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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 05, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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$10,000 damages from sanitary board
for loss caused by canal.
Frank M. Boyer, former postal
clerk, sentenced to one year in Leav
enworth. Opened mail.
New Domestic Relations night
court to have been established. Post
poned because' of illness of Judge
Appellate court sustained verdict
of $10,000 rendered Bridget Cowan
against Dr. Albert J. Bouffler for mal
practice.' Henry Schmidt, 14, arraigned be
fore Judge Pinckney for stealing
cigars. Freed on promise to quit
Edward Tilden, packer and bank
er, dead at home, 5020 Woodlawn
av. Throat trouble.
Casper Blomgren, 2360 Lincoln
av., broke several toes flipping Lin
coln av. street car.
Mayor Harrison charges that the
big corporations of Chicago are
back of Sweitzer for mayor. At a
meeting last night he said: '
"I can tell you without violating
any confidence that the big corpor
ations of Chicago are very much in
favor of Bob Sweitzer. If you could
get into the sanctum of the traction
companies, through the doors of the
elevated railroad companies, of the
gas company, of the Commonwealth
Edison company, or any of the other
great corporations that are enriching
themselves at the expense of the pub
lic, you would find they are plotting
today to put over Bob Sweitzer."
Harrison also intimated that the
big banks were trying to get back
where they can get 5 per cent for
money loaned to the city while pay
ing the city only 3 per cent on city
The English court physican has the
right to pass through armed troops.
King George should appoint 5,000
court physicians and start them to
MERELY COMMENT '
There's another good thing about
the jitney bus.
If it drives the trolley car out of
business Chicago will get Bion J.
Arnold and Walter Fisher off her
Which would be some cause for
Hoggishness of the so-called legit
theaters in helping the ticket scalper
rob the public may help the movies.
Nobody has any doubt about the
theaters being in with the scalpers.
Wall Street Journal says jitney bus
is raising Old Harry with street rail
ways. Gee, but if the jitney ever springs
a leak that lets the water out of street
railway securities, there'll be some
flood in Wall street.
Senator Ham Lewis still wants the
federal reserve bank in Chicago given
a congressional once over.
Ham acts like a man who was sur
prised that George Reynolds and Jim
Forgan grabbed control of that bank
Didn't he know that this pair of
money lenders run Chicago finances
for Rockefeller and Morgan?
By the way, what's become of our
old fellow townsman, Irey M. Cobe?
Irey cut SOME swath around these
parts for quite a spell, and then beat
it. But why? And whence?
The newspapers are having a dick
ens of a time getting young Marshall
Field III. married.
But then that's about the only
chance we have of getting a Marshall
It would be really interesting to
know where all the money comes
from that is being dumped into the
Some folks are sure investing
heavily in Chicago politics.
Sure let jitneys run through the
That'll give folks who don't own
autos a chance to get more good out
of parks and boulevards.