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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 23, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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complained of disorderly conduct sold
man drinks before-trouble took place.
Dealth 5f Mrs. Leon Van Winkle,
3120 Cottage Grove av., declared due
to poisbtimgj by' coroner's jury.
Frank. Ray, 7131 S. Pebria'st., had
30 inches of intestine Temoved at St
Luke's Tospltal.
Mrs. Mary High, 202 w; 50th St.,
made date with hubby's affinity.4 Ar
rested for disorderly coriduct Re
leased when . ghe ' acknowledged
spanking hUbbyA
$7,000-; vorth of jewels stolen in
Philadelphia recbevered ..In pawn
shops. '
Forged Atchinsori, Topeka and
Santa Pe railroad pay checks travel
ing this way.-
Stephen McNJchpIs, I823 N. Le
claire av., fell under wheels of freight
car. Dead.
Robert J. Maunter, chief operative
Chicago Vigilance Ass'n, given 10
days in Bridewell for collecting
money belonging to "Hub."
Flossie Belentbr, 5, 1507 W. Harri
son st, died from burns received
Nov. 18.
Girls under 21 must appear before
license clerk. "Marriage, .mill" Polk
has gone to Michigan.
School trustees delay site inquiry.
Want to wait for conference with al
dermen. $,000 worth of live stock stolen
in Cook county. Farmers complain
that they have been forced to pay
$2,000 to bring Frank M. Gordon,
alleged horse thief gang leader, from
San Francisco.
$10,000 refund wanted on J. B.
Sherman estate. Claim overcharge
on inheritance tax'.
Funkhouser declares he will stay
on job until levee is tight as drum.
Claims movie men have $10,000,000
to oust him.
Andrew, Oleson, alleged wife slay
er, who attempted suicide with a gun,
died at cbunty jail.
Mrs. Patrick -O'Brien, 3146 Cottage
Grove av., overcome with smoke,
while trying to rescue horses from
burning, barn. 3 horses burned to
death. Damage $5;Q00.
WOMEN HAT WORKERS STRIKE
AGAINST WAGE CUT
4 Employers of women labor, who .
have had everything .their own way.
for a long time, are beginning to feel
the effects of the awakening of the
women to the necessity of organiza
tion. At the Franklin Hat Works, 213
Institute . place, 150 women walked
out oa strike when the. management
tried to reduce their wages about 25
per cent
Before, the strike some of the girls
who struck were not members of the
union, but . hpw they are all -allied .
with the Ladies' Straw and Felt Hat
Operators' Union, Local 14400. N
Only about fur girls remained at
work in the hat shop.
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WOMEN INDICATE THAT THEY"
SHOULD GIVE A BIBLE v
..New York, Jan. 23. Despite the
fact that women were met at the door
of Justice Davis' court by a clerk who
informed them that the testimony in
the Hans Schmidt trial would be of
such a character that no "lady"
would care, to listen to it a number"
of women took their places when the
testimony was. resumed.
Annie Hirt, a domestic employed at
the St Boniface rectory, was the
chief witriess and went over much of
her testimony of the previous trial.
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THE LEWINSOHN CASE
Further documents in the charges :
made by Mrs. Sol Lewinsohn .have
been made public showing that her
husband, the missing bondsman, paid
.to Harry A. Parkin, assistant district
attorney, two checks one of $200'
; and the other for $100.
Mr. Parkin, said that the $200.
check' was for legal services rendered
to eLwinsohn and the other was a
loan.
The federal grand jury will review
the case.. today.

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