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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 09, 1912, Image 8

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ing a vs. Youths who robbed -him
escaped. v
Mary KneffelSSlQ Or
chard av., fell fromEanston av.
car. Injured. 'Chicago Union
Hospital. ,
Herman Freehauf, saloonkeep
er, 171 S. 5th av. who disappear
ed, is being searched for.
Joseph Klamer, prop, rooming
house, 3159 S. Michigan av., tried
to carry steam radiator. Fell. Un
dertaker. 4- .,
Police raided dice gameat W
Adams and S. Center ay.. Two
pair dice, 80 cents and 7-,men ar
rested. Joseph Sullivan, 31 Aberdeen
St., slept qn front -window. 'Fell.
Badly injured.
Gustave Malm48, 1114 Ros
coe st, assaulted. Augustana
Hospital. Three hoys arrested,
but police refused to' tell their
names.
Paul Stazek, 83, 5824 W. 24tbr
st, Cicero, found asphyxiated by
gas. Probably suicide.
John Joyce, 5424 S. La Salle st-,'
robbed of $23 while getting off
Wentworth av. car at W. 75th st
Jim O'Leary, old-time gambler,
sas he will fight high cost o liv
ing by opening public market.
1 "Any fool woman canget mar
ried if she is easily satisfied, but I
admire the noble woman wha
won't marry a man unworthy of
Her." Rev, Chas. Bayard Mitch
el in sermon on '01d Maids."
Bull Moose stamps, bearing
party slogan, "Thou sljalt not
steal," on sale here for nickel.
Will cbe sold all over countrv.
sauerkraut" is advice of James A
Patton, wheats king.
He says this will reduce cost of
living. Patton ought to be forced
to eat "beans, oatmeal, rice and
sauerkraut" for a year. Maybe
he wouldn't be so fresh about it
then-
JUDGE GOOD TO BOYS
Judge Heap in Desplaines st
court this rnorning gave evidence
that the Judicjal temperament can
sometimes unbend..
He displayed the unbending in
thecase, of 3 boys, who had been
arretted by officers of .Northwest
ern for stealingj-jdes. The boys
were Leslie Swanson, 18, and
William Sward,. 19, of Holdredge,
Neb., and Ferdinand Jackson, 20,
of McKeesporfc, Pa
Despite the protests officials of
of Uje road, Judge, Heap declined
to brand Jthe boys criminals by
sending them to the Bridewell,
biit instructedthat court attaches
should secure them positions and
from his pocket -gave them
enough money to eat with.
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AWFUL!
"You must have had a terrible
experience with no food and mos
quitoes swarming around .you; I
said to the shipwrecked marjner
who had been cast away Upon a
tropical island.
'Tou just bet I had a terrible
experience, ne acKnowiedgcdj
My experience was worse thaiia
that of the man wha wrottfj
'Water, water everywhere, but
not a drop to drink.' With me ify
was bites, bites everywhere, but
salar:aaridesSn1
STaTjueteat.'T

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