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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 19, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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dding under Clark sf bridge last
night Screams broughtsrescuers.
Men listened to Bishop McDowell's
sermon on "Christianity" in Orches
tra hall, then hid under chairs until
crowd got out, blew office safe and
got $100.
Mrs. C. S. Washburne wants di
vorce. Was Virginia Brooks, "Joan
of Arc of W. Hammond" and author
of "little Lost Sister."
Home Philip Johngrasso, 2512-14
Lowe av., wrecked by "Black Hand"
bomb. Mrs. Johngrasso seriously in
jured. Mrs. Hetty Green, world's richest
woman, foreclosing $50,000 trust
deeds against Chicago borrowers.
Thief stole $50 shawl in which baby
of Mrs. Edw. Mills, Evansjon, was
wrapped in buggy. Did not awaken
baby. ,
"Tag Day" collections yesterday
for Chi Children's Benefit league
passed $40,000.
Coroner Hoffman urged speed limit
and speedometer foristreet cars at
inquest over Louise Drews, Danville
girl.
Evelyn, 9, daughter Andrew Beck
er, 713 N. State, missing since Sun?
day, returned home and said she had
been kidnapped by woman and kept
in house on Wells st
Cap't Ira B. Mansfield, federal in
spector under fire after Eastland dis
aster, dead. Got letter from Sec'y
Redfield on birthday asking him to
resign. "They made him the goat
and it killed him," said Mrs. Mans
field. Lincoln Anti-Cigarette league or
ganized among boys in school of
county jail
Chief Healey intimated that if Mor
rison hotel persisted In policy of de
livering drinks purchased on Satur
day its license might be revoked.
Police called to rescue Archie Ja
cobs and bride from mob in front of
home of bride's father, Dr. C. W.
Gould, 1361 N. La Salle.
Dudley Field Malone, collector of
port of New, York, in Chicago inves
tigating charge of Mrs. Sarah Lund,
Chicago, in $50,000 suit that subma
.rine boat parts were carried on Lusi
tania on fatal voyage. Called suit a
joke.
F. J. Panos, 1867 S. Ridgeway av.,
wrecked auto in attempt to save man
supposed to be Edw. Bastein, 69,
1846 S. Sawyer av. Man dead.
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ARRESTS OF STRIKERS RUN
INTO THE HUNDREDS
Close to 400 arrests have now been
made by Chief Healey's squads in the
garment workers' strike. These were
bookings for disorderly conduct Sun
day and Monday:
Maxwell St Station Wm. Myrtle,
1045 Wesley av.; Ben Bezking, 2934
Haynes.
Shakespeare Av. Station Chas.
Bregan, 1037 Paulina; Ignatz Kurke
wicz, 1033 N. Hermitage av.; Stanley
Kuk, 1120 N. Winchester; John Konz
kowcki, 1115 N. Lincoln; Mary Smith.
Desplaines St Station Fannie
Goldberg, 2615 Haddon av.j Grace
Alizze, 841 Fulton; Jacob Zalimsky,
3533 13th pL; Samuel Isariz, 851 S.
Racine av.; Mary Simon, 1049 W.
13th; Mary R. Pazelsky, 975 Lafiin;
Lea Rozofsky, 1140 S. Robey; Izadore
Miller, Jackson hotel; Max Goodman,
2600 Iowa; S. Lin, 1649 S. Hamlin av.;
Sam Munger, 600 W. 12th.
Chicago Av. Station Annie Ru-benstein.
JUDGE RULES AGAINST CLAIM
OF FACTORY INSPECTOR
Judge Flanagan ruled that the
sleeping and eating of strikebreakers
in a clothing factory was not a vio
lation of the state law forbidding the
manufacture of clothing in a tene
ment or dwelling.
State Factory Inspector Nelson
contended that the Scotch Woolen
Mills, Adams and Halsted, had made
a dwelling of their factory by fur
nishing beds and meals for workers
in the workrooms. Judge Flanagan
decided differently and dismissed the.
charges
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