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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 20, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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land on Rockwell St., between Arling
ton pi. and POlk st. Want factory.
Laura Ebel of the Juvenile Protec
tive society scored Evanston police.
Says they have kept Mary Hibbard,
18, "incorrigible." in jail six months.
Steve Gragis and Paul Lack killed
by "slow" blast in Calumet canal at
Lemont. Went back to see why
charge didn't explode.
Daniel Willard, pres. B. & O., asked
to come to city to settle dispute over
new west side railroad terminal.
Sotor Storan, 62 Barber, arrested
for alleged swindles while posing as
detective. John Brunkowski, 2031
String, says he lost $10 in search for
concealed weapons.
Thomas Kennedy shot three times
by Mrs. Bessie Sullivan. 1152 W. Van
Buren. Woman, arrested, claims self
James Critchenfield, 15 and Henry
Bacon, 17, Wheaton, arrested while
on way to San Francisco expo with
$50 of parents' money.
Howard Moore appointed chief of
Winnetka fire dep't to succeed WH--liam
Three hurt, several cut, when cars
crashed at North av. and Wells last
night. Motormen tried to cross at
same time.
Henry Burkhardt 3027 N. Hamil
ton av., "Big Brother" of boys' court,
has given nine bad boys new chance
in jobs.
John Cherney, telegraph boy, 1510
Larrabee St., hurt by auto of Sen.
Walter Jones at Monroe and La Salle.
Doris Vaughn Darnell granted di
vorce from Rev. James Darnell, min
ister accused by three women. Gets
$300 alimony and lawyer's fees.
Charles Wengerd, choirmaster of
Congregational church of Wilmette,
missing from home,. Police search
Washington, Jan. 26y Capital
thieves added to their laurels of ver
satility when they stole a dressed calf
from a bon ton hotel. i t, ,,tj ,
Plans for a monster parade of the
unemployed are rapidly being form
ulated by social workers and kindred
organizations, and following the
statement of Herman Scuettier, 1st
deputy sup't of police, that he would
oppose any such parade the plans
today gathered new impetus.
Alderman John Lawley, head of the
city's free employment bureau, will
be asked to march in the front ranks.
The number expected to take part is
a large percentage of the 200,000 peo
ple out of work in Chicago who are in
actual want.
The date of the parade has not yet
been made public and whether or not
a permit will be applied for is also undecided.
"Yes, that great baseball player
was married last week."
"Any change in him9"
"No. He is running and sliding for
home more than ever."

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