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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 30, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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St Paul, Minn., for $50,000 for breach
of promise. "
Bazaar for benefit of Norwegian
Tabitha Hospital being held this week
at Humboldt Parish House.
William Humphrey, 3825 S. Camp
bell av., struck by Archer av. car at
Blake st. Recovery doubtful.
B. A. Lucas, lawyer of Gary, Ind.,
pinched for speeding. Obliged to
hock diamond ring to get $?5 cash
bond.
W. Soteck, 3742 S. Wood St., de
capitated by descending elevator in
bone factory of Sulzburger & Sons
Co. in stockyards.
Harry and Clarence McClure,
brothers, 6404 Dorchester avJ, cut
and bruised when auto in which they
were riding on Dorchester av. was
struck by another car.
A. J. Crowdy, Morgan Park, ne
gro, told Mrs. Gertrude Metlock, 3436
Calumet av., also colored, that he
possessed strange occult powers and
asked for diamond bracelet to dream
over. Pinched and fined $10.
Jacob M. Rissman, 2821 W. Jack
son blvd., and wife arrested after
Thomas Ford, Columbus, O., alleged
he had been robbed of $40 in their
saloon at 651 S. State st.
Judge Foeil in Superior Court or
dered that $3,000,000 worth of scrip
issued on Rosehill Cemetery Co.'s 5,
000 shares -of stock brought in court
pending suit of stockholders against
concern.
Adolph Sahil, living .at Saratoga
Hotel, suffered severe scalD wound in
altercation with M. M. Blake, mgr.
of hotel.
Thomas Ford.Cedar Rapids, la.,
came to Chicago for first tijne in 15
years. Slugged in alley Is minutes
after getting off train. Lost $40.
Roe Poultry and Produce Co., 221
W. South Water st, indicted by fed
eral grand jury for illegal shipment
of game birds between Chicago and
Newark, N. J.
Students battled with fire hose at
Kent College of Law, 116 S. Michigan
av. William Foucart, a student, ar
rested on charge of malicious mis
chief. Harry Goldberg and Morris Rice,
15, W. Grand av., pinched for trying
to flirt with Dorothy Miller, 701 S.
Hoyne av., at Monroe and Dearborn
streets.
Adam Grimes, 8867 Mackinaw av.,
and V. Bombowski, 874Q Mackinaw
av., pinched for failing to pay inter
nal revenue tax on cigars. Both held
under $1,000 bonds. 5,000 cigars
were confiscated.
Judge Walker indicated that he
would grant divorce to Mrs. George
McKenney, 5100 Kenwood av., who
alleges cruelty.
Orlando Robinson, Sr. and Jr., on
trial for "con game," took stand in
court and denied charge.
Mrs. Mary Grill, housekeeper, 45 E.
Cedar st, returned home from mar
ket yesterday and found door locked.
Called police. Burglars scared away.
Nothing taken.
Rex Spaulding suicided with poison
on rear porch of brother-in-law's
home at 5157 Hermitage av. yester-
fday. Wife, from whim he has been
separated, was living there.
Municipal Judge Scully to give
away 100 barrels of apples to children
at different Chicago playgrounds to
day. Nine policemen to watch North
western "U" tomorrow night. Pro
tection asked by officials of "U."
Hallowe'en.
SLAPS AT FLASHING SIGNS
-An action' to do away with the
flashing and glaring electric" signs
was proposed by Aid. Powers at the
council meeting yesterday. It was
in the form of an amendment to the
present regulations.
"It is proposed to make the signs
all vertical instead of horizontal," he
said, "and to limit the size to two feet
wide and twenty feet high.
"This applies to signs hung in front
of stores, restaurants and similar
places and which are on a level with
the ceiling of the store.

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