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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 13, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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Said to have robbed Matthew Ketzer,
3019 Vernon av., of $11 and diamond
John Kaleuno rescued from lake
by John Schoeld, 18 W. Ohio st.
2,376 pairs of "Shoes stolen from
freight car in Harrison st. tracks.
Ten-inch water main at W. Lake
st., near N. Western av., burst. Water
spouted 15 feet in air. Basements
A. T. Prentice laughed at moving
picture. Stricken with apoplexy.
Wag your ears and make wry faces
if threatened with deafness. M. Fer
net, French doctor, recommends this
Carter Henry Harrison, son of
Mayor Harrison, engaged to Miss
Lucy B. Cook, Trenton, N. J.
Rose Ryan, Hammond, Ind., sup
nosed "needle" victim, found by po-'-e
in dance hall.
Plans submitted for subway. Engi
neer places cost of system at $27,
0i: 000.
Business men of South Side want
vice suppressed. Sent delegation to
Klaus Wehlau, 63, 1611 W. Super
ior st, shot wife, then suicided. Wife
may recover.
Speakers at Women's Ass'n of
Commerce say "women and gam
ing." Blame it on desire to "get
something for nothing."
Vote fraud trial postponed. Attor
neys agree to delay until status of
election law is determined.
Leo Mendel, 1139 'Ardmore av.,
missing. Police searching.
Louis C. Berman, 5944 S. Park av.,
fined $100 and costs. Speeding. Third
offense. Twenty-five others fined.
Verdict against Walter Snell
charged with operating "26" game
set aside. Judge Fake holds prose
cutor's address was improper.
Mark E. Guerin sues Guerin es
tate, wants will set aside. $160,000
' Mrs. Eva Morgan, 1511 N. LaSalle
st, fined $200. James Davis, 4341 1
Indiana av., fined $100, in Moral3
Court. Charged with keeping disor
derly houses.
Dorothy Reeves, 5021 Indana av.,
sent to Bridewell. Disorderly conduct.
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There is war in City Comptroller
John E. Trager"s office over the man
ner in Awhich the Tribune released
the annual budget report the other
According to all ethics that budget
should nqt have been printed in any
newspaper until Comptroller Trager
had reported it to the city council
Thursday afternoon, but the Tribune
printed it Thursday morning.
Trager immediately began a still
hunt for the man who had tufne
over a copy of the budget to the Trib
une. The W. J. Hartman Printing
Company, who secured the contract
because they do work cheaply by
means of an open ship, were called
to account for it.
There was much wrangling; Then
the Hartman officials passed the buck
to a city employe, Troyer by name,
and said this man had taken the re
port to the Tribune office. He also
said the man had been discharged.
Public opinion finally forced the
resignations ot John C. Harding,
Charles O. Sethnessr James B. Dibel
ka, Henry W. Huttman and Harry A.
Lipsky, five members of school board
who aided in conspiracy against Mrs.
Mrs. Young blames Masons and
"Professional Catholics" for her oust
ing. She asserted that Masons have
been trying to force Shoop into su
perintendency for long time.
Chicago Teachertf Federation,
Chicago Woman's Association of
Commerce and Parents' and Teach
ers' Association of Schiller school and
Waller High school held protest meet
ing against school board.
General mass meeting opens at
Auditorium, at 11 o'clock today.
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