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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 09, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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day. Relatives of slain failed to iden
Police asked to search for Mrs.
Hetty Hammer, 307 Center.
Saloon' of Maxell McReed, 1200 W.
Congress, held up; $30.
Purse-snatcher grabbed pocket
book of May Griffin, 590 Greenwood
Peter Nelson arrested. Pulling fire
alarm boxes. Told police he was here
on visit and wanted to see what fire
apparatus was like.
Safe in office, of Dieden Bros.' dry'
goods store, 4765 Lincoln av., blown,
Ike Culpepper, negro owner of res
taurant in Blanchard Hotel, Chicago
Heights, shot and killed in argument
with "Bud" Thomas, another negro.
Safe in office of Wilson Pound
Cake Co., 2313 Wilcox av., blown;
Emil Michaels suicided in home at
2717 Frances pL Suffering from can
cer. Left money to friends.
Henry Schoenstadt, 4859 Mioh
igan av., struck and killed John H.
Henkel, 15, 5131 S. Ashland av. with
auto. Being held,
Man who said name was Maurice
Goldblatt, 4833 Prairie av., found
pearl worth $150 in oysters.
Francesco Deongelo, 2220 W. Ohio,
seriously injured. Hit by Western av.
"What are you cutting out of the
"An item about a California man
securing a divorce because his1 wife
went through his pockets."
"What are you going to do with
' -"Put -it in mv pocket." Every
t- '' . o o
., NOT FOR HIM
' ii"Do 'you believe that Friday is an
"You bet I don't; I'm a fish
IT "COMES PRETTY HIGH," BUT
FASHION FAVORS IT
Seal is scarce, ermine is so costly
that only queens can afford it, so
chinchilla which ,rcomes pretty high"
too holds the favor of fashionable
One of the new evening wraps of
chinchilla recently designed for grand
opera wear is distinguished by the
graceful folds that are-draped to give