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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 26, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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wife neglects family and stays out
nights.
Merit board to shift charges against
employes of water bureau. Sup't
McCourt accused of incompetence.
Nelson N. Lampert's home, 4639
Beacon st, looted $140 stuff taken.
Samuel Barron, 12, 1833 Milwau
kee av., hurt by swing in Associa
tion playground.
Albert Minkus, 5, 836 W. Erie st.,
hit by wagon. Collarbone broken.
Driver fled.
Harry N. Culver, Clencoe, arrested.
Wife claims he failed to heed court
order to support child.
John C. Bair, dentist, sued for sep
arate maintenance. Cruelty charged.
Steamboats blamed for water con
tamination. Typhoid fever blamed
on excursionists. Advocate fine and
imprisonment for offenses against
water supply.
3,000 employes of Hart, Schaffner
& Marx vaccinated. Six women
fainted during operation. Employe
had smallpox.
Body of man, 19, taken from river.
Initials W. C. on shirt,
Cbas. Rehm, son of Capt. John
Rehm, Chicago av. police station, ar
rested. Charged with sending ob
scene letters through mail.
Emma Brinkman, 10, 1716 Cly
bourn av., scolded. Drank liniment.
Will recover.
Nicholas Almen, 936 Concord pi.,
and Miss Mary Elenx, 1550 Orchard
st, flung from motorcycle. Severely
bruised.
Motorcycle Policeman Eatinger
thrown from cycle. Badly hurt.
"Count of Monte Cristo" cut by
censors. Duel and suicide scenes ob
jected to.
Mrs. A. L. Baker, Oak Park, dream
ed she fellv Screamed. Police ar
rived. Blamed plum pudding dinner.
Union Stock Yards leads personal
property valuation. Assessed for $15,
000,000. 1 hos. Fox "flopped" in Mrs. J. M.
Blums' basemen, 2712 Calumet av.
Woman's pet spaniel interfered. Hit
dog. Arrested. Offered whipping-or
20 days in Bridewell. Took Bride
well. Frank Miller convicted under Mann
act.
Julia Mikalm, 8022 Normal av.,
held to grand jury for death of baby.
Dog bit Richard Hunter, 6, 224 W.
64th st, on leg.
Rose Fishman, 1359 Johnson st.,
fell from street car. Leg broken.
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CLAFLIN SUBSIDIARIES WILL
CONTINUE BUSINESS?
New York, June 26. Believed
most of the subsidiary companies in
volved in the $34,000,000 difficulties
of H. B. Claftn Co. will continue
business without more than tempor
ary hitch.
While officials of the Clafln. Co.
said it was too soon to be surej they
intimated that the 40,000 employes
of the Clafiin stores throughout the
country would in all probability be
out of work only a few days, as they
expect the reorganization work to be
carried on speedily.
THE BARBER SHOP STRIKE
Owners of 100 barber shops on
West Side will meet this afternoon to
consider the demands of union bar
bers for shorter hours. The em
ployers' organization will probably
agree to closing shops at 1 o'clock
Sundays and 8:30 week days. The
union wants the shops closed at .10
Saturdays. The employers want to
keep open until 11.
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THE GAY METROPOLIS
"Did you have a good time in New
York?"
"Great! We paid $5 each for $2
seats for a show that wasn't worth
50 cents.'r-Detroit Free Press.
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The finger marks on a door can be
removed by a clean flannel cloth
dipped in kerosene, oil. Afterward
wipe with a cloth wrung out of hot
water in order to. take the smell
away.
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