OCR Interpretation

The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 12, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1915-03-12/ed-2/seq-7/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

2425 S. Michigan av. Told judge he
took wrong car.
Tip for Chicago! Toledo man of
experience says: "Strap hangers go
when jitney buses come."
Anna Kendall, 75, La Moille, III.,
says $5,000 notes given Henry Thom
as for stock grew to $20,000. Won't
Home of D. D. Sachs, 352 E. 54th,
entered by burglar. About $200
worth of jewelry gone.
Jennie drought, grocer, 3601 Og
den av., arrested for coloring and
selling "oleo" without paying tax.
They're cutting down trees out in
Austin Park. Preparing for a golf
Dr. Herman Bodenheim, New York,
arrested in St Louis after flight
from Chicago. Charged with carry
ing gun cotton, explosive, on passen
ger train.
Harry Lapides, 1151 S. Mozart St.,
gave 5 pints of blood to aid wife,
thought dying. Both will live.
James McLagan, Libertyville, III.,
arrested here for wife abandonment.
Taken back.
Fire which destroyed receiving
building at Bridewell with loss or
$8,000 caused much excitement
among prisoners.
Rosehill Cemetery Co. filed suit for
collection on $20,000 notes issued by
Veda Reynolds for stock.
Mrs. W. L. McDougal, sister-in-law
of J. B. McDougal, federal reserve
bank, dead. Heart disease.
Central Trust Co. appointed .receiv
er for Hammond Brewery Co., West
Hammond. Assets, $260,000; lia
bilities, $327,000.
Christian Baxmeyer, Portland O.,
suicided on C. B. & Q. train. Gun.
Reason unknown.
Cleveland, March 1Z To watch a
thief, Miss Viola Hatcher, secretary
to Justice McCannon, hid in a closet.
The door locked and she could not get
out A rat ran over her foot. Smash !
Lock broken.i
Unless the legislature heeds the re
quest of the school board and in
creases the school tax rate from $1.05
to $1.20 salaries will have to be cut
or schools closed in May instead of
June. The board feels children
should not be deprived of school time.
Mrs. Ella Plagg Young believes teach
ers should not be asked to pay for
$1,260,000 worth of education out of
their salaries.
The proposed increase would give
$1,500,000 revenue, one-third of the
increase the teachers wanted, but
sufficient to cover the $1,260,000
Milwaukee, March 12. Ten licens
es weer issued yesterday to jitney bus
operators, making 45 in operation
here. Estimated cars are making
from $250 to $30 0a day.
o o
"Does my piano playing disturb
you, papa?"
"Oh, no. Go on and play. It recon
ciles me to the thought that the in
stallment man is coming for the
WHOyMlfctt frwrtjfciT ii LJlMjjfeJj zjbOi

xml | txt