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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 12, 1913, Image 5',
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LOCAL DOINGS IM TABLOID FORM
Corporation Counsel Sexton decid
ed against street car employes in
their fight to get minimum wage
clause in unification ordinance.
Jury to try Henry Spencer com
pleted. Ed Weiss, so-called "King of the
Red Light District," pays he'll be
good in the future.
LaSaJle Street Improvement Ass'n.
wants LaSalle st turned into boule
vard from Jackson blvd. to Lincoln
Press Club will hold first dinner
and of season next Monday evening.
Jos. Campbell, negro, 4112 Federal
st, confessed that he shot and killed"
"Big" Sam' Sephus, another negro,
who was found dead at 3939 W. 12th
Fire on eighth floor of building at
10-12 S. Clark st caused panic among
prisoners at S. Clark st. station.
Edw. Blair, 29, 6205 S. Paulina St.,
shot by Henry Weber, saloonkeeper,
3358 S. Wood st, when he was mis
taken for burglar.
Mrs. Rosalie Fisher, 70, burned to
death and her daughter, Mrs. Susan
Rice, probably fatally burned in fire
that 'destroyed home, 1511 Fullerton.
Safeblowers got $1,200 from Lent
ers Bros.' butter and egg house, 411
W. North av.
Frederick H. Trude, . 52, well
known Chicago attorney, died today.
Dora Herzog, 3030 Union av., rob
bed of purse containing $30 by negro.
John Sandak, Argo, robbed of $55
by pickpockets on Archer av. car,
Fred Basse, South Chicago, found
pearl worth $100 in oyster.
Peter Larkin, 728 W. Englewood
av., probably fatally crushed between
two "L" trains at Kenwood terminal.
Depositors of Sol Lewinsohn's
bank, which closed following his dis
appearance, will demand his arrest
Mabel Sturtevant, graduate of Uni
versity of Missouri, indicted by grand
JuryigQrjmiqujte of majte,.,. ,
Nick Louvis, 3714 N. Cicero av,
Edward Morris, Jr., to be new head
of Nelson Morris Co.
Human Rights Party of Cook
County will hold open' meeting at
Hotel Sherman Nov.15 at 2 o'clock.
Aid. Chas. E. Merriam will speak.
Two negroes held up 51st st and
Archer av. car and got $35 altogether.
Peter Hartman, 27, 9622 Avenue
M, shot and wounded himself after
being turned down by girl. May re
cover. Wm. Rufus Edwards, wealthy St
Paul lumberman, will be arraigned
before Judge Landis Monday .on
charge of taking Ada M. Coxio St
Paul for immoral purposes.
Robert R. Roberts, 521 N. Troy St.,
held tip and'robbed of $35.
Samuel Shapiro, 4?, 2141 S.
Xioomis st, suicide. Hanged himself.
Feared he couldn't support wife and
children who were coming from Rus
sia. H. A. Kellogg, who says he is sort
of wealthy Los Angeles patents, in
serious condition. Was thrown from
Rock Island train by two men near
Allen Crichton, 20, 6041 S. Pulaski
av., stabbed and wounded by Intox
icated man at Jackson blvd. and Mar
ket st Man escaped.
Chas. Hoeb, 65, piano teacher,. 515
W. North av., saved from death by
gas when Aid. Jas. Bauler, who lives
across hall, smelled fumes and broke
Gen. Bramwell Booth, head of Sal
vation Army, will arrive in Chicago
Theo. Zickerman, 431 W. 38th st,
killed when Sisters of Mercy auto
struck his buggy.
Fire destroyed Freeman Bros &
Co. brick plant, 731 Mather st $75,
Fire Atty. Joseph Murray has be
gun investigation into cause of fire
at flat of .Mrs. Elizabeth-Robins,, 60,
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