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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 14, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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construction on a woman'ssmost In
nocent action. I have the gossips of
the army against me it will be hard
for me to clear my name." Claudia
Hains, wife of Capt. P. C. Hains, who
shot W. E. Annis to death Aug. 10,
1908, because he suspected him of
wronging his wife.
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
95 promoted in police shake-up.
650 plain clothes men on force.
Elias W. Rafferty, 67, 154 W. Ran
dolph St., arrested for alleged confi
dence game. Parke T. Snyder, 1046
Washington blvd., complainant.
W. J." McSweeny will speak at the
L W. W. open forum, 17 N. Halsted
St., Sunday, Feb. 15, at 8 p. m.
Profit-sharing plan proposed for
Bridewell. Prisoners' products to be
sold, to city at market price and
profits turned over to their depend
ents. State bank laws denounced by
Judge Newcomer. Judge urges re
vision of statutes in certificate of de
posit suit.
Warrant for housebreaking issued
for Benjamin H. Prange, candidate
for Democratic nomination for alder
man of 25th Ward. Mrs. Barbara
Harris, 310 E. 50th St., complainant.
Prange held at detention hospital for
mental examination.
Mrs. Clara Gile, 120 S. Halsted St.,
swallowed bichloride of mercury tab
lets. Mistook them, for-headache
remedy. May recover.
Cook County Prohobition women
plan continuous two-year campaign.
Will give special attention to the al
dermanic elections.
Grand reception and ball will be
given by the 14th Ward" Progressive
Organizatioin at Van Buren Palace
Hall, California and Madison sts.,
Thursday, Feb. 19.
A. T. Wright, Billings, Mont., shot
in arm at E. Congress and State sts.,
resisting highwaymen.
Council to receive Pennsylvania
Railroad plans today. Companies ex
pected to make farther concessions
In favob of city.
Western railroads antj employes to
confer on wage increase, '
Mrs. Alma Mix, 7329 Princeton av.,
claims to have lost $1,500 worth of
jewels in loop department store.
James L. Bull, 1119 E. 55th st.f
locked in clqset. Store robbed of $40.
Everett Lewis, 20, 213 E. Ontario
St., and Paul Meyers, 19, Ledford, 111.,
brought fjem Detroit' Held in con
nection with $750 jewelry theft.
Clyde Liggs, superintendent of Pat
rick J. King Co., 1736 N. Crawford st,
assaulted in office by unidentified
man.
Charges against Laura Leon, Mexi
can girl, named by Mrs. Dolores A.
Scott in suit against husband, drop
ped by Judge O'Connor. An order for
the deportation of Miss Leon arrived
from Washington.
Case of 3 women and 4 men charg
ed with conspiracy to rob Herman
Gold, a tailor, 3923 Sheridan Road, in
hands of jury.
Lewis J. Highland, freed on charge
of destroying $9,000 note, rearrested
on complaint of Louis O. Fitz, who
charged him with defrauding him out
of $1,800.
Michigan Central Railroad exoner
ated in death of, Peter A. Finfrock,
who was killed by a boiler explosion
7 years ago.
Peter Bartzen, Jr., son of county
commissioner, sued by William Web
er for $52.25. Weber claims checks
Bartzen gave him were refused by
bank.
"Sol" Lewinsohn, private banker
and professional bondsman, declared
bankrupt in Judge Carpenter's court
Opium outfit valued at $700 confis
cated, Taken in rail at 8133 Federal
st 9 arrested as inmates.
Seven hundred employes of West
ern Union Telegraph Co. to be vac
cinated' by city physicians. Action
taken when William C. Hahn, 6330 S,

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