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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 12, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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oughfare. Plan would make terminal
district gateway of West Side.
Clifford Coff, 11, 5936 S. LaSalle
St., runaway, soughtby police.
Mrs. Mary Fairweather, 51, 6431
University av., asphyxiated.
Three-cornered deal for erection of
home for delinquent boys upset.
State's Att'y Hoyne ruled that coun
ty could not legally participate in
Aldermen refused to listen to plea
of Louise H. Korth against vacating
of Stone st. City fathers patiently
waiting on Mrs. Potter Palmer's at
torney. City ordinance demanding fire
axes and .extinguishers in boiler
rooms and janitors' quarters upheld
by Judge Windes.
Robert Zaleski, attorney for village
of Des Plaines, freed of charge of fal
sifying village accounts.
Lincoln Beachey will loop the loop
at Grant Park, four days, beginning
Saturday. Exhibitions 12:30 and
Ida Littleton eloped with hired
man, Joseph Humphrey, from Mont
morenci? Ind. Pa wired police.
Bridegroom swooned when cop
"Handsome Jack" Koetters taken
to Joliet to commence life sentence
for murder of Mrs. Emma Kraft. Pro
Daniel E. Healy, 2700 Lime st.,
$6,700 bill for printing first scien
tific school board budget meets op
position. Members of board demand
investigation of items.
Public library to open music
branch. Best works to be circulated.
Will be largest in country.
Charles H. Slack, wealthy grocer,
sued for divorce. Cruelty and deser
tion charged by wife.
J. A. Bingham, 77, Evanston,
struck by auto belonging to C. E.
Biederman, 6429 S. Sangamon st.
Judge Carpenter denied applica
tion of Chicago Bar Ass'n to disbar j
Samuel Z. Pinous. Attorney was
charged with unprofessional conduct
in soliciting business.
Mrs. Cecelia McGuirk, 1040 N. Lin
coln st., suicided. Poison. Unhappy ,
Trinity church planning $500,000
endowment fund. Campaign to be
started at once.
Banks not hit by John H. Garrett's
financial manipulations. Brokers and
mortgage companies principal losers.
Weber's Union Hotel, famous Ger
man resort, forced into bankruptcy.
Cabarets and cheap lunches cause.
Ward leaders next to face prosecu
tion, according to John E. Northrup,
prosecutor in vote fraud trials.
John A. Ulrich wants $50,000 from
Mrs. Elizabeth Ogden, mother-in-law,
for alienating wife's affections.
Patrick Duffy, 4623 Evans av.,
chauffeur for State's Att'y Hoyne,
fined- $200 and costs for contributing
to delinquency of Marjorie White, 18.
May grand jury sworn in. John C.
Ryan, 23 N. Desplaines st., foreman.
Albert Smith, 2360 Fulton av.,
termed meanest man by Judge Pry.
Said to have loaned 15-year-oldr
daughter to Gustave Prelovas. Is
charged with contributing to delin
quency of child.
Damage suit against Dean Marion
Talbot, University of Chicago, to be
reheard. Miss Esther Mercy, former
student, awarded $2,500 by jury In v-'
SUFFRAGETS RAISE CAIN
London, May 12. Suffragets
created a furore during the state per
formance of the royal opera in Con
vent Garden, which was given in
honor of King Christian. X and Queen
Alexandra of Denmark. Seated above
the royal box, one of the suffragets
"King George, women are being
tortured in your dominions."
Ushers dragged the woman- away
and another suffraget promptly scat
tered literature which fell on the
royal heads. She, too, was ejected.