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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 04, 1912, Image 7

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Julius Hausen, 64, 838 Austin
ave., cdmmitted suicide hy as
phyxiation. Broke and ill.
- Some people seem to think that
Roosevelt intends to use tb,e re
cently formed Chicago Rough
Riders to form path of blood for
himsejf to the White House.
Which idea, in this day, and
age; is really -highly amusing.
Five open air schools for chil
dren of Chicago to be opened this
summer, according to school
board extension. Places not de
cided on.
John Coyle, 23, Jay Payne, 21,
Tom Mullane, 24, arrested.
Found in possession of coat and
watch of Thomas Coglan, 15
"Qujncyst. tt
Royal A. Coash, former assist
ant postmastert Wilmington, 111,,
on trial before Federal Judge
Carpenter for embezzlement.
Nathan Harris,' driver for V.
C." Price,, badly injured when car
riage demolished by.auto.at 4313
Drexel blvd. Auto never stopped.
' Olive dupit, 7, 3307, W."63rd
place, charged with Pearl Hart
man with passing bad checks for
, over .$150, given another chance
by'Juveriile Court Judge Pinck
ney. .
Peer ' Novak, - roomer, stabbed
and badly wo'unded his landlord,
Michael Black, at 857 Milton av.,
in preference to paying rent. Ar
rested". 650 employes o. Edgewater
plant, Corn Products Refining
Co., on strike for shorter hours
and higher wages. Plant tied up.
Frank Basti, 40, 2846 S. Homan
av,,rtried to jump from 'Armour &
Co. grain boat to wharf at Mor
gan av. and the river. Drowned.
, tetter of protest against use of
fcitv nnlirens strikehrpakprs fnr
newspapers sent to City Council
by Chicago) Federation of Labor.
Protest referred to Gommittee on
Police, where it probably will be
Of. six. union newsboys' cases
before 'Municipal Judge Olson
yesterday two we're postponed,
one dismissed, two found not
guilty and one fined the minimum
The 'Examiner is taking up an
awful lot of space every day try
ing to prove that George L.
Berry, international president of
the pressmen, is not a good union
But probably the Examiner
does not grudge the space, seeing
thdt Berry is the man who is con
ducting so successful a union
Campaign against the Examiner.
'Talking about successful cam
paigns, the. railroads seem to, be
pretty tightly 'tied up by the
freight handlers' strike.
Roy McGuinness, teamster,
1124 Seminary place, slugged by,
unidentified men at Lincoln ave.
and G-eorge st.
Strange thing about slugging,
of McGuinness is that none of
the trUst papers have discovered
that he was slugged by union
.men yet.
Unity building found unsafe by
Mafster in Chancery Charles B.
Camels are the only four-legged
animals who cannot swim.

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