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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 13, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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. 000. Alleged to have carelessly set
broken arm.
Children of Mrs. Elizabeth Kim
bark to inherit $872,000 estate.
Police looking for 2 men who posed
as revenue officers and entered V.
Koscielski's saloon, 1325 W. 47th,
looking for moonshine whisky.
Scared away.
John Smith, negro, held to grand
jury. Charged with attacking Mrs.
Chas. J. Dickson, 109 Maple st.
Some owners of bars closed by
Judge Landis on Sunday want to sell
out their interest Judge closed 89
saloons.
Committee of citizens called to
gether by county board endorsed
plan for new jail. Will be voted upon
in June election.
Chief Cleason reinstated Patrol
man Wm. Murphy, Hudson av., to
lieut, and Patrolman Frank Finan to
sergt. Were reduced in 1887 by
Chief Kipley.
Sam Mendelsohn. 1216 S. Racine
av., wants marriage of daughter to
Spyros Papaspirides annulled. Eloped
and took with them $900 worth of
jewelry, he says.
Mrs. Michael Allen, wife of saloon
keeper, wants divorce. Says husband
told step children to beat her.
Mrs. Julian Steckel, 6119 S. Park
av., ran auto into pole to avoid strik
ing children. Badly cut.
John Poszkas, 3151 S. Morgan, ar
rested for not having registered phar
macist in charge of store.
Separate dances for white and col
ored children of Wendell Phillips high
school have been discontinued. To
have movies and lectures instead.
45 acres near 22d and Halsted leas
ed by South Water st merchants.
Going to move.
80 physicians bid for nursing con
tracts of County hospital. Usually go
to Bl. Training School for Nurses.
Pure free lunch law and .ordinance
compelling water be served at public
dances passed by council.
Julius Heilner, pres. Princess Con
set Co. of -New York, pleaded not
guilty to alleged violation of Mann
act Now on trial.
Jas. Cieslak, 8803 Commercial av.,
had star boarder fined $50 for elop
ing with wife. Wife took his money
and paid fine.
Twelve opera stars signed to ap
pear in Chicago next fall.
E. G. Edwards, 2058 Washington
blvd., fined $100 for anoying Myrtle
Daddies and Mrs. Mary Provk.
Ben Steinman, night bell hop of
Planters' hotel, accused of robbing'
guests.
Louis Ehle, lawyer, on trial for for
gery. Alleged to have deposited fake
draft and drawn money from bank.
REPORT ORGANIZATION WORK A
BIG SUCCESS
Organization work among tailors
and cutters in Chicago is meeting
with big success, according to offi
cials of the Amalgamated Clothing
Workers of America. The cutters
union have reduced their initiation
fee and dues to all who work in un
organized shops and the tailors'
union is also taking in new members
for 60 cents during the organization
campaign, making it easy for work
ers in the tailoring industry to join
the union.
Shop meetings have been called for
tonight after work at 818 W. Harri
son st of the Continental Tailoring
Co., Lamm & Co., H. M. Marks and
Fred Kaufman. Local 197 will hold
an open meeting tonight at 8 o'clock
at Netherwood hallr Marshfield and
Taylor sts.
Joseph Schlossberg, vice president
and editor of the official organ of the
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of
America, will address a mass meet
ing Monday, April 19. at 8 o'clock at
the West Side auditorium, Racine av.
and Taylor sts. j
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WHOLE TOWN BEAR ALSO BARE
Redding, Conn. Whole town is
barricaded because reports of wild
bear have been verified by discovery
Of farm animals clawed up.
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