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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 14, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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M. & 3t P., may die. Grant not ar
rested. Felix Kiesenwalter, 2707 Florence
av., had foot crushed by beer barrel.
Mrs. Rob't J. Evans says hubby
loved another. Divorce and $100 a
month alimony.
Dr. J. A. Roth, 1021 Milwaukee, de
nied he tried to attack Mrs. M. Za
sadna. State's Att'y Hoyne sent to extra
dite "Waco Kid" from Omaha.
Wives and moth'ers to buy field
kitchen for Battery K, 2d battalion,
Chicago may get $20,000,000 war
plant recently voted by Congress.
E. T. Meredith resigned from Fed-
eral Reserve bank of Chicago.
"Millionaire battery" kicking about
too much beef.
Thos. Proctor filed suit against
J. J. Murray, 1834 S. State. Proctor
shot in Murray's saloon.
Mrs. Gertrude Hoover, 1356 W.
Monroe, says she registered at hotel
with Albert Gerdes and he got away
with $825 diamond ring.
Case of Mrs. Mary Markel, Cicero,
accused of beating stepdaughter, con
tinued. Robt Chigek, 1532 S. 55th av.,
held to grand jury. Auto caused the
death of .John Krauss, 5, 1834 Mo
hawk. Annie Gerdner, 678 Lincoln pkwy,
to marry Carl Cropp, Vaughn Seed
Zion City to drop public school sys
tem. New parochial system with
Wilbur Glenn Voliva at head to be
Members of Chicago Rotary club
leave for Cincinnati convention to
night Wm. Morris, Oliver Morosco and
John Cort have formed vaudeville
circuit of 52 theaters.
Stranger said to be Noel Gilmer,
Detroit, posed for few days at the
Blacks tone hotel as "Edson Ford,
son on Henry Ford."
Police seeking fair young impostor
collecting money on yarn it's for the
Paulist Fathers, camp for children.
Bob Sweitzer stung for $5.
Peter Grozdoani, 323 W. 21st, hurt
Tuesday by auto of Frank Becker,
1501 School, yesterday.
Louis Ogus, 5408 Michigan av.t
hurt when auto hit machine of Max
Strauss, pres. Hartman Furniture Co.
Police, will fight Chief Healey's
order barring membership in social
Melvin Mellema, 4123 Carroll av.,
suicide. Gas. Ill health.
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"The verdict of guilty in the case
against 14 out of 17 alleged labor
leaders is a great victory for law and
order in our community," said State's
Att'y Hoyne.
"Citizens of all classes, even mem
bers of labor unions, were made to
feel the sting of these false leaders.
Three of the jurors were union men.
Others in past had been affiliated
with union organizations. I propose
to continye further investigations
and prosecutions."
Judge-. Scanlan, before whom the
cases were tried, compared the
jurors to heroes and said they had
done more good for their country
than the men on the Rio Grande.
Atlantic City, N. J., July 14. Dim
pled knees, gracefully rounded arms
and gleeful giggles that would com
mand respect from various kinds of
sharks blended today to make the
streets and board walks here a feast
of beauty.
Since the director of public safety
pried the lid off bathing suits Atlan
tic City has undergone a marked
change. Contrivances in aquatic
costume that dazzle, tickle and near
blind have appeared in the place of
the long raincoats that law formerly
compelled. The most conservative
of these "costumes" would hardly
bulge an average-sized hip pocke

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