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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 15, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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looted offices of Frazer Oil Co., 3921
Oscar W. Kirineman found dead in
room at 914 Wabash, av. Gas heater
, Mrs. Rose Sidejl, Pekin, III., found
wandering about loop with shoe off
and foot frostbitten. Came to visit
John Glass, 816 N. Campbell av.,
burned trying to put out fire in shanty
at 63rd and Calumet Overheated
stove cause of blaze.
Mildred Hagger, 15, 1263 W. 74th,
missing. Left home Sunday to visit
friends. Runaway suspected.
M. H. Boland, 216 E. 53rd, clerk in
Lane's Drug Store, 12th and Wabash
av., arrested charged with illegal sale
Washington Willis, negro, com
plained when fined $10 by Judge La
Buy, got extra $5 tacked to assess
ment. Had been arrested for disor
Sophia McCambridge, 3327 Indiana
av., lost handbag to negro snatcher in
front of home; $1.20 in purse.
Ceo. Thompson, 1067 Ainslee. ac
cused of beating and robbing two
north side women, held to grand jury
on $6,000 bonds.
Att'y James T. Brady left estate of
$197, according to inventory filed in
I Appointment of members of new
morals commission to be made next
week. Kate Adams and A. D. Wei
mer recommended by mayor.
AN ECHO OF THE BOOK FIGHT
An echo of the text book fight,
which revealed the fact that Chicago
children we're being robbed regularly
bythe big book concerns, came to
'day in the .form of a defy hurled at
The text book rommittee of the
school board has proven that the
book companies are now giving Chi
cago schools jprices as low as other
cities are getting, whicn is specified
in our contract.
They have demanded prices as ldw
as those in the Michigan schools. The
book publishers threatened to with
draw from the Chicago field. And the
board attorney,. Angus Shannon,
called their bluff and dared them to
IS YOUR NAME ON THE WEDDING
The wedding permit bureau has a
blacklist. Before every clerk in the
marriage license department is a list
of persons to whom licenses to wed
are not to be issued.
Most of the matches objected to are
the "puppy love" sort where the prin
cipals are too young to judge for
themselves. There are other reasons
for some refusals; wives, jilted
sweethearts and police officials have
asked that licenses be withheld.
The Helen Deneen-Thos. Cantwell
match of Oak Park is one of those
objected to and County Clerk Sweitz
er has given orders nottq give a li
cense to wed to the young' couple, at;
Attorney Rob't Cantwell's request.
ONLY DECISIVE MEASURES WILL!
END BORDER FIRING
Washington Dec. 15. Only the
adoption of decisive measures will
end the shooting across the border
at Naco, Ariz. This is the substance
of a report received today from Gen.
Bliss, on duty there, transmitted to
the war department.
The state department has been so
informed, but up to the present it has
declined to issue the orders which,
will turn the American artillery
against the Mexican trenches. Sec'y
Bryan is still endeavoring to force
Provisional President Gutierrez to or
der the withdrawal of vthe Maytorena
forces from their position facing '
New York. Beautiful exhibit rep
resenting Grecian sculpture and
beauty will be sent to Panama-Pacific
exposition, is announcement of Gre
cian consul generaL
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