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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 07, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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correspondents, working their way- the" town, American soldier boya "are
from sentry "to sentry down to the keeping their vigils. Uncle Sam is
cable office. t)ut in the sandhills in really on the firing, line."
NEWS OF THE DAYCONCERNING CHICAGO
Both -parties in Loudehbach di
vorce suit found guilty. Divorce re
fused as result of cross bill.
Dr. James H. Ballard sued for $10,
000 by William Zeno for false arrest.
Stanislaw Rysez, 3J2i 736 Bunker
St., scakted. Dead.
Three students of Loyola Univer
sity rescued from lake. Were adrift
in waterlogged boat.
$81,000 estate of Frederick Barn
ard goes to family.
Charles Wagoner, alleged pick
pocket, failed to appear in court.
' Dudley A. Tyng & Co. sued by So
phia for $7,500. Refuse to state cause
White Plains, N. Y. More than
score of babies checked in school-
room while mothers voted in school
election. Woman's ticket won out
by great majority.
Peter Reinberg, president of school
board, may be ousted by reinstated
Miss Margaret Warner arrested un
j der Zion City anti-kissing law. Girl
alleged to have embraced Mr. Simons,
cashier of Zion City bank.
Chicago churchmen divided on
faith cure. Believe more than spirit
ual treatment necessary in organic
diseases. Christian Scientists claim
faith alone necessary.
Alexander Aiello, 1717 De Koven
st, and Mrs. Donato Repueticchio,
709 De- Koven St., shot by unknown
man. Woman may die.
Church plans called "frivolous, hys
terical, cheap and vulgar" by Dean
Shailer Mathews of University of
Chicago. Terms multitude seeking
yaudeville and lunch poor recruits for
President sent letter of thanks to
brother of "Sammy" Meiseuberg, boy
killed at Vera Cruz, for offer to take
brother's place. .
Prof. Frederick Starr scored Wil
son's Mexican policy. Claims "hands
.off" plan would have eliminated
Defense told of somnambulistic in
cidents in William Keith's life at mur
der trial. James A. Patten, million
aire traction man, aiding slayer of
Patrick Moynihan, 4209 Union av.,
fined $25 for failing to appear as
Hugh Murray, Jr., 8, 3039 Haynes
court, drowned. Fell in lake while
Simon Petrosky, 230 W. 46th st
and William A. Bennett, 1036 N. Ra
cine, av., died from injuries "received
in falling down stairs.
William Roenis, 3149 Colorado av.,
followed Margaret Morgan, 16. Fined
$50 and costs as flirt.
Rev. William T. McCandles sued
by Mrs. Emma M. Krings. Woman
claims pastor fraudulently obtained
deed for property.
Jury of 11 to decide vote fraud
trial. If found guilty only fine will
John A. Lucas, Kenosha, Wis., re
Woman's Trade Union Lqague will
hold a May Day Festival, Sunday,.
May 10, ,3 p. m., at Schiller Hall, 64
W. Randolph st. -
Hon. Wm. McKinley will speak be
fore Chicago Single Tax Club, Fri
day, 8 p. m., at Schiller Hall, 64 W.
Randolph st. Subject: "Propor
Traction committe.e named by
council. Measures taken for betted
"L" and trolley service.
Prosecution of Aid. Albert R. Tear
ney recommended' by Chief Gleasoa