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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 11, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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Judiciary committee recommends
abolition of "private entrance" and
other saloon signs.
Joseph C. Mackin, 73, former Dem
ocratic politician, died at Chicago
State Hospital for Insane.
Patrick King, 2915 91st st., 6 feet
2, arrested. Claimed only amuse
ment was beating wife. Mrs. King is
4 feet 3 inches in height.
Malt hpuse of Northwestern Malt
and Grain Co., North Kenton av. and'
Cortland St., destroyed by fire. 50,000
bushels barley burned.
Ralph Wright arrested at Commer
cial Hotel. Charged with looting C.
P. Moritz's pharmacy, 300 E. 55th st.
Mrs. Henry Bohman, 4016 S. Mich
igan av., caught burglar looting
apartment. Grappled with him. Bur
glar got away with $1,000 worth of
H. B. Ceise, 1562 Greenleaf av.,
robbed by four negroes. Lost $500..
J. D. Stevens robbed by pick
pockets in LaSalle Street Station.
$500 diamond stud taken.
Home of Mrs. John F. Appleby, 825
Eastwood av.,. entered. $500 worth
of -valuables gone.
Three policemen hurt and score of
passengers badly shaken when patrol
wagon collided with street car at 43d
and Wabash av.
George Williams. 1450 W. Harrison
st., held as pickpocket. A. D. Bubb, 8
S. Dearborn St., complainant.
City markets to be discussed by
Chicago municipal market commis
sion in effort to bring consumer
and producer together.
Cases of Morris and Harry Sabath,
charged with conducting a gambling
house at 865 Rush st., continued.
Federal authorities investigating
charges that Chicago girls have been
induced to elope to Crown Point, Ind.,
gone through mock marriage and
Protest of British ambassador
against improvement of Chicago har
bor will delay lake front plan.
Chicago City Railroad up before
Judge Dolan under cold car law.
Edmund Maloney, 16 months, 1058
W. 51st St., asphyxiated.
Miss Margaret Haley will speak on
"Iudustrial Education From the La
bor Point of View" at the Grace
Church open forum, 15th and Wa
bash av., Sunday evening, March 15.
Emil Mathews, 232 S. Halsted st,
given one year in Bridewell. Took
26 revolvers from Grossman's pawn
shop, 426 S. Halsted st.
Charge of bribery against Harry
Cullet, former city detective, con
tinued until March 14.
22d Ward Women's Democratic or
ganization to meet at 542 North av.,
Thursday eve., March 12.
Meeting to organize 19th Ward
branch of Socialist Party will be held
at 1114 Blue Island av., Thursday,
March 12, 8 p. m.
Dr. J. W. Bolatin will speak on "Tu
berculosis" at Workingmen's Hall,
12th and Waller sts., Sunday, March
15, 8 p. m.
Prohibition rally will be held at
Presbyterian Extension Board rooms,
Congress and Wabash av., Saturday,
2:30 p. m.
William Davis, negro, 219 E. 35th
st., saw Mrs. J. J. Wade, 5454 In
diana av., wave to daughter. Believ
ed it signal to him. Tried to force
way in fiat. Held for disorderly con
duct. Mrs. Luella Cotter, 2222 W. Jack
son blvd., found dead in bed. Police
William Barnett, 6200 Kenwood
av., who offered policeman $5 if he
would release son arrested for speed
ing. Fined $10 for attempted brib
ery. Louis N. Cligerman, 1217 N. West
ern av., arrested as fence. $2,000
stolen goods recovered. .
$4,000,000 hospital bond ballot will
cost county $10,000.
New police and fire stations ap
proved by council committee. De-

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