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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 18, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Japanese farmers of Imperial Val
ley, Cal., filed $100,000 damage suit
against Western Cantaloupe Ex
change. Allegejraud.
Albert Davis, 54910 Washington
blvd., played with matches. Dead.
Thomas Hamilton, 2, 5832 Wash
ington blvd., turned on gas. May live.
H. Berg, 2845 Keller av., conductor,
held up on car. Two men got $8.
Sol Harris, 19, 1234 S. Spaulding
av., suing Cubs for $1,000. Claims
steel score board numeral landed on
his neck.
Stanislaus Jeszka, 7, 2021 N. Hoyne
av., had head crushed by coal wagon
driven by Helman Peterson, 1942
Nebraska av. Helman held.
Poets complained to Postmaster
Campbell of being swindled by John
Hall of New York. Charged $10 to
enter fake song contest, is claim.
Mrs. Ella F. Young, school sup't,
declared against frats. "My mind is
unchanged," she said.
Deputy Comptroller Frank Ryan
asked immediate passage for county
budget "Delay -causes hardships."
"Don't jet the railroads dominate
in transportation." Keynote of talk
of Henry Hill, Buffalo, before Great
Lakes conference.
Kenosha board of health lifted
quarantine from Zion City. Thirty
cases of smallpox still in Zion.
Judiciary committee- drawing up
bill to separate judicial from other
elections.
Milton Miller, 3, 1068 Elston av.,
dead. Swallowed button.
Thomas Hunter crawled into home
of Henry Tanlin, friend, 610 N.
Springfield av. Turned on gas. Dead.
Clubwomen to be in charge of mu
nicipal dances. Ten halls obtained.
First dance at Dreamland, Dec. 2.
Woman in auto crash at 47th and
Indiana av. identified as Mrs. Kath
erine Kearns, 3126 Emerald av.
May die.
Adam Garslowsky, 4, 2039 Cort
land, suicide. Gas. Old age.
Work completed on new Oak For
est infirmary. Eight new buildings
finished cost $850,000.
Hugh Wells, fireman, cut by glass
when hose cart of Oak Park crashed
with auto of E. A. Purgenson.
Evanston council, at request of
residents, ceded Chicago strip of
land between Calvary cemetery and
lake.
Dr. William Gentry, 78, pastor of
"Assembly of God," freed. Pinched
for failing to pay wife $6 week.
Members of company at German
Theater, Bush Temple, minus salary
since Oct. 4, quit. To sue for pay.
Paul Raas, strong man and movie
actor, pinched for signing pal's name
to letter home for money. Paul can't
write. Seeking confederate.
Man found dying at Washington
blvd. and Kolmar av. identified as
George Lee, 50, 627 Lotus av. Hit
by auto.
Henry Reutz, 843 W. Lake, tried
suicide. Cut throat with pocket
knife. Out of work.
Ignatz Kuszynski, part owner of
Union Shoe and Slipper Manf. Co.,
208 N. Clinton, in bankruptcy. Lia
bilities $41,500; assets, $9,500.
Frank Kelley, Seattle, held to grand
jury on charge of larceny. Caught
Sunday in restaurant frying steak.
Out of work and hungry.
Receivers and bondholders of Oak
Park "L" to decide upon raising of
tracks. Appear today before mas
ter in chancery.
Mary Fraco fainted in Morals
Court when judge gave her 6 mos. on
probation. Thought it was 6 mos. in,
Bridewell.
Ten jurors accepted for trial of
Jas. Franche, "Duffy the Goat," ac
cused of killing Isaac Henagow.
Death penalty asked.
Harry Yont, 6442 S. Union av., to
grand jury for "con" game. Passed
bad checks.
Henry French, 3210 S. La Salle,
got $200 fine and 3 mos. in Brfde-
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