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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 11, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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when put under oath. Sentenced to
1 day in jail. Sentence revoked later
by judge on CauTs-plea.
Jury in case of Mrs. May Oliver,
owner of "massage parlor" known as
the Acme Institute, 39 W. Adams, to
return sealed verdict this morning.
Mrs. Oliver charged with being keeper
of a dive.
C. A. Kellog, owner of Reed Hotel,
in court as alleged owner of dive.
Discharged; 4 inmates fined $5 each.
Mrs. Everett Hughes suing to ob
tain estate of husband who deserted
Mrs. Calvin Purdy suing husband
for divorce. Alleges infidelity.
Women's Club of the Esther Falk
enstein. Settlement will meet next
Peter Reinberg, pres. Board of Ed
ucation, left on 'week's vacation be
fore assuming duties as pres. of
Chief Gleason issued order in
structing officers not to arrest people
for standing on back platform of
Mabel Hanson, 1927 N. Lawndale
av., died from burns incurred when
she stepped on match.
Bert Schmidt, 9449 Winchester av.,
who claims to be a strong man, in
court to prosecute two men who he
claims robbed him of $2 in restaurant.
Relation of habit-forming drugs to
crime to be discussed at meeting of
crime commission this morning.
Josephine Strombald suing Charles
Sauer and Margaret Sauer for $5,000.
John Karp, 70, retired farmer of
Lemont, HI., died suddenly. Inquest
, Organization of Illinois Insurance
Federatfon .completed at meeting in
Hotel La Salle. Constitution adopted
and officers elected
Justice Boyer, Evanston, turned
over $3,142 motor vehicle law fines
to city treasurer for street repairs.
Montague Ferry, commissioner
public service, wants cheaper taxi J
rates. Says two kinds of taxis, one
for the rich and one for the poor,
would make rates lower.
Judge Foell, Superior Court, en
tered order allowing stockholders of
Rosehill Cemetery Co. to examine
books. Case went over week.
C. H. Good, Evanston merchant,
robbed Sept. 16, recovered notes
worth $1,500. Thief got$150 in cash.
Appellate Court upheld power of
mayor to refuse to grant saloon li
cense when valid reasons were given.
Dr. A. T. Horn, 3044 Wentworth
av., arrested for larceny by P. H.
Proemke, 1709 W. 59th. Horn bor
rowed money from Froemke, giving
machine as security, Froemke being
allowed to use it. Took it from lat
ter and refused to return it.
Clarence Ballard, -5147 Lake Park
av., employe of Elite Garage, found
unconscious in electric auto near
57th and Woodlawn av. Said strang
er chloroformed him. Not robbed.
Mrs. Pasqualina Forte, daughter
Anna and son Pasquale placed on
trial for murder. Jury disagreed in
Charles Clark, 510 Wells, held to
grand jury for attempt to rob Kitty
Cross, woman barber, 354 ,N. State.
Mrs. Jens Pederson suing husband
for separate maintenance. Alleges
in bill that for last year he has been
supporting Sadie Samollow. '
Nick Hunt, former inspector of po
lice, now head of private detective
agency, says he has found auto fence
where stolen machines are disguised
and sold to fanners, near Thayer,
"HUSBAND ONLY A HORSE"
Cleveland, Nov. 11. "A husband is
only a horse, hitched to a wagon and
he's got to keep right on pulling."
Israel S. Feit, 21 years married, na
tional garment workers' union offi
cial, made this statement in pleading
for divorce from his wife, Rose, in
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