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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 19, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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Would cut 100 executive departments
to 12.
Joseph Knowles, artist, who did
primitive man stunt in Maine woods,
left for Sierra Nevada mountains to
repeat stunt. -.
Mrs. Henry B. Harriswidow of N,
Y. theatrical manager, denies en
gagement to Edw. Meyer of Strat
iord Hotel.
Police investigating story of Frarik
Musul, 1141 S. Clinton st Claims
he was robbed of $1,650 in doctor's
Miss Frances Bolbrath, 6216 Wayne
av., hit by street car. Badly bruised.
Samuel Comena, 9, and Frank Le
mont, 9, took bag of green fruit from
Rued's commission house, 703 W.
Randolph st Sent to detention home.
Max Weber, money lender, sum
moned before Judge Landis. Charged
with asking $47 for $25 loan.
Miss Lucy Page Gaston wanted li
cense sub-committee to consider or
dinance to bar cigarets. Told it was
Frank Mitchell, Lagrange, III., or
dered to pay $3 a week to suport 3-year-old
Mayor urges discount for prompt
payment of water tax. Would save
taxpayers $700,000.
Thos. Piatt, 60, 2940 Lowe av., hit
by Gas Co. auto. May die.
Body of Grace O'Brien, 20, drown
ed in river, recovered.
Chas. L. Cocklereas, Irving, named
chief of anti-trust department as suc
cessor of Frank J. Kreml, Chicago,
removed from office.
Wrecking old old buildings of
County Hospital held up by shortage
of funds.
Mrs. Katherine Rafferty and 3 chil
dren granted permission by court to
occupy attic of mother-In-laws' home.
Had been evicted.
Bahaij Bahry, 3, 754 S. State st.,
killed by fall from window.
Four fires of suspicious origin be
ing investigated in Englewood.
Anna Cox, 720 E. 48th st., awarded
$776 -damages against Rhodes Av.
Hospital. Claimed she was held until
she gave note.
Domicela Mockaite, 2301 W. 22d
pi., held to grand jury for murder of
Harry Brown, 18816 Prairie av.,
taken to Frisco on charge of operat
ing confidence game.
Body of man found in river. Cloth
ing contained letter signed "A. Carl
son." Dogs bit six Thursday.
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Things are breaking badly for Maje
Funkhouser's morals squad. Comes
now the insistent rumor that several
of the welMcnown vice chasers over
looked some vice when they wanted
to and even went so far as to evade
the law to do it.
Night before last Loraine Howard,
who is accused of running a "fiat' at
10 W. 22d street, and six men were
carted to the police station following
a raid.
And then blazed forth the rumor
that five women were allowed to es
cape by one of the morals squad.
Also it is said when Inspector Dan
nenberg raided the place he expected
to find one of his own squad there.
Anyway, the five women who were
reported to have been in the place
were not arraigned in court.
Dannenberg admitted Thoney, one
of his stool pigeons, was the man un
der investigation.
Charles Hunter, one of the men ar
raigned in court, created a further
sensation, when he accused Dannen
berg of spending a night in the place,
but later said Charles Hopkins, sa
loonkeeper, told him to say it
Hopkins, who was in court, denied
Hunter's statement
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The millionaire (declining to pur
chase post-impressionist creation)-
Noth'n' doin'! Why, my maiden
a'ant cud darn a better pictur'n that.
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