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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 17, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Chas. Smith, 6318 Ingleside av.,
pinched for copping car, denied
.charges. Says street car was aband
oned. In court today.
Frank DeJoy, -section foreman for
C. M. & St. P. R.R, fined $200.
charged laborers $5 for jobs.
Mrs. Katie Malone, as guardian for
Thelma Malone, suing Big Four R. R.
for $100,000. Child hit by engine near
LeRoy, 111 Lost leg and arm.
Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, widow of
Serg't John Smith, held up in home
with former husband's revolver. Rob
ber got $6 and gun.
Hundreds try to identify body of
mysterious woman found in lake
"Eddie" Hall pinched for swindling
Frank Harper of Canada of $175.
Took Harper to lake front to show
submarines. Shell game.
E. W. Carscallen, Woodvale, L. I.,
died in Congress Hotel. Heart dis
ease. Sam Rea, pres., and 35 officials of
Penn. R. R. in city. Ispection tour.
Fifty needy families to get Christ
mas baskets from Chicago Stewards'
Bert Johnson, 5349 Wentworth ay.,
fined $100. Hit Frank Davis, 867 E.
63d with pool cue.
Josephine Ogrodowski, 15, 2448 W.
48th, had foot crushed by truck
owned by N. Shure Co. 237 W. Madi
Public welfare bureau to choose
dances for new municipal halls Fri
day. Frank Meyers, 65, cripple, killed
by Madison st. car at Market.
Mrs. Helen Fender, 2200 Lake, tried
suicide. Poison. May live. Wanted
to cut down son's expenses.
Mayor Harrison scouts story of his
appointment as minister to Switzer
land. Fred Mordaunt pinched on com
plaint of Ida Kinberg, 2821 Prairie
fv., housekeeper. Owes her
Jos. Horner, 61, 2945 Michigan av.f
hit by cycle of Austin Fitch, cop, 4358
Honore. Both badly hurt
Rev. C. A. Kelley, sec'y of Super
annuated Relief Ass'n for Methodist
Ministers, says retired preachers are
not fully pensioned.
Mrs. Myrtle Donnelly, city, sued for
$80 by Mrs. Sidney Newman, Aurora.
Board bill for tribe of cats in feline
Edward S. Card, cop, to serve six
months for contempt. Supreme Court
denied plea. Gard pinched man after
John Lind, Wilson's Mexico man,
talks before Industrial Club at Con
gress Hotel Thursday night.
Roland B. McDougall, 4333 St.
Lawrence av., eloped with Suzanne
Carter to Crown Point. Marriage
Home of M. R. Gilchrist, 4932 In
diana av., robbed; $500 in jewelry.
John Lidsh, 646 W. 12th, dead. Hit
Peter Prador, 3948 W. 47th, hit by
car. May recover.
House of Geo. Gill, 5014 St. Law
rence av., burglarized; $600 in silver
ware and jewelry.
Ed Brooks, former convict, fined
$200. Concealed weapon.
Otto Rasche, 6950 S. Michigan av.,
minus $40 and baby's bank. Burglars.
Jerry Sullivan, saloonkeeper, 1800
W. Grand av., and seven customers
locked in ice box by three robbers;
Ben Strauss and Ben Levin freed
on "misuse of mails" charge. Under
indictment for Florida land frauds.
Raids on 319 W. 22d andcor. 39th
and Dearborn brought seven into
federal officers' hands. Accused of
Laura Whaling suing Henry Wes
sel. Asks for receiver for "Archer
Mrs. Backridga pinched for beat
ing Mrs. Annie Trossman with
broom. Peace bond. Women divide
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