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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 17, 1913, Image 5

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Ruth Shepard, 15, 5643 Wentworth
av., disappeared Sept. 12, has been
found. Married to Benjamin Olar,
6153 Wentworth av.
Carlos De Alvandros, lawyer, want
ed as head of clairvoyant trust, dis
barred by Illinois Supreme Court.
Cjty, county and school authori
ties want new boys' reform school
school to take place of John Worthy
School.
Mayor Harrison and Commissioner
of Public Works McGann will go to
Washington next week to take up
lake front question.
John F. Smulski predicts that W. L.
O'Connell, Dunne man, Robert Sweit
zer, Sullivanite, Mayor Harrison,
H.-H. faction, and Fred Busse, Re
publican, will be in mayoralty race.
60,000 tons of soft coal burning in
Reiss coal docks at Waukegan.
Man who committed, suicide, by
jumping in front of C, M. & St. P.
train at Kedzie av., identified as Mor
ris Walsh. 2046 W. Superior st.
Ward 13, County Hospital, closed
when Clyde Barnes, 19, patient, de
veloped smallpox;
John Nichelson, brought before
Judge Scully, pleaded too much grape
juice. Ordered to sign pledge.
Mrs. Anna Sagecka, 4634 Honore
St., and her daughter, Rose, 17, badly
burned trying to put out fire that had
attacked rug.
Chief White Hawk, Indian, disap
peared from Michael Charles, 7325 S.
May st. So did gold watch.
Paul Korgy, youth, 2229 Ferdinand
st, who gave bad beating to Rev.
Henry B. Hall Oct. 4, reed when Rev.
Hall, pleaded for him.
Mrs. Clara Dunlap Pease, Plaza
Hotel, stopped runaway horse.
- Karl Mueller, coal dealer, 5833 S.
Sangamon, who poses as Lutheran
minister, arrested for second time as
bigamist.
Prince Albert of Monaco blew back
to town again after hunting trip with
Buffalo Bill.
Thomas Hall, local attorney, dis
barred by Illinois Supreme Court for
malpractice.
Major Funkhouser denounced
"animal dancing" now in vogue in
Chicago dance halls.
Women's Trade Union League will
organize the Wage Earners' Suffrage
League at their meeting to be held at
116 S. Michigan av,, tonight.
President McCormick says County
Board should be composed of women.
Commissioner McGann reported to
mayor that 133 drinking fountains
had been installed in city during sum
mer. Judge Scully personally took col
lection for Mrs. Conldine Bauer, 24,
739 Wells st., and her two children,
after sending her husband to jaiL
$20 given.
Negro grabbed pocketbook con
taining $20 from Mrs. S. L. Price,
3243 Douglas blvd.
Father John C. McGinn, Notre
Dame University, says lack, of moth
er's care made criminal of Henry
Spencer.
Frank Martin, shot by Officer
Prank Neumann while trying to es
cape arrest, is dead.
Bishop McDowell at Methodist So
cial Union said arrival of foreigners
helped America.
Chicago delegation to American
Catholic Missionary Congress, now
being held in Boston, leave late this
afternoon, headed by Archbishop
Quigley.
Three armed men got $37 from
cash register in Tony Green's saloon,
3159 S. Halsted st.
Emory Balla, Chicago Railways
motorman, crushed to death between
two cars at Lincoln and Wrightwood
avs.
Armed robber got $6.50 "from G.
O'Shea, conductor on Western av.
car.
Pat Norton, 4959 Princeton av., got
fractured skull, his wife, Margaret, is
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