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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 21, 1911, Image 5',
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DQINGS OF A JDAY-IN XSHICAGOrEUT IN .TABLOID FORM, -FOR-QUICK
DIGESTION- . - ""
Capt. Plunkett attempted to
resign yesterday. His wish for
divorce from,the force is liable ta
be granted today.
'Antonio Narski, 814 Town
seiid street, bit his wife on the
leg during fight. The nibble cost
him $100 in police court.
'Rudolph Beran, 11, 2112 S.
Center ave.run down 'and Willed
by auto truck driven by Harry
Saynbr. Saynor held .
Ziegfeld. theater advertised for
cat. Hundred children offered
pets. Ten accepted.
cMiss Stella M. Heaphey, 744
Independence blvd., found "in
hQme with,bullet wound through
heart. Suicide suspected. .
The Willie -Hearst poipers,,af
teiC defeating the Turks for Italy,
disposing of Diaz, and establish
ing the Chinese republic, have
.'(they admitted it themselves?)
obtained justice for the citizens
of-Austain, Pa., which was wiped
out' by a. flood.- Chicago : sales
girls still get $6 per.
Mrs. G..L. .Young, 4433 Indi-ana-ave.,struck
and robbed by ne
gro in vestibule ofher home last
night.. - -
Newton Duke, 16Z0 Belmont,
had pocketipicked of $150 oh Di
vision street car last night.
George Ecklund, 26, 3018 W.
North ave., arrested yesterday.
Escaped from detectives near
Laramie, Wyo., 8 years ago. Was
accused of robberies then. Has
been in Chicago 5 months. Will
probably be released.
Jim Hill of Great Northern
railway visited landvshow yester-
day. As usual, he thought the '
country was "going to the . dogs.
Jim would feel better, about it if
he owned the dogs. '. - ""
Robert Howard, .2536. W. -Hu-ron'street
tried suicide lasbnight
,with glass of iodine. ,' Then .de
cided he'd like to like. Wife gave
him antidote, but Howard still
has a dark brown , taste. ":
William Wallace, ' cabman,
crushed and "probably fatally in
jured by auto joy riders' at Jack
son and Desplaines, early today.
Auto fled after accident. Num
ber not known.
"Modern woman a pre,tty fig
ure and a big hat; a frivolous,
shiftless, vain creature." Rev.
Joseph Milburn, Plymouth Con-,
gregational church. Is josjeph
married? n jf'
I Plunkett, thou Plunkettest,
hePlunketts. Itr -
Funny Willie Hearst . doesn't '
use some of.that.space he uses to
-explain what the people pf Qjina
think of him, to what the A. Ij. L.
thinks of him.
Virginia Brooks must be an an
archist. She told truth about "re
spectable and prominent" citizens
who make money out of fellen
vWomen. . "
Which calls to mind that we
have 30 business men of-J that
stripe on the West Side. "' -
That's a. great gang thcTrib
une has had telling people why
cost of-living- isso high and
what's -the matter with thfe Sher--man
act. Levy-Mayer'yesterday. :
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