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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 08, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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put new Rogers Park plume ex
change into service.
Six men and three women arrested
in home of Mrs. Josephine TeHnski,
1330 Dickson. Condition discovered
by probation officer. 2 young daugh
ters taken to juvenile home.
Felix Gerard of Berne, Switzerland,
representing European restaurant
owners, says Chicago has world's
John Bingham, 418 N. Dearborn
st., arrested as bum money passer,
released on $3,000 bonds. George
Webster, partner, in cell.
Woodlawn police seeking negro
who hit Mary Durkin, 6110 Vernon
av., with club. Miss Durkin suffer
ing from two deep scalp wounds.
Julia Anna, entertainer, arrested at
stag in Haymarket Theater bldg. Sat
night. Police objected to- dance.
Bessie Rosner, 16 mo. old, 1913 S.
Troy, scalded while playing in kitch
en while mother was cooking, dead.
Joseph Lang, 3, 455 N. Peoria, dead
from burns received when he pulled
p'ot of scalding water from stove 3"
Charles P. Letson, 3200 Parnell av.,
arrested on wife abandonment
charge when he refused to "make
up" with wife.
Girl's screams from speeding auto
reported by Mrs. Pharen, 2316 W.
Railroad av., Evanston, set police
searching. Fear murder.
Peter Sprins, 515 W. Madison st.,
cut badly when foot went through
window while trying .to kick Jacob
Katz, saloonkeeper, 615 W. Madison.
Isadbr Isenberg, 1720 W. Taylorst,
stabbed, in abdomen, in fight at 1716
W. Taylor. Three arrested.
New method of painless childbirth
similar to twilight sleep expected in
Phillip Manno, partner of Ignazio
Mecca, suicide banker of 515 Oak st,
guarded by police. Pear outbreak.
Paul Mika 17234 Wabansia av.,
missing. Left suicide note to wife.
Fanny Bitiek, Allis Wis., found
aeariy deadfronxexposurje atCaergy-
ffville, Ind., trying to walk to'&ey
York, better. May recover. 1
Marshall Field III. ill of Typhoid
feever at Palm Beach, Fla. Not)
Attempted suicide of Florence Rus
sell, Jackson hotel, reported to police
Later declared joke by friends. ::
United Celtic-American societies
went on record as opposing selling pf
green snage as St Patrick's day enV.f
Henry J. Schooff, 82, Oak Parkrjl
suicide. Razor. Despondent Age
and ill health.
The Daily News, which keeps tabs
on advertising printed in all of the
Chicago papers, gives the following
statement for six days last weektj
Sunday advertising not being reporti
ed: News, 753.01 columns; Tribune,,
499.44; American, 325.73; Herald,
296.32; Journal, 268.35; Examiner-
220.59; Post, 191.17. ct
This shows the Herald with a sub-?,
stantial lead over the Examiner and
the Trib with a little more advertise
ing than the Herald and Examine,
combined. The Journal is crowding
the American, but the News has
nearly as much as the three other,
evening papers combined. -,j
Before the newspaper lockout the.
Hearst papers led in both the morn
ing and evening fields as to circular
tion. Now the News has a big lead
over the American and the Trib oyerj
Hearst appears to be slippiag u
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Dr Carsten will speak on "Pret
ventfon of Diseases" at Lower Social,:
Turner hall, Belmont and Paulina, to-
night Auspices of 24th ward Social-1
ist branch. , -
Mrs. Udell will speak before Mod
ern Self Educational league tonight:
at Maxwel Isettlement, 1214 S. Clio,
ton. Subject, "Young Generatte&ii
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