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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 26, 1913, Image 6',
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Lee, wealthy publisher,- may not
cover his debts.
Democratic members of drainage
board blocked plan to make vouch
ers public. x
W. J. 'Rice, Wheaton, III., wants di
vorce because he says his wife mar
ried him against his will.
Mrs. Ella Hibring stabbed by Wes
ley Shortvat 435 S. State st. He es
caped. Both colored.
Henry L. Sonn struck street car
with motorcycle. Badly injured.
Louis J. Comiskey, son of White
Sox owner, to marry Grace Elizabeth
Reidy, 3404 Jackson blvd.
Police raided alleged disorderly flat
at 4342 Calumet av. Arrested two
men and two women.
Joul Picard, Jr., filed annulment
suit against his bride of a month.
Judge Owens ordered Willis P.
Dickinson, LaSalle st. broker, to pay
$75 a month for support of grandson.
Pearl Gorman, 19, brought back
from Woodstock, 111., on charge of
stealing two diamond rings valued at
$100 from Mrs. Catherine Flynn, 1452
W. Van Buren st.
Nick Korngold, 333 S. Center av.,
private, detective, arrested for taking
gold watch from Bert Howe, 19, on
promise to make boy detective.
Eleven. men from 11th, 19th and
34th wards indicted by special grand
jury probing election frauds.
Martin McMahon, 17, 6935 Stony
Island av., thrown from motorcycle
and badly hurt by auto owned by
Bernard Malloy, 1204 Waveland av.
Gambling squad arrested 33 men in
raid on 1330 W. -Madison st.
Congregation will fight order to
abandon property of Wabash Av. M.
Bion J. Arnold says subway would
eventually save millions.
Chicago Medical Society will aid
County Agent Meyer in his exposure
of County Hospital conditions.
Chris Timholt, Burnside, fined $5
for pinching strange woman. "
Insanitary conditions of South
Clark st. station has, driven that!
branch of Municipal Court to new
quarters in Criminal Court bldg.
Judge Mahoney will preside.
Mrs. Cecil Daily, 4151 Indiana av.,
badly beaten by John Ford, roomer,
when she objected to his attentions.
City Council sub-committee prom;
ises rigid probe into expenditure of
city money. (
Robert Anderson, 4140 21st pi.,
found dead. Gas.
Police looking for six missing per
sons. 'Policeman Wm. Allen, who ac
cidentally killed Wm. Lorman, freed.
Dr. Emma H. Muncie said social
evil would make race of degenerates.
Dr. J. A. Marshall, Pontiac, filed
suit against Attorney General Lucey!
Julius Troch confessed he was
driver of "safe-robbers"-auto, which
has terrorized West Side business
WOMAN STEPS INTO THE
-Sacramento, Cal., Sept. 26. Mrs.
W. H. Moreland, wife of Bishop
Moreland" of the Episcopal diocese,
successfully opposed a resolution
providing for the dismissal of all
proceedings against Marsha War
rington and Lola Norris by the Ju
"Both of these girls are going
around the streets laughing and
shopping," Mrs. Moreland said. Some
restraint should be placed upon
them. It is the duty of the court to
save other girls from such as these."
HEARST AUTO HITS WOMAN
Mrs. John McManus, 52, 1041 N.
Franklin street, was knocked ddwn
and probably rfatally injured by a
Hearst auto truck this morning at ,
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She was crossing.ihe street when
the truck came down upon her.
The woman was removed to the
Policlinic Hospital, wheVe the doctors
hold out small hope, f
The driver, Arthur Hug, 1230 Cly
bourh avenue, was -locked up at the
Chicago avenue station.