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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 08, 1913, Image 6',
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fn penitentiary for perjury in John P.
Quinn murder case.
Corporation Counsel Sexton ignor
ed action of city council and failed to
start suit against Empire Voting Ma
John W. Crotty, steamfitter, 5932
S. Winchester av., gave up 56 inches
of skin to save son, Everett, 5, who
was burned in fire.
John Hoffman, 28; John Sherman,
27, and Anthony Hennfng confessed
several safe blowing to Lieut. Larkin,
Dr. Frank G. Smith, Kansas City,
talked of religious liberty and civic
democracy at banquet of Baptist So
Dr. C. Roome appointed health
commissioner of Evanston.
Public Safety Commission wants
City of Chicago and Cook County to
contribute $10,000 each to its work.
Will get another $10,000 by popular
Julia M. Bonsing, employment
agent, sued Mrs. Stella B. Warner,
Highland Park, for $2, claiming she
Robhers got $1,000 worth of jewels
from home of George A. White, 953
2,500 delegates to Eastern Star
convention meeting here today.
Tim Kennelly, 629 W. 12th st., held
up and robbed of $4 by two armed
men at 12th and Canal sts.
Two armed men got $5 from John
Kozov, saloonkeeper, 1835 S. Wood,
Hannah Dorn, 35, 2842 N. Clark
'st., arrested on suspicion of having
entered home of Mrs. Mary Groth,
2849 Sheffield av.
Forty-two firemen, survivors of
Chicago fire in 1871, will hold re
union tonight. s
Mrs. Maybelle Tindolph, Women's
Party of Cook Gounty, says law
should be passed so that prisoners
will be paid for working on public
Marion, HBiel wilLspeak on "Wo
men's1 Influe"nce in 'Politics" at the-,
Social and Civic Club of Sherman
Chas. J. Vopicka, newly appointed
minister to the Balkan States will be
given farewell dinner by Bohemian
THE SULZER CASE
Albany, Oct. 8. Though Louis A.
Sarecky, the young secretary of Gov.
Wiliam Sulzer has tried hard to take
all of the responsibility for Sulzer's
inadequate election expense account,
he was forced to admit several things
that bring the "matter very close to
the impeached executive.
Monotonous interrogation brought
forth the information that although
Sarecky had prepared the incorrect
affidavit of 'expense which the gover
nor swore to, at Sulzer's request, the
candidate neevr told him of cash or
checks received by him personally
and- none of these were included.
Rev. eGorge Chalmers Richmond,
a Philadelphia minister who preached
a sermon charging that the proceed
ings against Sulzer are the result of
a conspiracy, will be subpoenaed to
justify his charges.
CANCELErrSTAMPS BUY BABIES
San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 8. All
canceled postage stamps which reach
the office of Mayor Rolph of San
Francisco are turned over to the Sa
cred Heart school here and from
there they are sent to missionaries in
Ahe interior ot China, who can buy
a baby for every 1,500 stamps. The
Chinese extract the dyes from the
stamps and use it for coloring pot
tery. About 20,000 canceled stamps
have been sent to China from, the
mayor's office. .
STREETS PAVED WITH GOLD
Coquille, Ore., Oct. 8. J. C. Wil
son, a miner, has discovered that the
streets of this town are paved with
rock that will yield $6,40 to the ton
in gold. The statement of the, miner
was verified by reports from, an essay v
office in Virginia CityTNev.