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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 17, 1912, Image 5

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Mrs. Frank Worrel, 1916 War
ren ave., released from detention
hospital by County Judge Owens
on petition of her former neigh
bors. . Petition says Mrs- Worrell's
husband has enslaved her for
years, and finally tried to "rail
road" her to the asylum.
Worrell himself has disappear
ed, taking with him their 3-year-old
chjld, Virginia. Search for
him and the child-has been started
Dr. Chas. W. Clark, 301 E. 61st
St., denies he was party to aban
doning baby of Teresa Schiffy,
South Bend, Ind. Says $50 paid
him by woman was for profes
sional services, and not fee to get
rid of baby.
Bruno D. Audin, 22, Waupaca,
believed he was going to die be
fore morning. Came to Chicago.
Sent savings to parents in "Italy.
Nqw alive, penniless, hungry and
cursing his luck. ;
Pere Marquette train, bound
for Chicago, jumped tracks seven
miles east of Michigan City. No
one -killed; several injured. Mrs.
F. A. Cooley, 4351 N. Hermitage
ave., most severely hurt.
Nick Borovitch, 18952 Strand
St., instantly killed in fall of 90
feet from top of blast furnace at
Illinois Steel Co., So. Chicago.
Christian Hanbefg, 9028 Esca
naba ave., proposed to Miss Viola
Quick, in Detroit, over long dis
tance telephone andwas accepted.
Said le couldn't wait, and letters
.were too cold and formal..
- Cases against 13 persons impli
cated in disappearance of Cath
erine' p.'Brien, 16, 5145 S." State
st, dismissed because of faults in
Master Barbers' Association of
Chicago all worked up about Baf
bers' Supply Dealers' attempt, to
uplift the "profession' . "
"Barbers is barbers, shaves is
shaes," say the Master -Barbers.
"Groomers of men ! Bah! Ascag
ing! Pooh! Likewise piffle!"
The supply dealers wanted to
have the barbers referred to "as
"groomers of men," and 'shaving
as "ascaging," so it "wouldn't
sound so vulgar."
The .trust '.newspapers have
now "discovered'' John C." Heri
ning and Attorney Bennett in
Also, they have "discovered"
that indictments will be drawn in
the Funk-Henning case some
time in the future.
Wm. A. Paulson attorney and
former president or defunct Cen
tral Trust & Savings Bank, ar
rested on forgery charge. Com
plaint of Fred A. Flater, circula
tion manager Illinois Staats-Zei-tung.
Flater says he sold auto to
Paulson, accepting note for $1,
580, signed J. F. Conant. Conant,
Milwaukee manufacturer, has re
pudiated note.
Roosevelt club formed in'Ev
anstpn. Rev.'Wm. T. MvElveeh,
First Congregational Church,
chosen president.
Bishop John P. Carroll, Helena,
Mont., denounced Socialism in
sermon to Ancient Order of Hi
bernians, and urged Irish m
America to fight it.
Bishop CaiTcll' said Socialism

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