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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 19, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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program.'' Claim' they joined ouk-o
civic pride, but refuse to participate
if frraim aineraya -ariM Via rtniA
Jc Sidney Rice, 18 months, played on
car fender. Unhurt.
Chicago operators have option on
557 acres east of Crown Point, Ind.,
for motor speedway.
William B. Thorpe, 72, 7732 S.
Green St., 40 years on police force
and veteran of Haymarket riot, dead.
- Mrs. Lulu Tanner Shurtz, daugh
ter of late Gov. John Tanner, award
ed temporary alimony of $60 a
Waste commission accepted rec
ommendations of expert on garbage
plans. Will cost $3,513,000.
No decision by U. S. Court of Ap
peals hr cases of Richard Houlihan,
William Bernhardt and Qlaf Tveit
moe, structural ironworkers who
appealed for retrial.
John Reddington, special police
man, fined $40 and costs for offering
to "square" case in court
"Corkscrew flipflop" Beachey's lat
est stunt at Grant Park. Thousands
watch-aviator loop the loop.
Controversy between State's Attor
ney Hoyne and Illinois Training
School for Nurses settled by compro
mise. Penalty clause stricken out and
$8,000 saved city
Chicago's permanent charter com
mission held first meeting yesterday.
Depositors trying to avert crash of
William Fosberg, 24-year-old banker.
Fosberg promises 75 cents on the dol
George AGibbs and wife, 2972
Prairie av., severly injured when auto
collided with street car.
Chief Gleason after chop suey
cafes. Captains ordered to enforce
Harry Heath, 417 Bowen av., fined
$1,000 and one year m Bridewell as
Doping of wofnan ordered out in
"Sky Monster" by moving censors.
r Sampling butter with a forefinger
fanned by Woman's City Glub. In-,
dividual sampling devices will be pro
vided. Utilities Commission probing Crys
tal Lake wreck. Mixed orders report
ed, cause of collision.
James Lyons, 3232 Archer av., died
from wound received last December.
Was shot by Edward Uoyd, railway
Chicago federal reserve bank
launched. Ten bankers signed or
Harry Fisher, 1448 W. Madison st.,
dead from scratch on finger. Blood
Blackhawk, Division, Holt, Dickin
son sts., takes prize as baby block.
1,200 under 21 in square.
Tony and Frank Barkowski charg
ed with robbing Tony Szfranek, jew
eler, held to grand jury.
Leroy Murray fined $200 and costs
and Joseph Lovre $100 and costs for
carrying concealed weapons.
Phillip Pulhander, 933 N. Racine
av., took hand in cardgame. Lost
$40. Returned with gun. Arrested
Israel Buchowsky, stool for morals
squad, held on charge of assault Al
leged to have struck Louis Bowman,
3329 Federal st, with revolver. )
Diningroom and sanitary bakery
needed for prisoners in county jail,
says Sheriff Zimmer.
2,000 clerks wanted by postoffice.
FOREST FIRES FORCE FOLKS TO
"" ' CALL FOR AID
Duluth, Minn., May 19. Appeals
were received early today from
points all over the Iron Range, call
ing for aid in fighting the fires that
have been, raging in the second
growth timber since Sunday.
North and west of here the fires
have destroyed much railroad timber
and the farmers near Blackhoof and
Carleton report that they are merely
keeping the flames .in check. Two
bridges have been burned out east of
Superior, on the Iron river.