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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 13, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 31',
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tion. Hoisted Orange flag. Capt'Col
James Wilburn, 3, 1043 W. Jackson
blvd., swallowed mercury. May die.
Derailed Oak Park "L" train at 5th
av. and Lake st. halted traffic for
With flight of 56 seconds, C. C.
Cook won hydro model contest at
Louis Kalman, 70, 2117 Evergreen
av., smoked cigaret in bed. Burned.
Boys "shot craps" in alley. Wm.
Rowland, 355 Chestnut St., shot by
policeman while fleeing.
Zell C. Roe, alderman of Des
Moines, la., arrested -in Evanston
while studying town methods.
Paul Sureck, 515 N. Morgan st.,
tried to light street lamp. Shocked.
Fell. Skull fractured.
Police raided meeting of street
speakers. Riot ensued. Five ar
rested. Mrs. C. T. Bradford, Evahston, re
fuses to give up child found at door
five years ago.
HUNT STAGE-STRUCK GIRL
The police yesterday started on a
search for Helen Hansen, 15, who left
her home at 5410 W. Harrison st,
last February after announcing her
intention of going on the stage.
The girl is extremely pretty and
well formed for her age. Her mother
fears for the fate of the girl.
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GRAFT INQUIRY BEGINS
The special federal grand jury
will begin hearing evidence made by
John McLaughlin and other employes
against certain union business agents
The. strike called --against Mc
Laughlin and also the refrigeration
cases will be the first called.
PAINTERS' SPECIAL MEETING
A special meeting of the Painters'
Union T,nppi.",i7, has been called for
tomorrow nights A. recording secre
uuy will be elected, new amendments
to constitution will be voted on and a
special assessment -for a blind painter
will be levied.
GOELETS MAY MARRY AGAIN FOR
SAKE OF THEIR CHILDREN
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Ittfs. Hobo. GoeJet);
New York. Mrs. Robert Goelet, a
recent divorcee, may soon be a bride
again and the bridegroom will be
her divorced millionaire-husband,
The Goelet children are the cause
of their parents' reconciliation, as it
is said Goelet is very unhappy away
from his family.
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New York. 'Her clothing stolen
from locker while she was bathing,
Rose Lichtenthal had to remain in
water while brother went home for
Winchester, III. Robert Jackson
drowned. Tried to ride a wave.
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