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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 21, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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Belle Squire, suffragist, who has
defied county since 1SJ09, must, face
court in fight for tax.
Pupils in EngelwoocLHigh School
ordered vaccinated. Mother of stu
dent has smallpox.
Mary Garden, taken ill during op
era performance, sang in spite of
doctor's orders.
Women praise Funkhouser in vice
clean-up and movie censorship.
Mayor Harrison, Bartzen and Rapp
to testify for accused in vote fraud
Chicago City Railway wants sur
face line subway.
Hans Bauder, former head of In
ternational Association, alleged to
have sold worthless mining stock in
Switzerland, ordered deported'.
Mrs. Constantia Benerowicz, Ken
oshak killed John Hinze. Shot him
when he attempted to embrace her.
Amended complaint filed aganst 40
concerns supposed to form bill post
Mrs. Minnie Freer, 4227 .West
Madison St., wants $7,500 from Myr
tle Jones, FrankfordMo., for aliena
tion of husband'saffections.
Organization committee- created
under new currency law adjourned.
To conduct hearings at St. Louis and
Kansas City.
Edwin L. Meach, 917 Addison st,
grabbed by Mrs. A. Whitney, Identi
fied stolen scarf pin. Meach held for
Three hundred workmen fled when
boiler exploded in C. & N.-W. shop, N.
Kostner and Kenzie. Damage $25,000.
Sheriff Michael Zimmer is up
against it: Andrew Oleson, who killed
wife and attempted suicide, must be
operated on or die. If operated" on
he'll become insane. Sheriff must
make choice.
A special grand' jury has been im
paneled to shift alleged bribery
charges in Jack Johnson case.
Isaac Bond, Ida G. Leegson mur
der .suspect, held for..grand jury, !
Henry Trebull, 7, 2811 Emerald av.,
broke leg"w Father drunk, barricaded.,
door and refused to let doctor set leg.
Boy taken to hospital.
Jury to try John Faith, alleged
murderer of Joseph H. Logue, com
pleted. State to demand death pen
alty. George Q. Barnes placed on trial
for murder of mother-in-law, Mrs.
Mary Servoss.
Peter Mahoff, 80, 748 W, .Polk st.,
struck by auto. Condition, serious.
John Brockman, 504 S. Clinton av.,
Aid. John A. Richert, chairman
finance committee, has been ill all
Fred Rubo, 23, 908- Grove av.,
Evanston, missing.
Mrs. Eileen Hayden, 2450 Indiana
av., hit by auto, seriously injured.
Gus Nelson, chauffeur; arrested. Re
leased on. bonds.
Largepane of glass fell eight stor
ies from Williams building, S. Fifth
av. and W. Monroe st. Five hurt;
Mrs. Charles Haebach, S, Chicago,
wanted to spank hubby. Hired Roy
and Earl Colby and John Hill, 4703
W. Lakfe st.r to club him. Thugs fined
$25 each.
J. E. Minot, Aurora, wants $10,000
from Consolidated Fire Works Co.
Daughter Lulu killed by skyrocket
last Fourth of July.
Mrs. Lizzie Mason, 58, 2138 S.
Michigan ar arrested for mashing.
Winked at detective. Discharged'.
Joseph Sczepenski, 954 Noble st.,
invited himself to wedding. Gait un
certain, fell down stairs. May die."
Mrs. Magdalina Hanes thought
hubby crazy because he stayed up
until 3 a, m. to write book. Judge
ordered him to pay wife $6" a week.
Illinois railroads willing to carry
police free if utilities board decides
Will try to get 75,000, signatures
by Feb. 6 to get saloon question oh

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