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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 04, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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& Sons' bank. Two companions es
Washington authorities consider
ing plan to reorganize Chicago's mail
system. More autos and fewer sub
Chief Healey found investigators in
public service bureau had stars in
scribed "traffic police." Ordered con
fiscation. Stink bomb thrown in Bismarck
theater, 3653 Armitage av., last night.
Adolph Wolf, 26th and Union av.,
drawned. Pell from pier.
Sam Hess, car conductor, fined
$200 far practicing nledicine without
license. "Eye specialist."
Stanley Siehlinski found dead in
Oneida hotel, 1555 W. Madison. Be
Chicago committee which went to
Atlanta, Ga., to present Leo Frank
petition for clemency to government
back. Predict change of sentence.
, Mrs. Carolina Albert, 2006 W. Chi
cago av., suicided with gas. Ill health.
Six navigation inspectors appoint
ed yesterday to prevent overcrowding
of lake boats. Get $4 a day.
Battery C. mustered into I. N. G.
last night at armory of Battery B.
Composed largely of society men.
Investigators for Political Equality
.league say conditions in poolrooms
Frank P. Walsh, chairman commis
sion on industrial relations, in Chi
cago. Says commission is through
work. Fixing up report.
Mrs. L. L. Funk, pres. Children's
Day ass'n, left for Springfield to try
and get pardon for L. Lindbloom, in
Joliet for killing boy with auto.
Men graduates-of Chicago U. only
need to wear vestments on gradua
tion day. Refused to wear caps and
back to port. Leaking. Damaged
Nine residents of Desplaines ar
raigned before Justice Kendall of Oak
Park. Charged with operating blind
CLUBWOMEN TAKE A STAND
Roused by publicity given the John
son case, clubwomen took a hand in
the fight against abortion in a meet
ing of the City club social evil com
mittee. Facts on conditions growing
steadily worse were discussed and a
remedy in the form of publicity which
would bring a better understanding
of the evil was advocated.
Married women outnumber single
four to one, according to a statement
of Dr. Efla V. Davis, member of the
qommittee. It is their money which,
in many cases, causes a poor physi
cian to perform an abortion.
The health committee of the city
council met and appointed a subcom
mittee to investigate the evil. Pub
lic hearings coupled with a secret
quiz aimed at physicians who per
form abortions will be the action of
the body. Publicity again was advo
vated as a remedy.
WANTED TO KNOW
"Ma, this book says speech is sil
ver and silence is golden."
"Well, then what is a brass band.?;