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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 08, 1913, Image 5',
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and is a.great help in the difficult task
of teaching amateurs the art of
In her swimming lessons Miss
Trapp never neglects the life-saving
feature, and the above picture is a
part of that lesson. She knows that
men and women, when in the deadly
fear of drowning, lose control of their
wits and almost always try to seize
the rescuer around the neck; thus
Her method, as shown in the pho
tograph, is to shut off the breath of
the frenzied victim at the nostrils and
the wind-pipe. ' The pressure on the
abdomen assists in relaxing the body
and after that it is easy for the res
cuer to take the one in danger ashore.
Robt. T. Milligan, head of "King
dom of God Vineyard Society," con
victed of serious charge brought by
Alice Turrentine, held revival meet
ing in prisoner's quarters of Judge
Petit's court today until bailiff but
Cook County board of review says
it will quit work next week unless
county board gives it $20,000 for ex
James, Cardinal Gibbons, arrived
in Chicago today on way to meeting
of Catholic Federated Societies at
Reporters from every trust news
paper in the city were waiting to ask
His Eminence if he -were going to
talk about Socialism at Milwaukee.
The Cardinal said he did not think
the subject would come up.
Board Of Review-declares $40,000,
000 probably will be added to Cook
County assessment rolls this year.
Hospitals says police help them
avoid ordinance under which they
must hand in written report of all
accident cases brought to them with
in half hour of occurrence of acci
dent. Sam Goldman, Jacob Richmon,
Harry Pesttene, Nathan Eachofsky,
Mandall and Harry Gerber, indicted
yesterday by the special grand jury
investigating vote frauds, appeared
before Judge Petit and gave bond of
$5,000 each. Morris Abrahams and
James W. Regan have not surrender
ed. Abrahams is said to be in Mich
igan. Bertha Olson, 22, 1606 S. Second
av., Maywood, disappointed in love.
Carbolic acid. Maywood, Park. Found
Rollie Fonts, fireman, 2400 W.
Lake st, knocked off side of Pennsy
freight car at W. Lake and RockwelL
Louis Johnson, 40, 527 N. Ada st.,
came home 1 o'clock this a. m. Said
goodnight to wife. Stretched out on
Amelia Helling, 19, 1825 W. Madi
son st. 111. Despondent. Carbolic
acid. Garfield Park. Found today. '
Probate Clerk John A. Cervanka
to name temporary successor to
Chas. S. Cutting as probate judge.
Cutting tired of bench.
Robt D. Moss, 16, 1384 Fulton st,
knocked down by Fulton car at Shel
don. Probably fatal.
Maccabees of Chicago hold annual
picnic at Glenwood Park, near Ba
tavia, I1L, tomorrow. Trains leave
Met "L" at 9.
Three robbers held up C. Halloran,
2444 Eastwood av., during storm, and
took $9, stickpin worth $5, ring worth
$10, and umbrella worth about a mil
lion dollars so long as storm lasted.
Same three tried to hold up Abra
ham Feslropsky, 3110 Drake av. He
ran, hollering "police."
Settlement of threatened strike of
1,000 employes of Belt Railway Co.,
of Chicago, and Chicago & Eastern
Indiana Road, reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Picard, Jr., of
Virginia Hotel, appear to have ended
their cocktaily troubles. " Paul has
got a job. She's gone back to him.
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Neuberger
sail on Imperator from New York to-morrow
to continue honeymoon in
Europe. Mrs. Newberger -was Mrs.