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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 28, 1913, Image 7

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. W. Miller, Clen Ellyn, was se
riously hurt and ..her t horse killed
when Aurora & Elgin train crashed
into her buggy. ,
Mrs. Josephine Henningagain un
derwent severe cross-examination by
counsel for defense in Punk conspir
acy. Still insists it was plot against
Funk.
Investment Bankers of America let
outa long and loud'wail against the
income tax, at their conference to'day,
"Miss-A. S. Loseing, 547 Wellington
st., badly Kurt when shevwas thrown
from saddle horse In Diversy "Park
way. ' "
Body of , woman found in Jackson
Park lagoon.
Esther Falkenstein will open school
for women voters at Go'ethe High
School, Rockwell st and Milwau
kee av. " ' ,
Fifteenth Ward Women's Demo
cratic Club will give a motion picture
party tonight. John, Wi Jfcainey, Cir
'uhl Court clerk, will speals.
. Harley S. Richards, postmaster,
Oswego, Hi., arraigned before U. S.
commissioner, charged with embez
zling $2,9,00.,
- -Safeblowers got $350 "from office
of General Furniture Co., "4614
Wentworth -ay.
Mayor Harrison moved into new
home at 3150 Sheridan rd.
Alexander T. Lloyd, 2318 W. Wash
ington blvd., son of Chicago's fourth
mayor, shot and killed himself.
Highland Park residents in war
against negroes.
Anti-Saloon League plans nation
wide war against liquor. '
Mrs. Albert Carey will testify
against husband, who is 'indicted in.
Green Bay, Wis., for -violation of
white slave act. " ,
A. E. Bournique, tango expert, will
exhibit dance before Major Funk
houser. Jeremiah Donovan, 60, 5221 S. Hal
sted -st, dead. Struck by street car
Sunday night -
Kaiser Gelen, 23, 8528. Mackinaw
av., struck and-probably fatally injur
ed by Monon Railroad passenger
train. ' .
C. E. Smith, chauffeur for Henry
Busse, president(of Tational Bnck
Co., fined $75-for speeding.
, Report that-Officers OfKeefe and
Monoban, Detective -Bureau, and also
three city hall employes were in
Hayes.' saldon; 1958 W. Lake st, at
time of raid will be investigated.
Course in sex hygiene at public
schools' was started Jastnight
Ida Bach, 21, 5626 S. State st.,
hurt when her auto collided with one
driven by Mrs, F, H. Pitkin, 1129 W.
47th stw , '; .
City council has rejected all bids
for outer harbor. ,
Adplph Jesse, 33, 4202 S. Michigan
av.r injured when his auto was struck
byv43d st. car.
. Frederick S. Spring, 4620 Claren
don' av., seriously hurt when his-bicycle
was struck by auto -owned by
R. S Edwards, 611 Deming( pi. .
, Prince Paul Johnv Preston Ai-nott
de Clairmont, original Three Weeks'
hero, claimed he was robbed of $3.60
and ring 'Worth $4JQ0 while walking
at Washington blvd.' and Pesplaines
with Frank Duffy,-a friend. '
Woman's" Party of Coolccouniy at
tacked proposition to allow all Jewish
schoolteachers to keep all Jewish
holidays. ' '
.State's Attorney Hoyne has' un
covered more valuable evidence in
clairvoyant trust 'case. '
John McDonnell, justice of peace
at Lyons, III. cited to show cause
why he has kept Harry Hirsch in jail.
Sol Myers', 9, 6309 Dorchester ay?,
struck and'hurt by sprinkling wagon,
while rolling hoop in street. " ,
Negro arrested while robbjng home
of W. J. Gaynor,-2337 W. Fulton sh
$7,000,000,000 worth of bankers
here for conference. .
James Connors, 28, 2000 Hastings
st, street car conductor, killed while
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