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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 07, 1913, Image 6

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caused an early smash in prices on
the Board of Trade today. Indiana,
Illinois, Nebraska and Iowa reported
relief from drought conditions.
Attorney James T,. Brady and hi3
brother, Robert Brady, cited to ap
pear before Judge Owens and make
arrangements to pay for support of
their father, Bernard Brady, 73, who
is in Oak Forest infirmary.
Five Italians fined $1 and costs
ich for writing Black Hand letters.
Body of M. W. Phelps, Cleveland,
)., attorney, found on Pennsylvania
uacks at 65th st. Skull fractured.
.Juitcase near body.
Emma Cumberland, 17, 3530 N. Al
bany av., missing since July 29. May
have eloped.
Chas. Novak, 1523 Emma st., tried
! drown himself in water trough at
. Chicago av. station.
'Iin Danies, confessed firebug,
told how he started fire at 1232 Mil-
akec av. for $700.
A. S. Mack, 50, 635 Dearborn av.,
rested by Mrs. Jane Skinner, juve
' ile court officer, on charge of not
i uking care of children.
More rumors concerning big police
shakeup are afloat.
Fay Fry, 1445 Van Buren st, at
tacked by five men in Jefferson Park
who were with his sister.
Louise Jonston, 20, foster daughter
of Waukegan mail carrier, tried sui
cide by jumping into lake. Rescued
by Ben Rubin, junk dealer.
White people of Wilmette will hold
mass meeting Saturday night to pro
test against negro invasion.
E. J. McCutcheon, 5344 Greenwood
av., arrested and fined $5 and costs
for trying to swim up Greenwdod av.
Ormsby McHarg, prominent Re
publican, is here full of plans to re
unite Bull Moosers and Republicans.
Louis Less, 522 N. Ashland av.,
shot in neck by unidentified man
while walking through Union Park.
Robert Cade, 18, taken into cus
tody at time of Benny Holstein mur
der and then released, is again want
ed in connection with, the crime. ,
George H. Hubbard, 6347 Ellis av.,
fined $25 by Judge Petit'fdr dodging
jury service.
Edwin Dahlberg, resident of Irving
Park, killed when back porch railing
at 902 Townsend st. collapsed.
Plunged to sidewalk.
Robert F. T. Milligan, president of
Kingdom of God Vineyard and Mis
sionary Society, found guilty of seri
ous charge preferred by Alice Tur
rentine, 6926 Wentworth av.
Peter Miller, 50, 4547 N.- Paulina
st., probably fatally injured, by fall
from 2d-story porch.
Leonard Gaffey, 6, 1447 W. Erie
st, shot in nose with air rifle by Al
fred Dahl, 8, 1457 W. Erie st. Play
ing cowboy.
Four men and women arrested for
leaving autos standing in street too"
long.
Ten persons failed to identify Mrs.
Pauline Day, held at Maxwell st. sta-r
tion as alleged burglar.
Policeman John C. Olson, Rawson
st. station, fired from force for drink
ing with woman while on duty.
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FORCE OF HABIT
"Why did you recommend flannel
cakes, when you have other things
on the menu?"
"Madam, I used to work In a dry
goods store."

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