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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 10, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Frank Comerford wMI speak at the
Morth-West Side Commercial Ass'n.,
Gersten's Cafe, Ashland av. and' Divi
sion St., Thursday, Feb. 12, 12:30
noon. Subject, "Abrahani Lincoln."
German Democratic Party, 22d
ward, will hold a mass meeting at 542
W. North av., Wednesday evening,
Feb. 11, 1914.
Arrest every spitter on platforms
of street cars is orders of Chief Glea
son. 72 fined yesterday.
Chicago City Railways to fight 50
suits brought by city under cold car
Dr. Lynn McBride, member of staff
of Presbyterian Hospital, robbed at
door of hospital. Lost $7.
1,000 boxes of candy distributed at
rally of Thomas H. Donoghue, Demo
cratic candidate for alderman of 28th.
John T. Denvir, state senator and
administrator of estate of Peter
Becker, charged with violation of law.
Creditors claim money received" in es
tate was wrongfully applied.
Mrs. Charles H. Foster, wife of
president of Cadillac Auto Co., wants
hubby arrested for alleged assault.
Miss H. Haackon, 2440 N. Western
av., hit by laundry wagon. Severely
Mrs. S. H. Strafford, 5759 Drexel
av., slipped on stairs. Back wrenched.
Waldimer Meschberg, self-styled
Russian count, held for grand jury.
Alleged to have swindled' 5 persons
out of $250.
P. O. Sullivan, 500 E. 74th St.,
struck by street car. Seriously in
jured. United Cigar Stores Co. fined
$188.75 for selling cigarets to minors.
Three slightly injured when W.
Chicago av. car left tracks at N.
Perry O'Donnell gave wrong name
when arrested. Could not remember
it in court. Given 30 days.
School board to enumerate popu
lation. Estimated at 2,500,000.
Henry Schwartz, 925 Milwaukee
av., arersted as padded brick man.
Admits thefts in Minneapolis, -Duluth
Telephone message "burglars"
sent squad of detectives to 849 N.
State st. Surrounded place. Found
Benjamin Jahn, gem smuggler,
given 30 days in jail by Judge Landis.
Was unable to pay $250 fine.
James Doane, 30, 3314 Potomac
av., postal clerk, arrested as letter
Four men looted Frank Nerad's
store, 1833 Blue Island av. Got $5,
000 in diamonds. Magnus Osberg,
1044 W. Randolph st., arrested.
Fred H. Schroeder, 2228 N. Ked
zie av., sued by Elizabeth Siram,
formerly father's maid, for $50,000.
Breach of promise.
Check of registration figures shows
159,023 women on poll books.
325 miles of permanent highways to
cost $4,000,000 planned for Cook
Blair Compton fined for attempt
ing to rescue Edward McLain from
police. McLain charged with disor
Elias Virko, 3228 Fisk st., suicided.
Rope. Feared arrest for living with
Mrs. Joseph Mazonis, 944 W. 35th
st, became hysterical when Judge
Fake refused to vacate $25 fine on
hubby for disorderly conduct. Taken
Gustav Miller, 2934 Prairie av.,
started to walk through open bridge.
Policeman jerked him back. Protest
ed against rude treatment. Fined $1.
Mrs. Marcie K. Flint, Evanston, bi
chloride victim, better.
Bill appropriating $30,000,000 for
flood prevention in Mississippi valley
Lorenzo Fragossa placed on trial
for murder of James Acques.
Mrs. Eva Dillon, 4459 Clifton av
took strychnine. Will recover.
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