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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 03, 1913, Image 5

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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Body of unfdentified man, t about
50, taken from river at Harrison st.
bridge.
Burglars got $200 worth of Jewels
and clothing from home of Thomas
Kelly, police operator, 3048 Harri
son St.
Mrs. Joseph Harmocinski, 30, 8501
Crandon av., attacked and beaten by
robber.
Roger Sullivan due today. Friends
are hoping for jobs.
James Mellen and John Hoffman,
prisoners, escaped from detective bu
reau. James Long dragged fifty feet by
auto of Chas. J. Clarke, 853 LeClair.
Mrs. Katrina Cari, 400 S. Market
st, slightly injured by taxicab.
Chief of Detectives Halpin offered
suit of clothes or overcoat to man
who gets Floyd Taft, wanted as bur
glar. Pres. McCormick says County Hos
pital will soon be best in country.
Jenkins Lloyd Jones said now that
women have vote they should do
something.
Chas. Schneider, one of two men
who escaped from Bridewell Sept. 5,
caught. Boasts that he'll escape
again.
Albert West, 6822 Wentworth av.,
killed when he caught live wire while
playing in tree.
Phyllis M. Kelley, Mary A. Sellers
and Katherine S. Clark have formed
Chicago's first women's law firm.
Citizens of Morgan Park are pro
testing against negroes moving there.
Mrs. Ida F. Kincaid Loftis filed suit
for divorce against Joseph S. Loftis,
diamond merchant. Habitual drunk
enness. City schools to observe next Friday
as Safety Day.
Dr. John M. Jacobs, 2224 Irving
Park blvd., fined $100 and costs for
running auto while intoxicated.
Anton Bratzjariski, Cicero saloon
keeper, fined $5 and costs for running
slot machine.
Woman's Party of Cook County
say it was none of their members that
hissed' Mayor Harrison at special
garbage matter session of city coun
cil Wednesday night.
Well-dressed young man held up
Mrs. L. Young, agent, at 60th st. sta
tion of Illinois Central. Got $20.
Judge Denis Sullivan decided
Southern Women's Club trouble by
ordering new election for president.
Aurora declared no place for un
sophisticated girl by Aurora Wo
men's Club and policQ.
County Civil ServiceCommissioners
promise to reopen case of Elizabeth
Grimme, county nurse, who was fired
for visiting her dying mother.
Wm. Covert, farmer, tried to imi
tate auto racers on Cob course, near
Hammond, Ind. Bump. May die.
Service Fellowship Club, aimed to
take care of deaf, dumb' and blind,
has begun work.
Chas. J. Vopicka, newly appointed
minister to Balkan States, entertain
ed Gov. and Mrs. Dunne and Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. O'Connell at dinner last
night and outlined his future plans.
John L. Whitman, supt. of Bride
well, in speech at Seventy-five Club,
called Jane Addams "greatest man in
world."
Giuseppe Lamandia, 1122 Cam
bridge av., shot and wounded' from
ambush at Larrabee and Oak sts.
Mrs. Conrad Carlson, 870 Bucking
ham pi., found dead in gas-filled
room.
Chas Jacobson, 1515 S. Springfield
av., and Morris Manley, 1447 N.
Rockwell st, two boys, confessed to
Cragin police that they stole two
autos.
David A. Naughton, 4780 Sheridan
rd., son of rich marble magnate, con
fessed to passing worthless $250
check, paroled for one year.
Eight thousand pupils enrolled in
night, schools.
Delegation of citizens of Chicago
Heights protested because George
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