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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 19, 1913, Image 7',
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Black H nd bomb exploded in front
of 221 Kensington av., West Pullman.
Eighteen men arrested in basement
at 176 W. Harrison st. Charged with
Henry Spencer, convicted mur
derer ot Mrs. Rexroat, is sending out
invitations to his hanging.
Oliie Kern, 36, 2132 Dayton st.,
tried to drink poison, but Frank Con
nely, 2633 Seminary av., knocked
bottle from 'hand.
Chief of Police Gleason will stop
women gambling at card parties.
Cyrus H. McCormick, president of
International Harvester Co., succeed
ed in getting out of Municipal Court
Samuel Krischilskey found not
guilty of murdering Morris Shindel.
John McLean, inmate of Dunning
State Hospital, has escaped.
Folly Theater closed by building
Representatives of Prohibition and
Socialist parties will hold debate at
Wuetrick's Hall, Ogden and Central
Park av., tonight.
Klio Association, for 20 years a
prominent women's club, bankrupt.
Liabilities $3,178. Assets, $1,585.
Frank T. Murray elected alderman
of First Ward in Evanston to succeed
C. B. Congdon, resigned.
Harry A. Wheeler, president of the
Chamber of Commerce of U. S. A.,
boosted for mayor at Harmony
Chas. Johnson, 1836 Sedgwick St.,
hanged himself. Ill health.
Somebody stole Major Funk
houser's hat from his office on tenth
floor of City Hall.
"Don't tell mother," said Frank
Blaney, 15, 7718 Normal av., when he
had both arms cut off by Rock Island
State's Attorney Hoyne will start
investigation into now defunct United
Eight more city bonds sold yester
day. 83 so far.
Mrs. Marian Whipple, 2825 John
ston av., witness in case against Al
bert Kerseck, ' alleged pickpocket,
badly beaten in hallway. Claims Ker
seck was assailant.
Karl Musil, 50, real estate man,
2849 W. 22d st., arrested on charge
of embezzling $16,000.
Panic in Great Northern Hippo
drome when steer jumped from
Unidentified man, about 50, killed
by Chicago Junction freight train at
W. 40th st. and Ashland av.
County Treasurer W. L. O'Connell
returned to town after 10-days' hunt
Cyrus H. McCormick says he has
not been consulted abou job as am
bassador to France.
Ailleen Heppner, remaining de
fendant in Funk case, will be placed
on trial next month.
James Duggan, 3237 S. Irving av.,
paroled convict and former Bride
well guard, shot and probably fatal
ly wounded by Detective Sergeant
Howard Riley after he had attacked
Chicago Medical Society at war
with American Congress of Surgeons.
Isaac Yastrow of Yastrow & Hen
derson, clothiers, 337 S. Market st,
saved $2,350 after battling with day
light hold-up men.
Philip Prescia, 1006 Cault ct, held
to grand jury as slayer of Mrs. Rose
Ciro, 867 Sedgwick St., who was
stabbed to death. Her 6-year-old
daughter is her accuser.
Geo. Ligaree, caretaker of Glencoe
Inn, fined $150 on charge of running
Involuntary bankruptcy proceed
ings against Hart Bros., clothiers, 500
S. '5th av. Assets and liabilities said
to be $300,000 each.
Hugo Resinger, 25, found guilty of
burglary, tried to hang himself in cell
at county jaiL
Two boys huct when auto trucks of
Siegel-Cooper's and Hillman's col
lided. Wm. C. Ellis, Cincinnati man, who
shot and killed wife in Hotel Sher
man, indicted for murder.