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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 25, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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as prelude to 13th convention of Nat'l
Ass'n of Garment Manufacturers.
Chas. Moody arrested for taking
clothes of unemployed men to clean
and running away. "
Mrs. Mary Parker, 4347 W. Wash
ington blvd., disturbed by burglar
who entered pantry. He escaped.
Millionaire John Borden and com
panion John Brady, back from Eu
rope. Borden took movies.
Bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Plamondon to arrive in Chicago to
day." Drowned in Lusitania sinking.
Ten cases will be tried in morals
court today to test right of unescort
ed women to frequent loop cafes.
Were, arrested in Fred Potthast's sa
loon, 2 W. Van Buren.
Mrs. Edgar Davies, wife of former
state factory inspector, in serious
condition after second Caesarian op
eration in two years.
H. A. Winslow, 700 N. Clark, ar
rested for buying cigarets for boy.
Hyman Bolotin, principal of pre
paratory school at 3317 W. 12th,
wants injunction to prevent former
partner from opening school within
Mrs. Marie Karl, 2629 Magnolia av.,
suicided with gas. No motive known.
Fred Merriam, lumber dealer,
whose first divorce was held up by
court, granted new one. Charged
wife had too many friends.
Seven auto buses have taken place
of 12 horse-drawn vehicles to bring
crippled children to school Children
Mrs. Michael Walsh, wife of deputy
coroner, wants divorce. Charges
cruelty, drunkenness and jealousy.
Parents of Chas. Dennis, held on
story of Stella Tienz, 15, 10516 Av. G.,
says girl named policeman in charges
and that police are trying to cover up.
Detective with drawn revolver pro
tected Leo Brotkin, chauffeur, 1745
Flournoy, who killed Gildo Mele, 2,
1009 Lytle St., from mob.
Mysterious burglar entered home
of William Hibbard, Winnetka, and..
T took silver plate worth $700. No
Engine Co. 13, Lake and Dearborn,
claim record for getting ready for
fire. Made test in 41 seconds. s
Mrs. Selma Weiss wants divorce.
Says her husband dressed up like a
robber one night and tried to lull her.
Delegation of women stormed the
county board meeting to protest
against allowing Illinois Training
school to have County hospital nurs
Burglar equipped with knife broke
into home of John Walker, 1552 N.
La Salle. Got $3,500, mostly in jewels.
Michael Andrezewski, 45, 1470
Elston av., jumped into river at North
av. Dead. Wife left him.
Harry Jones, 1356 Sedgwick, rout
ed 2 bandits with fists.
Applications for free gardens re
ceived at Stock Yards bank. 200 sites
available at 47th and Kedzie.
Mill and elevator fire insurance
men, convening here, say flour dust
is a high explosive. May recommend
it to warring countries.
Simeon Bells, veteran of 1847 Mex
ican war, fell downstairs at home of
granddaughter in Elgin. Serious.
Mrs. Mabel Jackman, 5242 Michi
gan av., denies she is married to Dr.
Herber Claflin, seeker after a spirit
Proprietors of four loop hotels to
appear in court to answer charge of
selling booze on Sunday.
Harry Powers, manager of Powers
theater, had pocket picked. Pocket
book later found in mailbox. $80
gone. Papers untouched.
Leroy Runkel, 4, 1722 Sedgwick,
killed by 10-ton Albert Pick & Co.
truck. Playing tag.
War arguments forbidden in room
occupied by municipal court bailiffs.
Most of them are foreign descent
Edward Chapman, special delivery
boy, went 45 miles an hour on motor
cycle to get bread. Fined $50.
Chesapeake & Ohio R. R. ordered
700 steel box cars from Central Lo
comotive & Car Co., Chicago Heights