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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 30, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Sunrise, 6:20; sunset, 4:47.
Thousands of women to march in
parade 6f Wets Nov. 7.
Four aldermanic committees ap
pointed to investigate liquor ques
tion from all standpoints.
Bernard. Baumgarden's will gives
charities $60,000, relatives $470,000.
Girl art students gave stag at Art
Institute to get acquainted. Men
Two Hyde Park high school boys
joined frat. Must explain to school
Co-eds of Northwestern U have
magazine which lays down rules for
freshmen. "Must have socks to
match," one of them.
Anna Cantain, 15, found wander
ing in Grant park. Taken back to
Indiana Harbor by father. Two men
Philip Henrici, 443 Deming pi., res
taurant owner, arrested for speeding.
Drys think corporation counsel's
ruling means a wet Sunday.
Nat'l Peace Fed. planning nation
wide celebration of peace day, Nov. 8.
III. club women engaged Olympic
theater to see "Battle Cry of Peace."
Capt. John J. Halpin, formerly of
detective bureau, to be tried for con
game and bribery Nov. 11.
Mayor Thompson and 71 other
candidates mustered into Sons of
Veterans in Austin.
Robt. Frost sentenced to 6 months
in Bridewell for stealing letters.
February grand jury resumed probe
into election frauds. Supreme court
recently ruled they had a right to
look at ballots.
I. J. Boone tapped father on head
when he found him in objectionable
company police say. Held.
Father refused to allow Cecil Flagle
to marry 13-year-old daughter. "Un
able to get license when they eloped.
Held on three charges.
Patrick Collins, patrolman South
Chicago, riding stolen bike to sta
tion. Thrown. Badly bruised.
Letter from Petoskey, Mich., tells
Law and Order league to lay off the
prosecution of saloonkeepers or
churches will be blown up.
Geo. McCaffrey, Grenshaw and
Crawford, shot in chase by police.
Held as robber suspeqt
Jury to return sealed verdict
again Dr. A. L. Blunt, 9 W. Harrison,
this morning' before Judge Landis.
Charged with evading Harrison drug
Mrs. Ed Neubert filed suit for di
vorce. Withstood threats of death,
but quit when she found wedding
ring was brass.
Executive boards of III. Electric
Lighting, Illinois Ry. and Illinois Gas
Lighting ass n met to consider amal
gamation. No action.
Three people arrested in last week
trying to pass bogus checks on the
Hotel Morrison.
Mrs. Leanette Derby, 6444 Inele-
slde av., had man arrested for trying
to nirt with her on L tram. Hus
band is suing for divorce.
t. P. Ripley, ores, of Santa Fe. to
have birthday party at Blackstone
hotel tonight Is 70.
Mrs. Louis Martin, married when
16, wants it annuled. Has better
judgment now.
Mrs. Hattie Welch, 3 W. S. Water,
will not prosecute Tony Madoli, who
tried to blackmail her for $500, be
cause he worked faithfully for 8
Acting Chief Schuettler wants the
council police committee to invest
power of demotion in him.
Dr. W. G. French, Mailers bldg.,
bankrupt. Liabilities $12,000, assets
Mayor too sick to visit office yes
According to Frank Ruppe only
thing wife eats is herring to increase
thirst. Wants her to quit drinking.
Case continued.
Judge Williams gave Mrs. Mary
jL.arsen 63d birthday present by oi

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