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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 28, 1913, Image 7',
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NEWS QF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Joseph McDonald, 19, arrested.
Solicited subscriptions for monthly
publication. Said to have kept
John Vzoyolkowski, 4, 8342 Bur
ley av., struck by car. Severely in
jured. Mrs. J. V. Evens, who was arrested
in a State st. shop, identified as Mrs.
Clara. Sage of St. Louis. Was arrest
ed before for shoplifting.
National Emergency Hdspital, 1428
Wells St., run by Dr. L. D. Rogers,
Anti-Hearst Trade Union League
to hold regular weekly meeting to
night at Ruud's Hall, Wabansia and
International Hotel Workers, Local
No. 5, openedheadcjuarters at 738 N.
Wells st. To begin campaign for
better wages. Edward Blochibger in
International Brotherhood of Sta
tionary Firemen will give 19th annual
ball at North Side Turner Hall, De
cember., D. T. .Donovan, ticket agent 12th
st. "L" station, pulled gun and chased
Robert Peterson,:;! 839 W. Huron
St., struck wife. Then jumped from
window. Fractured skulL
Judge Scully released eight prison
Stanley Martin, 538 Grand av.,
armless man, saved Henry Carlson,
4100 Vincennes av., from drowning
in lake. Put leg out and drowning
man grasped it
Mrs. Anna Kleckner, 2208 W.
Grand av., charged with murder of
Mrs. Henry Bloug. Said to have per
formed criminal operation. Denies
John Barrick, 7, 5859 Av. L, ran
into car on Whiting st. Skull frac
Miss Anna Cold, 1510 W. Harrison
'st., died at Englewood Hospital. Al
leged illegal operation. Coroner in-yestigating.
John Hart, 52, 1625 N. Fairfield av.,
dead. Morphine poisoning. Ac
cidental. John Towhig, 19, chauffeur, 828 S,
Loomis st., arrested. Auto ran into
framework of Madison st. bridge.
Man believed to be James Gaffney
of Milwaukee, Wis., probably fatally
hurt. Struck by State st. car.
Herman Botcher, 1828 Bissell st.
suicide. Despondent over ill health.
Mrs. Mary Fournier, 71, 3348 W.
21st st., fell down stairway. Dead.
William Seitt, 1718 Federal st.,
stabbed. Albert Moseley, negro, 1528.
S. Wabash, arrested.
Walter Schultz, St. Louis, Mo.,
robbed. $610. Friend named Frank
Store of Mrs. J. H. Stouffer, 3231
Calumet av., robbed. Silver platter
Armed f burglar chased by detec
tives in Cohan's Grand Opera House.
Nearly upset show. Escaped over
roof while detectives waited below.
Detective Joyce, Desplaines st. sta
tion, went to rescue kidnaped woman.
Fired two shots. Fugitive dropped
burden. Was dressmaker's dummy.
Paul Plapzykowski tried to rob two
New terminal report may not be
complete. Engineering experts try
ing to protect city's interests and
favor commission plan.
Jeremiah A. Horrigan, 53, desk ser
geant Central Police Station, 4314
Buena Vista Terrace, dead. Heart
Miss Edith Miller, 4555 Prairie av.,
and Mrs. Transom, 4650 Grand blvd.,
tango teachers, had rough and tum
ble .fight. Professional jealousy. Ar
rested. National Council of Teachers of
English discuss simplified spelling.
Claim present form is arbitrary and
hard to learn.
Over 100 negroes' waited three
hours for the National Negro Semfr.
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