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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 22, 1913, Image 5

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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
.-Gov. Hir-am-Johpson, California,
arrived in. California on way to Mas
sachusetts. Says Progressive party
is here to stay.
Joseph Wil utis dead and Jos. Kordl
overcome. Gas escaped in rooming"
house, 11859 Emerald av. l
-Annie Hatfield, 3622 Broadway,
took three kinds of "poison in effort
to. end life. May recover.
Burglars got $460 worth of jewelry
from home of Horace G.-Briggs, 5113
Kimbark av.
1 Two men on Commonwealth Edi
son Co. auto truck badly hurt when
struck by Halsted st. car
Eastern syndicate, which took
three Columbus caravalst around
world for "educational" purposes,
has found the ycan't make any
money and may abandon scheme.
J Hilda Erickson,,29, maid" at Augus
tana Hospital, fell six floors down ele
vator shaft. Killed.
"Cap" Streeter and his wife have
prepared themselves for another fight
to retain' possession 'of their lake
front home.
Elizabeth Coburn, daughter Tf At
torney John J. iCoburn, 5833 W. On
tario st, narrowly escaped death by
gas.
Frank Swiatskeki, Polish immi
grant, "robbed of $25 and beaten by
two men.
"Flying squad" raided Medinah Ho
tel, 839 N. Clark Bt, and got three
women and two men.
"L" roads .made offerj'to city to
lease new subway, -
Through-routirig-of "L" trains,
promised by Decilr"
.Robbers stole $5,flQfr worth of jew
elry from home of Robert J. Cary, 44
Banks st , . f-"3 XV.?.
Auto driven by Raymjond Park
hurst, -YorkVille, 111., niSrowly es
caped plunge into "rivery when it
crashed into chains of "ftjL Chicago av.
bridge. r r
Eyanston folks-kicking over ale
ads in "L" depots. t
' Mrs. Edward N. Knorr, 3227 Park
av., whose husband committed sui
cide July 1 after quarrel, found dead
in gas-filled room.
Joseph F. Peacock, city real estate
'expert, gone to Cincinnati to offer
$133,000 for Chicago Reduction Co.
plant
Traffic on Dearborn and Clark sts.
'bridges delayed several hours when
steamer Frank W. Hart, block long,
:got stuck.
Chicago section .of American
Chemical Society tias appointed com
mittee tp assist mayor in wrestling
garbage problem.
John F. Wallace told aldermen,that
electrification ofrailroads is bound
to come. (
; Michael Gerel, -8456 Burn ham av.,
suicide. v Cut his throat Out , of
work;
United Charities Jias begun an
'other campaign to collect money.
Chicago Socialist Women's League
will meet at room, 1548 Tribune?
building tonight .,
HenryA. Blair wiH be re-elected,
'chairman of, the board of directors o
the Chicago- Railways Companies.
Harold Ickes and Raymond Robins
expressed themselves as well pleaseof
with" Progressives; work in 5th. judi-,
cial district election. . ,
' Burglars got $1,500 worth of cloth-,
ing from H "Jacobson & 'Co., 446 W.
Ijivision stn
Inquiry into Guggenheim divorce
case may be delayed owing to illness
of Mrs.GuggenheIm-Wahl.
Health committee to discuss
styles of women's bathing suits to
day- "' ,
Mrs. Gertrude Howe Britton says
.Chicago"" prisoners are fed like zoo
animals.
. Tenimofiths'-old baby of James
5hipman;J2041 Tilden st, succeeded
in getting Judge D6Iah to remit $25
fine imposed on father. t -
Fifty-seven fathers heard speeches
I -at Mozart school and endorsed pro-1

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