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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 18, 1913, Image 7

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from injuries received at boiler ex
rion Harcourt apartments, 1375 E.
57th st.
John Cuthbert arrested on com
plaint of wife, released when he read
two lines from her poem called
"Longing for the Shore." '
"Allie" Hammond, 217 E. 35th st.,
arrested. Alleged to have swindled
banks out of $2,000.
Two babies, two days old, found at
130- W. Superior st by Chas. Crane,
janitor.
Wm. Deering, harvester manufac
turer, left $12,000,000. $1,000,000 to
'Northwestern University.
Health committee wants law to
stop fake "ads." Chicago Examiner
objects to proposed legislation.
Moss En right rearrested. Held un
der $25,000 bond for killing Gentle
man. Pearl Fisher, 17, 4342 W. Madison,
severely injured. Tripped over rope
towing auto.
Grand av. bridge opened. Cost
$250,000. Was delayed four years
by labor disputes.
Body of Adolph Cheffer arrived
from Kankakee Hospital with broken
jaw and badly bruised. Atuhorities
say there is nothing to investigate.
Mrs. Kitty Altnedorf, 113 W. On
tario st., and three others fined $10
and costs. Charged with keeping; dis
orderly house.
James Redmond, 11 S. Winchester
av., failed to appear in court. Charg
ed with two serious offenses. Fined
$20Q and $1,500 bond forfeited.
Annette Felton, 3032 S. Park av.,
missing.
Detectives Walter O'Brien and Jos
eph Carmody to be tried by civil ser
vice board. Said to have been in
league with clairvoyants.
Harry Moran, St. Louis, and Jas.
Lyons, 3232 Archer av., charged with
interstate commerce larceny. Were
caught breaking car seal.
The third of a series of lectures on'
"Government, National, State and
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Young Women's Suffrage Alliance,
will be delivered by Mrs. Mae Simons
at Hull House Friday evening, Dec. 9.
Mrs, Anna Daley, 2122 Flournoy,
died at Vesta Circle Hospital. Fell
from second story of home Friday.
Stanley Lefko, saloonkeeper, 9339
Evanston av., fined $20 and costs.
Had 16-year-old bartender.
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THIRTY-FIVE DEAD BODIES ARE
TAKEN FROM VULCAN MINE
Newcastle, Col., Dec. 17. Thirty
five bodies have been recovered from
the Vulcan mine, wrecked by an ex
plosion qf gas yesterday. It is be
lieved there are three others dead.
Five escaped alive.
Many of the victims were decapi
tated, others had arms and legs torn
off and still others were disembow
eled. Union miners who went on a strike
and whose places were taken by the
men who' perished in the Vulcan
mine have conducted the work of re
covering the bodies and have not
rested since the explosion.
Sec'y Doyle of the United Mine
Workers wired $300 to be used by
the union to relieve the distress of
the families of the non-unionists.
SCHOOL HEAD JOLTS POLICE
Quincy, III., Dec. 18- Quincy po
lice sat up with a jar when Principal
Zens Smith went down town and
hauled a bunch of his high, school
boys away from the bar in half a
dozen saloons. And they didn't feel
any more comfortable when a dozen
Quincy mothers wrote Smith com
mending his action and rapping both
the police and the saloonkeepers who
disregarded the age limit of selling
liquor. Smith said today that if any
further violations of the same law
continued he would prosecute.
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A number of Los Angeles clubmen
and women held a mass meeting and
after three hours resolved that some
thing must be done for the 20,000
unemployed in that city then ad
journed.
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