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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 11, 1913, Image 26',
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and then lend the money at 6 or
more per cent; and sometimes they
get a premium in the way of a com
mission. The richer a man is the
lower the interest at which he can
borrow the people's money.
When the people who save money
understand this game of finance the
frenzied financiers who get rich
through the use of other people's
money will have hard picking. St
Paul has found one way of cutting
down the rich picking of the plutes.
George Pringle. 5032 Calumet av.,
driver for Bowman Dairy Co., arrest
ed while driving auto containing bot
tles of liquor valued $50. Charles
Ramsey, negro porter, 315 E. 51st st,
later charged with stealing liquor.
Mrs. Adolph BAer, 7050 Normal av.,
and daughter Carrie badly bruised
when struck by auto at Wabash and
James C. Jensen, 5721 S. Carpen
ter st., searching for brother John,
18. Disappeared with $600 of James'
After Frank Peterson, Joliet, had
broken into store at 1123 Rush st,
leveled gun and pulled trigger three
times, Frank J. Winsour, proprie
tor, overpowered him. Cartridges
Royal Arcanum Hospital Ass'n will
hold fourth annual picnic at River
Richard Losche, 8005 Colfax av.,
held on $1,500 bond on charge of
poisoning chickens belonging to An
ton Janaski, 8009 Colfax av.
Miss Jane Addams is latest sugges
tion for appointment by Gov. Dunne
to new Illinois public utilities com
mission. D. J. Thompson, said to be son of
wealthy N. Y. silk dealer, under ar
rest charged with passing bogus
Mrs. Louisa Becker and Thomas
Young, 1905 N. Western av., arrest
ed on complaint of Mrs. Young, held
in $2,000 bail each. Case set for
Belle Leibowitz entered suit for
$10,000 against Chicago Railways
Co. Charges fall from car last Sep
tember has caused headaches.
Dr. Roy M. Potter at convention
of Northwestern Optical Ass'n stated
eye strain is cause of much stomach
Mrs. Freda Kraft, 1831 Ellen st.,
filed suit against Samuel Topple, 1800
W. Division at., and Peter Berzinski,
1275 N. Wood st, saloonkeepers, for
$25,000 under state dram-shop act
Husband died June 6 of alcoholism.
Alva Davis, of firm of McGillivray &
Davis, diamond brokers, 35 S. Dear
born st, surrendered to police on
warrant charging larceny of dia
monds worth $7,000.
Anna Marlow, artist of Marlow,
Okla., found unconscious on Chicago
& Indiana Railway bridge over Calu
met River. Probably struck by train.
Charles S. Bonney, former actor,
2253 W. 24th st, found dead in gas
filled room. Though suicide.
Thos. Donavon and Ben Hanson
arrested after robbing Morgan st.
station of Chicago & Oak Park Ele
vated Railroad Co. of $3.75.
Health Commissioner Young fight
ing against transfer of half or two
thirds of his inspectors to building
Relatives and friends still worried
over disappearance of Attorney Aug
ust Wicklund who left Chicago on
business trip April 30 and has not
State's Attorney Hoyne is making
vague threats of indicting two at
torneys alleged to have received
money to fix State's Attorney's office.
Lawrence Harvey, 152 W. Harrison
st, killed himself with razor
after wife "called" him for drinking.
Elizabeth Robin, 18, 1303 E. 93d
st, and her chumi Katherine Pipp,
17, 9328 Woodlawn av., left home
Wednesday night. Police searching.
Judge Owens ordered estate of
Chas. T. Yerkes, who died in 1905,