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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Seventeen families routed by fire
that attacked apartment building at
Sheridan road and Irving Park blvd.
Italian detectives on trail of slayer
of Mrs. Rosle Cita, 867 Sedgwick st.
Thousands delayed by fog that
slowed up traffic early today.
Louis Highland, 50, druggist, ar
rested on charge of destroying note
for ?9,000.he had given, Mrs. Mary
Gibson, 2238 Calumet av.
Ermelina Garmeliny, Italian musi
cian, and. wife, 625 Blue Island av.,
savdd from death by gas when cat
woke them up.
Oscar F. Shiray, chauffeur, arrest
ed on charge of stealing $1,000 in
gems from C."L. Washburn, Hinedale.
Auto bandit who held up Addison,
HI., bank and shot and fatally wound
ed official is believed to be under
Big police shake-up due Saturday.
Police searching for Sarah Torn
heim, 19, 4136 W. Lake t (Just ar
rived from Jerusalem. Missing since
Gqorge Silver, notorious cafe own
er, lias sold out and is going to Cali
fornia. Henry Sanberg, 3, 881 E. 87th st.,
died from burns. -Played with
Dr. L. Blake Baldwin, former city
physician, sued for divorce by Mrs.
Katherine Baldwin, daughter of late
John R. Walsh.
Arthur Burrage Farwell is again
rapping at Mayor Harrison's, door.
This time he's kicking about vice in
A. W. King, chauffeur, saved Mr.
and' Mrs,, C. H Morterneier and their
two children from fire that attacked
their home at 119 N. May st
Thos. E. Wilsori, vice-president of
Nelson Morris & .Co., will probably
become head of firm following death
of Edward Morris.
Burglar trjed to get into Convent
of St Aloysius, 1018 T S. May st
C. S. Seymour, 45, 32 E. Adams
st, knocked down by auto owned by
E. M. Borroughs, 3912 Lake Park av.
Mayor Harrison revoked saloon li
cense of Normandie Hotel. '
Earl McGann, 341 60th pi., arrested
on charge of riflidg mail box.
Emmeline Pankhurst talked to au
dience of 500 persons, mostly ne
groes, at Institutional Church, 3825
S. Dearborn st.
Coroner Hoffman says arrests will
be made before night in connection
with Addison, HI., bank robbery.
' Municipal Court bailiffs managed
to get service on Mrs. Lucy Cather
wood, 4452 Grand blvd., after trying
since July, 1912. Wife of Robt Cath
erwood, president of County Civil
Mrs. Emily Montague Bishop will
give her dramatic presentation of
scenes from the United States Sen
ate, entitled "Suffrage In the Seats
of the Mighty," at' a public meeting
under the auspices of the Women's
Trade Union League at 64 W. Ran
dolph st, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 9. '
Joseph Todd, 40, Riverside, III.,
killed by C, B. & Q. train.
Appellate Court decided that City
of Chicago cannot force "L" road
companies to heat trains.
John L. MacBean, 620 Laurel av.,
heads list for appointment as direc- '
tor of playgrounds at Lincoln Park.
Mrs. Hattie Sattler, 9014 Green ,
Bay av., complains that vandals have
tried to wreck her property since she '
started fight against owners of red
light houses. j
City will start condemnation pro,
ceedings against Chicago Reduction,
Co. garbage plant immediately. ,
Wm. Weicaman, 1350 S. Halstedt
st., struck and injured by auto driven
by Frank Scmidt, 1732 Brignam st. j
Jos. Krizmanth, employe of Stand-,
ard Oil Co., Whiting, Ind., married
two months ago, shot and killed him-,
self yesterday. .
John Jackson, 24r former "terrior-