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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 21, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Chester Magee, Detroit, and James
Wilson, Port Huron, arrested in So.
Chicago. On way to wild and wooly
west. Were fulls: armed.
Short skirts are --very latest. 4
inches above ground this winter.
World's Christian Endeavor con
vention to be held in Chicago next
year. Funds pledged.
Estimate that 5,000,000 apples
were eaten in Chicago yesterday.
Ellen Roeser, 16, 4037 W. 26th st,
and Emma Bonk, 16, 2701 S. Karlov
av disapeared from home. $235 also
Edwin Freidman established the
world's raptime piano record by play
ing 25 hours straight. $400 het made
by friend split 50-50.
Randolph Grimes, 77, and Mrs.
Sarah Vanderberg, 76, were married
yesterday. Raised together in Mich
igan. To live in Manhattan, 111.
Miss Mary Corkin, 5550 W. Mon
roe st, seriously injured and George
Vetier, 25 N. Pine av., had leg frac
tured, when he tried to drag her from"
path of auto. Both struck.
Tony Lambort, 12, 612 S. Racine
av., drowned While fishing at foot of
12th st. Sunday morning. Two boy
companions deserted him when he
fell into water.
Edward Caulfield, conductor, when
up before Judge Fisher, who issued
warrant for him, defied any man in
world to tell him how to run his car.
Case continued and transferred to
Mrs. 'Gertrude Poore granted di
vorce alimony and custody of daugh
ter. Testified finding husband in of
fice with other woman.
Large shipment of German-made
toys arrived in custom house here in
spite of war.
Charles Erbstein, lawyer, named in
$50,000 suit by Mrs. Ella Willard and
her daughter. Say Erbstein took re
tainer's fee and, refused to take ac
tion. Erbstein claims, suit instigated
Roller skating to open at Coliseum
Dr. J. N. Campbell, 6648 S. San
gamon st, retired dentist", disappear
ed. Police searching.
Dan Gallagher, 618 W. 63d st.,
street car starter at 63a" st, thrown
between two cars. Leg broken.
"Acrobat" burglar ransacked room
of two guests at Drexel Arms Hotel,
Drexel and Oakwood blvd. Got $200
worth of jewelry.
John Miller, laborer, " water pipe
extension bureau, caught in ten-foot
hole cave-in. Rescued.
Howard Isaacs, 8040 Bennett av.,
badly bruised when motorcycle was
struck by auto of Edward Frawley,
6321 Champlain av.
Police stil searching for mother of
7-months'-old baby boy abandoned
on lawn of Newberry library.
Autoists reported to Chicago av.
police that man had jumped into lake
at foot of Ohio st Spot to be dragged.
Mrs. Fannie Gorman arrested for
trying to jump in front of autos in
Washington square. Told judge she
couldn't remember address. To be
Mrs. Emma Beak, 73, died from
gasni home of daughter, 1922 Bissell
Ernest Schneider, 2953 Belmont
av., suicided. 'Gas. No work.
Qlorindo' Frorante, 946 Concord
pi., fined $100 for annoyhig 3 girls in
Socialists meetings tonight: 13th
ward, Crerar school; 34th ward, Penn
school; 15th ward, Wicker Park
schdol; 26th ward, Water school;
24th ward, Prescott school: 27th
ward, Hagenbucher Hall; 28th ward,
Wabansia Hall; 7th ward, Cornell
school; 7th ward, McCosh school.
Mathilda i.inz, 8, 3514 Rokeby st.,
injured when struck by auto truck of'
A. C. Clark, 1075 E. 76th st.
Judge Landis investigating busi
ness of Abraham Krecum, tailor, wio
has been bankrupt 3 times. Found