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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 24, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Judge Scully to make court for in
sane look-as little -like court as pos
sible. Says surroundings scare peo
ple. Foreclosure of-rrjortgage held by
Field's estate on Roman's Temple
expected to take place today.
Bed and board to be provided for
homeless boys and young men at the
Cathedral Shelter, to be opened to
night at 943 W. Washington blvd.
Short-changers obtained $10 from
clerk in Gordhein's dry goods store
at 3236 W. 12th at.
35,000 bushels of onions fried in
a fire which destroyed a -warehouse
owned by E. R. Leesley, Oak Park
av and, W. 22d last night, -n
Judge Walker thought he had lum
bagoT Doctor made examination and
found 2 broken ribs. Judge fell on
icy sidewalk.
Osteopaths to open campaign for
$1,000,000 to be used in enlarging
A. T.-. Still research institute.
Under the direction of Prof: A. A.
Michaelson, a seismograph, one of
the most' delicate in the world, is be
ing installed at the "U" of Chicago.
Chicago Band to give 5th annual
concert, at Bridewell tomorrow.
United Commercial Travelers to
have .Christmas party, tree and ball
in Temple hall, Masonic Temple.
William Haskell, ass't sup't of con
struction, board of education, fined
$1,000 by board for passing regular
work done in Harrison technical
high school.
Michael Danek, 3442 S. Hoyne av.f
said to have represented self as gov
ernment official In St Paul, Minn.,
arrested by federal authorities at
home.
R. L. Fitzgerald, engineer pf Mad
ison, Wis., family connected with'
Wis. railway commission, named vil
lage manager of Winnetka. To take
duties of old administration.
Harry fueber, 91, 5918 S. Morgan,
robbed at $180 by 3 youths who came
to. borrow money
Capt Evans, finger print expert of
bureau-of identification, says .name
of man shot in Mrs. Curtin's saloon,
Adams and S. Sangamon, is James
Foster, a burglar.
Council finance committee discus
sing 2 more bond issues; $1,000,000,
for bathing beaches, playgrounds and
small parks and $750,000 for garbage
disposal station.
37 years ago Mrs. Carrie Campbell
placed the daughter of her second
husband in a home. Recently she
married again. Now searching for,
39-year-old daughter.
James Christensen, found uncon
scious in basement of Ohlq building
on Sunday nigjit, died in hospital
from fractured skull. Police think
robbers attacked him.
James Luridy, retired fireman of
South Chicago, bought 13 pound tur
key to faten-up for Christmas dinner.-
Killed it and found bird has lost
2 pounds.
Chicago Garment Makers' Ass'n,
convening at Grand Pacific Hotel,
protest against constant changes oi
styles.
Mrs. Jean Van Vlissengen wants
classic Greek dances in place of
opera. Will start coaching girls in
preparation for next season.
George Hall, 636 Madison, arrested
by Dr. W. M. Burroughs, Otis build-
ing, on charge of extortion. Said,.
Hall threatened to state publicly that
Burroughs caused, death -of wife by
illegal operation.
Chief Gleason requested by F. T.,
Hamshaw, Seattle, to And address of
parents of Fred Young, reported dead ,
at Nizina Glacier, Alaska.
County Assessor Sheriden present
ed with diamond star by 31st ward
Democratic club. , .
Mon vTon, Chinese waiter, accused
of violating Mann act. Accused of
transporting negress "from St -Louis
to Chicago., -
Mayor Harrison denied Commis-.
sioner of Publie - Service Ferry
fomrtifaai iTi it. "V ---'--"'--

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