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LAST EDITION LAST EDITION
KRESGE'S STORE FINED FOR BREAKING LAW
HUNTED MAN BARRICADES SELF IN HOME
AMERICANS IN JAPAN REPORTED SAFE
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran,. tgsgaa. Tel. Monroe 353.
'Editor and Publisher. . S Automatic 51-422.
500 South Peoria St. 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL. 3, NO. SO Chicago, Wednesday, Jan. 14, 1914
CHARITY FALLS DOWN IN WORTHY
JASE-MARY GARDEN TO RESCUE
Opera Singer and Good Samaritan Prevent Landlord
,From Throwing Goethals Family Into Street
United Charities Gave Family $2 to
Last Two Months. .
Mary "Garden and another ..good
Samaritan who refused to give his
name nave saved the wife of Ray
mond Goethals, a cripple, and his
wife and four children from being
put into the streets.
The Tribune has made much fuss
over, the Mary Garden part of it.
And they have made much over the
sorrow of the affair. Also they have
done good work in throwing open
their columns to an appeal for sub
scriptions. But the Tribune has not mentioned
the real story behind the plight of the
Goethals family. They have not told
their readers that the United Chari
ties gave the family $2 early in No
vember and told them that it would
have to do them until January.
The treatment given Mrs. Goethals
by the United Charities has made her
very bitter against that organization.
She declares he will accept no aid
Mrs'. Goethals, her crippled hus
band and four small children have
been living in a small flat at 3124
Clybourn avenue. Lately the hus
band has been in Alexian Brothers'
Hospital suffering from pleurisy and