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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 31, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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two weeks. Get $70 per month. Buy
own uniforms.
Burglars in shop of E. R. Squibb &
Co., chemists, got cocaine hydro
chloride valued at $585.
Michael Clark, 7236 S. Wabash av.,
found dead at foot of ladder in front
of home. Neck broken. Forgot key.
Mathew Kolbski, 2333 S. Troy st.,
hurt when thrown out of carriage by
runaway horse.
Fat at 2256 S. Wabash av., raided
as disorderly. 22d st. police pinch 50
in two days.
Dr. W. E. Henshaw, 1254 Elmdale
av., bitten in leg by rabid dog.
Robber attempted hqldup in saloon
of August Reinhardt, 725 " Webster
av. Escaped with bujlet in leg.
Frank Sitko lost $110 by pick
pockets in saloon at W. 12th and Jef
ferson St3.
Patrick Coyle, 81, 2001 W. Harri
son st, killed by gas.
Mrs. Harriet Brehms, 1135 W.
Grand av., dropped dead. Heart dis
ease blamed.
John Rowland, 140 W. Superior st,
dead in bed. No marks. Mystery.
Robert Huhman, 3520 Ogden av.,
robbed of .$10 and diamond ring by
two armed men.
Jas. Gapil, 808 Blue Island av.,
dead. Thrown through store window
by unknown man.
Joseph Sleticka, 4121 W. 26th st.,
thrown from carriage when horse hit
car.
Frank McFadden, cop, thrown from
rowboat at Chicago Beach when
John Hardy, guest of hotel, pulled
oar. Rescued.
er effort had been exhausted by the
state authdrttles to Restore order.
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BRYAN'S DAUGHTER AIDS THE
VICTIMS OF WAR
NIX ON TROOPS FOR MONTANA
Washington, Aug. 31. Gen. Woth
erspoon, acting secretary of war, to
day refused the request of Gov. Stew
art of Montana for troops following
the dynamiting of the employment
office of the Anaconda Mining Co. at
Butte yesterday.
Gen. Wotherspoon wired Gov.
Stewart that he did not believe it eX
jedient to send troops until every oth-
ffl.s.R.Owe,V.
Lincoln, Neb. The American wife
of a British soldier, Mrs. Ruth Bryan
Owen of Lincoln and London, daugh
ter of William Jennings Bryan, is at
the head of a movement in London to
help Unemployed women to take their
husbands' places as wage earners
during the war.
Mrs. Owen and several wealthy En
glish women will open a clothing fac
tory in Tottenham road, where both
skilled and unskilled women will find
employment. Mrs. Owen's husband,
Lieut. Reginald Owens, is in the En
glish army.
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LET'S HIM OUT
Chappie Jess told -me she would
not marry the handsomest man that
ever lived.
May Well, that doesn't affect your
chances, does it? Puck,

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