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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 20, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 3',
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said Inspector Nelson. "Already I
have placed in the hands of our at
torney several cases. I would appre
ciate it if any one knowing of any
violation of the factory and the wo
man's J.0-hour law, or of any case of
undue hardship Imposed on the work
ers, would send me the facts, signed
or anonymous, and I will investigate."
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Pasquale Mecllaio, 614 N. Sanga
mon, assaulted by robbers. Left un
conscious. Lost $500.
Fowler's Grocery, 1715 Waller av.,
entered. Three cases of eggs taken.
Joseph Smith found guilty of mur
dering sister-in-law. Got 14 years.
Henry Witt, 3357 N. Clark st and
Fred Hertzler, 4850 N. Ashland ay.,
severely injured. Car hit wagon. Five
passengers cut by glass.
Harry J. Ross, postoffice clerk,
7032 Steward av., leaped before
south-bound "L." Touched third
rail. Revived by pulmotor. Overwork.
Edward Cusator, 2219 Prairie av.,
struck by locomotive at W. 25th st
Michael Keakos, 951 W. Erie st.,
overcome by gas. Pulmotor. Revived.
Police get raise. Captains from
$2,250 to $3,000, lieutenants $1,800
to $2,000, sergeants $1,650 to $1,750.
235 new detectives added.
Twin boys found in hallway, 130
W. Superior st., died yesterday. Ex
Terminals committee forces ordi
nance although railroads are oppos
ed.V Goes to council Monday.
, Romance of Agnes .Werner, 16,
nipped in bud. Elmer Spfllker, 21,
locked up. Wanted to live on love.
Didn't have price of marriage license.
Cost of living has gone up 49.9 per
cent in Chicago in 10 years. Round
steak 90.9 per cent and flour 21.3 per
Allie Hammond, mail order "love
merchant," convicted in federal
court. Used mail to defraud.
John E. Northup, state attorney,
will speak at Young People's Socialist
League, 1432 W. Madison st, Sunday,
Dec. 21, at 8 p. m.
Mrs. May Lambert, 6950 S. Loomis
St., fatally burned. Used kerosene
for kindling. Exploded.
Thomas Hawkins arrested for
drunkenness used cell as laundry.
Mathew Bura, 2021 Webster st.f
promised to be good when given 6
months in Bridewell. Had abandoned
Frank M. Fairfield, attorney, ex
onerated. Charged with fraud and
misuse of power.
Wayne Paige Wellman blames
mother-in-law for trouble in divorce
Dr. E. N. Flint, 322 S. State st., ar
rested. Said to have taken $72 from
Nels Peterson for worthless opera
tion. Lyman E. Cooley, engineer sani
tary district, has new harbor plan.
Cordner's jury declares Edgar E.
Howe, gambler, slain by persons un
known. Recommends investigation.
Robert Linn, mining promoter,
found guilty of fraud. Sold worth
Frank Minitti, Elgin, admitted pos
session of counterfeit coin. To be
Joseph Prim and David Lyon, ticket
brokers, 310 S. Clark st, found guilty!
Sold railroad pass. May get 2 years
and $10,000 fine.
Evanston life-saving station closed
Richard Loesch arrested. Said to
have scalded pig in bathtub. Mrs.
Ida Stadeck complainant. Placed
under $400 bond.
Mrs. Elizabeth Holiday, 66, 2608
Potomac av., seriously injured by Di
vision st. car.
Cases of Wm, Moxley Co. and John
F. Jelke Co., charged with.attempting
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