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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 03, 1913, Image 7

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travel, is in Chicago. Talked about
growth'of feminist movement.
August R. Nelson, 58, 7023 Adams
av., crushed to death by auto truck
owned by Texas Oil Co., 942 W. 35th
st. Driver arrested.
Theodor Dackerman, 69, left his
estate of $150,000 to his stepdaugh
ter, Mrs. Minnie E. Tatge, and his
daughter, Mrs. Ida L. glein.
Children, marched out in perfect
order when fire alarm was turned in
from Spry public school, 24th st and
Marshall blvd.
Attorney Chas. E. Erbstein will
fight power of Acting-Governor
Glynn to sign papers for extradition
of Chas. O'Connell, alias Soap Box
Hardy, wanted there for bank rob
bery. Forty-seven members of Clover
Pleasure Club, arrested while picnick
ing with several young women, fined
$1 and costs each for throwing Ijeer
bottles from autos.
Mayor Harrison put his official ki
bosh on Tnb's campaign against
cigar counter dice games by deciding
it was not gambling.
Federal Judge Landis is back on
the job after vacation spent at Burt
Lake, Mich.
George Raumitte from Arizona
fined $50 and costs by Judge Scully
for flourishing revolver on Rush st.
bridge.
Judge 'Daniel Gregg, Lacon, Mar
shall county, has succeeded Judge
Chas. S. Cutting on Probate bench.
Thomas Roach, 1603 Blue Island
av., ironworker, may die from in
juries received when brick fell from
W. J. Moxley Butterine Co. bldg. at
541 W. Randolph st.
Mayor Harrison has decided not to
call special session of city council to
consider boulevard link ordinance.
Coroner's Jury decided Carl Scher
er, whose body was found in vacant
barn at Niles Center, HI., met death
' accidentally.
T. J. Sullivan, editor of motorcycle
journal, fined $10 and costs for
speeding on motorcycle.
Attorney Quin O'Brien, addressing
Women's Association of Commerce,
said women would be leaders in com
ing renaissance.
Joseph Semeral, 1642 S. Throop
st, badly injured by 18th st car at
Throop st
Mrs. Mary Delaicho, 458N. Peoria
st., died from bums received when
gasoline stove exploded.
Three girls and three boys have
disappeared from West Side home3
within last few days.
Knights of Columbus have nearly
completed $500,000 endowment for
Catholic University at Washington.
Four dead and several prostrated
as result of heat wave.
Major Funkhouser, Second Deputy
Supt of Police, wants power to regu
late performances at all theaters.
Six warrants sworn out for Wa
bash av. art dealers who have been
exploiting "September Morn."
Judge McGoorty entered order
denying State's 'Attorney Hoyne's
right to file quo warranto proceed
ings against Special Prosecutor
Northup.
Samuel Koretzky, 1445 Taylor st,
ield by five men at' Van Buren and
Throop sts. They got $6.30.
Robert H. Court, 2424 W. 59th pi.,
arrested on complaint of wife, dis
charged on his promise to keep away
from State st.
Women's party of Cook County are
thinking' of "recalling" Mayor Har
rison and city council for allowing
the odorous garbage deal to be put
over.
Up at Clarendon Beach, some thief
sneaked a society, miss' clothes
through the bath-house keyhole and
she had to walk eight blocks in a
rain coat and shoes. The police didn't
interfere with the new style:
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Dead silence by beautiful Inez MH
holland ever since she married the
Dutchman. Maybe some of the ladies
think that controlling a man's rights
is just as good as having them.
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