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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 11, 1913, Image 6',
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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Several guests carried down fire
escapes when fire attacked Teutonia
Hotel, Ohio and Clark sts. $10,000
Troops left Fort Sheridan today
for Mexican border.
Trustee Thos. M. Sullivan sanitary
board charges former administration,
headed by R. R. McCormick, with
waste and mismanagement.
Officials and employes of C, B. &
Q. presented their differences to fed
eral board of arbitration today.
Gov. Dunne will probe case of Jos.
C. Darling, charged with selling
questions In state dental examina
tions. Mrs. Mary Pratt, Naperville, III.,
took stand in clairvoyant case, tes
tified Frank Ryan, brother of one of
defendants, got $12,500 from her.
Atty. W. S. Forrest in plea for Dan
iel Donahue called his client the
"Mendel Beilis of America."
Village board of Lyons, III., grant
ed 20-year franchise to Chicago &
West Towns Railway Co.
Nineteenth annual convention of
Illinois State Federation of Women's
Clubs opened at First Congregational
Church, Hinman av. and Grove St.,
David Feinstein, 8, 2406 Indiana
av., killed by auto driven by Mrs.
Al Tearney, wife of ex-alderman.
Justice of the Peace Jos. Zbetov
sky, Cicero, recently robbed of $2,
250, tried suicide by drinking poison.
May recover. Grief over loss of coin.
Wm. McCartney, 1208 N. State st.,
struck by car. Chasing hat.
C. M. Griswold, druggist, 6402 Ver
non av., fined $100 for contributing
to delinquency of Belle Smith, 15.
November grand jury sworn in.
Lucas Butts, chairman of legisla
tive committee which is investigating
vote machine deal, says committee
needs more money.
W. J. Accolo, real estate man,
brought second suit for divorce
against Caroline Accolo.
Crowd of people sought to borrow
money from First Industrial Wage
Loan Ass'n at its opening yesterday.
Geo. L. Bushnell, who disappeared
from Richester, N. Y., two months
ago, is being sought here.
Prohibition party will hold big
meeting tonight at Third Presbyter
ian church, Ashland and Ogden avs.
Eugene W. Chafin and others will
Health Commissioner Young says
to boil all drinking water.
Chief Gleason transferred 44 first
class detective sergeants from detec
tive bureau to outlying stations.
Four thousand surgeons attended
4th annual Clinical Congress of Sur
geons of North America at first ses
Mike de Pike Heitler, his brother,
Dutch, and other "notables," who
were arersted Saturday night, dis
charged. Thirteenth st. station police look
ing for fake policeman who has been
"arresting" people and then letting
them go for money.
John Sajnog, 35, killed by I. Cj
train at 155th st.
Sec'y of the Navy Daniels will visit
Chicago Nov. 17. Going to investi
gate the Great Lake Naval Training
F. KlarowsRi, Green Bay, Wis., kill
ed by Chicago & Northwestern train
near Desplaines, 111.
Four saloonkeepers, who sold
booze in Austin dry territory, fined
Chas. Ward, former manager of
Chicago Men's Specialist Co., fined
$100 and costs by Judge Landis for
misuse of mails.
Stephina Tryma, 5, 8.61 Milwaukee
av., ate colored candy Sunday. Dead.
Mrs. A. M. Case, 70, 1912 N. Park
av., testifying in clairvoyant trial,
said she had given James Ryan $500,
her life's savings.
Christ Gurjakla, 30,732 S. Halsted
st., fined $100- for forcing his atten-
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