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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 15, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 6',
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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS. ITtyS,
GoV.,Dunne"t4 start workon Lin
cold highway., -Legislators and may
ors to handle, shovel.
Woman reporter refused admit
tance to JumorTjeague tfress re
hearsal. Rung; up fire department.
Goim. ' , v
Scientific school1 budeet presented
to --Board Qf Educatien., Embodies
new-system. No saving under, plan.
.Chicago, produce market criticized.
Called wasteful and burden on .poon
Emma Goldman will -speak on the
English drama tonight at Interna
tional Labor Hall, 538 Wells st.
f Mrs. Rosa Hillmari, injured in auto
accident. Auto crushed between
two cars '
HMrs. May Wood Simmons will
speak .under, the auspices of Work
ersSunrage Alliancer Smith Hall,
Hull House, ApnM7,-7:45 p. m. Sub-ject:-"Socialisni.'
v "Countess" Sparrow Orloff wants
divorce. Eighteen months with al
leged noble enough.
Northwestern "L" and C. M, & St.
P. tracks to be elevated-between Wil
son and Howard aves.
. Geore:e L Sandusky, former at-
tendant -Chicago State Hospital for
Insane acquitted. Was charged with
killing Charles-Hoenicke, inmate.
Bates ..murder unsolved. Spencer
denies crime. Witness refuses to
identify- Sjiencen as mysterious "Mr.
Doye,- ' '
Judge Owens and Sheriff Zimmer
sued for $25,000 by Capt. Thomas P.
Octigan, I. ?.-?. Octigan wasiar
rested for refuslhg to admit HH.
faction in armory durings Democratic
$1,000,000- voting machine con
tract quiz will be resumed Tuesday.
Chipago' '.markets x condemned.
Called wasteful and burden to poor.
William Thornton, brakeman,
wanted to break; into vaudeville. Ad
vertised for pretty partner. Got two.
C. T. H. & S. Railroad filed suit for
$100,000 agalrist Massachusetts
Bonding and Insurance Co. Com
pany refused to settle defalcation of
Fred Young,' former treasurer.
Closing of segregated district said
to have reducedvehereatjdiseases 20
per cent' 65,00.0 cages treated last,
Anton Mazick' drank 34 whiskies.
Won $25 bet. In hospital
James T.. Gardner's $300,000 estate
goesvto widow and son.
George Brown, peanut vender,, firt
ed $110 and costs. Failed to keep i
moving.- - '
John Casey, 15; Ray.Cofe, 18; Otto
Liehr, 18, and Stephen .Horkus, 19,
arrested. Alleged to have confessed ' ;
taking 50 purses from women. -" "
. Cat chased up telegraph pole on
Oakland av. Splice notified. Fire de- '
parttnent feent to rescue
Omar 'C Harris, proprietor Harris
Employment Bureau, 27 W. Washing
ton blvd., arrested 8 tunes in' two
weeksv Operated employment office
with license, -:
Katie Harkoff, 5, 3435 Lawrence
av.t -shot In. right 'side by year-did
brother, 'Henry. ' "
Case against Dr.,Herbert, Lampkin,
6 "W. Handolph st.,, dismissed. Was
charged with operating confidence x
$126,500 estate of Francis A- Hop
kins to go to Solvation Army after
death of 3 beneficiaries. ' .
4600,000 first mortgage bonds de- ,
clared first lien on Inter-Oceon prop- '
Home of Herbert G. Turnbull, 3170
Cambridge av., lopted. $300 stuff,
Potter Pahner; Jr-i and others in?
terested in defuhct Realty Realisa
tion Company sued for. $56,00d byr- .
nest S. Fowler and C fj. Quincy.
Mrs. Wilhelmtaa Klein, S6l p. 63d ,
st., sat -drinking whisky and looking
longingly, at lake. Held with intend
to cohimit suicide. , "