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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 13, 1913, Image 6

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men's Clubs' convention to go to
Springfield and ask for state-wide
civil service.
Jos. Juraszkiewicz, 38, 8719 Hous
ton av., killed by Lake Shore train.
George Ade, famous, author, is ill
at Presbyterian Hospital.
Gen. Bramwell Booth, head of Sal
vation Army, arrived in Chicago last
night. Met by 2,000 "soldiers." Will
be here three days. Barely missed
his brother, Ballington, head of rival
Harold Michelson, 4, 1737 Ogden
av., struck and injured by auto that
kept right on going.
Ernest P. Bicknell, director of
American Red Cross Society, says
central branch will be opened here.
William McGovern illegal voting
case case continued until Dec. 3.
Dean W. T. Sumner denounced
Chief Gleason for favoring segre
gated vice.
The Illinois civil service commis
sion expects to probe the charge that
witnesses in the present trial of Dr.
James A. Marshall, deposed state
reformatory physician, have been
approached by guards at the reform
atory before taking witness stand.
Dr. Samuel P. Hedges, 4519 Sher
idan rd., hurt in auto crash.
James Gast and Dano Petit, 4329 S.
Halsted St., taken into custoday in
connection with Charapoulis murder.
State may go after "higher-ups"
in Funk case.
Seattle, Wash. Plan for (consoli
dation of the five printing trades into
single union will soon be presented
to rank and file of union.
Denver. Judge Ben Lindsay of
Juvenile Court states 662 children
have been made fatherless by coal
mine disasters in past 4 years. Four
hundred orphans were result of dis
asters in mines of Colorado Fuel &
Iron Co., owned by Rockefeller interests.
A young woman, whose identity is
not known by the police, further
complicated the mystery surrounding
the finding of the body of a young
man, shot through the,head, in Grant
Park last night by calling Ball's
morgue on the telephone today and
informing them that the body was
that of a son of wealthy people.
The body was discovered in a sit
ting posture on a bench in the park
opposite Eleventh street. The skin
around the wound was powder-burned,
yet there was no revolver. The
man's pockets were empty. The only
clues found were his laundry mark,
"Reo 368," and a heavy imprint of
a man's shoe.
The girl who telephoned has prom
ised to call and look at the body,
which is that of man 25 years old,
5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing 175
pounds, full face and large nose, dark
brown, closely-cropped hair, high
forehead and slightly bald, wore blue
suit, grey socks, green necktie with
white stripes, no overcoat and a gray
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"For a woman dat goes out to do
washin', Mistah Harris, your wife
dresses mighty fine. Every time I
sees her she's got on a different
"Well, yo' see, Mistah Curtis, she
washes for different people."

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