Search America's historic newspapers pages from - 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 external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 05, 1913, Image 6',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
ial soldier" in British army, came to
Chicago yesterday and within 24
hours had taken out first citizenship
papers and enhsted in U. S. army.
Carl Schmidt, 56T724 N. Lawndale
av., suicide. Poison. Despondent be
- cause he lost right hand in accident
two years" ago.
Mary Hadi, 17, 2427 W. 25th pi.,
and her father badly burned by ben
Four firemen" injured when 51st st.
car struck hose cart of Engine Co.
No. 61 at 51st and Dearborn sts.
Jarvis Hunt called John F. Wal
lace's terminal plan a' "bauble" and
said city would soon outgrow it.
Mayor "Harrison maybar outsiders
from floor of council chamber.
Homer K. Galpin, former clerk of
Municipal Court, paid over to Judge
Baldwin $201,427 fees collected while
he was in office.
Corporation counsel appointed R.
B. Johnstone, who was urged by Jul
ius Rosenwald, to represent city in
suit brought by Empire Voting Ma
chine Co. fo collect $325,000.
John McWeeny visited Chief of
Police Gleason yesterday. Doesn't
know whether to return as captain or
Sol Litt, theatrical man, who re
cently died, left estate of $300,000 to
wife and two children.
Fred Enrich, 5030 S. 5th av., and
M. Sperakas, 5000 Wentworth av.
arrested as they were going to fight
Bids on Mayor Harrison's subway
plans will be asked today.
Three-weeks'-old baby found in
waiting room of LaSalle st. station.
Edward Morris funeral held today.
TO USE MUD FOR CURE
Odessa, Nov. 5. One thousand
cases of mud from the municipal
salt-lake baths near here were ship
ped today to Livadia, in the Crimea,
where it will be used in the treatment
of the little Czarevitch. The mud is
said to- be marvelously efficacious in
affections "Ot the bones such as that
from which the Czar's son has long
been a sufferer.
MAY SWEAR OUT WARRANTS
AGAINST STANDARD OIL CO.
Trinidad, Col., Nov. 5. Horace N.
Hawkins, attorney for the striking
miners in Southern Colorado, and the
leaders of the strike are considering
swearing out murder warrants
against Standard Oil Co. officials, in
cluding John D. Rockefeller, which
warrants will allege homicides in
connection with the strike. The Stan
dard Oil Co. controls the Colorado
Fuel and Iron Co. The operators de
clare that if this step is taken they
will swear out similar warrants
against Mother Jones, International
Vice President Frank Hayes of the
miners and strike leaders Lawson
THE RITUAL MURDER CASE
Kiev, Russia, Nov. 5. Conclusion
of testimony was expected late this
afternoon, in the ritual murder trial
that has lasted a month, wherein
Mendel Beilis, a Jew, is accused of
killing Andrew Yushinsky, a Chris
tian boy. There was more technical
theological evidence today. The de
defense succeeded in getting into the
record, the testimony of several theo
logians contradicting that of the
priest, Pranaitis, who maintained
that there is authentic evidence of
Jewish ritual murder. A .relative of
the Russian premier said that the
Talmud showed nothing referring to
blood ritual. A verdict is expected by
BIG GOVERNMENT FINE
Cologne, Nov, 5. The government
today instituted suit to collect the
largest fine ever imposed in Ger
many. The Schwarz Brothers at
Offenburg were sentenced to pay a
fine of $750,000 and given several
years in prison In addition on several
convictions for smuggling alcohol
from Switzerland tcf avoid duty. They-
are In jail, but refuse to pay the fine1
vu uj.c givuuu tutu, it la cajiuiuiutuu