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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 17, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 11',
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will try to get you a job."
He doesn't stammer his gratitude.
He stands with his hands in his pock
ets, looking appraisingly at every
body, wondering, down in his heart
that has grown used to having no
body care, just what the motive is of
these people who are promising to
lielp him. And he expresses no ap
preciation and he makes no promises.
For he doesn't believe that any one
will ever care enough to do anything
worth while for him.
What a lot of children there are in
the world that nobody loves and no
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:27; sunset, 7:05.
Fire in pafe at 614 Davis st, Evans
ton, destroyed building of Hong Fong
Lo Co., and damaged two others.
Nicholas Ladit, 2144 Foster st,
hurt. Auto overturned milk wagon.
Police seeking driver.
Uhidentified crippled man killed by
Northwestern train at George st and
Jos Dignato, 729 W. Madison st,
shot in back in movie show. Police
think bullet from own gun.
May Davis, 15, 2843 W. Van Buren
St., missing 5 weeks. Police fear
Council expected to authorize $2,-r
500 appropriation to investigate
school fund shortage.
Public accountant working on the
books of City Collector Forsberg.
Wants certified statement of affairs
on which to base conduct in office.
Big Bros. Ass'n of boys' court form
ed in Hotel Planters' meeting. Ass'n
to take deserving boys from care of
Mrs. S. E. Van Alstine, Lombard
hotel, informed police she had found
$400 diamond ring she reported
W. G. Voliva spoke in Zion taber
nacle. Said he intended to stay 9
months of each year in Chicago to
wage war on city.
Firemen removed loose slats from
steeple of St Anne's Catholic church,
55th and Wentworth. Struck by light
ning. Mrs. J. W. Williams, 4618 Kenmore
av., may be operated on today. Call
for blood for transfusion successful.
John Hand, 85, Chicago's veteran
bandmaster, reported somewhat bet
ter at German hospital. Recovery
Fire in Eastman Kodak Co., 18th
and Indiana av., caused $5,000 dam
age. Water from sprinklers added to
Louis Bouloubos, 529 S. Halsted,
severely injured by autoist at Harri
son and Halsted. No arrest
Mrs. Jennie Augustine, 158 E. 23d
st, suicide. Gun. Temporarily in
sane. Twelve women and two men taken
from saloon of Fred Potthast, 2 W.
Fred Hall, 7614 Normal av., thrown
through windshield when auto of W.
V. Raschke, 7244 Prairie av., hit mo
torcycle. Severely hurt.
Thirteen men arrested in raid on
saloon of Harry Menicucci, 14 Polk
st Dice game alleged.
Russell Pethrick, butcher boy, 7017
Parnell av., held as suspect in Cop
Peter Gruzdis, grocer, 11423 Watt
av., confessed to police setting fire to
store to get insurance.
William Johnson, fireman, Co. No.
73, hurt when hose cart hit Clark st
car at Vincennes and 80th st
B. D. Oakley, 1246 N. Dearborn, ad
man, found dead on floor of room.
Gas. Believed accidental.
Frame barn at 7216 Lafayette av.,
burned. L. E. Mackey, 7142 Lafay
ette av., blames neighbors.
Julius Gosswein, 5253 Loomis st.,
found dead in gas-filled room by wife. .
Flat at 2727 Wabash av. and anoth-j
er at 2262 S. State raided by morals
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