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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 27, 1913, Image 6',
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nicipal offices will be chosen to
night at city convention of Prohi
bition party at Hotel La Salle.
D. .D Moore fell into basement
at 645 Wells st. Killed.
R. Hickey, saloonkeeper, 2348
W. Madison St., refused to prose
cute Lieut. J. C. Mullen because
he was "afraid to do so." Mullen
is alleged to have beaten him in a
quarrel over a bottle of beer.
Mrs. Chas. R. Henrotin, club
woman, in address before High
School Teachers' Club, said that
everything in the 20th century is
up to date except manners. "The
old-fashioned gentleman is no
Wm. G. McAdoo, ex-police
commissioner of N. Y., diagnosed
American police system, found it
ailing and prescribed a number of
remedies, in address before local
Real Estate Board.
Ed Goldman, 15, 511 E. 34th
pi., shot and severely wounded
James Halloran. 15, 3907 Prairie
av. Love quarrel over Elsie Wal
ters, 13, 4217 S. State st. Gold
Man reported to have been
struck and kidnaped by auto with
license number "15387." Police
G. Mulkern, 1653 Clifton Park
av. ; F. Gardner, 1523 W. 13th st. ;
M. Casey, 2725 W. 15th pi., and
Ed Sweeney, 1812 W. Jackson
blvd., arrested. Believed to be
John Schwall died at hospital
from injuries received two weeks
ago at Corn Products Refining
Police raided home of John
Mataloni, 828 Austin av. Recov
ered several thousand dollars'
worth of stolen property. Mata
loni, wife and son arrested.
John Reitz, 56, 2533 Ann St.,
enjoyed his third winter swim at
Claremont Beach yesterday. No,
he isn't crazy. A
Peter Cernik, 28, hung himself
to tree at St. Lucas Cemetery.
Left note for wife saying he was
unlucky and life could no longer
Fifty men and women arrested
in South Side resort district when
they attempted to reopen their.,
disorderly houses. Woman book
ed as keeper in each case.
Dr. H. H. Bawden, vice pres.
Little Landers' Community of
San Diego, Cal., is here for pur
pose of organizing a community
Negro giving , name as R.
Davis, Dowagiac. Mich., chased
and followed Marie, 6, and Ber
nadette, 5, sisters, into kitchen of
their home, 1529 E. 63rd st. Ar
rested. Mob threatened hirn.
Frank Zavaschi, musical direct
tor in the "Ofedoas Manon Opera
Four," vaudeville play at Majes
tic theater, arrested charged with
embezzling $85 from the com
pany. He denied it.
T. Vonos, 22, and wife Char
lotte, 17, arrested after she had
told police how her husband had
forced her into life of shame.
Mrs. Mark Norris, Grand Rap
ids, Mich., died at Congress
Fire in rear of Chicago Tele
phone Co., 319 W: Washington
st. Small panic in Iroquois and