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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 09, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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Frank Wirtz, saloonkeeper. Later!
Marie Svoboda, 3, 2459 S. Ashland
av., killed. Fell through skylight of
roof of shed which adjoins rear porch
of home.
Max Waldman, 67, who tried to
jump in lake yesterday, blames lack
of work.
Policemen found four Bash chil
dren in house at 842 Cambridge av.,
who had not tasted food for 24 hours.
Oldest 12 Father and mother have
Charlotte Fieth, left in New York
orphanage 23 years ago, still trying
to find parents.
Joseph Zimmerman, 558 W. 12th,
bruished when pushed from Halsted
st car by crowd.
Mayor Thompson "in-bad" with
housewifes. Declared Thursday
peach canning day. All servants
have holidays then.
Three people injured when Richard
Finn's auto ran into tree at 85th and
Bond av.
Chicago police looking for life-term
"trusty" who escaped from Joliet
yesterday. He is David Anderson.
Joseph Rabb, 5144 Lincoln av., jos
tled by 3 men in Clybourn av. car.
$500 gone.
Mrs. Warren Springer, 8 E. Elm,
reported to have bought Muncie
(Ind.) normal institute for $143,000.
It's in financial difficulties.
Censors and moralists no longer to
take offense at stockingless girls at
bathing beaches.
Morris Ligier, 4, 1302 Hastings,
knocked down and bruised by auto.
Albert Ennings and Chas. Baker
arrested. Police say they are pick
pockets. Peter Roers, 1664 Larrabee, broke
Peter Infelt's nose in war argument
Thirty speeders arrested in Hyde
Park, Woodlawn and Grand Crossing.
Mostly swimming parties.
Abraham Mandel. 1316 S. Troy St.,
robbed of $17.
Voliva, overseer of Zion city, says
he is going to stage burlesque on
habits, dress and manners of modern,
young people here. Will lecture in
Harold Minor, 2113 Powell, badly
hurt when motorcycle struck Robey
st. car.
"Bud" Morris, Chicago aviator, will
attempt to fly to New York city.
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Two women, two men and Pat
Lally, policeman, stood arguing on
the curb in front of Berghoff's res
taurant. Lally had just interrupted a
fight in which he says the men were
trying to get out of the restaurant
without paying their check.
When the language of Thos. Cheev
ers became too vigorous, Lally put
him under arrest Then one wom
an jabbed three inches of jeweled
hatpin into his back, he says. He ar
rested her, too.
The woman turned out to be Mrs.
Florence Kirkpatrick, 6330 Sheridan
rd., whose alimony was recently in
Creased from $400 to $500 a month
because Sen. J. Hamilton Lewis said
"such a jewel of a woman demanded
an exquisite setting " Her divorced
husband, Walter E., is a railroad con
tractor. Cheevers is a bookkeeper living at
3129 Flournoy st At the Berghoff it
'was said that Mrs. K. had been there
before with Cheevers and that she
always paid the bill.
When the case was called in Clark
st police court today, Att'y A. Stub
blefield accompanied Cheevers to the
rail before Judge Prindeville. Stub
blefield said the woman was ill. The
hearing was continued to Thursday.
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Brown There is one class of men
who must absolutely have their
"glass" before they can do a good
day's work.
Temperance Worker I don't agree
with you. Who are they?
Brown Glaziers. -.

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