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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 21, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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NEWS OF THE DAY C
Lincoln Park board $177,000 in
debt. $1,000,000 will be required to
finish improvements. Little to be done
this year. ---.
Judge Petit refused citizenship pa
pers to Johann Schultz, 1711 Dayton
st., because man beat wife.
J. Ingebrightsen, Fargo, N. D., came
to Chicago. Hid wealth in safe place.
Can't remember where. Arrested as
vagrant. Part of $12,500 steamship
stock found in coal bin.
J. W. Kelly of St. Louis will speak
at the I.-W. W. open forum, 17 N.
Halsted st, Sunday evening, 8 p. m.
Nathan R. Karant met wife at
County Hospital. Threw acid in her
face. Mrs. Karant's left eye destroyed.
Karant jumped on Ogd'en av. car.
Suicided. Poison. Domestic trouble
blamed.
Trust members forced to buy the
ater tickets for directors of "Oatmeal
Trust" for violating price agreement
evidence given at "Oatmeal Trust"
quiz.
Seven jurors chosen in Koetters'
murder trial. Prosecutor demands
death penalty and rejects jurors op
posed to capital punishment.
Milk dealers want injunction
against city health department. Ob
ject to recorders on pasteurizers.
City to get 1,000 new arc lights
from sanitary district. Committee
wanted 5;000. Board refused to sup
ply lights.
Charles Abel found dead at Angst
Hotel, 131 S. Halsted st. Was being
treated by Dr. Talbott. Coroner to in
vestigate. CongressmanA. J. Sabath named
in suit. Mrs. Harry Rosenstein claims
$750 advanced to Sabath to compro
mise government suit disappeared.
Two new city departments may be
created. Department of public wel
fare and department of public service.
Sealed verdict returned in case of
Morris Sabath and son Harry, tried
on charge of running gambling re
sort Verdict will be read Monday. j
DISCERNING CHICAGO
No action taken on motor 'bus
lines. 5 concerns seek permits.
Federal Judge Carpenter has issued
order in Rickett art failure. Restrains
broker sfrom selling painting of
bankrupt concern.
School board disagreed on $20,
000,000 improvement scheme. Will
make effort to save money in con
demnation of building sites. v
Minnie Troup, 111 W. Chicago av.f
wants $20,000 from Dr. William A.
Pratt and "John Doe" for injury to
eyesight. Claims optic nerve was ef
fected by beauty treatment
Nine self-confessed highwaymen
captured in Woodlawn district.
Walter Peters leaped from, second
story window of Practitioners Hos
pital. Internally injured. Was being
treated for brain trouble.
Katherine Reuberg, 11, 1224 Otis
st, seriously burned. Clothes caught
fire from gas stove.
Fire engine No. 18 crashed into
electric light pole, 12th and Ashland.
John Jordon, driver,, stunned. Engine
damaged.
Fourteen claim $90 found in loop.
Coroner's jury blames Grand
Trunk for deaths in wreck of Mar. 3.
George Birmingham, 45, 2118
Jackson blvd., suicided. Out of
work.
Eight movie pictures cut yesterday
by censors.
Arthur Lilly, 19, 1041 Lathrpp av.,
held upon serious charge preferred by
Miss Sadie Soule, 18, 15 Lathrop av.,
River Forest.
Agreement may be reached by coaf
miners and operators at joint confer
ence. Miners said to have. withdrawn
demand for increase and offered to
renew present wage scale for two
years.
Richard Schultz indicted for mur
der of Mrs. Edward Healy.
Bernice Walker, 8809 Buffalo
av., claims man tried to kidnap her.
Charj'es and Zoe Wilson, convicted
white slavers, taken to federal prison.

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