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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 18, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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ments against him, Including $25 for
wifieX Easter hat.
Study of Father F. J. Green, presi
dent St. Rita's College, robbed. $30
taken. -
, Robert Staehle, Seldon" Investment
Co., 39 W. Adams sL, held on usury
charge.
Case against Frank Lesley dismiss
ed. Had overdrawn bank account.
Made good deficit
Peanut wagon belonging to Jos
eph Dannelhouer, 422 66th St., ex
ploded. Children in vicinity had feast.
. . . i. .
Anna Murphy, oo, tried to tump
from Clark st bridge. Stopped by
bridgetender. Locked up as dis
orderly. Prof. Jackson B. McKinney, North
Tyes,tern University, who disappeared
three weeks ago, will be back on job
Monday.
Home of Edward Parr, 8 S. Ashland
blvd., entered. $500 stuff taken.
Second time in 3 months.
3,000 crippled and orphan children
guests ofSRingling Brothers' Circus
yesterday. 30- homes and orphanages
represented.
Frank Ciamilio, 912 W .Grand av.,
bitten by tarantula April 5th. Dead,
Owners of Kaplan Brothers' saloon
sued by children of William Westphal.
$10,000 wanted for selling liquor to
father.
John Sullivan on probation brought
diary into Court or" Domestic Rela
tions. Showed wife threw stove shak
er, salve and dishes at him. Trouble
caused by wife's desire to "doll up."
Harry Kirkham, fireman, engine
company No. 24, injured stopping
runaway horse.
Martin Mayer, 26, 1539 W. 12th st.,
flirted with young woman. She lead
him into quiet j)lace. Found himself
in detective headquarters. Bashful
maid was Policewoman Alice Clement
of mashers' brigade.
License of Ffed Nigro's salqon, 221
B. eKnsington st., may be revoked.
Place changed hands twice since li
cense "was -issued. " '
A "BLUESTOCKING BABY IS
'.MARJORIE
i&rjorie Sash
Cleveland, O. Shakespeare, so
perfectly reliable biographers say,
could read his A, B, C's before he was
three years old. Marjorie Nash isn't
four years old yet and She can read
Shakespeare. Marjorie, who looks
more like a French doll than she does
like a "blue stocking' or a prodigy,
can read lots of things besides "Ham
let" and "As You Like It" J3he reads
the Bible without a single trip of the
tongue, and she reads war reports
from Mexico as if they were primer
lessons. Marjorie learned to read
when she was three. , Except for her
"literary" tendency, she's quite like
otfierCIlttlfe curly-headed' girls of four.
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