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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 30, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 31',
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terminal to begin. Occupants of
condemned houses given jobs
Chicago Railway Terminal com'n
want to spent $1,000,000 in straight
ening out river to aid terminal. Be
fore council committees.
Wan and 2 women left baby with
-bottle of milk at nursery of Mrs.
jMary Grueling, 3405 Sarak av. Baby
drank milk. Died. Police probing.
Michael Daly, 9950 Commercial av.,
told police he was robbed of $2,318
in 1st Nat'l Bank bldg. Collected
damages from suit.
Henry Schmidt, 2, fell from arms
of aunt and rolled down "L" station
stairs. Skull fractured. May die.
Aunt slipped on banana peel.
Paul Levison sold bottle of flour to
Lillian La Veil for $15, saying it was
cocaine. Arrested in Wheaton.
Mary Anderson arrested after cre
ating scene in office of Dr. Chas. Cor
win, dentist, 3025 Indiana av. Said
he refused to keep promise and mar
ry her. He says she is crazy.
Trustees of estate of Chas. Cahpin
purchased site of FineArts bldg. for
$3,000,000. Real estate records are
broken by purchase.
ilO tons of paper used to print bal
lots for election Tuesday,
Pueblo, Colo. B. R. Wilkerson, 29,
accompanied by man who says he is
G. A. Ryther, St. Joe, Mo., arrested,
charged with attempted assault in
Pullman car on Mrs. Holbrook, Du
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SEEKS SALVE FOR ALLEGED
Miss Rae Tanzer, who is bringing
a $50,000 damage suit against James
w. usoorne, the New York lawyer.
Five hundred baseball players of
west side will gather at Tilton School
hall, 42d and W. Park av., Tuesday
evening in fionor of R. M. Sweitzer.
Callahan, Stack and loop actors will
appear. Admission free.
Seymour Stedman, Socialist candi
date 'for mayor, will speak at follow
ing meetings tonight: 28th Ward1
club, Brentano school, Fairfield and
Schubert, 8:10; Scandinavian club,
Humboldt hall, North and Talman
aves., 8:45; 22d Ward club, Yondorf's
hall, Halsted and North av., 9:15; 2d
Ward club, Douglas school, 42d and
Forest av., 10.