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lieves husband murdered. Disap
peared Dec. 20.
Fred M. Foster, 4354 Berkely av.,
badly injured by taxicab.
Mass meeting will be held by 18th
Ward women's organization, Mon
day, Feb. 2, 8 p. m., at Oakley Hall,
2243 W. Madison st. .
Charles H. Baker lost second court
fight for major portion of father's $2,
000,000 estate. '
Sanitary trustees proposed Pan
ama canal trip called "outrage," at
civic worker's meeting.
Eddie Foy deposited $2,000 bond
in child labor cases. May be asked
same amount for each day's viola
tion. Henry Orczakow, 1069 N. Hermi
tage av., held for grand jury. Prom
ised to reveal identity of Black
Hander who threatened B. Zaleskl.
Failed to do so.
Peter Rausch, paroled prisoner,
9026 Baltimore av., wanted easy
money. Forged check. Sent back
to Joliet to finish 7-year term.
Miss Sadie Winston, actress, charg
ed former hubby, Edward Chester,
with annoying her. Chester placed
under peace bond.
John Dayton, home "Chicago,"
grabbed three pounds of coffee off a
wagon. Three months on rock pile.
Roger Sullivan, candidate for
Democratic nomination for U. S.
Senate, denies-purchasing a Peoria
New YorTc stockholder-in Chicago
City Railways Co. wants" injunction
against unification of street railway
Miss Mora Morton, teacher fined
for shaking unruly pupil; transferred
to school 15 miles from home.
Judge Petit plans marriage court.
Details to be worked put by Judges
Burke, Olsen andr.'Petit.
A. Grant Gerwobd, alleged embez
zler of $1,000 from A. H. Roemer
Novelty Co., arrested in Houghton,
Mrs. George Johnson, 10722 Av. O
snored. Hubby hit her. Judge Sulli-
Four new men appointed as proba
tion officers. Staff now 14 men.
van upheld wife's right to snorer'and
put hubby under $400 bond.
AROUND THE PACIFIC, WITH A
One of the most compelling records
ever written of a life spent on those
seas which beat against" the equator
is that of Capt. Robert Quinton.
Stanley, Livingston and Peary, all to
gether, never had so many escapes
from the fangs of death, as this un
assuming sailor-man whose simple
and convincing stories are the es
sence of truth.
So remarkable are these adven
tures of .Capt. Quinton that the aver
age reader might well believe them
imaginative but for the author's high
reputation in maritime circles. He it
was, indeed, whom the United States
government selected for the difficult
task of piloting the first two light
ships that were sent from New York
around the Horn to San Francisco
a duty he performed successfully.
That is pledge enough for any char
The Day Book has fortunately ac
quired the right to relate the five
wildest adventures of Capt. Quinton.
Do not miss these great stories!
First in Monday's Day Book!
SAM GOMPERS, McDONALD AND .
MOYER BEFORE CONVENTION
- Indianapolis, Jan. 31. When Sam
uel Gompers, Duncan McDonald and
Chas. H. Moyer finished their per
sonal statements to the miners' con
vention, each of the last two had
questioned Gompers' veracity and
motives, Gompers had called McDon
ald a ."liar," and had put his judg
ment squarely Sgainst the opinions
of the other two.
The net result of yesterday's de
velopments was tliat the president of
the American Federation of Labor in
sisted no special -assessment would
be levied on its membership for the
relief of the Calumet strikers.. Gom-
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