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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Anton Horn, 3048 Addison, tried
suicide Sunday. Dead. Ill health
Progressive National Committee to
meet in Chicago next Wednesday
without Col. Roosevelt.
Widening of 12tKst. near. Assess
ment filed in Superior Court. Prop
erty owners arid city to divide cost.
Policemen in autos latest way to
fight auto bandits. Three squads out
Bids for construction of Clarendon
av. bathing beach costing $150,000 to
be asked soon.
Helen Prominski, attache of Do
mestic Court, married to William
Duffy, 724 W. 19th pi.
Michael Hayes, 71, 3741 Cottage
Grove av., fined $200. Accosted Mrs.
Jessie Thomas, 3319 Forest av.
Mrs. Myrtle Donnelly sued for
board for cats by Mrs. Margaret New
man of Aurora. Settled case for $35.
New social center at St. Sylvester's
parish, Richmond st. and Palmer
Square, to be opened soon.
Helen Deneen and Barry Cantwell
of Oak Park got license in secret for
wedding. Newspapers foil elopers.
Mrs. Celia Corcoran, 753 E. 43d,
arrested for beating husband. Case
Battalion Chief Heany and fireman
hurt when they smashed auto trying
to prevent hitting boy in street. Hos
Louis Jensen, 1214 N. Washtenaw
av., got $100 fine for beating 2-year-old
baby with broom. To bridewell.
Jas. J. West, broker, 5006 Black
stone av., under indictment for mis
use of funds of National Bank of
Johnston, 111., to surrender today.
Dr. Rob't Tibbals of Detroit,
pinched on suspicion when he paid
girl's fare on way to Chicago, freed.
Tony Richley, 3724 Lake Park av.,
arrested for receiving stolen prop
erty and beating sister. Refused to
talk. Case continued.
Thomas Vaughn, engineer of
Holmes school, on trial before school
board for drinking on duty.
"Children should read Shaw before
old authors," declared Prof. C. B.
Ayers of State Normal School of Mis
souri. Ciro Locasia, 820 Cambridge av.,
to grand jury for killing mother-in-law,
Burglar in home of Flora Berger,
2716 Hirsch blvd., got only talcum
powder and perfume. Frightened
Julius Slade, 85 Milwaukee av.,
convicted on charge made by niece,
Sophie Hollini. Asked new trial.
Mrs. Madge Rothschild, 1032
George, and Mrs. P. W. Cooper, 2446
Wilson av., arrested for impersonat
ing policewomen. Got drinns from
saloon was charged.
Jerome Smrz. 23, former postmas
ter of Argo, who confessed embez
zling $4,650 from postoffice funds,
says he has paid back money.
Clara Kellogg, stenographer, risked
life to get valuable papers out of fire
in factory of P. M. Aiken, Camp Lo
gan. Loss $50,000.
"Chicago needs larger custom
house." Sec'y of Treasury McAdoo.
Sportsman's club holding weekly
show at clubrooms. About 250 West
ern Uniorf boys guests at doings Fri
day. New evidence in death of Nicholas
Burns, found dead on Sheridan rd.,
shows he was in auto with two men
and woman. Died in machine, de
Cops called to handle crowd of
10,000 in collector's office. Eager to
pay war tax.
Service Club light opera in Con
gress ballroom netted $4,000 last
night. Goes to charity.
Wm. McCoy, 68, "dean of Chicago
hotel men," dead at home, 5640
South Park av.
About 100 kids got Thanksgiving
dinner at Progressive club, 19 W.