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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 12, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 4',
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r . WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Chief Justice Olson gave orders
to bar curiosity seekers from Court
of Domestic Relations and Morals
Aid. C. E. Merriam, in speech at
Mandel Hall, University of Chicago,
denounced graft and politics as de
structive to American cities.
Rumored that Capt. Meagher, Des
plaihes street station, has found new
witness who will positively identify
Pano Noum as slayer of Mrs. Flossie
Chicago Grand Company will pre
sent operas in English next season.
Man thought to be W. D. Crockell
struck by Cottage Grove av. car at
S. Wabash av. and E. Van Buren st.
Fractured skull. May die.
Fifteen lodging house keepers ex
amined by Cooper special grand jury
investigating election frauds.
Julia De Matteo, 15, 457 Carpen
ter St., rescued from lake at Man
hattan Beach. Waded too far.
William Gaffney, guest at Briggs
House, reported to police he had lost
$295 matching pennies with two men
at 32d st and Wabash av.
The Building Trades Council last
night placed unrestricted power in
hands of committee of seven to deal
with similar committee from Build
ing Construction Employers' Asso
ciation and consider settlement of
present lock-out. Power was given
to committee because bosses
wouldn't deal with them until they
had learned its power.
Gabriel Rosenthal, "Millionaire
Kid," is again wanted by police.
Said to have passed bad check on W.
J. Shea, 4712 Calumet av.
Election Commissioner Tony Czar
necki told the wonien how to vote at
suffragette reception in Bauer's Cafe,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A: Nelson, 3046
Wentworth av., struck and injured by
auto owned and driven by 'Peter Y.
Vooss, 4725 Beacon st., at State st.
and Jackson blvd.
Police raided resort run by Minnie
Dalton at 742 N. Clark st. Six wo
men and three men arrested.
Lee Weinstein, 2617 W. Division st
swallowed poison in Grant Park. May
die. Tuberculosis and out of work.
George Thompson, 44, negro, con- f
victed on charge of transporting Em
ma Hanson, 15, from Illinois to
Michigan for immoral purposes.
Next federal grand jury may in
vestigate circumstances surrounding
flight of Jack Johnson to Paris.
James Rigney surprised while ran
sacking house Of Dr. W. Rittenhouse,
63d and Langley av., arrested after
long and exciting chase.
Mayor Harrison will introduce or
dinance making it law for cabaret
singers to be fully dressed.
Edward Payson Weston, veteran
walker, strolled in from New York
yesterday. Will take short walk to
Fire caused $35,000 loss to Argila ,
& Kirby's hay barn and elevator,
South LaSalle and W. 62d sts.
Finance committee on Mayor Har
rison's motion voted $15,000 to buy '
5 acres at 91st and Stony Island av. "
to be used as incinerator to take
care of garbage. r
Desire of both Medill McCormick1'
and Frank H. Funk to be Bull Moose
candidate for U. S. senator may-'
cause split in that party.
North and West Side street car
men will contribute $1 a month each
for benefit of County Traction and
Suburban Railway Companies' strik
ers. Five children bitten by dogs inv C
Maxwell street police district yester-.
Automobile said to be owned by -Frank
Madia, 1612 Michigan av., al
leged fence of Webb-Perry auto ban
dits, struck and injured Mrs. Eliza-,
beth Ryder, 35, 2314 S. Homan av.,
at Jackson blvd. and S. Homan av.
Judge Scanlan gave State's Attor
ney Hoyne leave to file information