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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 30, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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to embrace William Jennings Bryan.
Claimed to be longlost cousin. Bryan
escaped.
George Jacoby, Glasgow, Mo.,
searched for uncles 17 years. Asked
Chicago police to assist last night.
Spontaneous combustion started
fire which caused loss of $500 in pho
tograph department of Barnes
Crosby Man. Co., 220 W. Madison.
Establishment of international na
val police and international supreme
court of arbitration suggested at
Open Forum in HoteJ La Salle to
have world peace.
Mrs. Charlds Dewey did not need to
receive twilight sleep treatment.
Gave birth to daughter.
Harry Phelps and wife arrested.
To be taken back to Winnipeg.
Charged with forging checks worth
$4,900.
John Andrews, 3239 Wall, fright
ened negro who attempted to steal
pocketbook of Belle Carroll, 3130 S.
Halsted.
Mrs. J. Hoffman, 530 W. 61st pi.,
told police pocketbook had been
stolen by negro. $10.
$800 worth of clothing taken from
shop of Faber, McFarland & Co., 725
W. 63d. Robbers used wagon.
Evanston police searching for 2
boys who escaped from Evanston
home of Illinois Children Home and
Aid Society.
Carl Johnson, 2324 N. Central
Park av., died from injuries received
when he fell from chimney.
Anna Katz suicided in- room at
1536 S. Lawndale av., left note say
ing, "Blame nobody but Morris
Katz." Police searching for Morris.
Joseph Laden, 611 W. 14th, told
police 3 men had robbed him of $65.
Said wife was sick" and intended to
pay doctor with money.
Ignatz Yarnota, 1069 Maxwell, suf
fering from mysterious wound. Doc
tors say he was shot. Police say
stabbed. Yarnota says he- was
held up.
Ida Noyes hall being erected on
campus of "U" of Chicago for co
eds. Will cost $300,000 and will be
ready in year. To have bowling and
pool.
Mrs. Catharine Hunche, 73, 1806
S. St Louis av., taken ill walking
with daughter. Died at home. Heart
disease.
Samuel Foos, attorney, had Eu
gene Geary, 3024 Groveland av., ar
rested. Foos said Geary and com
panion assaulted him and took $7.50.
William Anixter, saloonkeeper, had
I. E. Harris, brother of A. J. Harris,
recently candidate for congress, ar
rested. Said he induced him to pay
election workers $150 and was given
check. No iunds in bank.
Mrs. Anna Aldinger, 801 N. La
Salle, died suddenly at home. Sup
posed heart disease.
Mrs. Margaret Knopfell, 6963 N.
Clark, told police negro she had hired
to clean flat stole cash and gems
amounting to $752.
Eugene Mayer, salesman, and
woman giving name of Mary Smith
arrested by Robert Borland, mgr.
Alexanderia hotel, who says they
tried to beat him out of $60 bill.
Mather McBeth, 8315 S. Halsted,
injured when steering gear of auto
driven by F. C. Franke, 7258 S. Hal
sted, broke and ran up on sidewalk.
Diseases of community to be ex
hibited at Health Show to be opened
tomorrow at City Club. t f
Milkmen, grocery boys, market and
ice men assist janitors in picketing
18 apartment building at 900 Airdrie
pi. Pickets also surround, building at
4143 Sheridan road, owned by same
man.
German band started to play
French airs outside Hugo Paschner's
barber shop, 131 W. North av., yes
terday. Pascher recognized fellow
barbers in band. Scrap. All locked
up.
Five carloads of Canadian Christ
mas trees arrived yesterday. More
coming.
Prof. Hotchkiss, commerce school,
Northwestern "U," says dollar mark
jhas been standard of business too.
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