OCR Interpretation

The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 26, 1912, Image 7

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1912-11-26/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

check passer. Blamed brothers.
Case being- investigated.
Five hundred patrons in' Erie
theater. Explosion. Fire. Panic.
Loss $5,000. No one hurt.
James Hall, auditor of Chicago
. City Railway Co., denies city en
try to "private books." Says
k stock watering is justifiable.
Explosions sfct fire to Corn Pro
ducts Refining Co., Waukegan.
Seven known dead. Twenty-five
hurt. Loss $100,000.
Mrs. Lillian Davidson, Evans
ton, clubwoman, going to help
Cupid. Apartments for bachelors
and maidens. Frescoed moons,
William "Sunny" Dunne, es
caped convict, fatally shot while
robbing North Side saloon. He
.had threatened to kill State's At
torney Wayman and judge who
sentenced him to pen.
Chicago Woman's club, organ
ized to better housing conditions.
Auto burglars still at it. J, A.
Hasselba.um, 3 West Garfield
blvd. robbed of jewelry.
Auto robberies totaled eleven
yesterday. Five suspects in jail.
Warren Saiter, proprietor of
Vendome hojel, charged . with
drafting foreign girls, and with
holding the?r wages. ,
Man believed to be J.JEL Hart
dropped three floorsdown ele
vator shaft at 618 West Randolph
st. Fatal injuries.
$90,000 clubhouse of Calumet
Council of Knights of Columbijs
opened last night.
Frederick G. Guske and wife
offer some affinity testimony in
divorce suit befoie Judge Ho"npre.
Harry J. Nesbit, 3228 Cottage
Groye av., arrested as wife beater.
Health. Commissioner Young
fought council's plan to cut
Healtht Department appropria
tion. Sudden cold snap has cut into
citys small supply of coal.
' Henton Olson, 38, 3326 Toll
man ay., dropped seven floors
from Kellogg building at Green
and. Congress sts., when rope
broke. Wife and six small chil
dren survive.
Thomas Walsh struck on head
and killed trying to save Conrad
Dougherty from falling derrick at
Christian Scienee church in
Eyanston. Dougherty seriously
Mrs. Mary Gorman, 60, 5149 S.
5th av suicide. Gas.
Mrs. Cetfa Ference, 82, South
Chicago, stepped in front of east-
bound Grank Trunk train. No
Mathew. Coutre, 56, Wilmette,
smoking pipe head nodded; pipe
dropped in can of flour wax. Cou
tre badly hurned. ,
Mayor Harrison ap p o i n t e d
delegates to National Rivers and
Harbprs Congress to be held at
Washington in December. Gov
Deneen among" the appointees.
Julia Sullivan, 42, 364 E. 59th
st found in her apartment shot
dead through heart. Mrs. E. G.
Loeb, other occupant of apart
ment, taken into custody. Miss
Sujivan was famous as athlete
and chauffeur. '
In Japan school children are
taught to write with both hands,

xml | txt