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.on the side of the sinner. ,And that
is'where The Day Book wants to bet
and will be found. -
I don't accept men by what they
profess to be." I don't believe much
in badges, tags, labels aand uniforms.
My religion "is the Golden. Rule, and.
I am in sympathy and love only with
those .Christians whose Christianity
is the Christianity of Christ.
And that means much more than
belonging to the Y. M. C. A., the Y.
W. C. A. or any church.
I mean no offense by what I write
about anybody, and no true Christian
will find offense in it.
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
W. L. MacDonald, 21 . alleged mem
ber of Chicago auto-bandit gang,
arrested in Detroit today on tip given
to police by James Graham, with
whom he boarded.
The motion for the new trial for
Ed and Henry Barrett for the mur
der of Walter Masterson has been set
for April 26.
Walter Penski, 863 Grand av.,
stabbed and seriously wounded by
two men during quarrel in Leict's sa
loon, 839 Grand av., today. Dying at
hospital. Assailants escaped.
As a memorial to his son, drowned
in Lake Geneva last year, Chas. G.
Dawes, Pres. Central Trust Co., will
erect a $100,000 hotel for "down-and-out"
men. Will be named the Rufus
Fearing Dawes .Memorial Hotel. Five
cents a night for lodging. Employ
ment agency run in connection.
Peter McAndrews, teamster, 142
Sheldon st, arrested, escaped and re
arrested after revolver duel. Forgery.
Passed between 40 and 50 checks
supposed to have been issued by
Acme Teaming Co., 747 W. Con
John Campbell", 12, 2211 Park av.,
struck younger brother Elmer, 10,
with broomstick. Elmer came back
with a brick. John knocked uncon
scious. Seriously injured. Elmer
Wm. Currier, 45, real estate agent,
4120 Drexel blvd., found dead in
room. Gas. Coroner investigating.
Have you seen Mme. Tetrazzini in
a limozini? "
After chloroforming Nathan Ros
eristrauf, 929 Wellington av., robber
escaped with jewelry worth $3Q0.
Jewelry and clothing stolen from
home of Mrs. Julian Englehardt,
1542 N. Western av. '
M. Cornell, 6527 S. Sangamon st.,
victim of hold-up men. $4 and $25
Samuel Wolf, Maywood, killed, and
Harold Carey, Maywood, severely in
jured when struck by engine of C. &
N. W. Ry.
A. Rqok and Clifford Loy, 4933 In
diana av., arrested. Rook collected
$15 for employer, Henry Peterson,
and had Loy hold him up and take
money from him.
R. D. Holland, alleged seer, 236 N.
Ashland av., arrested on complaintof
Fred Hamp, J132 W. Monroe St., who.
says he gave Holland $25 when Hol
land said he would make him lucky.
Mary Gumminder, 1646 Dayton st.,
7, slightly hurt by auto of J. P, Dal
lasch, 1140 Noble st ,
Miss Margaret Aikens, 17, 1146 N.
Prairie av., found unconscious on
floor of . Blue Island av. car.
Eleven chauffeurs and A. C. War
ren, 722 Addison st; E. J. Fawcett,
811 Rush st; Wm. Gudhlmann, 58Q0
Kenmore av., and Chas. Priest, ,3535
Indiana av., arrested for speeding
Twenty families fled when fire at
tacked building in rear of 1306 Wal
ler st. Loss heavy.
Samuel Guarbino, 447 N. Green st.,
and Frank Dorr, 818 Austin av., ar-
'rested when baseball game" ended in
fight. Guarbino s father said to have
struck Dorr over head with a Bat.
Gust'ave Adains, 215 S. Halsted st.,
severely beaten by. four men. .Sayja