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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 18, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Rose Mitchell, 16-year-old "prin
cess" Chicago gypsy colony, held for
taking negress' clothes. Borrowed
them to tell girl's fortune. Dis
Civic bodies demand school in
vestigation. Want $25,000 'body to
make ouiz. Ousted trustees appeal
to Supreme Court, g
Delegates at market conference
fear rural" credit scheme. Demand
amendment in trust ,act and federal
Two-week-old silk-wrapped baby
boy abandoned in hallway of William
W. Forrester's home, Drexel blvd.
Sale of Inter Ocean continued until
April 28. Bondholders may apply
$600,000 worth of bonds in bid on
West Side Sunday Night Club will
meet at Third Presbyterian Church,
Ashland blvd. and Ogden av., Sun
day evening, April 19. Subject: "The
Silversmith of Ephesus." .
Vincent St. John will speak at-1.
W. W. open forum, 17 N. Halsted st.,
Sunday, April 19, 8 p. m. Subject:
"Some Problems of the Labor Move
ment." Surgeons prove William T. Kirby
was insane time bank failed. Tumor
found on brain.
Too many branches and not enough
depth hurting American universities,
according to president of Mount Hol
Debate will be held between A. W.
Marrow and L. W. Hardy at Social
Turner Hall, Belmont and Paulina St.,
Monday, April 20, 8 p. m. Subject:
""Workingmen Have Neither Inde
pendence nor Freedom."
Fine Arts Theater to become
movie house. Will be part of Ham
Herbert Brown Swift, wealthy con
tractor, 4900 Blackstone. av., sued for
divorce. Wife claims huhby fired
three shots at her.
, Investigation startedjn fire at home
Of Frederick Jefferson, negro, Oak
Park. Police suspect race prejudice
behind blaze. May be effort to force
negro from neighborhood.
Dollie Silverstein, 18, swallowed
bichloride of mercury in Stageman's
restaurant, 2257 S. State st. Out of
work. Condition serious.
Frank B. Kendrick, Jr., secretary
to Charles J.Vopicka, U. S. minister
to Balken states, resigned. Couldn't
stand wealthy brewer's manners and
$12 shirt. '
Lieut. Patrick J. Moloney, 64, 1924
W. Huron St., one of the oldest men
On force and veteran of Haymarket
riot, died yesterday.
Dr. William J. Hickson, Vineland,
N. J., will be chief of phychopathic
laboratory of Chicago Municipal
Court. Laboratory opens May 1.
Runaway of Daily News wagon
wrecked motorcycle on Washington
blvd., knocked down, Mary Vale, 15,
3857 Park av., and crashed through
window of Garfield Auto Sales Co.
Miss Vale badly injured.
Plant of Lehon Paper Co., W. 45th
St., burned. Loss $20,000.
April grand jury hearing evidence
against justices of peace. Are accus
ed of malfeasance in office.
Miss Elsie Newhouse, 14 E. Grand
st., fainted when auto truck collided
with Indiana av. car.
Case- against Dr. Arthur W. Mor
row, dentist, Monadnock Building,
dismissed. Was accused of operating
State's attorney demands investi
gation in death of Mrs. Daisy FeldA
man, 30. Husband who was exoner
ated by coroner's jury rearrested.
$77,500 estate of Simon S. Blum
goes to widow.
Women in Maxwell and Irving
Park districts defrauded by fake rent
Three-weeks'-old baby abandoned
by fashionably gowned woman at
William Anthony McCuire, play
wright, in debtor's court, Five judg-
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