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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 26, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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near heart. Louis Diaso, 942 W-.
Grand av., and Gustave Simonson
and Wesel Hemer, roommates of
Hellan's, held by police.
125 aldermanic. candidates enter
list today. Five women and 45 Re
publicans file petitions. 30 aldermen
Jacob Riis claims, "The child la
borer is the father of the tramp and
George Doubeck,. 7, 1536 W. 18th
st, wants police to find dad. Mother
doesn't want hubby back. Claims he
is shiftless and .deserted her.
Hubby who keeps mouse in pocket
to protect loose change is not the
osophical, said Ransom Randall in
lecture on theosophy.
Albert Winkler, 3547 W. 15th st,
saved by bank roll. -Saw two sus
picious looking men. Ran. Bullet
hit pocketbook. Escaped uninjured
New terminal plan to be submitted
this week. Overcomes old objections.
Site proposed east of Canal st. at Van
Buren st. y
Michael Riverso, 1436 W. Polk st.,
and Mrs. Jennie Basile arrested. Jos
eph Basile", 43, Hartfoijd, Conn., hus
band of woman, complainant.
Miss Irene Kroll, 636 S. Hermitage
av:, arid two male companions stop
ped by two men. John Cull and Rich
ard Andrews held as suspects.
Basil Mokoruk, 8, 1372 W. Ran
dolph St., missing since Friday, found
starving in vacant lot. Lost. Con
Auto hit by Racine av. car at Root
st and S. Union av. 5 injured and
Miss Helerr Terry, superintendent
of nurses, city health dept, says
schools are badly ventilated and
menace to health. . .
One of the largest photographs in
the world to b'e developed in Lincoln
Park. Print 6x15 feet.
Ten of 48 polling places in. 18th
wardcondemned by women.
MrsT "Sol" Lewinsohn may be
brought before federal grand jury; ifi
Jack" Johnson bribe quiz. V
-Eliphalet Blatchford, 87, 1111 N.
LaSalle st, president of Newberry
Library, trustees of Art Institute and
Academy of Science, dead.
Mrs. Anna Kott, 1950 W. 22d st,
spurned hubby. Shot five times. Kott
used hatched against police. Knock
ed down and arrested.
Ada Guest, 16, and Emma Pierson,
15, Evanston, accosted by strange
woman. Woman beat it when police
man appeared. Suspect kidnaping.
Phi Kappa Sigma frat, 733 Foster
av., looted. $500 loss.
Two hurt in ieap from second story
at fire, 211 S. Green at. Damage
Poolroom, 763 E. 39th st, raided.
uMartin Slatow, owner, and 9 inmates
charged with gambling.
Michael Agrece struck by street
W. Kaulcyk, 1519 Elston av., fell
from porch. m Dead.
Alexander" Fagerholm, Aurora,
stopped by 3 armed negroes. Lost
overcoat, $35 and diamond pin.
Alfred L. Stace, 1722 W, Congress
st, is aldermanic candidate-for Pro
gressives in 19th ward'. Women of
ward may nominate Miss Grace Ab
botts Campbell av. station Of C. & .O. P.
"L" robbed by masked highwayman.
Rudolph Cobion, 48, suicided.
Flock of ducks, going north, pass
ed over Lake Michigan. Sign of early
Because coffee was weak, Charles
Moore, cook at railroad camp, Glenn,
HI., was shot by section hand named
"Pete." "Pete" fled.. Moore dying.
Henry Kessler, 2802 S. Park av.,
flashed -star? and gunwhen asked for
carfare. Revolver went off.' Panic
in car. Arrested. -
Safeblowers looted Martin Ander
son's grocery store, 8838 Buffalo av;
Got $,100. ,
John Watson, 512 Hinman av.,
Evanston, dead. Believed from over
doge, of headhe: powder.