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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 09, 1912, Image 8

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Judge K. M. Landis criticized
state . parole board yesterday
when he sentenced R. L. Men
ning and John Dalton, paroled
from Joliet, to U. S. penitentiary
for counterfeiting.
James Cain, 102, died yester
day at 642 Parnell ave; Attrib-J
uted long life to tea and rye
bre'ad diet. r
George Sheldon, 388 E? Huron;
, B. F. Arnold and George Wil
liams, salesmen, .and William
Mjjysrs, brQker, arrested, charg
ed with assaulting doorrnan at
Lambs' cafe. Sheldon phoned
Assistant Chief Schuettler, who
ordered desk sergeant to allow
men to sign own bonds. Last
three declined to give addresses.
Fire in four-story house at
2213 S. Michigan routed SO room
ers living in place and did $1,500
damage! to building.
Chicago section of Council of
Jewish Women, religious and
philanthropic society, yesterday
voted to sever connections with
the national body. Work will be
carried on independently.
Elenora Erickson, juvenile epi
leptic dependent, sent to private
family, an'd county will pay for
her care. 'Judge Pinckney called
attention to fact that state makes
no provisions for these unfortu
nates. All county homes refused
heY admittance.
Oscar S. Schmidt, 1977 Ever
green ave., arrested, charged
with having stolen money and1
jewelry from three young women
connected with-the Firman mis
sion, 231 BeethoVen place, while
he was working there Saturday.
Ruling of state civil service,
commission tars state employes
from political activity during
coming campaign. Will stop
work at primaries.
Charles Piper, U429 W. Van
Buren street, found with frac
tured skull on W. North ave. Sun
day night, died yesterday at hos
pital. Pocketbook and watch
were missing. Police to investi
gate. Bert Manes and Paul Scott,
formerly belhboy's at the' Transit
House, "burned "Friday, arrested
on suspicion ' of having stolen
trunk during fire.
Council committee yesterday
approved "nickel-first" devices
for telephones.
Dr. Harry" Elgin Webster when
questionedabout murder of Mrs.
F. E. Mize, denied knowledge of
case. Said he had never known
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