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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 22, 1913, Image 7

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ness Chemical Co., fined $100 for
violation of pure food and drug
Mrs. Hannah Earl. 66, 1412
Norwood av., dead. Fell week
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Russian nobility, suicide. Gun.
Blames w6rld.
R. Collender, 3910 Wabash av.,
and E. Sanford, negro, held to
grand jury for robbery. $13,000
A. Tedd, 9211 Paxton av., con
' ductor, killed by Belt Line train.
L. Mecholosk fined $2 for sing
ing rag-time in front of Church
of the Nativity.
Mrs. Mary Chong,-556 Federal
st., wife of a Chinaman, arrested
when found with gun. Said hus
band had threatened to kill her.
Rafaol Hasson, Turk, arraign
ed for wife abandonment, told
court he left home to help fight
Bulgars. Case dismissed.
"Auto eye" is latest entry in
disease circles, says editor of
American Medical Journal. Vic
tims hit a fence or speed off a
Hans Bauder, Swiss banker,
arrested here charged with swind
ling depositors in Switzerland out
of several million francs.
George Kaiser, 3244 N. Clark
St., tried to hang himself in cell at
Town Hall station. Overpowered.
Fined $100 and sent to Bridewell.
Catherine Szelka, 2, 1231 Wade
St., and Minnie Dronskiewicz,3.
3200 Fisk St., died at County
Hospital from burns received
while playing with matches.
Fanny Holtz, 14, 1925 W. Van
Buren st., who ran away from
home after being accused of steal
ing 50 cents by neighbor, has been
found. Was in rooming house of
Mrs. Anna O'Connor, 1234 W.
Adams st. C. Hanson called at
girl's home to collect money for
her return. Arrested.
The Democratic county organ
ization yesterday sent out thou
sands of letters urging true Dem
ocrats to free the party from the
grip of Hearst and Andy Law
rence. "After making every possible
effort for peace among the local
Democrats," reads part of the
letter, "we find a small fraction
of the local Democracy, while
personally well disposed, cannot
join an effort for harmony be
cause Hearst won't let them.
"Therefore it becomes our duty
to take action, and it was taken
at a meeting of the managing
committee of the Democratic
party of Cook county, held at the
Hotel LaSalle. Fit and proper
Democratic aspirants were unani
mously indorsed.
"Hearst is against every one of
these splendid Democrats be
cause they are free and self-respecting
men, who will not take
orders from Hearst. Drive
Hearstism out and free Chicago's
Democracy from this baleful evil.
"We have had auto bandits ga
lore in Chicago, and the facts dis
close that most of these young
robbers got their first vicious

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