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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 17, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 5',
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Cusack Company has 1,500 bill
boards in city. Trying to enjoin city
from enforcing frontage ordinance.
Miss Clara Pause, 16, 818 Wilson
av., fell backwards into tank at North
Side natatorium. No bones broken by
Mrs. Anna Parker gave recitation
at Wfllmette Club. Members laughed.
Woman mad. May sue for alleged in
sult. Arguments in $200,000 John E. W.
Wayman fee fund case finished.
Augustus Gordon Anderson, 225 W.
Garfield blvd., dead. Apoplexy.
W. G. Bradfisld, 357 W. 63d st.,
severly burned by alcohol explosion.
Jewel Theater, 552 W. Division st.,
closed by health department. Insuffi
Fire at Columbia Soap Company,
916 W. Lake St., to be investigated.
Firemen suspicious of blaze.
Twelve theaters to give benefit per
A formances for actors' fund today.
Gustave Searick, foreman Hay
woo'd Bros. Manufacturing Co., 12th
and Ogden, arrested. Took $10 from
women employe for job twice and
discharged her after two weeks'
John Hobin, 61, 5642 S. Green st.,
4,450 trees to be planted by chil
Stables and warehouse of United
States Express Co. burned. 200 horses
killed. Loss $200,000.
Five slightly injured when auto
turned turtle at Oak Park av. and
Farmers demand exemption of co
operative associations from Sherman
anti-trust law. Federation of con
sumers and producers planned.
Sam You Sieu, missing witness in
cafe robbery case, found. Tells of
"fixing" of Flannery case.
Business delayed by school board
squabble. Salaries, construction
work, repairs and purchases amount
ing to $100,000 held up.
Body of 3-mohths-old baby gird
found on bank of canal near East
Validity of women's votes attacked
by wets. Devision of Supreme Court
sought in effort to oust drys. .
Fred J. Nortman, 1378 E. 62d st.,
kissed Marie Pagel. Fined $20 and
State's attorney to collect all fees
in criminal cases. Municipal Court
clerk ordered to permit Hoyne to re
$190,000 estate of George Gerts
goes to family.
Michael O'Maliey, 932 Sedgwick
St., and William Coleman, 635 Orleans
St., held as burglar suspects.
Joseph Ronnenberg arrested as al-.
Edward Fett died from wound re
ceived April 3 in Edward Inskipp's
saloon, 2001 Hastings st Inskipp
wanted for shooting.
Marie Deal, 14, 7016 Cregier av.,
found living with Helen Kureich, 20,
at 2600 S. State st Helen held for
contributing to delinquency of com
panion. Mrs. Zelma Johnson, 3446 Potomac
av., hit by C, M. & St P. switch en
gine. Dead. J '
Petition of involuntary bankruptcy
filed against Porter M. Farrell, 128 S.
Wabash av. Liabilities $60,000.
John Sullivan, former convict at
Joliet, claims Henry Spencer con-
fessed killing Bates. Spencer to be
confronted by Sullivan.
Mrs. Marie Shelton tried to jump
into lake. Grabbed by two boys.
Sent to home of brother by police.
County to collect tax of $300 per
sonal property schedules.
Gov. Dunne defends utilities com
mission. Is confident courts will up
$250 left for cigars in will. of Mrs.
Elizabeth C. Vincent, Cincinnati,
to Oliver W. Norton, Maywood.
"Mossy" Joy, porter Curtin's sa
loon, 3400 W. Harrison st, found 5-