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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 29, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 9',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
John Roth, 4852 Winthrop av.,
robbed at S. Dearborn and Harrison
st. Lost $10 and watch.
James Phelps, farmer, Momence,
111., saved from death by blankets.
C. & E. I. locomotive smashed buggy.
Thrown on cowcatcher and carried
Three men arrested for taking $340
worth of clothing from David Rosen
thal, 462 N. Halsted st.
Cold valued at $270 taken from
dentists. Dr. G. Hobbs, 4557 Broad
way and D. A. Thomas, 935 Belmont
Thirty-eight women arrested in
South Side raids. Punkhouser en
deavoring to clean up district.
Three telephone operators and two
supervisors fainted from overwork
at the Lake View exchange of the
Chicago Telephone Co. yesterday.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young announced
she would recommend to board in
crease in salaries for principals in
Miss Lillian Stevens, hermit, Calu
met River Island, paroled by Judge
Anton Petkus haled Elizabeth Cil
ianite into court. Wants rings back.
Claims Elizabeth has four other
Mrs. Johanna Kucal, and baby, 85,7
Burley av., released from jail. Charg
ed with stealing toys in 5 and 10-cent
store. Judge was sorry for baby.
Herman Boetcher, 1828'Bissell st,
wanted for robbery. Suicide to avoid
Earl Vrooman, 15, 1515 Montrose,
and Geo. Faye, 14, 4059 Greenview
av., high school boys, arrested Found
in apartment house hiding behind
radiator. Had removed brass fix
tures. Bert H. Peck may become city tele
phone supervisor. Job pays $3,Q0Q.
Death of Miss. Norma Ahlstrahd
wakes up safety commission. Will
make rigid investigation. Demand
Rear-end collision on Northwest
ern "1." Passengers thrown by
shock. One woman slightly injured.
John Kwavzak, Mil unapin st.,
shot his wife. Condition serious. Had
Women demand G. O. P. jobs. No
Judges to hear budget demands.
Experts to give advice. Pres. Mc
cormick believes board snoum aDiae
by salary lists if appropriations asked
are not excessive.
Otto Paske, 3622 Hamilton av., and
Gustave Silke, 1823 Roscoe -St., ar
rested. Beat horse to death.
National convention of Teachers of
English "calls newspapers powerful
for evil." Don't like style, diction or
John Roth, saloonkeeper, Harrison
and Dearborn sts., robbed and beaten
by three highwaymen.
Dr. C. G. Staats has been experi
menting with snake poison as an epi
Toney Martino, 15, 628 S. May st.f
and Cluesto De Mette, 14, 919 For
quer St., jailed. Eloped to Aurora.
Women for the first time took part
in the conference of Republican
Five negroes arrested as auto
thieves. Seven autos recovered.
Plans are ready for Sheridan Road
work. Park Board to begin opera
tions at Glencoe.
' Report on pumping station de
manded. Delayed 13 months. Trus
tee says, "Trouble due to laziness."
Alfred Powlait, 3, Elsie, 5, 654 W.
18th st, turned on the gas. Over
come. Revived. Pulmoter.
Mayor Harrison not in favor of
tango dancing in hotels. Says he will
not issue licenses unless compelled
Trial of David Rose and five other
men next Monday will begin first of
vote fraud cases.
Jos. Cohen sued former wife, Blos
som Seeley, and her present husband,
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