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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 24, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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Ism and narcotic poisoning. Two
held by police pending investigation.
Cap't O'Toole presented with dia
mond ring by business men of loop at
dinner in Hotel Sherman.
Benjamin McKee, member of Uni
versity Club, fined on two charges by
Judge Gemmill. Refused to pay taxi
.bill and resisted officer.
' Charles Olson. 71 years old, 6725
W. 31st, killed by 26th st car.
Fred Berger, posing as Jew and
master of 22 languages, sent to jail
for year. Admitted he was negro im
postor. Mrs. Isadore Gross, 4625 Kenmore
av., died under anesthetic. Had
Suicide note near lagoon in Lin
coln Park caused police to drag near
high bridge. May be work of joker.
Judge Windes to pass upon validity
of municipal court act. Jacob Kajtz
refus.es to pay judgment obtained in
Will of Arthur M. Tree filed for
probation. Servants get income from
Unidentified man killed bjkcar at
38th and Kedzie. Initials "C?P. S."
in hat band.
Mrs. Pethick Laurence, London,
Eng., "suff," says war has undone re
form work of last 25 years in Eng
land. Mrs. Marie Waddell. 5519 Kenwood
av., before grand jury to tell of al
leged bankruptcy fraud. Seek indict
ment of Edward Erickson, arrested
Health committee gives free lunch
"O. K." Relief in river wards.
Paul Baker, watchman, city dump,
95th and Torrance av., slept while
robbers took stove and coal from
George Francke, 5254 Evanston
av., suing Mrs. Carl Lindberg, 1125
Argyle, for $1,000, fainted in court.
Lewis Rovin, 817 N Racine av.,
held up by two men in butcher shop.
"John Doe," angered by bartender,
broke $500 plate glass windows in
saloon of Abe Goldman, 625 W. Madi
Mrs. Helen Orlick, 3041 N. Spauld
ing av., overcome by gas from heat
Geo. Novak, 1847 S. Ashland av.,
told cop he was king of England.
Held for examination.
Mrs. N. A. Buller, 4853 W. End av.,
severely scalded by steam. Fixing
Rose Silverstein, 1025 Marshfield
av., hit by auto. Severely hurt. Car
Clara Buchalter, 1150 S. Morgan,
attacked and robbed by man. Lost
Single tax speeches for Cullman
prize among high school students to
be held in Schiller hall, 64 W. Ran
dolph, Nov. 27.
Henry Koehler, 5047 Erie, dropped
dead in stockyards. Heart trouble.
Christ Maleres, 20 S. Sangamon,
dead on stairway. Heart disease.
AURORA SLUGGER AGAIN
The night slugger of Aurora was
busy again last night. Last night
Susie Miller, 22, was the victim of
an attack on the outskirts.
The man became frightened and
escaped after the girl's screams
brought three men to her rescue.
This is the third incident of this kind
since the murder of Jennie Miller.
The women of Aurora are now afraid
to venture out alone at night.