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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 09, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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Mayor Harrison on recommendation
of Chief Gleason.
Policewoman Alice Clements ar
rested Demetrious Cherinis of firm of
Cherinis & Canakes, Greek bakers,
Two men entered saloon of Leon
Frank, 60 W. Van Buren st Forced
bartender and 3 men to basement.
Federal authorities won first pro
secution of Chinese in connection
with opium den raids. Yuen Hung
found guilty of making smoking
opium. Five years in pen.
Woman giving name as Leona Her
man, 4600 Sheridan road, arrested
after she had tried to purchase goods
in Marshall Field & Co.'s store, giving
name of persons who had charge ac
count. Coroner's jury which investigated
explosion at Pain Fireworks Co., 1220
Wabasli av., returned open verdict.
Mrs. Maria Davis, negress, 3426 S.
State st, discharged by Judge Cav
erly. Charged with stealing diamond
ring worth $125 from Miss Louise
Hupp, 6020 S. Park av.
Committee of 15 will co-operate
with Woman's City Club to draft law
on morals to be presented to next
Mrs. Martha Richardson and Mrs.
Jeanette Finn, both of 1368 E. 55th
st., had clothes line scrap. Judge
threatened to try case with women
jury. Women kissed and made up.
Lester Levy, 1613 Clifton Park,
fined $50 and costs for insulting Mrs.
Albert Ohle, 1155 N. Clark St., over
Charges against Dr. Thomas J.
Robeson, 1140 E. 46th st., and Wm.
Spiking, 4643 Prairie av., dismissed
by Judge Caverly. Complainant, Mrs.
Hazel Spiking, failed to appear.
Maurice Freary, 3 months old, 6107
S. Sangamon st, found dead in bed
by mother. Suffocation believed.
James Sanborn Redfield, 728
Newgard av., and - C. Van Hodges,
1425 Chase av., arrested, charged
with operating con game. Admit
passing bad checks and skipping
Joseph Smith robbed flat of George
Percy, 6149 Drexel av. Left shoes in
alley with loot while robbing house
next door. Policeman found shoes
and waited. Smith pinched.
Edward Shaw and wife, Helen, held
to grand jury. Said to have stolen
suitcase from Marshall Field & Co.
Civic League of 6th Ward will meet
at Burke's School at '8 o'clock to
night o o
Socialist entertainment will be held
at Burley School, Barry av., near
Bull Moosers received message
from Rep. Kent, Cal., boosting can
didacy of Raymond Robins.
Mrs. Raymond Robins has taken
stump for husband.
A. A. McCormick will run on Pro
Boss Is your wife away on a visit
Boss That's rather expensive for
you, to send her away on your small
Slave It's cheap at any price.