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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 29, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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berships for $1,000 each to raise
Mayor Thompson and other offi
cials who went to Springfield to pull
for home rule came back last night
Walter Kita, 3827 S. Wood, arrest
ed on serious charge 2 hours after
marriage. Case continued.
Karolina Svaoboda suing Joseph
Solfronk for $5,000 for slander. Says
he called her "pig" and "cow."
Mrs. Esther Falkenstein, noted set
tlement worker, to be buried tomor
row. Funeral to be largest ever held
on Northwest Side.
Henry Blair, pres. of Chicago Rail
ways Co., back from California.
Wants elevated and surface lines
Carelessness on part of Northwest
ern railroad blamed for death of
Louis Lauer, killed when switch en
gine struck auto he was driving.
Gates not lowered.
Judge Landis discharged jury in
service since July, 1914. Probed La
Salle St. bank crash, high cost of
food and labor cases. '
Chief Healey has approved wrist
watch for uniformed coppers. One
patrolman recently put on special
duty for wearing one.
Elephants, acrobats and clowns
visited Home for Destitute Crippled
Children, Park av. and Paulina, so
invalid kiddies could see show.
$270 judgment entered against Dr.
Louis Rogers and his "Natl Emer
gency hospital" in favor of nurse who
didn't get pay.
Work done by employment bureau
of cHicago Woman's club reported.
Obtained jobs for 1,500 women and
food for many others.
Kerosene gangs of North Shore
towns busy exterminating mosquitos
and their breeding places.
Verdict for "substantial sum" re
turned against Ottoman Hanish, cult
leader, who was sued for $5,750 by
Mrs. Ellen Marx.
Franz Labordi entered office of
Pathephone Co., 17 S. Wabash av.,
and threatened manager. Calmed by
T record of sister's voice, which was
played. Arrested. Sister operatic
Well-dressed woman, about 65,
died suddenly on Indiana av. car at
Rev. Elmer L. Williams, North Side
pastor-reformer, had Dwight Porter
arrested. Accused him of stealing
hat from churcn.
Mrs. Julia Webster, 75, 4641 N.
Hermitage av., died of burns re
ceived when she attempted to light
Two autos wrecked when they col
lided at Barry av. and Sheridan rd.
last night Nobody hurt.
Joseph Boginski, 4719 S. Wood, ar
rested for lying down on car track.
Said he didn't want to live.
Dorothy Forbis, 3, 3817 Clarendon ,
av., fell from window on second floor
of home. May die.
$200 fine suspended when Russell
Armstrong promised not to annoy his ,
Discovery of arsenic container in ,
bedroom of Mrs. Rose Meyer, 3408 ,
W. 16th st., convinced coroner death
suicide. Husband died same way.
Mrs. Margaret Kavanaugh asked t
receiver to care for property of di- '
vorced husband. Wants to be sure ,
of dower rights. ,
Will of Sam Dalzell, 4030 Grand
blvd., filed for probation. Estate, .
John P. Sousa, bandmaster, made
defendant in $',000 suit by P. W. Neu
mann. Alleged breach of contract j
Walter Miller, Grand Rapids, Mich., i
arrested in box car, had bank book
of Harry White, Bluefield, W. Va. .
Police fear crime.
Policeman Frank McGurn, Sum-
merdale station, discharged from the
force by trial board for intoxication.
W. J. Voss, arrested for stealing
auto tires, told judge first offense. ,
Records showed several paroles. Six
months in BridewelL j
Chas. and William Shiplock, broth
ers, 519 W. 60th, held up by three 3
men. Beat them up and captured-oner