Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1924 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
'!&& wiiHK?Mm? iiWiwiMijgiji
liceman Nielson was hurt, dis
charged in S. Clark street police
court on" disorderly charge.
Judge Owen summoned news
paper circulation managers to sit
in insane coirt today. They were
on the jury, not before it.
Three men held up manager of
New London hotel, 2001 Michi
gan ave., last night and secured
$200. Fired on Charles Beatty,
clerk, who tried to give alarm.
Two-year-old Vera Beranek,
6603 W. 16th street, fatally burn
ed yesterday. There is only one
Stove in the house, and she had
trawled to it to get warm.
Mrs. Anna Nelson, who . es
caped from Dunning during the
fire there Wednesday, found yes-
terday at Bartlett, 111., 30 miles
from Chicago. Is 56 years old,
but is believed to have walked en
Mrs. Alice Bright Parker, who
recently resigned from Illinois
Suffrage Association, plans new
suffrage organization, members
of which must be young and
Health commissioner advises 1
treating water at 68th street
.pumping station with hypochlo'r
ide because it sometimes shows
President McFatrich of the
sthool board says that in the fu
ture boys will not be taught sew
ing in the schools. ""
Charles Daveney, 15, and John
Cafforo, 14, arrested Wednesday
turned over to juvenile authori
ties after being identified by John
Swanson as two who held him
up- near Milton and W. Chicago';
aves. Nov, 30. '
James Garden, held up by two
men at Dearborn near 28th last
night and robbed of $2 and gold
Bartender and three patrons in
saloon at 421 W. Division street
ield up and robbed by two men.
James Cordell, a machinist, and
Patrick Rodgers, teamster, ar
rested last night, charged with
third man, who escaped, of at-,
tempt to rob James Kelly at Har
mon plaqe and S. State. Kelly's
cries attracted a policeman.
Slight fire this morning in Hen
rici's restaurant, 24 W. Van
Buren street. Flames confined to
kitchen; loss $500.
Twenty firemen had narrow es
capes when walls of Goliner Sup
ply Co. building, 33d and Archer
ave., collapsed during fire. Loss
to building estimated at $5,000.
The Evening Journal has kid
naped the American-Examiner
first page "news child," Violet
Buehler, and informs the public
that Violet will return home to
day. She may be 'sent to juvenile
home, and also any men who may
have been responsible for her trip
east may feel the weight of the
The American - Examiner,
along with Violet's "foster uncle,
have disinherited he; and now
call her the "Buehler girl.". And
once she was intimately known
as Violet. Talk about ingrati-'
As a rule there is no sauce for
the goose after the gander has
i mtttau V. j