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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 07, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 10',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Vote fraud iurv disaereedafter all
night session. Preparations being
made for second trial.
Dr. Erriil Stelner man who swal
lowed bichloride of mercury in Joliet,
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young's element
ary school course approved by man
agement committee. Vote 11 to 1.
Number of subjects reduced to 5.
State politician and Englewood
policeman accused of aiding Bristol
Cafe. License was refused. Cafe al
leged to be backed by notorious "Ed"
Dr. J. H. Greer will speak on "Sex
Science" at I. W: W. open forum, 17
N. Hajsted st, Sunday evening,
March 8, 8 p.m.
Attorney James J. Brady asked for
dismissal of arson case. Claimed
Fink was "un worthy of belief." Judge
Sullivan to pass on motion today.
City may demand electrification of
terminals. Pennsylvania Railroad
may grant further concessions.
Sanitary trustees assailed as in
competent. George W. Paulin claims
payroll has jumped from $500,000 to
$1,200,000 in two years. " .
Saloon license of Philip Karen, 38
S. Halsted st., and William Rooney,
1934 W. Harrison st., revoked.
National Theater, Harrison and
State sts., lost license. Suggestive
Large bulldog jumped through win
dow of taxidermist store, 2457 Lin
coln av., and attacked stuffed dog in
window. Proprietor shouted. Dog
Luke T. Drury, 71, 5026 W.- Huron
st., killed by street car. Car crew
Nine men taken in raid-at 317 W.
Madison st., charged with gambling.
Prank Stoney booked as keeper;
Policewoman Maggie R. "Anderson
of Los Angeles here. Will take back
Miss Helen Young, 4139 Indiana av.
Miss" Young is said to' have passed
Case,of Harry Cullet, charged with
attempting to bribe' Inspector of
Morals Dannenberg, continued until
Mrs. Anna Lynch, 2619 Diversy
St., robbed by purse snatcher. $7. '
Miss Elizabeth Johnson, 20, 2250
W. 22d st, candidate for alderman on
Prohibition ticket in 11th Ward.
Minnie Lageri, 17, 2933 W. Madi
son st., attacked by bulldog. Face
bitten.. Disfigured for life.
P. J. Malone, one of six investiga
tors under suspension in city attor
ney's office, resigned.
Dudley Keenan, negro, 3712, S.
Dearborn st, shot and killed wife.
Alderman Cullerton reported bet
ter. Physician believes crisis passed.
Case against John Mullaney, a leg
less man, dismissed by jury. Was ac
cused of breaking window of lodging
Frank McHugh, Otto Defoe and
Leonard Ainsworth captured after
long chase. Charged with stealing
and abandoning auto belonging to Dr.
O. S. Bacon.
Leroy Martin. Lockport,. III., ar
rested. Charged with rifling mail
pouch. J -
Dr. Charles V. Herdiska, 811 S.
Spaulding st, struck" by street car.
John Worthihgton,' private banker,
in county jail. Charged with using
mails to defraud.
Charles E. Harvey, cpntractor cap
tured! in Pittsburgh. Wanted here for
contributing to dependency of child.
Mrs. Hannah Carton left baby on
dodrsfep.-Though hubby would re
turn. If he heard cries. Will be given
Henry Long fined $100; George
Hamilton $25 and John Flut'terer $10'
for stripping student of hat, coat,
shirt and overcoat.
Detectives with revolvers prevented
mob from lynching Wong Sing at S.
Chicago. Chinaman accused of seri