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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 19, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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lie is protected by a constitution and
rigid laws of right and wrong, while
across the highway is a village rule,d
by corporation-made laws and a band
of thugs armed with' clubs and re
volvers. At night Rushton is illuminated by
powerful searchlights placed on
b',Iler-plate turrets. Sharpshooters,
veterans of;,the Spanish war, remain
in r,thes'e .turret houses continually
with,orders. to shoot to, kill if they see
any'hmg suspicious! to the town. In
side' the.fehce'of rthe plant are a small
army of deputy sheriffs,, paid by the
Guggenheims, with rifles on their
shoulders, and revolvers in holsters,
ready --to kill at the call.
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
I Earl Moisley, 14, 5417 Gale st, dis
ciplined by teacher, couldn't stand
disgrace. Suicided. Rope, .
Chester P. Townsend, 3765 Grand ;
blvd., 'phoned friends he -had taken
bichloride of mercury tablets. Sent,
to hospital. Wife won't believe it.
Says "he hasn't got nerve."
Prohibitionists to name candidates :
in all wards. Making effort to get
ticket on official ballot.
O. E. Williamson, 55, Baltimore,
Md., dropped dead qn steps ,of Im
manuel Baptist Church; '2320 S.
Michigan av. Heart disease.
John Fargo, 15,."worst bpy in Chi-:
cagb," sent to Last Chance Ranch
in Nevada, back in Chicago. Gould
not Btand peanut die(t served in camp.
John Souhrade, siloohkesper, 2858
Homan av., given choice of :$20 fine
or sending daughter, 'Emma,. back tor
school. Chose the latter. Had daygh- j
ter working.
Mrs. May Wood Simons wiil speak:
at Worker's Suffrage Alllaripe mee't-'-ing
at Hull House, Friday, Feb. 20
7:30 1 p.m. .. .
"4-11" fire at 75 W. Van Buren st.
Loss $35,000. . '
Fred Bel given sentence, foe em
bezzling $700. Judge "Petit r$fus,ed
to grant parole, but seeks aid "for,!
family of convicted man. Judge
claims leniency would serve as ex-;
cuse for-other wrongdoers.
Frank Stuckmeyer,,1063 WAdams.
st, given one-year and $200 fine-fb'r'
contributing to delinquency of Es-:
ther Johnson, 15. Woman compan-
ion refused to give name, got six.
months.
Three more patrolmen elevated to
rank of sergeants by Chief Gleason.
George A. Griffen, missing Brook
lyn, man, has returned. Claims to
have been visiting" friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Hpffman,- 838 Black
hawk av,, censured for leaving chil
dren alone in house. Case continued
until Feb. ?8.
13 women passed police test. 62
out of 75 who passed mental test
failed to pass physical examination.
Of those gassed, 7 .need to be vac
cinated, 2 have teeth -fixed, 1 has poor
eyes.
Judge Goodwin upholds City
Comptroller Traeger. Says he has
right tq select depo'sitorie's for funds.
Pbjce 'JooKing for Tl Walter Dan
ziriger, New Orleans. Alleged to
hiv'e disappeared- with, $10,000 be
longing'to Teutbnla Bank & Trust Co.
"oui KoRnskiiO, 3437 Bond st,
who Has never learned' to 'walk or
talk, taken to County Hospital. Step
mother unable to, care for him-.
Former Mayor Fred A. Busseued
for $5,000 by James J. C.ofip.jjY?,
formerly bls'chauffeur. AllegedPsiah
der. ; '
.'Harley S. Rfchards, former post
iiiagter Oswego, 111., placed on trial
.on-charge of embezzling $2,900.
A. F. Warnholtz wants $1,000 for
informing government-officials of im
migration contract labor law viola
tion. 3,313 persons on probation, an in
crease: of 17.i-cases? aver January.
Violet Krawcewski, .17, refused to
testify .against men who held her
prisoner.

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