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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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Jackson blvd., Friday. Picked news
boys from streets.
Open Forum Inc. to hold series of
monthly peace meetings. S. J. Clark
and Harry Rathbone talk Sunday in
East Room, La Salle Hotel.
National Ass'n of Civil Service Em
ployees to hold meeting in Hotel
.Sherman, tomorrow. "Annuity" and
George Williams, negro, shot while
attempting to enter Vencedor Hotel,
516 S. Wabash av., fro mflre escape.
Thanksgiving ball at Congress
hotel given by 31 clubs to provide
many families with Christmas bas
kets. Bids for time deposits of city funds
will be asked today by the city comp
troller. J. Ridolfo, 703 W. 26th, to grand
jury. Receiving stolen property.
Bought stolen stamps from boys.
Herman Schorle, 11731 S. Union
av., had head broken against pave
ment in fight Dead. William Fitz
gerald, 1180S Emerald av., held.
Louis Martin, 3408 Fisk, robbed of
$20 while on back platform of car at
Western and 68th.
Frank McClug, tramp, locked in
freight car, tried to burn way out
Fined $25 and costs.
Simon Hogan, negro who killed po
liceman while surrounded in house
at 3800 State, made plea of guilty.
Escaped death penalty.
Mabel Bowman, 4015 Grand blvd.,
arrested. Accused of taking $1,000
trunks from Mrs. Cora LeTarte, 1742
W. Jackson blvd.
John Bush, 9024 Ellis av., arrested
for stealing Thanksgiving goose, got
$25 fine. Neighbor, Harry Mullinski,
Pat McCormick, 63, 4800 S. Ash
land av., burned in explosion of gaso
Mrs. Nellie Cunningham, 1114 Wil
son av., lost $100 milk muff from
Ludwig Archincole, 1716 Wells,
offered to take Policewoman Walsh,
for ride in auto through park; $5 and
Porch climber broke into home of
T. A. Watson, 6555 S. Green; $134.
Edward Phillips, 1212 Waveland
av., arrested for larceny. Edwafd
Colson, 3225 Dickens av., complained.
, Ernest Kumm, 916 S. Fairfield av.,
shot by brother William. Cleaning
gun. Brother held.
Mike Weisbaum, detective, stuck
head in door to investigate fight at
1342 S. Morgan st. Hit by baseball
bat John Collins arrested.
Judge Mahoney condemned 50
cases of bad eggs on way to store of
C. H. Weaver, 67 W. S. Water st.
Joseph Fish, head of Jos. Fish &
Co., insurance adjusters, 9 S. La
Salle, on trial for burning to defraud.
Patrick Murphy, 67, pinched for
begging, broke wooden leg against
cell in central station.
Reward of $1,000 offered for recov
ery of pewelry stolen from firm of
Bloch & Meyer, 127 W. Madison.
, December salaries for city em
ployes to be paid few nights before
Lifesaving station cut off from city.
Steamer S. R. Kirby, dragging an
chor, broke telephone cable.
Joseph Baytler tried to get Mrs.
Frances Howac, 9030 Brandon av.,
to elope with him. Fined $200.
Mrs. H. N. Hotchkiss, 7643 Eggles
ton av., found woman in room with
two boarders. Fired shot at trio.
Called cops. Three pinched.
Body of Mrs. Hattie Hammer, 307
Center, thought to have been found
in lake near St Joseph. Try identi
Inquest on body of Mayor H. S.
Rich of Berwyn, burned fatally in
firm blaze on Burlington train, post
poned. Await recovery of 25 others.
A. J. Harris, 3247 Douglas blvd.,
former G. O. P. candidate for con
gress, pinched for conspiracy. Ac
cused of paying cash for "floating"