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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 16, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 5',
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Imo, charged with selling liquor in
saloon at 2128 S. Wabash av. after
1 o'clock, insufficient evidence.
Detectives arrested three women
and three men in alleged dive at 2137
South LaSalle st.
Charges of disorderly conduct
against Dr. Ralph Hayden and Miss
Dorothy Higgins, demonstrator, 2414
Calumet av., brought by Mrs. Grace
Hayden, 5037 S. Michigan av., non
suited. Advised by judge to file
statutory charges against defend
ants. Mrs. Michael Ryan, 3412 S. Irving
av., got warrant for husband. Ryan
cut throat. Serious.
Frank Tramblyr contractor, Colon
ial Hotel, struck by 63d st car at
Ellis av. Badly bruised.
Adolph H. Wilgen, 5305 Bishop st.,
and Elizabeth Elliott, 4430 Prairie av.,
married. Gave occupations as West
Park policeman and investigator.
Charles Beta, 73, 4805 S. St. Law
rence av., dropped dead in hallway
of home. Heart disease
George Hassel, 113 E. 35th st., ex-,
onerated at inquest over body of un
identified man whom he shot and
killed Sunday. Testified how man
tried to rob him.
Joseph Butler, negro, 2953 S. State
st, confessed to judge that in last
nine years he had committed 500 bur
glaries. Given indefinite sentence.
Wm. Keene, negro, swiped a bottle
of champagne from W. Winberg's
drug store at 5150 Lake Park av.,
where he was employed as janitor.
Elmer Reckeosen, 10, 5807 Aber
deen st, hopped Pennsylvania freight
Three men held up United Cigar
Store at 4002 W. North ay. Took
$50 cash and $25 watch from Leo G.
Phillip Daley killed by street car
at Lincoln and Fullerton avs. Iden
tified by honorable discharge papers
from TT S. naw.
John Yost, janitor of building at I
Cleveland and Fullerton avs., lined j
$100 for threatening L. G. 'Knight,
New Southern Hotel, with two revol
vers. Police searching for parents of, 3-year-old
girl found crying at Division
and Clark sts. Gave name of Mary
Eutern. Unable to tell address.
WON'T LET MRS. YOUNG RETURN
SCHOOL BOARD MONEY
The school board yesterday refus
ed to allow Mrs. Eda Flagg Young to
return the $1,500 expense granted tq
each school official who made the re
cent European trip,
The board also says it will not
listen to criticisms from citizens
against the hoard paying the ex
penses of the trip. Yesterday the
American Public School Federation
and the Northwest Park Federation
of Improvement Clubs entered pro
tests. Mrs. Young turned in her report of
the European trip. She said that she
and Mrs. Britton inspected schools in
Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Man
chester and London. The report, lays
stress on the vocational and indus
trial education, physical training,
provision for defective children and
tha methods to protect.children from
Here are some of the recommenda
Installation of the vocational guid
ance bureau as an integral part of
the public school, system.
Introduction of more lines of prep
aration that lead boys and girls un
der. 16 to skilled labor.
Development of a great city tech
Intensification of our modern language-
work, particularly with pupils
intending to take advanced work in
commercial and technical lines.
When peace is re-established, give
director of physical education the op
portunity to study the different meth
ods of physical education and to see
"In their evening continuation