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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 14, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 5',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Lieut. Joel Smith, Town -Hall sta
tion, thinks that Oscar Van Hagen,
who is locked up there on charge of
purse snatching, can clear Logue
Thomas Jackson, chauffeur, 1309
W. Adams St., fined $25 and costs for
running over and injuring Wm. Ma
haffy, Jr., S, 7818 S. Sangamon st.
Attorney general McReynolds was
in town yesterday on way to Wash
ington. Said he will soon start his
probe into oleomargarine cases.
Harry E. Hoff, employe of Board
of dection Commissioners, admitted
yesterday that it was possible to
monkey with voting machines.
Humane Society will investigate
complaint that in certain churches
their form of baptism amounts to
The Socialist party's big annual
picnic will be held tomorrow at Riv
erview Park. - The fun will begin
about 9 a. m. and continue into the
evening. Clarence Darrow, Eugene
V. Debs, Seymour Stedman, William
A. Cunnea and Duncan MacDonald
Fire partially destroyed five-story
building, 322-24 S. State St.; $50;000
Mrs. George Smith, 5225 W. 52d
st, Laura Gorman, 13, 2139 S. 40th
av., and Ruth Talbort, 1.1, 4019 W.
22d st, injured when auto turned
turtle and pinned them beneath.
Second Deputy Supt of Police
Herman F. Schuettler completed his
thirtieth year as policeman yester
day. Albert S. Dellafield, director of
Bach Musical College, 5501 Prairie
av., arrested for giving check for $30
when his bank account only showed
Mrs. Jessie Anderson Sears, suing
John Barry Sears, former treasurer
Farwell Trust Co., -for divorce, said
he got rid of 12,000 drinks in four
Firep ante among 150 employes of
James B. Clow & Sons, plumber sup
plies, W. Harrison and Franklin sts.
Health Commissioner Young or
dered three bakeries closed yester
day on account of, unsanitary condi
tions; also found bad conditions in
Maxwell st market
John Clements, 33, 2958 S. State
st, arrested on suspicion of having
been connected with 100 or more
Mounted Policeman Bernard Kelly
attacked by a crowd of 300 boys at
W. Monroe and Green sts-. after he
had arrested two of their friends on
charge of robbing telephone boxes.
Municipal Court bailiffs, beginning
next week, will wear blue uniforms.
R. S. Susuki, 40, Japanese, 1229 E.
63d st, killed by street car at 63d st
and Kimbark av.
International Brotherhood of Team
sters have begun campaign to organ
ize chauffers. Milk Wagon Drivers'
Union voted $10,000 to aid in this
Joseph Zalka, 22, Kankakee, ar
rested by DesDlaines st. police, con
fessed that he threw Charles Mes
kella from third-story window at 634
W. Madison st.
John Gora, 40, laborer, 1608 Ju
lien st, killed himself; gas. Had
quarrel with wife.
Fourteen people arrested in South
Chicago for letting their cows take
stroll down sidewalks.
Henry Evans, 212 W. 67th st, paint
er, killed by 50-foot fall from water
tower in stock yards.
John C. McDohnel, chief of fire
prevention bureau, will co-operate in
effort to maintain "sane Fourth."
Thomas Moore, 52, 9236 .Jefferson
av., killed at 94th st and Washing
ton av. Switch engine.
Robert Schaefer, Lowell, Ind.,
railroad section foreman, and daugh
ter Mary killed when train struck
handcar on which he was taking