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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 24, 1912, Image 6

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doesn't want to be separated from
his state machine.
Majority of our aldermen,
whose "vacation" began yester
day, are going-to stay in Chicago.
Our idea of nothing worth talk
ing about is a vacation from do
ing nothing as an alderman.
Hanford has resigned. But
think how much time and money
would have been saved if the peo
ple of Washington had had the
recall and been able to yank him
out of office themselves.
Policeman John L. O'Donnell,
Woodlawn station, fired from
force for attacking Mrs. Malinda
Lynch, 24, 3814 Indiana ave.. in.
alley near S. Michigan ave. and
E. 37th st.
Harry Meyer, SI 39 S. Morgan
St., arrested on "suicide" bridge,
Lincoln park. Held open razor
in hand, and was trying to decide
whether to commit suicide with
it, or by jumping froqi bridge.
Health department officials
fear epidemic of typhoid or scar
let fever from impure milk.
If city council had passed pure
milk ordinance Monday, the
health department would not
need to fear an epidemic nor
mothers of Chicago for the lives
of their children.
But city council was afraid
pure milk ordinance might "hurt
business," and what are the lives
of a few hundred "babies compared
to "business?"
City council health committee
hp' special meeting this after-
i to try and draw up ordi-
e that the council would pass.
c'll be .mighty difficult to draw
up an ordinance enforcing .pure
milk that won't hurt "business,"
and thus secure approval of the
Policeman Edw. Weber, mo
torcycle squad, beaten up and re
volver and club taken from him
by ten men who had been speed
ing in two autos at SOth ave. and
Madison st.
Now the police will go after
baseball gamblers. Why? The
newspapers have to fight some
body so the public won't be awake
while the big crooks go through
their pockets.
Rudulph ' Schultz, houseman
employed by Millionaire Edw.
Hines, fined $100 and costs for
playfully dragging his wife
arqUnd by hair.
Albert Frankowicz, 4454 S.
Wood st., fined $100 and costs for
same playful indoor amusement.
Geo. Devine, 4012 Armour ave
caused arrest of his wife, Mar
garet, on charge of getting $125
worth of-merchandise from stores
by having ft charged to wealthy
Rev. J. A. Beebe, First Engle
wood church, has made the re
markable discovery that "they are
not all sinners who live on Hal
sted st:"
If Rev. Beebe is. hunting sin?
ners, he might pay a visit to fash
ionable homes of North Side.
He'll find as many sinners there
as on Halsted st
Theodore Jones and Sarri John
son, prisoners, died in House ot
Correction yesterday.
Milo Gardner. 737 S.Robev st.
and JL Kennedy, 1636 S. Centerf

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