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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 06, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 3',
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Man giving name "George Smith,"
Sweitzer worker, arrested at 23d and
Wabash with 1,000 one-dollar bills.
Wm. Coleman, 3728 Forrestville
av., arrested after quarrel when re
Kate Adams, Progressive watcher,
refused right to watch voting in 19th
precinct of 1st ward.
John Ceriach, Sweitzer worker,
and Philip Landfield, Thompson
worker, arrested after fight at l2th
Police called to 5th precinct poll
ing place of 20th ward after David
Heller, 1214 Blue Island av., was
Judge Landis ordered 27 saloons
owned by bankrupt Tosettl Brewery
Co., to close Sunday. State law.
Fire in Moose bldg., 59 E. Adams,
routed 100 office employes. Crossed
wires cause. Damage $200.
Special memorial service for Prof.
Chas. Henderson, late of "U" of C,
to be given at Auditorium Sunday
Solomon Cohen, salesman, found
dead in gas-filled room at 4429 Calu
Emil Olson, housemover, found
dead from gas at 717 Drake av. to
TO FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS
A combination of forces that is ex
pected to make the fight against tu
berculosis more strong was brought
about yesterday whe nthe city and
county authorities agreed to co-operate.
By the use of a common board of
admission and a mutual understand
ing of the work done by the county
and city men, better results wfll be
The receiving board will probably
be located in the County hospital,
from where, after examinations by
the city and county doctors, patients
will be sent to the million-dollar san
itarium of the city and the great
fresh-air hospital of the county.
London. Teetotalism will be en-"
forced in all the king's households be-3
Boston. Curtis Guild, ex-governorf
of Massachusetts and former ambas-
sador to Russia, dead.' Pneumonia,.