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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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Deubler, saloonkeeper, disagreed.
Burglar rifled home of Daniel J.
Portley, 9553 S. Seeley av.
Oak Forest infirmary and County
hospital facing coal shortage.
Mayor may name new school trus
License of Louis Conn, undertaker,
318 Federal, revoked. Charged with
forging order to get possession of
Jas. Melonar, 12, Lansing, III., and
Orrin Coy, 13, Highland, escaped
death when train hit auto. Boys
Carried along on cow-catcher.
Ex-Aid. Frank I. Bnnett men
tioned for Com'r of Public Works
Aibert Miller, 5337 S. Wood, held
to grand jury on charges of niece,
Irene Krause, 12.
Herman Zielski, Homewood, III.,
died suddenly. Believed to have been
hurt while working in locomotive
Wm. .Kuhn, 1820 N. Washtenaw
av., leaped from auto just before it
was wrecked by train.
Elsie Vopicka, daughter of C. J.
Vopicka, U. S. minister to Balkans,
to wed Edward Martin Kralovec to
night. Ted Thacker, arrested in Miami,
Fla., for robbery of Nat'l Shawmut
Bank, Boston, identified as Edw.
Thatcher, son of wealthy Los An
TEN MEN MAY HELP FARRELL
Ten men who said they registered
at the new Y. M. C. A. hotel about the
same time on the night of Oct 30 as
did Dan Farrell called at the offices
of Att'y Francis O'Shaughnessy to
tell him about it yesterday.
They read of the refusal of the
Y.'M. C. A. to let the attorney see
the register that night to prove that
his man stayed there. Farrell was
accused of shooting and killing Rich
ard Hatfield, in a saloon hold-up at
'222 Lomax pi. He says he was in the
hotel when the hold-up took place.
PUBLIC EDUCATION ASS'N BOOM
ING RIGHT ALONG
The Public Education ass'n is now
in the field with over 100 members
from all classes and all kinds of
churches,, clubs and institutions. It's
about the most non-partisan, non
sectarian thing in Chicago. Its aim
and slogan is:
"The best free education of all -the
children of all the people."
At Woman's City club yesterday
these 15 were elected directors:
'Mrs. Harlan W. Cobley, Bernard
Flexner, E. D. Hulbert, Mary Mc
Dowell, James Mullenbach, Mrs.
Dunlpp Smith, Horace K Tenney,
Grace Abbott, Dr. J. M. Dodson, Mrs.
W. S. Hefferan, Morton D. Hull, Ar
thus Mason, Joseph Schaffner, A. A.
Sprague, Carl Thompson.
All signs are this organization will
dig to. roots and come closer, to solv
ing Chicago's public school problems
than anything in the field. Its mem
bers haye'been co-operating with the
city council schools committee hi
bringing to Chicago school superin
tendents from other cities, in work
ing for complete publicity of all pub
lic school documents of record and in
the movement to free the superin
tendent of schools from domination
by the school board. Among those
present yesterday were:
. Dr. C. S. Bacon, E. O. Brown, E. L.
Burchard, Samuel Dauchy, H. J.
Friedman; W. E. Hotchkiss, Thomas
F. Holgate, Henry E. Legler, Victor
Olander, Charles L. Strobel, Mrs. J.
T. Bowen, Mrs. Samuel Chase, Mrs.
C. F. Harding, Mrs. G. M. Mathes,
Mrs. Addison Moore, Mis's Agnes Nes
tor, Dr. E. V. L. Brown, E. B. Butler,
Henry P. Chandler, T. E. Donnelley,
V. A, Geringer, Henry K. Holsman,
Carl R. .Latham, C. M. Moderwell,
Allen B. Pond, Harry A. Wheeler,
Mrs. G. A. Carpenter, Mrs. Jean E.
Driver, Mrs. Frank Jerome, Mrs.
Frank Montgomery, Mrs. J. W Mor
rison, Mrs. Raymond Robins.