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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 16, 1913, Image 3',
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- In short, ray Interest In equal suffrage Is not merely an Interest in see
ing -women get something they want, hut It comes from a firm conviction
that the influence of women is needed for all humanity in all human re
lations. And whatever criticism may be piled upon the present Illinois legisla
ture, I can't help believe that there is a whole lot of good in a legislatura of
men that resists all of the terrific pressure, of selfishness and greed and
grants the franchise to women in so far as they can.
WHAT HAPPENEDINCHICAGO TODAY
Eli Smith, 3700 S. Halsted st., went
to sleep in hallway. Two men took
off his shoes and stole his watch.
Smith did not awake. Police from
Desplaines street station saw robbers
run and arrested them.
Two men and women held up Har
ry Wilson, 1000 Jackson blvd., at
Jackson and S. Green, beat and rob
bed him of $22. Woman and one
man held Wilson while other man
Max Berlogowski, 820. N. Carpen
ter st., fired at man who broke into
house early today. Man escaped.
Two men tried to hold up A. J. Mil
ler, cashier in ticket office of Doug
lass Park "L," at 14th place station.
Miller drew revolver and men fled
after firing phot.
Two men tried to enter bedroom
of Mrs. Robert M. Griffin, 1038 N.
Franklin st. Mrs. Griffin attacked
them with candlestick, striking sev
eral blows. Men escaped.
Frank Brown, 941 N. Center av.,
helped intoxicated woman to her
home on second floor at 1301 W.
Chicago av. Unidentified man hit
him as he started away. .Woman said
she did not know assailant.
Oscar Paulson, chauffeur, 1820 N.
Sawyer av., was standing by ma
chine in front of 2322 N. Clark st,
when he was struck by machine
driven by Fred Groya, - 2435 Perry,
son of wealthy manufacturer. Paul
son may die. Groya arrested.
The Societa San Vito Di Ricigliano
will bold 17th annual picnic at Ever
green Park, 95th st. and Kedzie av.,
Sunday, June 22.
. Mrs. Mary Bushnell, whose delica
tessen and all personal belongings
were destroyed in fire in Ingram
apartments in February, lost purse
containing $220 while on street car
on Cottage Grove between 47th and
61st sts. Hundred dollars was given
her by owner of apartments and $120
had been saved from salary of son,
who gets $12 a week. MrsT Bushell
now living at 6110 Ellis av.
The Chicago Telephone Co. today
filed its acceptance of the new ordi
nance with the city clerk.
Judge Charles S. Cutting of Pro
bate Court announced today he had
Fire, starting in barn, attacked
apartment building, 5942 S. Halsted
st. People driven to street. Five
Street car hit auto at North av.
and Dickson st. One dying, five bad
Joseph Wolters and Mike Caffa
rella, motorcycle racers, injured in
accident at Riverview Park motor
drome. Ernest Zahlmann, 2117 W. 21st
st place, conductor, reported that
negro had stolen cash box contain
ing $10 while riding on 47th st car.
Mrs. H. K. Jorjorian, 1112 Argyle
av., and her son, Puzant, 5, struck
by street car. Will recover.
Police pinched alleged gambling
house run iy Max Boskin at 1017
W. 12th st. Got 15 men.
Piano and Organ Workers' Union
have settled their strike against Ly
on & Healy's. Will return to work
Mr. and Mrs. A. Huber, 4220 N.
Kedzie ar., injured when their motor-