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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 10, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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through the record and has made a I give George a pardon with a restora
formal recommendation to the presi- tion of his pay and allowances which
dent that he exercise clemency and ' were confiscated.
J. W. Kelly of St. Louis will speak
at the I. W. W. open forum, 17 N.
Halsted St., Jan. 11, at 8 p. m.
Feminist movement blamed for di
vorce. Rev. Edwin Heyl Delk wants
higher law than sexual affinity.
Fire at Chicago Hospital of Insane
routed night employes. John O'Keefe
and Albert Wetzel, employes, slightly
Hundreds of kicks filed against
public service corporation. Utilities
commission to eliminate grade cross
ing peril.
Remark made by Walter L. Flinn,
Plinn Drug Co., 1514 S. Kedzie st.J
ana neara Dy ury, caused Judge to
order new trial.
Debate will be held at Y. P. S. L.
Hall, 1432 W. Madison St., Jan. 11, at
8 p. m. Subject, "Resolved, That the
Interests of the People Can Be Best
Served Through the Prohibition
Marie Morton, dive inmate, tried
as vagrant. Sealed verdict received.
First case of kind in Illinois.
Moody Institute charged with kid
naping Joe Ontman, 17. Jewish or
ganizations of Omaha complainants.
Boy brought here to study for min
istry. Chicago is elopers' paradise. Wis
consin couples, to evade eugenic law,
come here.
Mrs. R. J. Graham, Richmond, Va.,
dropped dead in loop store. Heart
Hans J. Von Dewitz, 22, confessed
taking $1,400 from Ungerer & Co.,
336 W. MAdison st.
Pig overturned lamp in Emil Zvar
juk's barn. $7,000 worth of life stock
Case of eSnorita Ballinda and Don
ald Scott, charged with violating
Mann white slave act, continued until
Jan. 14.
Marshall E. Boynton, broker, fined
$200 for stabbing Chas. Bartemes,
proprietor of S. Wabash, av. resort.
Margaret Leibenguth and Emma
Springer, 16, returned to Hinsdale,
J. H. Francis, former alderman,
12th ward, arrested. Alleged to have
cashed worthless check at Cottage
Hotel, 1008 W. Monroe st.
John Stall, 9225 Huston av., threw
brick at Lieut. Patrick McCauley,
Hegewisdk avfl police station.
Mary Maher, known as Mary Doe
at House of Correction, up for dis
orderly conduct. Sent to Bridewell.
Chicago florists lost $1,000 a day
through cloudy weather. Weather
bureau shows sun shone only 37 per
cent of time between sunrise and
sunset since Nov. 1.
John C. Roth, manager Northern
Hotel Co., first man to pay income
tax in Chicago.
Chorus of local theater declared
strike. 15 pair of tights missing.
Manager suggested ping paint.
Tights unearthed. Show preceded.
H. P. Harris, 40, St. Louis, Mo.,
jumped into river from Clark st.
bridge. Dead.
Ruth Bryan, 18, Burlington, la.,
taken home. Eloped to Chicago.
Caught by detectives before Fred
Bedford,- 22, secured license.
George Lansbury, English labor
party leader, in Chicago.
Six boys took horse and wagon and
started West to kill Indians. Will be
taken before Juvenile Court.
John I. Evarts, missing banker,
Plainfield, indicted for embezzle
ment. Fred Bartholomew's saloon robbed
$6, cigars and liquor. John Martin
Purse snatcher robbed. Mrs. Chas.
Bookman, 9018 Exchange av., $12.

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