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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 07, 1911, Image 33',
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from visiting her. Says he tried
to steal son. - She has sued for di
vorce. Congress hotel losing money
from cash drawer daily, Mys
tery. Mouse discovered to be
thief, and $25 discovered from its
There may be a famine.in cran
berries and a corner of that crop,
but poultry wholesalers say the
Thanksgiving, turkey .will be
cheaper than vf or years.
Casimer Kriss, 1632 N. Hermi
tage, "hitched" on back of wagon.
He was 9 years old.
Two-months-old baby, of Mrs.
Olney Allen, Aurora, killed in fall
Austin Gibbons, 3509 Sheffield,
struck by Clark street car at Bel
mont Fatally injured.
David S. Oppenheimer ..com
mitted' suicide by inhaling gas at
465 W. Chicago Ave. this morn
ing. Left note saying he was vic
tim of conspiracy. '
Dynamite bomb exploded at
foot of Commonwealth Edison
Co. pole, S. Rockwell and W. Van
Buren. Pole wrecked. Wires sev
ered. Windows in neighborhood
Peter Roos, 1633 ', Clybourn,
struck and killed "by Clark street
Frank Ward, Dearborn and' In
diana, arrested. for firing at two
Mary Garden says she can af
ford a nerve specialist rriuch bet
ter than a husband Can it be pos
sible that Mary's 'nerve is -weakening?
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,Rev. . Bonaventiire " Cerfetti,
who becomes papal -charge d'af
faires, atWash'ington through the
departmVnt VfvMgrv FaTcdnio for
Rome .'tb.assume,,tiis;riew- duties:
accompanying 'his Vejevatron to
the car'dinalaW "
Miners' to Strike
Jndianapqlis, Ind., JN.ov. 7. -One
hundred, and Jif ty ; thousand
coal minersvm ''Eastern .Pennsyl- "
vania iil-strjke'on'Apnl I', 1912,
uriiessrjey 'are 'given a-wage in
crease 'of twehty per cent 'accord
ing, to, Pjve'sWent Jahii. P,. Whije
of th'e-Unite"d-Mine-Workers herje.
today, increased Tcost of livin'g-andiiirre-
years-'without an in
cr.easeMn'Vwagesris';giv6n as the
ident. r "- '-vi ' ' :