys robbed Miss Mary
Karnowsky, 918 N. Ashland av.,
of handbag containing $6
Judge Scully fined Chas. Miller,
painjter, $300 and sentenced him
to six months in Bridewell on
After 12 years Mrs. Vaclav
Kaffron, 1922 Throop st., found
her husband. He was eating din
ner with his second wife.
Horner K. Galpin, retiring
clerk of Municipal Court, still has
$202,476.90 fines. Has asked Cir
cuit Court wliat he will do with it.
Madelaine Albers, 20, missing
daughter of a Cincinnati physi
cian, was found after long search
conducted by Chicago police to be
an inmate of Tuckhortf's "Ski
doo" cafe at 24 W. Quincy st.
As burglars were scooping up
$2,000 worth of spoils at home of
Henry Schaeff, 3344 Drexel blvd.,
they were frightejied off by Ethel