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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 11, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 10',
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39th st. Curry used chair on uninvited
guest. Wejek arrested after being
treated at hospital.
City officials to participate in Sey
ferlich funeral. "-
Co-eds of Chicago University have
started anti-fat sorority. Pasting and
self-reducing exercises form ritual.
Woman's Central Prohibition Club
will meet this afternoon at room 42,
106 N. LaSalle st.
Dr. Herbert Lampkin arrested in
connection with Mrs. Mary E. Bart
lett's $150,000 suit against Dr. Pratt,
face specialist. Women claims beauty
operation disfigured face.
Viscera of Delancy H. Louderback,
millionaire real estate operator, to be
examined. Friends deny suicide.
Charles Ashley of San Francisco
will speak on the "Tramp'' at the I.
W. W. open forum, 17 N. Halsted st.,
Sunday April 12, at 8 p. m.
Attorney Lester L. Bauer refused
to answer subpoenae's., Judge Landis
brought him into court on writ of at
tachment. Missing Prof. Jackson B. McKin
ney ill in New York. Will go to home
of parents to recuperate.
Mrs. Ida Whitehead, 32, Cincinnati,
held at S. Chicago police station on
charge of kidnaping daughter, Jessie
fjoyd, 9. Child was adopted by
Whitehead 8 years ago.
Richard Kane and James Cum
mings held in connection with fight
in Continental and Commercial Bank
building. Men deny charges.
Discrepancy found in returns of
50th precinct of 13th ward. 169 votes
more than cast credited to alderman.
Election commissioners to investi
gate. Hearing of contempt charges
against school trustees continued un
Frederick C. Maston, wealthy con
crete man, fined $50 for disorderly
conduct Miss Mavis Simmons, who
preferred abduction charge, failed to
Adolph Jones, 31, 1804 Fulton st.,
stumbled dver board on platform of
Logan Square "L" Station. Pell to
street. Slightly injured.
Friends have come to rescue of
doomed parrot,. Anti-Cruelty So
ciety besieged in effort to save late
Dr. Celia Haynes' pet
Fred S. DeCola wants $10,000 from
James R. Navigato for alleged slan
der. Claims Navigato called him
"biggest grafter in county."
Rudolph Miller, 7020 S. Chicago
av., raided John Biehl's chicken coop.
Trapped by burglar alarm. Held to
Arguments started before Judge
Carpenter in effort to collect $112,000
back rent from Inter-Ocean.
SUFFRAGET TOO LIVELY; COURT
IS FORCED TO ADJOURN "
London, Eng., April 11. Howling,
shrieking and fighting, Mary Stewart,
the suffraget who smashed several
cases in the British museum with a
hatchet, forced an adjournment of
the Bow street court today when she
Miss Stewart adopted the tactics of
Mrs. "General" Drummond and it re
quired several officers to restrain her.
Grabbing a rolled-up newspaper she
hurled it at the head of the presiding
magistrate. The court ducked neatly
and Miss Stewart missed him.
Owing to the confusion it was im
possible to proceed with the woman's
hearing and a postponement was or
dered until later in the day.
SEARCH FOR THE NEGROES WHO
ATTACKED GIRL -East
St. Louis, III., April 11. Police
today threw out a dragnet in an at
tempt to capture three masked ne
groes who last night took Miss Kath
erine Mott, 17, from her escort and,
dragging her to a vacant lot, subject-
-ed her to unspeakable treatment
Luke Blackburn, her escort, was
held prisoner for a time, but finally
broke away and ran for help. The
girl was in convulsions w"hen found