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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 08, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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cius Werner, which grew out o. her )
now famous divorce suit.
Dr. Arthur L. Blunt, 4043 Prairie
av., held to grand jury in connection
with death from illegal operation of
Mrs. Frances Odochowski, 1750
Henry Halsted, negro, 1033 S.
State st, found unconscious at 47th
st. and Vincennes av. When revived
he said conductor threw him from
Wm. Burgar, 12, 6203 Wentworth
av., ran away from home yesterday.
Edw. Chapman, Aurora, killed, and
Wm. Dunbar and Henry E. Egger,
Wheaton, injured when gasoline
speeder jumped from Aurora & Elgin
Three men fired shots at Police
man Richard Williams at 31st st and
Wentworth av. and then fled.
Rosenau and Strippleman, cigar
makers, fined $25 each for discharg
ing Chas. Brown, who stayed away
f ropi work to go with Illinois National
Robert Swift, 32, 3530 Wentw&rth
av., innocent bystander, shot and
probably fatally wounded in revol-.
ver duel between Officer Richard Wil
liams and three men, who escaped.
Three men swept from fishing
smack, Mary Ann, during storm, res
cued. $1,500 worth of jewelry stolen from
home of R. C. Wagner, 3522 Jack
Mrs. Rachel Friedman, wife of
Adolph Friedman, 1008 S. Ashland
av., had husband arrested. Married
nine years; haven't lived together a
day. Adolph ordered to pay $10 a
Lloyd Goodrish, 22, son of A. Good
rich, 1500 W. Madison st., arrested in
fight after drinking.
Prof. Earl Dean-Howard, North
western University, praised adminis
tration currency bill.
Average salary of the 165,000
clergymen of the United States is
$663 a year.
STRIKING MINERS HOPE TO
Denver, Col., Nov. 8. By intensi
fying the present coal famine in Col
orado, Colorado miners now on strike
in the territory surrounding Trinidad
hope to force recognition of the
union from the mine operators.
The policy committee of the Col
orado miners today sent telegrams
to district union leaders in Missouri,
Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansis,
asking the names of companies now
mining coal for shipment to Colorado.
Vice-President Hayes oMhe miners,
declared that an attemptwill be made
o stop the mining of coal in other
states of Colorado companies that re
fuse to treat with the union. '
Representatives of the Colorado
miners were to go to Cheyenne to
day, to request that Wyoming union
miners refuse to mine coal intended
for shipment to Colorado companies.
DAD FELL DOWN ON HIS SON'S
John Wesley Snyder, Jr., 19, the
son of the president of a big con
tracting firm'and prominent clubman,
will face trial for alleged wife deser
tion next Friday,, because he found
it impossible to support a bride on
$12 a week.
"Dad will keep us," John Wesley,
Jr., told Marie Rodier, a Washington
girl, with whom he eloped while at
tending the Columbia preparatory
school in the national capital. But
"dad" didn't Instead he put John
Wesley, Jr., at work as a bricklayer
at $12 per.
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MORE ABOUT THAW
Concord, N. H., Nov. 8. Gov. Fel
ker today signed the extradition pa
pers for the return of Harry K. Thaw
to New York, where there is an in
dictment against him for conspiracy.
This does not mean that Thaw will
be taken back to Matteawan. He may
be able to prolong the fight for sev