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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 12, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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fidsnee game ,yasilrLookanoff.;caims
to haye paid $1Q4 for worthless treat
ment. Miss Nellie Carlin, public .guardian,
wants Miss Mary E. Bartelme, former
guardian, to turn, over 132 estates.
Petition claims. Miss'-Bartelme has np
right to retain control of estates.
M. G, Ward sued by John C. Wood
for $75,000 damages. Alleged breach
Charles De Woody, former chief in
vestigator local bureau Department
of Justice, fined $15 for speeding:
Albert Vink, 11704 Wallace St.,
switchman, crushed to death between
twq cars of C. W. P- & s- Railroad.
Dancing, love scenes, stabbing,,
drinking suicide, boxing, assault, es
cape from prison and removing keys
from lock, have been ordered out of
various moving pictures.
Hotel Sherman wants city enjoin
ed. Does not want authorities to in
terfere with location of kitchen and
bakery in new Fort Dearborn Hotel.
New spelling book will cost 7-67
cents a volume, saving $12,250' to
Chicago parents. '
Carl Heisen, son of Chicago mil
lionaire, has taken to professional
dancing to pay debts.
William Cody, chauffeur, arrested.
Will be asked to explain accident of
Miss Mayme Connors. Miss Connors
was found unconscious and bleeding
on prairie, 69th and Western.
James Flynn, 623 Washington
blvd'., drank new drink. Knocked
down five men. Fined $10 for disor
Fred Schultz, 65, asphyxiated while
working in manhole.
Oak Park "L" cited before utilities
commission. Will be asked to explain
non-elevation of tracks.
Harry .Carlson's saloon, 901 Town
send St., rofibed by 3 armed men. $80.
Four robhed by negroes in Cottage
Grove district. Footpads got small
Louis Lubelsky( arrested. Alleged
to be wanted in N. Y. for biganiy. Re
leased on bonds.
TRQQPS'WILLBE Qftp HANDT.O
PREVENT COLQUITT MOVE
Washington, March 12. Strength
ening of troops on the Mexican bor
der begun by the War Department
yesterday. Sec'y of War Garrison ex
pfajned that sending of the troops,
was a move planned . principally by
the president, its main purpose being
to allay as far as. possible fears of
trouble expressed by American people
living on both sides .of the border.
The troops ordered to the border
will grant Gen. Bliss a sufficient com
mand to patrol the Texas border, and,
if necessary, to prevent Governor
Colquitt from ordering his Texas
rangers to cross the line.
New York. Colored wigs are to
appear on Fifth av. on St. Patrick's
London. Scotland Yard detectives
and secret agents of British admir
alty, seeking foreign spies as result of
theft from warship of secret naval
San Francisco. Harry J. Veiss
confessed to theft of 8 auto's. Took
them because he had rival for girls'
affections and had to' show up hi a
car or not at all.
New York.-rWni. R. George,
founder of George Junior republic,
exonerated by board of directors of
National-Ass'-n of Junior Republics of
charges brought against him in con
nection with his treatment of certain
young women members.
Lexington Ky. Death of Mrs".
Laura' Simpson, formerly Laura
Wilder of Chicago, will be investigat
ed by grand jury at request of wo
New York. J. P. Morgan resigned
as member of board, of directors of
Western Union Telegraph Co.
It is not always the fanciful, dainty
positions that women hold. In Ger
many there are feminine street clean-,