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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 14, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Girls dormitory, Cummock School
of Oratory, Northwestern University,
looted. $1,100 worth of stuff taken.
Helene Young wanted in California
for forgery, "allowed to remain with
dying sister. Decision handed down
by Judges O'Connor and Gibbons sit
ting en banc.
A. R. Docksteader, Detroit, met
stranger. Matched pennies. Lost $175.
Mrs. Charlotte Condict claims hub
by called' her "mental dyspeptic" and
tried to win away child. Charges de
sertion as basis of divorce suit.
George Penrose, co-defendant with
Mrs. Louise Van Keuren for murder
of woman's husband, acquitted by
judge's order. Motion to take Mrs.
Van Keuren's case from jury over
ruled. Transportation building sold. Price
$3,500,000. Louis W. Hill and Watson
P. Davidson purchasers.
Mrs. Florence E. Foster granted
divorce and $58,150 alimony.
Sol Lewinsohn, fugitive banker,
declared to be forger. Mrs. Tiny John
son, mother of Jack Johnson, claims
he forged check for $2,586.
Death of Chloe J. Wright, 818 N.
Dearborn st, investigated by cor
oner. No trace of poisoning.
Rev. Alexander J. Gladstone Dowie,
son of founder of Ziori- City, to leave
Chicago. Denies departure is due to
21 1 independent aldermanic peti
tions filed. 14 wards represented.
James Lubelic, 11, 1158 W. 20th pi.,
hit by auto. Thrown 20 feet. Dead.
J. Wallace, Chicago Heights,
knocked down by wagon, internally
Miss Elizabeth Busching, 1961
Evergreen av., struck by street car.
Frank Koehler, Green Bay, Wis.;
Joseph Harper, 420 W. Madison and
George Cooper arrested. Alleged to
have stolen $1,000 worth of clothing
Ice wagon and street car collided in
loop. W. C. Perry, 2044 Racine'av.,
driver, internally injured.
Mrs. Mary Spencer, 6547 S. Marsh
field av., fell on slippery walk. Right
Four boys taken as dope thieves.
Raided John Wyeth & Brothers, 174
W. Lake st, for opium, cocaine and
Mrs. B. N. Reyonlds, 648 N. Dear
born st., arrested. Alleged to have
robbed Morris Mann of $25. Woman
Harry Moran, who was shot by
watchman while breaking into freight
car. held for grand jury.
Sixty have signed petition to mayor
for permit for Bristol Cafe, 6319 S.
Halsted st. Opening opposed by En
glewood' La wand Order League.
George M. Cohan Grand Opera
House sued for $50,000. Francis W.
McGovern wants damages for per
I. H. Athey, Athey Hydroaeroplane
Co., fined $25. Auto speeding.
Motion to discharge John F. Jelke
and 12 associates in oleo fraud trial
Joe Armonda, boy bandit, confess
ed operation of "Kokomo Gang.":
Boys sniff cocaine, snatch purses
commit burglaries and hide in movier
Mrs. William McLeod, Hammond.l
wants $25,000 from Post Graduate
School and Clinic. Claims leg was
crushed when elevator dropped sev-I
Harry N. Waterfall, who was ar-J
rested on serious charge, married
Miss Gertrude Friedland'er, arrested
Adolph Parchmann, 2733 Flournoy
St., arrested. Charged with taking
$800 worth of stuff from employers.
Mary Pasvic, 6, JoIiet.'bUrned to
Three new members added to
movie Censorship board. Sub-corn--mittee
refused to take censors put o