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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 27, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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Judge Pry and given $2 hehad taken
from gamblers.
"Professor Erlick," men's special
ist, 145 N. Clark st,being investigat
ed by federal inspectors
Harold Schneider, acquitted of
murdering Joseph H. Logue and rein
dicted for receiving stolen good's, sur
rendered. Emil Lybrecht, janitor, lost job.
Whipped Andrew Swarison who took
his place. Arrested.
Mrs. Ella.Todriff, 1309 E. 55th St.,
died frohi injuries received from auto
Dec. 28.
Paul Fortine, alleged slayer of
Charles Moore, dish washer in rail
road camp, arrested.
Board of Education to spend $12,
428,049 for educational work in 1914.
Patrolman William Donahue found
Louis Kranik, 1233 S. Johnson St.,
soused on his beat. Took $2,208 cash
from his pocket. Returned same in
morning minus fine.
Andrew Thomas, laborer, killed in
shops of Street's Western Stable Car
tine, S. Morgan and W. 48th st.
Walter Rose, 4916 Nevada st., shot
in. hip. Sam Zierman, 4817 Wright
wood a- held.
Anna, Viola, 3, 834 Winthrop av.f
scalded to death. Teapot slipped.
Joseph Gilbert, 1841 Wabash av.,
fined " $100 for keeping gambling
hduse'.
, .James Rominka, 829 S. Loomis St.,
went' to buy cigar , store. Hold-up
men reached him first. Got. $375.
Foiir municipal bonds sold. Total
$05000:"
Virgie Anderson,.,2001 S. State st.,
fined $200; Irqne HoTrnel, 2101 S.
Dearborn, $100, and Gertrude Eigner,
2033 eVrnon st, $50 and costs for
keeping disorderly houses. 40 in
mates fined from $3 to $5.
Garlic, shoelaces, hugs, wine and
insects make up $9,000 worth of un
called for things to be auctioned off
by Uncle Sam at appraiser's store
building.
Ferdinahdo Vallibini held for grahd
jury in murder of Battis'to de Petro.
LEHMANN MAY GET ANOTHER
PATROL RIDE
Unless Ernie Lehmann comes
voluntarily to the Sheffield avenue
police court tomorrow to stand trial
he may enjoy another patrol wagon
at the invitation of Judge Scully.
Lehmann, who got very loud and
peevish with a copper the other night,
was due to appear in court yester
day, but when his name was called
he was nowhere around. ,
A young lawyer stepped up before
the judge and explained that he rep
resented' Lehmann. He asked the
judge to impose a fine on Lehmann.
"Where is Lehmann?" asked the
judge.
"Why he's not here; he can't get
here. But we're perfectly willing to
take the fine," said the lawyer. ,
The judge was getting hot
"You mean to say that any defend
ant sends in that sort of an excuse""
for not being present at' his trial;"
exclaimed the judge. . . .
"Well, he won't come here," said
the attorney.
"He won't, eh! Well, you have hinj
here Wednesday or Til send a patrol
after him."
O-M)
LABOR WANTS OWN PARTY '
Glasgow, Jan. 27. A proposition
to build up a separate and. distinct
electoral organization in all the' inr
dustrial centers of England, entirely
independent of the Labor party with
which it is allied in parnamefitv is 'one
of the chief questions to be consid
ered at the 14th annual conference of
the Labor party of Great "Britain,
ilf this recommendation of the execu
tive committee should be adopted it
would mean a largely increased num
ber of three-corner contests Union
ists, Liberal and Labor In the next
general election, which will probably
take place in 1915. The Labor "party
is pledged to work and vote with the
Liberals in Parliament, but there is
no1 Obligation to refrain from putting
nn T bnr -andldates against Liberals
at the polls.

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