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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 07, 1911, Image 31',
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washtubs iot laundry use, two at
75 cents eaj:h.-
For kitchen furniture, a table,
costing not more fh&n $150, and
two chairs, at half a dollar apiece,
will complete the necessaries. A
broom at 35 cents,' a scrubbing
brush at 25 cents, and a mop at
15 cents will complete the'abso
lutely essential cleaning utensils.
A flour bin, a bread box and a
cake box, each costings, haif dol
lar, will be needed. One may
economize on sugar and salt jars
by using stone ctocks, s,uch as &re
best for better and purchasable
for 10 cents.
- For the rest ot the kitchen
titensils, sink strainer, wire, sieve,
flour sieve, collander and xliHpan,
the best economy" is to secure
these articles ajt.department'store
Sarah, Fox, 17, . 1047 W ; 13th;.
attempted -suicide by gas this
morning. - Prdbably , recover.
Despondent over love affain ( '
Thomas- Shea,- 70,, 1590 Cly
bourn, dropped dead In election
booth this morning. Had just
Alfred Johnson, 3335 N.. Clark;
George Beck, 3481 N. Clark, and
Martin Carlson, 2359 Southport,
saloonkeepers, arrested. Charged
with keeping open in violation of
-Samuel J. Levenson, 1400 W.
12th, same thing.
Anton Kynkewich, Kenosha,
talking to young Woman on Mil
waukee ave. Friend of woman's
held him up and took $5.
- Frying pans, bread pan, pie
tins, cake tins, mixing bowls, dou
ble roasting pans, muffin tins,
cookie and biscuit cutters, can all
come from bargain counters.
- The coffee and tea pots and ket
tle should be of good ware. The
tea pot will cost about60cents,the
coffee pot about 75 cents, and the
kettle $1.25. A steamer in good
ware will costf-$lt50 and boiling
kettles from $1 downward, ac
cording to the.quality..
For stirring spoons,.r paring
knives and smaller implements
the bargain counters will offer a
supply. , 't
The complete furnishing of a
kitchert is a necessity: 'The bride
who has practical wisdom will
economize on the furniture of
other roonis in order to have a
complete artd adequate'kitchen.
Charles Mara1360 Austin, and
three other -irien,- stealing- chick
ens: "Cackle cackle"," -said hen.
"Hell," said Mara. "You're under
aVrest' saicT Detective Howley
a'ridrStegematt. '; ',
The, only reason some,' people
know this is election day is that
the saloohs are closed.
John Docshuck, Indian and
wife, ort way from Tampa, la., to
Arpin, Wis., Stopped in Chicago.
Tyo bottles of whisky. - Chicagcf
Ave. station. .
Patrolman Patrick Conboy, ac
cused of taking $10 from citizen
t point of pistol.' Returned $7.
Being orjly a patrolman, he didn't
keep the entire ten. Arrested.
Wife of A. C. Purdy, Highland
Park, asks that he be restrained