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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 31, 1913, Image 8',
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a plot to prevent any hunger
strike by paying the fines of all
sentenced suffragettes. This fol
lowed the payment of "General"
Flora DrummondV fine anony
mously. . o-
Nearly three-fourths of tha
members of the trades unions of
the United Kingdom belong to
the building, mining, quarrying,
metal, engineering, shipbuilding
or textile trades,
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Word from Pana, 111., says
man arrested there was not Rob
ert Webb. Released.
Burglars made second appear
ance in saloon of G. W. Cohen,
31 N. Franklin st., within three
weeks. Got $1 1 and 14 boxes of
Local pension agency will
move to Washington, D. C.,
Miss Rose Desmond, 16, 515
DeKoven st., arrested today for
15th time in month for running
Vaclav Kofron, 1922 Throop
st., held to grand jury oh charge
Mary ConneUy, 13, 816 Sedg
wick st., severely hurt by auto of
R. P. Board, 906 Larrabee st.
Flat over cigar store of Wm.
Frese, 68 W. Chicago av., raided.
25 men arrested. Charged with
Podv of Joseph Mooney, 4747
S. Laflin St., reported found in
Missouri river at Nodaway, Mo.
Miss Delia Gordon, 18, 801 S.
Marshfield av., severely injured
by street car. Company's ambu
lance attempted to take her to
hospital. Refused to get in am
bulance unless they took her
home. They did.
Policeman P. T. Mullen sus
pended today. Charged with go
ing into saloon of Wm. Mench,
3223 N. Clark st., with a friend
and shooting up the place in play.
D. J. McAllister, 4338 W. Mon
roe st., real estate broker, and C.
Argus, 3054 Warren av., held to
grand jury charged with operat
ing confidence game.
D. H. Wilson, farmer, Oregon,
111., died few days ago. Today he
was found to be worth $1,000,000
in securities that were left him
some time ago. Police looking for
relatives. No will has been found
Mrs. H. DeBock, 23, 1734 W.
15th st., and mother, Mrs. Kath
erine Medock, 65, 1749 W. 15th
St., arrested when seen carrying
away coal from B. & O. Ry.
tracks. Discharged. Policemen J.
Carney, who was assigned to
take them to county agent's office
started a cash donation.
Joseph Leschinski, 70, 5335
Laflin St., struck and fatally in
jured by Burlington train.
Claude Mark arrested on sus
picion of passing bogus checks.
M. Hartr6507 S. Green st., vic
tim of burglars. Got jewelrv and
clothing worth $200.
Three armed men robbed sa
loon of Wm. Tibesart, 3350 E.
89th st. Got $316.